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Reasonable Discretion in Security for ICC WT20

CASTRIES, St. Lucia -- Fans can rest assured that security for next year’s ICC World Twenty20 West Indies 2010 tournament will reflect an appreciation for the Caribbean way of celebrating cricket.

Speaking after the second meeting of the ICC WT20 West Indies 2010 Security Directorate recently in St. Kitts, Regional Security Manager, Mr. Trevor Paul, noted “safety and security planning is well underway” and that enforcement will be mixed with a sense of allowing spectators some latitude to express their passion for the sport.

ICC Rankings

BRISBANE, Australia -- Former Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardena has achieved the Number 1 ranking in the Reliance Mobile International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Player Rankings for Test batsmen for the first time in his career after an epic double-century in the drawn first Test against India at Ahmedabad earlier this week.

Tickets for ICC World Twenty20 2010 go on sale worldwide

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- Having already been available to supporters based in the Caribbean nations for the past two weeks, tickets for next year’s ICC World Twenty20 in the West Indies are now on sale around the world.

New ICC codes maintain cricket?s unique spirit

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- Three new codes designed to maintain and promote cricket’s unique spirit of fair play and multiculturalism have recently come into effect at international level.

A revised ICC Code of Conduct, a brand-new ICC Anti-Racism Code and a robust, stand-alone ICC Anti-Corruption Code have all now been implemented following a comprehensive consultation and review process with all stakeholders.

“The Spirit of Cricket is a concept that we often talk about and reflect upon,” said ICC Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat.

West Indies ready for the going Down Under

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts -- The West Indies team departed from Barbados on Tuesday night for the upcoming three-Test match series in Australia. Speaking shortly before flying out, Captain Chris Gayle acknowledged this will be a “tough” assignment but said he believes has a group of strong men who can do very well Down Under.

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