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Skipper Ramdin calls for better helmets

Trinidad Guardian article.

Port of Spain, Trinidad - West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin is calling on the makers of cricket helmets to improve on their product, in light of the death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, who was felled by a bouncer from Sean Abbott.

Gabriel ready for biggest challenge yet

Trinidad Express article.

Port of Spain, Trinidad - Trinidad and Tobago fast bowler Shannon Gabriel is optimistic about the West Indies’ chances against the South Africans and is expecting the Caribbean side to put up a good fight against the number one Test team in the world.

WICB statement on Hughes passing

WICB Media Release.

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The West Indies Cricket Board said today it was extremely sad to hear of the passing of young Australian batsman Philip Hughes, following an injury he suffered during a first-class match on Tuesday at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Australia.

Bowlers don't want to injure batsmen

Gulf News article.

Abu Dhabi: It was the 2007 World Cup in the Caribbean when most of the West Indian greats had joined hands to form a Legends Club and decided any interview would be routed only through the club and — at a cost.

Simmons hopes Hughes recovers as he did

BBC Sport article.

London, United Kingdom - Former West Indies batsman Phil Simmons says he hopes Australia's Phil Hughes is as lucky as he was with his recovery from a serious head injury.

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