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Permaul named to tour Bangladesh

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board announced on Saturday a 15-member squad for the tour of Bangladesh next month.

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Trinis score big in final match

Johannesburg, South Africa, CMC – Rain ruined an inconsequential game between Trinidad and Tobago and Sri Lankan champions Uva Next in the qualifying stage of the champion’s league in South Africa on Thursday.

Both teams were already eliminated but a Johannesburg storm forced play to be abandoned after the Red Force posted a strong 181-3.

T&T had an encouraging start from William Perkins and Lendl Simmons compensating for a below-par performance on Wednesday.

Marlon wants to be best in the world

KINGSTON, Jamaica - Marlon Samuels has vowed to become the Number 1 batsman in Test cricket following his starring role that helped propelled West Indies to the heights of cricket glory once more.

Samuels has promised to work hard at further improving his game after playing a leading role in helping West Indies secure the ICC World T20 trophy following their win over Sri Lanka on Sunday.

Radford: Respect to smiling Sammy

Colombo, Sri Lanka - Assistant coach Toby Radford has paid tribute to Darren Sammy for leading a renaissance in West Indies cricket by guiding them to the World Twenty20 crown. Sammy, often maligned after taking the captaincy in 2010 as many questioned his place in the XI, helped the Windies overcome hosts Sri Lanka on Sunday.

Gibson: Unity is our great strength

Colombo, Sri Lanka - Fresh from his team World Twenty20 triumph, West Indies coach Ottis Gibson says more success could be in store if all the talent in the Caribbean islands “stick” together.

“Clive Lloyd led to wins in two World Cups and to the final of the third... great feats. Then for the suffering that has gone on since then and for the last 20 years, to be able to come and lift the trophy, to stay the course, and to ride out the tough times, it is amazing.

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