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Fri, 04/20/2012 - 04:32

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD Set 215 to win off 61 overs, the West Indies were confident of levelling the series on the final day of the second Test at Queen's Park Oval, P- ort of Spain and, if not for the rain, captain Darren Sammy believes they could have done exactly that.

"Yes, we were looking to chase down the runs. The guys were positive in...

Thu, 04/19/2012 - 17:42

St John’s, Antigua — President of the West Indies Cricket Board, Dr Julian Hunte, has showered the Jamaica cricket team with praise following their record-breaking performance to capture this year’s Regional 4 Day title.

The Jamaicans won the region’s most prestigious cricket title when they had a superb come-from-behind triumph in the final...

Thu, 04/19/2012 - 17:38

Port-of-Spa in, Trinidad — The West Indies Cricket Board’s Selection Panel has called up left-hander Assad Fudadin to squad for the third Digicel Test against Australia at Windsor Park in Dominica.

He comes in for leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo. Middle-order batsman Kirk Edwards, who was in the squad for the Second Digicel Test, has not...

Thu, 04/19/2012 - 13:29

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad — Persistent rain spoiled a West Indies run chase at 53-2 in pursuit of a target of 215 in 61 overs against Australia as the second Digicel Test ended in a draw on Thursday. Showers arrived 30 minutes before tea and there was no more play possible on the fifth and final day at Queen’s Park Oval.

Captain Darren Sammy’s unbeaten 30 off 26 balls ignited West Indies’ bold charge after...

Thu, 04/19/2012 - 10:23

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach captured two wickets just after lunch on the fifth and final of the third Digicel Test as the West Indies kept Australia’s batsmen on the backfoot.

The 23-year-old forced Mike Hussey to drag in a length delivery and two balls later knocked out the off stump of Ben Hilfenhaus. He took 5-41 in the second innings to end with 10-146 in the match -...

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