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Clarke's Caribbean trip in doubt

ADELAIDE, Australia, CMC – Injury has put Australia captain Michael Clarke’s tour of the West Indies in doubt.

The right-hander damaged his left hamstring en route to 117 in the second match of the Tri-Series final against Sri Lanka on Tuesday and has been ruled out for the limited overs phase of the Caribbean trip.

WICB hails Sir Viv on his 60th birthday

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board joined the rest of the Caribbean and the World in saluting West Indies legend and former captain, Sir Vivian Richards on the occasion of his 60th birthday.

WICB President Dr. Julian Hunte said Sir Viv epitomised the hopes and dreams of the Caribbean people during his illustrious career for West Indies.

“Sir Viv was a champion of the West Indian people, the West Indian way of life, and the West Indian struggle to be recognised as truly World class,” said Dr. Hunte.

Entire GCB executive resigns

GEORGETOWN, GUYANA - Following the resignation of their president Ramsay Ali last week, the remaining executives of the now defunct and embattled Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) which was elected at the Annual General Meeting of July 10, last year, have tendered their resignation.

Daren Powell grieves for Morton

Junction, St Elizabeth — Former West Indies fast bowler turned politician Daren Powell yesterday expressed shock and grief at the news of the passing of former teammate, batsman Runako Morton, who died in a car crash in central Trinidad late Sunday.

Premier Parry - Morton true Caribbean man

CHARLESTOWN, Nevis, CMC – Nevis Premier Joseph Parry has described Runako Morton has a true Caribbean man and says the country’s cricketing fraternity has lost one of its valued members.

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