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Pakistan Women to tour Caribbean next month

St John’s, Antigua – World rated players Stafanie Taylor, Deandra Dottin and Anisa Mohammed will be back in action for the Windies Women as the Pakistan Women’s team will next month embark on an eight match tour of the Caribbean. The tour will start on August 28 in St Vincent and conclude on September 11 in Guyana. In another first for regional women’s cricket, Guyana will host the inaugural international day/night women’s match in the Caribbean.
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India coach hails Windies good showing under Gibson

Bridgetown, Barbados, CMC – India coach Duncan Fletcher has praised the development of the West Indies team under new coach Ottis Gibson.

His praise came in the wake of India’s 1-0 win over the hosts in the three-match series which concluded with a drawn game at Windsor Park in Dominica on Sunday.

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Fidel reaches career-high in rankings

Roseau, Dominica – West Indies fast bowler Fidel Edwards has achieved his career-best ranking in the International Cricket Council’s Player Rankings for Test bowlers following the drawn third and final Digicel Test against India at Windsor Park.

The 29-year-old, who finished with match figures of 36.4-8-122-6, has gained two places to 16th position in the latest rankings, a position he holds jointly with South Africa spinner Paul Harris.

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Campbell hits 154 as Under-19s win again

Miami, Florida – A shot-filled century from opener John Campbell powered West Indies Under-19 to another massive win over the United States of America Under-19 in their second 50-over match of the four-match series on Sunday.

The 17-year-old left-hander from Jamaica hit 154 as the Windies reached 339 for four off their 50 overs at the Broward County Cricket Stadium in Luaderhill. They won by 268 runs as the Americans were then shot out for 71 off 28.1 overs.

Seamer Kyle Mayers was again the leading bowler with three for 13.

Windies earn draw on gripping final day

Roseau, Dominica, CMC – Shivnarine Chanderpaul’s typically defiant 23rd Test hundred, and two crucial wickets for Ravi Rampaul helped West Indies escape with a draw in the third and final Digicel aTest against India on Sunday.

Chanderpaul was undefeated on 116 that earned him the Man-of-the-Match award, and led the resistance before West Indies were dismissed for 322 in their second innings about 45 minutes before tea on the final day at Windsor Park.

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