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Gayle gives Charles vote of confidence

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Chris Gayle believes once rookie stroke-maker Johnson Charles can learn quickly and improve his shot selection, he can become a dangerous batsman in world cricket.

The 23-year-old Charles has played just five One-Day Internationals and six Twenty20 Internationals but has already shown glimpses of great attacking potential. Gayle, who played with Charles for the first time in last weekend’s T20 double-header in Florida, said he was impressed with the right-hander’s approach.

PREVIEW: Windies chase second win

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Captain Darren Sammy says West Indies will attempt to keep the pressure on New Zealand in Saturday’s second Digicel One-Day International but has urged his side not to become complacent.

West Indies rolled over the Kiwis by nine wickets in the opening ODI at Sabina Park on Thursday to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series, and will now take a giant start towards winning the series with a second straight win at Sabina Park.

Sammy wants Windies to bring "A Game"

Kingston, Jamaica — West Indies captain Darren Sammy was full of praise for his team after Thursday’s massive nine-wicket victory over New Zealand in the opening Digicel One-Day International.

Under 17s begin race to the finish

SCARBOROUGH, TOBAGO – The West Indies Cricket Board’s Regional Under 17 Championships moves into the fourth round of matches on Friday, and by the end of the day, could give an idea as to where the trophy is headed.

Gayle, Smith follow Russell as WI win

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Chris Gayle and Dwayne Smith followed up an incisive spell of fast bowling from Andre Rusell with breath-taking batting to canter West Indies to a nine-wicket victory under the Duckworth-Lewis Method in the first One-day International against New Zealand on Thursday.

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