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WI still afflicted by poor-decisions

LEICESTER, England – Head coach Ottis Gibson says embattled West Indies have played well in patches on the England tour but were still being hampered by “poor decision making” at critical moments.

Windies name ODI squad for England

St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board today announced the following 15 players to the West Indies One Day International squad for the ongoing tour of the United Kingdom:

West Indies One Day International Squad – UK Tour 2012
Darren Sammy – Captain
Dwayne Bravo – Vice Captain
Tino Best
Darren Bravo 
Johnson Charles
Fidel Edwards
Chris Gayle
Sunil Narine
Kieron Pollard
Denesh Ramdin – Wicketkeeper
Ravi Rampaul
Andre Russell
Marlon Samuels
Lendl Simmons
Dwayne Smith

Bravo working hard for strong finish

Leicester, England – West Indies batsman Darren Bravo said he was working hard to eliminate some of the mis-steps that have dogged him and finish the three-Test series against England strongly.

This followed a typically flambuoyant 66 from Bravo against Leicestershire on the first day of the Windies’ two-day, tour match on Saturday at Grace Road.

Croft - Cricket dependent on technology

Being involved with technology, aviation, for 40 years, I like and appreciate the operation of Decision Review System (DRS), and its technological outputs—“Hot-spot”, “Sniko” etc—as being used in present-day cricket, but only if it is used for what the International Cricket Council (ICC) had originally suggested that it would be used for.

Too early to call says Gibson

LEICESTER, England – Ottis Gibson said on Sunday it was too early to make decisions about the composition of the West Indies side for the third and final Test against England, starting on Thursday at Edgbaston in Birmingham.

The Windies coach was speaking after rain severely scuppered his team’s plans for vital match practice and a chance to assess a few reserve players.

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