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West Indies, Bolt propel Caribbean

CMC – West Indies rescaled the pinnacle of world cricket for the first time in eight years, while sprint superstar Usain Bolt laid claim to legend status by once again attaining the dizzying heights of global stardom, to headline a remarkable year in Caribbean sport in 2012. 

Samuels' effort puts Renegades on top

MELBOURNE, Australia - Marlon Samuels cleaned up the tail enders as his side Melbourne Renegades crushed Adelaide Strikers to return to the top of the ladder in the Australian Big Bash League on Wednesday.

Samuels unfazed by Lehmann incident

MELBOURNE, Australia – West Indies all-rounder Marlon Samuels remains unperturbed by the criticism of his bowling action, Melbourne Renegades coach Simon Helmot has said.

Samuels’s action was last week questioned by Brisbane Heat coach Darren Lehmann, who attracted a suspended AUS$3 000 fine from Cricket Australia for his comments.

Thunder coach backs struggling Gayle

SYDNEY, Australia – Sydney Thunder head coach Shane Duff has thrown his support behind embattled West Indies star Chris Gayle, following the opener’s latest failure.

Gayle managed just nine runs on Sunday as the Thunder crashed to a four-wicket loss to Sydney Sixers, their sixth straight loss in the Australian Big Bash.

Hunte hails notable year for WI Cricket

St. John’s, Antigua – President of the West Indies Cricket Board Dr. Julian Hunte has described 2012 as “a watershed year in West Indies cricket”.

Noting that there were a number of historic events in the year, Hunte said that West Indies cricket is better positioned for the rest of the decade on many fronts.

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