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Mon, 10/24/2011 - 05:51

Dubai, United Arab Emirates - Some of the best cricketers in the world have thrown their weight behind the Reliance International Cricket Council’s T20I team and player rankings which were officially launched on Monday.

Reigning ICC World Twenty20 champion England was unveiled as the number-one ranked side while Eoin Morgan of England, Sri Lanka’s Ajantha Mendis and Australia’s Shane Watson were announced...

Mon, 10/24/2011 - 05:33

Dubai, United Arab Emirates - Reigning International Cricket Council World Twenty20 champion England was unveiled as the Number 1 ranked side in the shortest format of the game as the Reliance ICC Twenty20 International (T20I) team rankings were launched at the ICC headquarters in Dubai on Monday.

England, who are also the top ranked Test side, has a rating of 127 points and lead second-placed Sri Lanka...

Sun, 10/23/2011 - 16:19

 

BLAIRMONT, Guyana, CMC – Purposeful medium-fast bowling from Christopher Barnwell followed up a half-century from Leon Johnson to help Guyana reach the semi-finals of the Regional Super50 tournament, formally knocking co-defending champions Barbados out, following a 48-run victory on Sunday.

Barnwell collected four wickets for 43 runs from eight...

Sun, 10/23/2011 - 16:11

By Adriel Richard

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, CMC – An incisive spell from Jason Holder in the closing overs upstaged a gutsy half-century from Liam Sebastien to lead the Sagicor West Indies High Performance Centre to a tense, seven-run victory over Windward Islands in the Regional Super50 tournament on Sunday.

Holder scalped four wickets – all bowled – for 47...

Sun, 10/23/2011 - 01:13

Chittagong, Bangladesh – Play was called off due to rain for a second successive day without a ball being bowled in the first Test match between Bangladesh and the West Indies at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdury  Stadium on Sunday.

There was rain late Saturday night and into early Sunday morning which affected the outfield, already water-logged after Saturday's showers.
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