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Morton fined 35% for Level 1 breach

St John’s, Antigua– Trinidad & Tobago batsman Runako Morton has been fined 35% of his match fee following the Trinidad & Tobago v Windward Islands WICB Regional 4 Day match at the Arnos Vale Playing Field.

Morton was charged with a Level 1 (Rule 1.1) breach relating to abuse of cricket equipment or clothing, ground, equipment or fixtures and fittings.

Morton pleaded guilty to the charge and accepted the proposed sanction of 35% of his match fee and a hearing was avoided.

Windies bowl first against Bangladesh

Dhaka, Bangladesh – Bangladesh won the toss and decided to bat first against West Indies in their ICC Cricket World Cup Group B match at Sher-e-Bangla Stadium on Friday.

Both teams were unchanged from the sides which played in the last round. Both teams enter the match in two points from two matches and are seeking their second wins in the tournament. The West Indies lost to South Africa and beat the Netherlands while Bangladesh lost to India and beat Ireland.

New Zealand beat Zimbabwe by 10 wickets

Ahmedabad, India – New Zealand crushed Zimbabwe by 10 wickets on Friday to take a step closer to the quarter-finals of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011.

Zimbabwe was dismissed for just 162 all out in a disappointing batting display, with just Brendan Taylor (44) and Prosper Utseya (36) showing any application at the Sardar Patel Stadium.

Superb Windies hammer toothless Tigers

Mirpur, Bangladesh – All proof that West Indies had descended below Bangladesh in the One-Day International Rankings was strongly rebuffed on Friday, when they emphatically demolished the World Cup co-hosts by nine wickets.

Rubbing salt in the wounds, West Indies used just three bowlers – Kemar Roach, Sulieman Benn, and their captain Darren Sammy – and they hardly broke a sweat, as Bangladesh were chortled for the fourth lowest total in World Cup history of 58 in 18.5 overs in the Group-B match at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium.

Sammy says "big up" to Gayle

Dhaka, Bangladesh, CMC – West Indies skipper Darren Sammy hailed Chris Gayle’s pep-talk before taking the field for putting West Indies in the right frame of mind ahead of their pivotal ICC Cricket World Cup Group B match against Bangladesh on Friday.

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