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WI lose 2nd game in Blind World Cup

BANGALORE, India - West Indies lost to defending champions Pakistan in their second match of the T20 Cricket World Cup for the Blind, in Bangalore, India, on Tuesday.

Although the West Indies battled hard, they were beaten by 198 runs after Pakistan posted 367 in their 20 overs.

Chanderpaul returns to top spot

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Veteran West Indies' cricketer Shrivnarine Chanderpaul has replaced Australia captain Michael Clarke as the top Test batsman in the world.

The reliable Chanderpaul leads Clarke by a single ratings point to regain his position at the top of the table, according to the latest ICC rankings, released on Tuesday.

Gibson looks for improvement

DHAKA, Bangladesh – West Indies coach Ottis Gibson said he expected his side to step-up their performance in the crucial third One-day International against Bangladesh on Wednesday here.

Sammy - Bangladesh outplayed us

KHULNA, BANGLADESH - West Indies skipper Darren Sammy admitted on Sunday that his team has been outclassed by the relatively inexperienced Bangladesh line-up in both ODIs of the five-match series played thus far.

Greenidge named Women's Manager

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board today announced that former Barbadian national player, Pat Greenidge has been named West Indies Women’s Team Manager.

Greenidge who is currently a senior manager at Sagicor Life Inc., holds an MBA from the Edinburgh Business School and is a qualified Company Secretary.

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