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Tue, 03/20/2012 - 01:00

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent -- Captain Darren Sammy hailed his team’s performance to win the second Digicel One-Day International on Sunday and is looking for the same level of commitment when they face the Australians in the third encounter on Tuesday.

The skipper, who took his 50th ODI wicket for West Indies in the hard-fought victory has called...

Mon, 03/19/2012 - 15:58

Kingstown, St Vincent -- Batsman Peter Forrest has been dropped as Australia turns to a two-man spin attack for the third Digicel One-Day International against the West Indies.

Forrest, who made a duck in the five-wicket defeat to the Windies in the second ODI, has been axed in favour of spinner Nathan Lyon as the tourists seek their best options to reclaim the series lead on the slow Arnos Vale Cricket...

Mon, 03/19/2012 - 15:50

Kingstown, St Vincent — Kemar Roach is pleased with his very good bowling performances against Australia so far as he kicked off the Digicel One-Day International Series. Roach, the out-and-out speedster used in the Windies attack for the first two Digicel ODIs, caused problems for the Aussies with the new ball in both matches and has so far captured four wickets at an average of 14 runs per wicket.

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Mon, 03/19/2012 - 15:45

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent, CMC – Exciting off-spinner Sunil Narine says West Indies big win over Australia in Sunday’s second Digicel One-Day International will serve as a huge boost to the regional side as they prepare for the third game of the five-match series on Tuesday.

West Indies snapped a five-year winning drought against the Aussies when they pulled off a sensational five-...

Mon, 03/19/2012 - 15:41

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – A classy century from Assad Fudadin combined with late afternoon rain to secure Guyana a draw on the final day of their sixth round Regional 4-Day clash with Trinidad and Tobago on Monday.

Starting the day on 31 for two still 28 runs behind in the second innings, the Guyanese safely negotiated the Trinidadian bowling to reach 208 for five at the tea break. Heavy rain then...

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