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Veteran writer and commentator on Caribbean cricket
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Sobers supreme

Mar 30, 2014: Sixty years ago today, a 17-year-old Bajan cricketer made his debut for West Indies, and went on to touch with his genius all those who saw him play for the next two decades

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West Indies' rocky road ahead

Mar 23, 2014: The board president has a grand vision for the Test team but a short-first class season, poor pitches, and the lure of T20 could thwart those ambitions

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The consistently inconsistent world champions

Mar 16, 2014: Exasperating yet thrilling, West Indies enter the World Twenty20 as the title holders but not as the favourites

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West Indies stuck between commitment and cash

Mar 10, 2014: While their top players have signed national contracts, they are also likely to be wooed by T20 leagues around the world

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West Indies regaining strength? Hardly

Feb 24, 2014: The board thinks the team can be No. 1 in one of the formats in about half a decade. Going by the recent showing against Ireland, they have another think coming

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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

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A bright new future for West Indies? Think again

Feb 3, 2014: The West Indies board is pleased with the potential revenue from the ICC revamp, but given its team's serial underperformance, will it really?

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West Indies will toe the financial bottom line

Jan 26, 2014: The WICB knows that good, and acquiescent, relations with India are its only option

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Who will lead West Indies' regeneration?

Jan 20, 2014: After heavy losses in India and New Zealand there's a need for some serious introspection

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West Indies in Bangladesh 2011-12

Simmons and Samuels help West Indies rebuild

Oct 16, 2011: Two players who have been in and out of the side have shown patience and maturity to help WI cope with the loss of several seniors

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West Indies news

Another bout begins

Aug 15, 2011: WIPA and WICB, who have engaged in endless public bickering over the past few years, start negotiations in Trinidad

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West Indies in Australia 2009-10

From despair to euphoria

Dec 13, 2009: From the beginning in Adelaide, the energy was all positive, everyone in the West Indies camp was up for the fight

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West Indies in Australia 2009-10

Umpire review system not working

Dec 6, 2009: There have been too many contradictions between what the UDRS was implemented for and what it often achieves;more will inevitably follow

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West Indies in Australia 2009-10

Undeserved abuse for West Indies

Dec 2, 2009: The abuse and scorn heaped in the Australian press following the Brisbane Test was uncalled for; much of it was simply beyond the pale

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West Indies in Australia 2009-10

Woes pile up for West Indies

Nov 21, 2009: Every time it appears impossible for things to get any worse for West Indies cricket, they do

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West Indies in Australia 2009-10

Gayle, Garner a significant pairing

Nov 15, 2009: Garner might yet find it difficult getting his message through but circumstances have changed

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West Indies in Australia 2009-10

Mission impossible

Nov 1, 2009: Given the divisions caused by the WICB-WIPA row and the negligible preparation, West Indies face a virtual mission impossible

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Champions League Twenty20 2009

Ganga's champion team

Oct 18, 2009: Daren Ganga and his terrific T&T have delivered in the Champions League Twenty20. Now it is up to the WICB and the WIPA to follow the lead

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West Indian cricket

Absence of thought

Oct 4, 2009: The WICB's one-day tournament has lacked an identity and, as a consequence, has rarely been regarded as significant

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West Indian contracts crisis

Change is overdue

Sep 21, 2009: The hammering the West Indians received in their warm-up game is an indication that the present situation cannot continue

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