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Congrats to Billy Doctrove as he stands in his 100th ODI

Today is a special day for popular umpire Billy Doctrove. Moments ago the outstanding Dominican walked onto the field at the historic Lord's ground to stand in his 100th One-Day International, making him just the second West Indian to reach this landmark. The 55-year-old is standing in the fourth One-Dayer between England and Pakistan at the home of cricket.

Guyana to bat first after losing toss

Guyana will bat first against the Highveld Lions in their Airtel Champions League match at the Wanderers in Johannesburg. The Lions won the toss and asked the visitors to take first knock on a dry pitch. The Guyanese made two changes from the team which lost the last match against Mumbai Indians on Thursday. Fast bowler Paul Wintz and left-hander Narsingh Deonarine have been replaced by rookie Steven Jacobs and veteran Lennox Cush, both off-spinning allrounders.

Guyana looking for change of fortune as they face Highveld Lions

Johannesburg, South Africa: Guyana will have a massive match on Sunday when they face Highveld Lions of South Africa in their third Group B match at the Wanderers Ground in Johannesburg. So far the Amazon Conquerors have lost both their games in this Airtel Champions League T20 tournament and will need a win to stay alive.

Umpire Doctrove to stand in his 100th ODI at Lord's on Monday

St John's, Antigua: Billy Doctrove, the outstanding international umpire, will celebrate a special milestone on Monday when he officiates in his 100th One-Day International. Doctrove, the 55-year-old who hails from the island of Dominica, is slated to stand in the fourth One-Dayer between England and Pakistan at the historic Lord’s Ground – the home of cricket.

Windies among teams gearing up for ICC Women?s Cricket Challenge

The final squads to participate in the International Cricket Council’s Women’s Cricket Challenge, from October 6 to 16, 2010, have been announced.  The tournament, which will be held in Potchefstroom, South Africa, will bring together teams ranked between fifth and tenth place in the world to compete in a series of One-Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 matches.

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