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WICB announces TT v Sagicor HPC as fans get 2x the action

Port of Spain, Trinidad – Cricket fans in Trinidad will get double the action for the price of one match. The Caribbean Twenty20 champions Trinidad & Tobago will face the next generation of West Indies cricketers in a double header on Saturday June 4 to kick off the West Indies v India Series 2011. The first match at 10am at the Queen’s Park Oval will see West Indies clash with India in a one off Digicel Pearls Twenty20 in India’s first match since winning the Cricket World Cup 2011.
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Women's T20 coming soon

Women's cricket will soon receive a shot in the arm from the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) who are planning to a Caribbean T20 Women’s Tournament in the near future.

Dr Ernest Hilaire, Chief Executive Officer of the WICB, revealed his organisation is seriously considering the venture as the regional team competes internationally in that format.

Red hot Rampaul rocks Pakistan

Basseterre, St Kitts – Fast bowler Ravi Rampaul turned in another brilliant bowling performance as the West Indies took control over Pakistan on the rain-shortened first day of the Second Digicel Test on Friday.

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WI v IND tkts on sale now

Port of Spain, Trinidad – The much sought after tickets for the West Indies v India Series 2011 are now on sale in Trinidad, Antigua and Jamaica.

Tickets sales commenced today, Monday May 16th, as fans have been eagerly awaiting the opportunity to secure their chance to see the Windies and World Cup champions India in action.

The home side and the visitors will contest a Digicel Pearl's Twenty20, five Digicel Pearl's ODIs in addition to three Digicel Tests in five countries across the Caribbean.

Rampaul wants to deliver KO to Pakistan

Georgetown, Guyana - Ravi Rampaul believes he could be the man to bowl the West Indies to victory in the First Digicel Test at the Guyana National Stadium. After three days of gripping action, the match is poised for a close finish. Pakistan enter Sunday's play on 80-3 in pursuit of 219. The Windies will be in search of seven wickets to take a 1-0 lead in the two-match rubber. Rampaul was sensational with the new ball in an opening over during Saturday's post-tea session as he grabbed two wickets. This followed up his Test-best 3-27 on Friday in the first innings of this ongoing match.
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