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Short form rarely translates to the big stage

Let’s call it Gaylic, shall we, the language of the modern, supranational, jet-setting Twenty20 cricketer. It is almost universal now, cricket’s version of Esperanto if you like, and it doesn’t matter whether it is IPL, BPL, Big Bash or the original, the Friends Life t20, the language is the same — cash is the game — and the building blocks of this new language are taken from its founder, the biggest, baddest Twenty20 cricketer in town: Chris Gayle.

Ramdin urges more intensity for 2nd Test

Nottingham, England – Denesh Ramdin said the confidence in the West Indies team remained high and they will be aiming to keep the series alive, when the second Test against England opens on Friday at Trent Bridge.

Chanderpaul extends lead at the top

DUBAI - World number one Shivnarine Chanderpaul has stretched his lead at the top of the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) batting rankings, following his two half-centuries in the opening Lord's Test against England last weekend.

Best looks forward to England chance

Bridgetown, Barbados – Tino Best had a spring in his step as he prepared to join the West Indies team on their tour of England. 

The 30-year-old fast bowler left on Tuesday to join the squad as an injury replacement for Shannon Gabriel, who has returned home to Trinidad & Tobago, after suffering a back injury during his Test debut at Lord’s earlier this week.

Windies no walkovers, says Strauss

LONDON, ENGLAND - England captain Andrew Strauss yesterday rubbished talk of West Indies being easy walkovers after his side was forced to fight before securing a five-wicket win in the first Test.

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