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India A v West Indies A, 1st unofficial Test, Mysore, 2nd day

West Indies stay ahead by removing India's top order

Sep 26, 2013: West Indies A stayed ahead by scoring 429 and removing India A's top order for a little more than 100 runs on the second day of the first unofficial test in Mysore

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West Indies A v Sri Lanka A, 1st unofficial Test, St Kitts

Centuries galore as match ends in draw

Jun 9, 2013: Six centuries dominated the first unofficial Test between Sri Lanka A and West Indies A as it ended in a draw

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England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Edgbaston, 3rd day

Samuels' hunger for the fight

Jun 9, 2012: West Indies' in-form batsman did not have James Anderson to spar with this time, but still found himself in the middle of spicy battle at Edgbaston

Nagraj Gollapudi at Edgbaston

West Indies in England 2012

West Indies still waiting on Deonarine

May 9, 2012: Darren Sammy, the West Indies captain, has said he has 14 fit men available for selection for the four-day tour match against the England Lions

Nagraj Gollapudi at Northampton

West Indies in England 2012

Samuels arrives to bolster West Indies

May 8, 2012: West Indies' squad in England will shortly be at full strength after issues preventing the arrival of three absent players were resolved

George Dobell

West Indies in England 2012

West Indies depleted by visa problems

May 5, 2012: It has emerged that the touring West Indies squad, due to face England in a three-Test series starting in less than two weeks' time, currently comprises only 11 fit men

George Dobell at Hove

West Indies v Australia, 3rd Test, Roseau

Fudadin looks to build Test career

Apr 22, 2012: Assad Fudadin, the batsman who is part of the West Indies squad for the third Test against Australia, has said he is looking forward to experiencing Test cricket

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West Indies v Australia, 2nd Test, Port-of-Spain, 5th day

Edwards' sore back puts Rampaul in frame

Apr 19, 2012: Ravi Rampaul may be in line for a recall to the West Indies team for the third Test in Dominica

Daniel Brettig at Queen's Park Oval

Regional Four Day Competition 2011-12

Shillingford takes ten in Windwards win

Mar 19, 2012: A round-up of the action from the matches in the Regional Four Day Competition 2011-12

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Regional Four Day Competition 2011-12

Fudadin ton sets up Guyana's win

Feb 19, 2012: A round-up of the action from the matches in the Regional Four Day Competition 2011-12

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Regional Four Day Competition, 4th round, 1st day

Samuels powers Jamaica to 332 for 3

Feb 26, 2011: A round-up of the first day of the fourth round of the Regional Four Day Competition

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Ireland v West Indies A, List A match, Stormont

Russell fires with bat and ball to take West Indies A to victory

Jun 23, 2010: A sterling allround performance by Andre Russell helped West Indies A recover from a treacherous start batting first to deliver a comfortable win against Ireland in Belfast

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Regional Four Day Competition 2009-10, 7th round, 1st day

All-round Baker boosts Leeward Islands

Feb 27, 2010: A round-up of the first day of matches from the seventh round of the Regional Four Day Competition

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Regional Four Day Competition 2009-10, 3rd round, 3rd day

Spinners seal convincing Windwards win

Jan 25, 2010: A round-up of the third day's action of the third round of the WICB Four-Day Competition 2009-10

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Regional Four Day Competition 2008-09, 9th round, 3rd day

Deonarine torments CCC, Shillingford hurts Barbados

Mar 9, 2009: A round-up of the third day of the ninth-round matches of the regional four-day competition

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Carib Beer Cup 2004-05

Jamaica roll past Guyana

Jan 30, 2005: Jamaica clinched their fourth straight win of the Carib Beer Cup, thrashing Guyana by an innings and 67 runs at the Sabina Park in Kingston

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Under-19 World Cup 2004

Australia remain favourites to retain their crown

Feb 14, 2004: Australia are firm favourites to defend their crown, but won't have things easy with Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe in Group A, arguably the toughest one in the World Cup

Rabeed Imam at Dhaka
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