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26 April 1999
Sherwin, man of the moment
The Barbados Nation
SHERWIN CAMPBELL is the owner of a brand new Rover.
Yesterday, the diminutive West Indies opener won the prize for being voted Man-Of-The-Series in the seven-match Cable & Wireless series against Australia.
When the verdict was announced home fans, who had earlier held up play calling for Campbell to be reinstated after a run-out melee, screamed their approval.
Campbell also gained the Man-Of-The-Match prize yesterday for his 62 off 102 balls which helped the West Indies to win the match by eight wickets and level the series 2-2.
Source :: The Barbados Nation (http://www.nationnews.com/)
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