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Remembering West Indies' last major series win

Jul 21, 2016: Against India in 2002, Hooper, Dillon, Chanderpaul and Co. gave their fans something to cheer about

Colin Benjamin

Obstructing winners, and in-law captains

Sep 29, 2015: Also: slowest to 100 Test wickets, run out in both innings, and the oldest surviving Test captain

Steven Lynch

Caribbean Premier League 2015

Hooper named Guyana Amazon Warriors coach

Jan 19, 2015: Carl Hooper, the former West Indies captain, has been appointed coach of Guyana Amazon Warriors for the 2015 edition of the Caribbean Premier League

ESPNcricinfo staff

Bangladesh news

Hooper denies interest in Bangladesh coaching job

Jan 17, 2013: Carl Hooper has denied any interest in coaching Bangladesh

Mohammad Isam

Bangladesh news

Hooper in the mix for Bangladesh coaching role

Jan 14, 2013: The Bangladesh Cricket Board has accelerated its hunt for the next head coach even before the January 25 deadline for receiving applications, with the former West Indies captain Carl Hooper in the mix

Mohammad Isam and George Dobell

West Indies news

Hooper to be batting coach at high performance centre

May 12, 2011: Carl Hooper, the former West Indies batsman, has been appointed batting coach at the Sagicor High Performance Center in Barbados

ESPNcricinfo staff

Carl Hooper

'I'd do it all over again if I could'

Dec 9, 2009: From a cricketer in Guyana to a businessman in Australia: Carl Hooper may not play too much cricket but he stays in shape, and he plays the markets

Interview by Mark Pennell

Target acquired

Aug 7, 2008: Eleven impressive efforts that have helped a team home

Andrew McGlashan

Carl Hooper

Talking to Viv, talking to Warne

Jul 31, 2008: A call-up, an eye-opener, a rip-snorter

Where spin is a sin

May 19, 2008: West Indies' rich legacy of pace bowling is mostly history, so why are they still not giving spinners a fair go?

Vaneisa Baksh

The List

Part-time pests

Feb 21, 2006: The List focuses on part-time bowlers in both forms of the game

Travis Basevi and George Binoy

Lancashire v Gloucestershire, Old Trafford, 2nd day

Hooper and Loye secure a draw

Sep 19, 2004: Gary Keedy, Lancashire's left-arm spinner, picked up 7 for 132 on the final day at Old Trafford, but Gloucestershire, helped by a century from Chris Taylor, still made 289 to set Lancashire an improbable 290 to win

Wisden Cricinfo staff

County news

Lancashire sign Mongia on short-term deal

Jun 18, 2004: Lancashire have snapped up Dinesh Mongia, the India batsman, on a short-term deal while Carl Hooper recovers from injury

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Match of the Day - Lancashire v Worcestershire, 2nd day

Anderson and Hooper put Lancashire in command

May 13, 2004: It's amazing what a winter's rest can do for a jaded fast bowler

Andrew Miller at Old Trafford

County News

Four players awarded Lancashire caps

Sep 14, 2003: Carl Hooper, Mal Loye, Iain Sutcliffe and John Wood were all awarded their county caps by Sir Dennis Landau, Lancashire's president, during a ceremony at Old Trafford

Wisden CricInfo staff

Red Stripe Bowl 2003-04

Guyana hopeful that globetrotting Hooper available for Red Stripe Bowl

Sep 12, 2003: Guyana's selectors are likely to include Carl Hooper in their squad for next month's Red Stripe Bowl, even though his contract with Lancashire will prevent him taking part in the El Dorado Five Star limited-overs tournament which forms the basis for

Wisden CricInfo staff

National Cricket League round-up

Gloucestershire snatch win while Northants are promoted

Sep 7, 2003: Gloucestershire 232 for 7 beat Essex 227 by five runs at Bristol Scorecard With the game in their sights, Essex suffered a dramatic collapse of eight wickets for 40 runs to blow it against Gloucestershire

Wisden CricInfo staff

Hawks defeat to Lightnings leaves them with work to do.

Sep 7, 2003: Hampshire Hawks suffered their second successive defeat in the National League Division Two, losing to runaway leaders Lancashire Lightning by 45 runs at the Rose Bowl

Vic Isaacs

Frizzell County Championship round-up

Surrey surrender while Notts are relegated

Sep 5, 2003: Kent 535 v Surrey 125 and 169 for 7 at Canterbury (Day 2) Scorecard Surrey's title hopes took a massive dive as they spiralled to almost-certain defeat against Kent

Wisden CricInfo staff

Renaissance men

Sep 2, 2003: Darren Gough, Graham Thorpe, Vinod Kambli, Ajay Jadeja: four international comebacks at various stages of progress - from fact to probable to unlikely to 'forget it, mate'

Rob Smyth
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