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Young Tiger eager to roar in Tobago

SCARBOROUGH, TOBAGO – If it’s not hard enough being the son of one of the greatest Test batsmen in world cricket right now, Tagenarine Chanderpaul now has the added pressure to deliver under the tag of one of the most talented young West Indian batsmen.

WICB Under 17 Round III Round Up

Scarborough , Tobago — Please see below scores from today’s play in Round 3 of matches in the West Indies Cricket Board’s Under-17 Tournament.

Trinidad & Tobago v Jamaica

Venue: Shaw Park, Tobago

Everyone happy with games in USA

Fort Lauderdale, Florida – Last weekend’s two Digicel Twenty20 Internationals between West Indies and New Zealand at the Central Broward Regional Park in the United States have been described as successful by a number of people involved.

West Indies Cricket Board President Dr. Julian Hunte said the success of the two matches was an exciting prospect for the game not only in the West Indies, but around the World.

Best hails Gibson for his help

Kingston, Jamaica — West Indies fast bowler Tino Best has praised Head Coach Ottis Gibson for his overall game improvement, and believes he is capable of cementing a place in the squad to take on New Zealand in the Digicel One-Day International series, which bowls off at Sabina Park on Thursday.

Best, who made his international debut back in 2003, had been out of the Windies line-up for several years. He is now back with the team and not only has his bowling skills improved, but also his batting.

Bravo backs Narine to shine

Kingston, Jamaica — West Indies Vice Captain Dwayne Bravo says the form off-spinner Sunil Narine will be a key factor against New Zealand as the two teams prepare for the Digicel One-Day International series.

“He's our trump card. He's a good bowler and we expect him to do very well. He had a good showing in Florida last weekend during the Twenty20 series and he is confident of doing the same in the ODI series,” Bravo said of Narine."

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