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Tridents v Amazon Warriors, CPL 2014, Bridgetown

Beaton's final over leaves Tridents stunned

Jul 26, 2014: Ronsford Beaton's spectacular final over gave the Guyana Amazon Warriors a seven-run win over the Barbados Tridents at Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados.

ESPNcricinfo staff

England and West Indies focus on youth

Feb 10, 2014: Both have lost their previous series and key players ahead of their limited-overs clash in the Caribbean. It's time to blood emerging talent

Tony Cozier

Guyana v Windward Islands, Nagico Super50, Port-of-Spain

Permaul, Beaton steal match for Guyana

Feb 5, 2014: Guyana knocked Windward Islands out of the Nagico Super50 tournament with a 22-run win and clinched a semifinal berth in the process.

ESPNcricinfo staff

West Indies news

Focus will be on four-day cricket - West

Sep 3, 2013: West Indies High Performance Centre (HPC) head coach Graeme West said the centre will concentrate on the four-day format of the game for the second semester, with the regional tournaments approaching at the turn of 2014

Renaldo Matadeen

Caribbean Premier League news

Ronsford Beaton ruled out of CPL

Jul 16, 2013: Guyana fast bowler Ronsford Beaton has been ruled out of the Caribbean Premier League after picking up a stress fracture

ESPNcricinfo staff

NZ v WI, ICC U-19 World Cup, quarter-final, Townsville

New Zealand win last-ball thriller

Aug 20, 2012: New Zealand blasted through to the semi-finals and knocked West Indies out of the tournament in a dramatic finale to their quarter-final in Townsville

ESPNcricinfo staff

ICC Under-19 World Cup 2012

'We encourage aggressive cricket' - West Indies coach

Aug 16, 2012: Fiesty fast bowlers, attacking batsmen, agile fielders - all in a happy group - make the West Indies team one of the stronger contenders in the tournament

George Binoy in Townsville

India v West Indies, ICC U-19 World Cup, Townsville

West Indies' extra speed makes the difference

Aug 12, 2012: As the World Cup progresses, India are likely to face more teams with bowlers capable of speeds in excess of 140 kph. It's imperative their batsmen adjust quickly

George Binoy in Townsville
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