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WICB pays tribute to Joey Carew – “a true stalwart of WI cricket”

St John’s Antigua – President of the West Indies Cricket Board Dr. Julian Hunte sent sincere condolences to the wife, Marion, and sons – Michael and David – of former West Indies batsman and Chairman of Selectors Michael ‘Joey’ Carew who passed last evening.

Carew who played 19 Tests for the West Indies was the WICB’s longest serving selector having served three stints starting in the 1970s.

Windies girls start tour with a win

Mumbai, India – The West Indies Women started their tour of India on a winning note as they defeated the BCCI President’s XI by five wickets in their opening match on Saturday.

The Windies limited the home side to 183-9 off 50 overs and then moved to 186-5 to win with eight overs to spare at the Bandra Kurla Complex.

WICB EXTENDS AGREEMENT WITH ESPN

St John’s Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board today announced an historic three year agreement withbroadcast partner ESPN.

Under the new deal, ESPN in the Caribbean and ESPN3.com in the US, will broadcast Caribbean T20 and other WICB regional tournaments live to audiences across the globe. Highlights packages of West Indies international home series will also air on ESPN in the Caribbean.

Hughes stars in CT20 warm-up win

St John’s Antigua – Superb batting by Chesney Hughes and Montcin Hodge led the Leeward Islands to a comfortable victory over the Windward Islands in their Caribbean T20 warm-up match on Thursday night.

The pair added 122 for the second wicket as the Leewards made 172-4 off their 20 overs, batting first at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground. The Windwards were bowled out for 135 off 18.1 overs to lose by 37 runs.

Leewards and Windwards all set

St John’s, Antigua – The players from the Windward Islands and the Leeward Islands will get some much-needed preparation ahead of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20.

The two sides will clash in a warm-up match at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds on Thursday afternoon. Ahead of the match, the two captains Darren Sammy of the Windwards and Wilden Cornwall of the Leewards spoke about their changes in the tournament.

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