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Banks quits to make music

THE VALLEY, Anguilla, Jan 24, CMC – All-rounder Omari Banks, Anguilla’s first and only Test player, has announced his retirement from the professional game. The 29-year-old Banks is the son of the well-known Anguillan reggae singer and musician, Bankie Banx.

Throughout his cricket career, Banks also became known for his love for music with his guitar – in case – a constant companion and he often lugged the instrument around with him.

Trinis are champs again

Mike Hussey - Score to settle in the WI

PERTH, Australia – Veteran Australia batsman Mike Hussey said all talk about his retirement is quite premature and he had a score to settle in the Caribbean.

Windies girls to face India at home

Bridgetown, Barbados – The West Indies Cricket Board’s Selection Panel today named a strong team to face India in an eight-match series next month. The Windies will host the Indians in three One-Day Internationals and five T20 Internationals between February 18 and March 4.

Before the start of the series the Windies will have a one-week camp at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground in Antigua. The full match schedule will be released in the coming days.

Sammy pulls out of BPL

Bridgetown, Barbados, CMC -- Darren Sammy said commitments to Windward Islands and West Indies have forced him to opt out of the Bangladesh Twenty20 Premier League next month. The allrounder had his options picked up for US $55,000 in the BPL auction on Thursday by the Sylhet Royals.

He said, however, that he informed the franchise yesterday that he would have to turn down their offer due to clashing schedules with regional and West Indies matches.

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