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Windies win toss and bat

Gros Islet, St Lucia – Darren Sammy won the toss and opted to bat first in the first ever International Digicel Twenty20 match between West Indies and Pakistan.

Leg spinner Devendra Bishoo, batsman Danza Hyatt, spinner Ashley Nurse and all rounders Andre Russell and Christopher Barnwell are all on debut in a new look Windies team.

Windies left Kemar Roach and Krishmar Santokie on the bench.

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'Wi all in' for Digicel Series says Sammy

Gros Islet, St Lucia– Not only are the West Indies and Pakistan cricketers vigorously preparing for the action in the Digicel Series but the Scotiabank Kiddy Cricketers are also getting into high gear for their debut.

At the lunch interval of the First Digicel One Day International at the Beausejour Cricket Grounds the Scotiabank Kiddy Cricketers will provide an International Interval Display.

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WICB executes another umpires workshop

Gros Islet, St Lucia – A two day Umpires Training Workshop was completed today in St Lucia for the WICB Senior Umpires Panel.

The workshop which was organized by the WICB was conducted by ICC Regional Umpires Performance Manager Barry Dudleston who has replaced the recently retired John Holder.

Attendees:

Lennox Abraham

Gregory Brathwaite

Vincent Bullen

Nigel Duguid

Clyde Duncan

Goaland Greaves

Vivian Johnson

Luther Kelly

Norman Malcolm

Clancy Mack

Hafeez leads Pakistan in early domination of VC XI

Castries, St Lucia - Pakistan have opened their campaign in the West Indies with a strong batting performance after winning the toss in their warm up match against the Vice Chancellor's XI at Mindoo Phillip Park in St Lucia.

Stand in captain Mohammed Hafeez stroked a compact half century to lead the visitors to 145 for 1 by the end of the 31st over. The right hander reached 79 from 80 balls and has so far struck eight fours and a six.

West Indians will like Akmal's batting - Alam

Gros Islet, St LuciaPakistan Team Manager Intikhab Alam believes that Umar Akmal, the dashing right handed middle order batsman can become a darling of the West Indian public.

“The people of the Caribbean will like the way he plays because he’s so entertaining and exciting and hits the ball exceptionally well,” said Alam of the 20 year old who has already featured in 21 International Twenty20s and 37 One Day Internationals.

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