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'We were ahead of our time'

Jan 26, 2017: Gordon Greenidge and Desmond Haynes, cricket's most iconic opening partnership, on the good times and the bad

Ed Kemp

'I thought of myself as someone who was going to take the fight to the bowler'

Oct 26, 2016: Gordon Greenidge talks about batting, opening the batting, playing in the West Indies, and limping between the wickets

Interview by Crispin Andrews

Outscoring the other ten

Dec 12, 2015: Kraigg Brathwaite scored 94 in West Indies' 148 in Hobart. A look at the top five instances where a batsman scored the highest percentage of a team's runs in a Test innings

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Greenidge's brutal assault

Apr 18, 2015: When Gordon Greenidge smashed a last-day double-hundred to win a Lord's Test

Martin Williamson

West Indies news

Give Lloyd free rein - Greenidge

Aug 29, 2014: Former West Indies batsman Gordon Greenidge has urged the West Indies cricket set-up to refrain from judging Clive Lloyd, the new convener of the selection panel, on short-term results

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'When I take the fight to you, I make you change your game plan'

Aug 6, 2014: Former West Indies opening batsman Gordon Greenidge on batting at the top, playing India's spin quartet, and that Lord's chase in 1984

Interview by Subash Jayaraman

T&T v Guyana, 1st semi-final, CPL 2013, Port-of-Spain

Bravo confident of tackling Malinga threat

Aug 21, 2013: Dwayne Bravo, the Trinidad & Tobago captain, believes his team will be able to counteract the threats of Lasith Malinga and Tillakaratne Dilshan in Thursday's CPL semi-final against Guyana

The Preview by Renaldo Matadeen

Caribbean Premier League 2013

'T20 breeds critical thinkers' - Greenidge

Aug 7, 2013: Gordon Greenidge, the West Indies batting legend, has thrown his support behind the Twenty20 version of the game

Renaldo Matadeen

Gordon Greenidge

'I had the perfect start to my Test career'

Sep 15, 2012: Gordon Greenidge remembers the man who had a huge influence on his life, and also his very attacking batting partner

Interview by Jack Wilson

The best first-wicket combinations

The opening salvo

Aug 29, 2011: How do Hobbs and Sutcliffe compare to Greenidge and Haynes? A look at the most durable combinations who opened the batting in Test cricket

S Rajesh

West Indies news

Greenidge to work with Ramdin, Simmons

Sep 8, 2010: The T&T Cricket Board has arranged for Denesh Ramdin and Lendl Simmons to work on their batting under Gordon Greenidge

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Big-time brutality

Dec 10, 2009: Virender Sehwag made one of the fastest double-hundreds of all time last week. We look at some of Test cricket's other most savage and decisive innings

Sriram Veera

Stanford 20/20 for 20

Stanford legends given the chop

Dec 17, 2008: Reports that the Stanford's legends group has been disbanded have been confirmed by a spokesman for the organisation

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Batting through the pain barrier

Nov 20, 2008: Eleven batsmen who overcame injury to make their mark on a game

Andrew McGlashan and Andrew Miller

Target acquired

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

Andrew McGlashan

Selector wants force and fight against Australia

Greenidge outlines Test demands

May 19, 2008: Gordon Greenidge has told his team to be more forceful and consistent during the series against Australia

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Search for a new coach

Miller ruled out of Bangladesh role

Oct 25, 2007: Colin Miller has been ruled out of the running to be the new Bangladesh coach. It leaves the board short of options after John Dyson was snapped up by West Indies

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Hunt for a new coach

Bangladesh jolted by Dyson blow

Oct 22, 2007: The Bangladesh Cricket Board's bid to appoint a new foreign coach for the national team received a blow when John Dyson, the former Australian batsman who was one of the contenders, decided to take up the West Indies job

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Post to be filled by October 30

Bangladesh close to naming new coach

Oct 18, 2007: Bangladesh could have a new coach in place in time for their tour of New Zealand in December, after the Bangladesh Cricket Board named Gordon Greenidge, John Dyson and Colin Miller on a new three-man shortlist.

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Selectors firm on non-interference by board on picking of squad

WICB sides with selectors on Gayle's captaincy

Jun 14, 2007: According to reports the West Indies Cricket Board has asked its chief executive, Bruce Aanensen, to offer Chris Gayle the captaincy of the one-day side for the series against England followed by the quadrangular series in Ireland

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