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Guyana Cricket Board praises ‘consistent and durable’ Chanderpaul

Georgetown, Guyana – As various sections of West Indies cricket came together on Wednesday to praise the contribution and commitment of long-time West Indies servant, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, the Guyana Cricket Board President, Chetram Singh, joined in on the applauds for the Guyanese left-hander.

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Lunch Day 2: Windies lose Shiv and Samuels after rain delays start

Roseau, Dominica, CMC – Two wickets – one of them, the prized scalp of Shivnarine Chanderpaul – before lunch set West Indies back in the third Digicel Test against India on Thursday.

At the interval, West Indies, sent in to bat, reached 128 for five in their first innings on the rain-affected second day at Windsor Park, with Darren Bravo not out on 41 and Carlton Baugh not out on 19.

The weather, which restricted the two sides to just 31.1 overs on the opening day, delayed play until 20 minutes after the regularly scheduled start.

Second round scores in WICB Under-15s

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad – Summarised scores on the second and final day of the Second Round of matches in  the West Indies Cricket Board’s Under-15 Tournament on Wednesday:

At Honeymoon Park: Windward Islands 107-8 off 30 overs (Roland Kato 33, Valange St Anges 26, Gidron Pope 20, Chad Williams 6-39) and 29-1 off 6.3 overs). Barbados 91 all out off 28 overs (Joshua Drakes 40, Lee Gaskin 11, Tariq Shorey 11, Craigg Phillip 5-22)
Result: Match Drawn
Umpires: Carl Tuckett and Denesh Ramdhanie

Lunch Day 1: Windies try to rebuild after three down

Roseau, Dominica, CMC – West Indies’ top-order batting was again undermined by Ishant Sharma before lunch in the Third Digicel Test against India on Wednesday.

At the interval, West Indies, sent in to bat, reached 64 for three in their first innings on the opening day at Windsor Park, with Darren Bravo not out on 17 and Shivnarine Chanderpaul, making a record 133rd Test appearance, not out on 11.

Shiv plays 133rd match as Windies bat first

Roseau, Dominica, CMC – India won the toss and chose to field on the opening day of the third and final Digicel Test match against West Indies on Wednesday at Windsor Park.

The match marked a special milestone for West Indies veteran Shiv Chanderpaul, who made his 133rd Test appearance, the most by a West Indian player.

West Indies made two changes, giving Test debuts to Kieran Powell and Kirk Edwards, after dropped Lendl Simmons and Ramnaresh Sarwan. India have brought Munaf Patel in to replace fellow fast-medium bowler Abhimanyu Mithun.

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