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Windies U19 face Sri Lanka in opener

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) - West Indies Under-19s will open their one-day quadrangular series against Sri Lanka when the tournament bowls off in India at month end. The series, which runs from September 27 to October 9, will also involve the hosts and Australia. All teams will play each other twice, with the two top teams meeting in the final on October 9 and the two bottom teams playing for the third spot.

Windies U-19 schedule to India

West Indies Under 19 Tour to India 2011

Quadrangular Tournament

India Under 19, West Indies Under 19, Sri Lanka Under 19 and Australia Under 19

Schedule

September 27

West Indies v Sri Lanka - Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam

India v Australia - Port Trust Diamond Jubilee Stadium, Visakhapatnam

September 29

Estwick calls for wider use of video analysis

Bridgetown, Barbados– West Indies Under 19 Head Coach and Sagicor High Performance Center Bowling Coach Roddy Estwick is appealing to Territorial Boards to incorporate greater use of video analysis to aid in the improvement of player performance in regional tournaments.

“Video analysis is perhaps the most important coaching tool in modern cricket and we need to ensure we utilize it widely, especially the at the regional team level,” Estwick pleaded.

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WICB Regional U19 schedule announced

Georgetown, GuyanaDefending 3 Day champions Windward Islands will take on Barbados in the opening round of the WICB Regional Under 19 Tournament in Guyana starting on Monday July 18th.

The other two first round matches are Trinidad & Tobago v Jamaica and hosts Guyana going up against Leeward Islands.

The tournament, in its 44th year was won by the Windward Islands for the second time in 2010 after their initial triumph in 2000 when the tournament was also hosted in Guyana.

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Permaul yearns to join lifelong friend Bishoo in Windies colours

Bridgetown, Barbados – Veerasammy Permaul is a big fan of Devendra Bishoo. Permaul has watched his lifelong friend’s elevation to the West Indies team and is thrilled to see the leg-spinner’s excellent performances on the international stage. Now, the soft-spoken Permaul is working overtime to join the amiable Bishoo in the Windies line-up. Permaul, the small left-arm spinner, is a member of the Sagicor High Performance Centre and he recently started his second three-month stint at the base at the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies.
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