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West Indies greats named in ICC Hall of Fame

ST. JOHN'S, Antigua -- The International Cricket Council (ICC) named 13 icons of West Indies cricket in its Cricket Hall of Fame, which it launched Friday as part of the ICC’s centenary year celebrations.

The ICC announced a list of 55 players for induction and the West Indians as they appear on the ICC’s list are: Lance Gibbs, Gordon Greenidge, George Headley, Michael Holding, Rohan Kanhai, Clive Lloyd, Malcolm Marshall, Sir Vivian Richards, Andy Roberts, Sir Garfield Sobers, Sir Clyde Walcott, Sir Everton Weekes, Sir Frank Worrell.

WICB confirms the appointment of Tour Operators and Ticket Sales Agents

ST. JOHN'S, Antigua -- The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), in keeping with its Draft Strategic Plan 2008-2012, is moving to ensure that at least 75% of the capacity of the Caribbean’s major cricket venues is occupied by cricket fans for the up-coming Tour by England in the Digicel Series 2009.

ICC confirms process for selection for World Twenty20

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Thursday confirmed details of the process for the selection of venues for the ICC World Twenty20 2010 in the West Indies. As per the host agreement, the West Indies Cricket Board has undertaken to recommend its preferred venues to the ICC. The ICC Board will consider the recommendation at its quarterly meeting that will take place in Perth, Australia on January 31 and February 1.

 The ICC Board will then make its decision based on those recommendations.

Dyson: We will be ready

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand -- West Indies Head Coach John Dyson said on Monday his players will be “fully ready” when they come face-to-face with New Zealand in the upcoming two-match Test Series. Speaking after the West Indies arrived in Auckland from Christchurch, Dyson noted that the preparations were going really well for what is expected to be a crucial series.

ICC Chief Executive offers condolences to people of Mumbai

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- ICC Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat today offered condolences to the people of Mumbai and those caught up in the terror attacks on the city, on behalf of world cricket’s governing body.

And Mr Lorgat pledged to provide whatever assistance might be required by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).

“On behalf of the ICC I would like to offer the condolences and sympathy of the entire cricket world to Mumbai and to India in the wake of the terrible events of the last few days,” he said.


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