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President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Julian Hunte plans to visit Kingston shortly to apologise to Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller for “inappropriate” remarks made last week by the WICB secretariat, a reliable cricket source has said.
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Kirani James was an easy winner the men’s 400m dash at the 23rd XL-Galan in Stockholm, Sweden on Thursday.
Experienced fast bowler Fidel Edwards says he is hoping to make a major contribution to West Indies’ success against Australia when the visitors come to the Caribbean next month for the Digicel Series.
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Sprinter Lerone Clarke stole the spotlight from his fellow Jamaican countrymen over 60 metres at the Aviva Grand Prix in Birmingham on Saturday.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) has given the High Court an undertaking that it will sue its former special adviser, Works Minister Jack Warner, to recover financial accounts pertaining to funds raised during the 2006 World Cup campaign.
Thirteen members of the 2006 Trinidad and Tobago World Cup squad are suing the TTFF for a share of World Cup revenue.
Four time defending champions Jamaica completed a comprehensive innings and 201 run win over the Leeward Islands inside three days at Sabina Park to record win number three in the West Indies Cricket board (WICB) regional four day tournament.
Telecom giant LIME has inked a partnership deal with world one hundred meter champion yohan Blake.
Australia beat West Indies by 30 runs in the fifth and final one-day international at the Beausejour Stadium in St Lucia on Sunday to level the series at 2-2.
Bermuda’s Dion Stovell and Lionel Cann have both received official reprimands for breaching the ICC Code of Conduct during their side’s 24-run loss against Nepal at the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier in Abu Dhabi yesterday [Mar.18].
In a match reduced to 40 overs a side because of rain, Australia struggled to 154 for nine under cloudy conditions with West Indies reaching their Duckworth-Lewis target of 158 with 10 balls remaining.
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