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CCC spinners eye more wickets

Cave Hill, Barbados – Combined Campuses & Colleges are set to unleash their spin threat against the Windward Islands in this weekend’s semi-final of the WICB First-class Tournament.

The duo of Ryan Austin and Kavesh Kantasigh had a combined total of 70 wickets in seven matches during the league campaign and are the two of the main forces behind their side topping the table with 55 points.

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CCC, Windwards set for semi showdown

Cave Hill, Barbados – Combined Campuses & Colleges will be looking to create more history, when they face Windward Islands in the semi-finals of the WICB Regional first-class championship, starting on Friday at the 3Ws Oval.

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India beat Pakistan to reach final

Mohali, India – India's cricketers kept alive the dreams of billion fans after beating Pakistan by 29 runs in their ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 semi-final on Wednesday to set up a grand final against Sri Lanka.

The home side made 260-9 and then returned to bowl out their neighbours for 231 in 49.5 overs to spark jubilant celebrations among the more than 28,000 fans at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium.

Mathurin's 32 wickets come from hard work

Bridgetown, Barbados – With an impressive haul of 32 wickets in the WICB First-Class Championship, Windward Islands left-arm spinner Gary Mathurin believes the last two years of hard work is finally bearing fruit.

“I’ve always worked hard and the hard work is now paying off. I go on the side and do extra drills after our sessions, sometimes a full hour with the coach (Ian Allen),” Mathurin said.

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Sachin's 85 takes India to 260-9

Mohali, India – Sachin Tendulkar had luck on his side as he made 85 which powered India to 260-9 off their 50 overs against Pakistan in Wednesday’s ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 semi-final at a jam-packed Punjad Cricket Association Stadium.

Tendulkar was dropped by Misbah-ul-Haq, Younus Khan and Umar Akmal, while keeper Kamran Akmal also missed a half-chance. He was eventually caught at extra-cover by skipper Shahid Afridi off off-spinner Saeed Ajmal after facing 115 balls and striking 11 boundaries.

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