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Revived Rampaul raises the bar

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad -- The leader of the West Indies attack is a man of Indian origin. He doesn’t have a pronounced jump in his delivery stride, and prefers to run through the crease - more Waqar Younis than Curtly Ambrose.

His default setting isn't the fierce bumper sent down with the intention of knocking the batsman over. His disposition is mild-mannered, and he doesn’t readily convey menace to the opponent.

Kirk Edwards bats for captain Sammy

Bridgetown, Barbados -- Newly-appointed Barbados captain Kirk Edwards has described his West Indies skipper Darren Sammy as a "fighting cricketer who gives his all".

Edwards, one of the West Indies batting successes on the recent Test tours to Bangladesh and India where the side had mixed fortunes, said Sammy needed as much support as possible.

WICB, BCA tribute to Nigel Harrison

Bridgetown, Barbados – The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) have paid tribute to Nigel Harrison, the outstanding first-class umpire who died recently in Barbados. He was 77.

Harrison was a very good club cricket for the famous Spartan Cricket Club, where he played alongside former West Indies players Wes Hall, David Holford, Cammie Smith, Tony Howard and Peter Lashley.

CCC turn to youth for CT20

Bridgetown, Barbados -- Three promising, young players are set to make their Caribbean Twenty20 debuts for the Combined Campuses & Colleges when the tournament is contested next month.

Jamaicans Jason Dawes and Akeem Dewar, two former West Indies Under-19 players, as well as Barbadian all-rounder Kyle Mayers, a current West Indies Under-19 player, have been named in the 14-member squad that will take part in the tournament to be staged in Antigua and Barbados from January 9.

Bajans win Marshall Memorial trophy

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – A century from Nicholas Kirton set Barbados Under-13s up for an innings and 24 runs victory over Trinidad & Tobago Under-13s in the Malcolm Marshall Memorial Classic.

Kirton wrote his name in the record books with a circumspect 108 that helped Barbados reach 259 to gain a 140-run, first innings lead in the three-day match contested at the famous Empire Club nestled in the heart of the Barbados capital.

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