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The future of West Indies cricket

Time for real change

Apr 20, 2007: Fazeer Mohammed writes on why the system needs to be overhauled

Fazeer Mohammed

Bangladesh v West Indies, Super Eights, Barbados

Sarwan acts as the pacemaker

Apr 19, 2007: West Indies notched up their first win of the Super Eights by beating Bangladesh by 99 runs at Grenada

George Binoy and HR Gopalakrishna

Bangladesh v West Indies, Super Eights, Barbados

Hit-and-miss Tigers leave with strong reputation

Apr 19, 2007: Bangladesh's schizophrenic tournament came to a whimpering end on a pacy Kensington Oval pitch, but it would be unjust to remember this merry lot for their last match

Sambit Bal in Barbados

The legend bids adieu to international cricket

Lara looks to the future

Apr 19, 2007: According to Lara, a press conference wasn't the right forum to debate whatever had gone wrong behind the scenes, though he did say that the new captain would need "whole-hearted support from the board and the selectors.

Dileep Premachandran in Barbados

Final match against England on Saturday

Lara to quit international cricket

Apr 19, 2007: West Indies captain Brian Lara has announced his retirement from international cricket.

Dileep Premachandran in Barbados

Bangladesh v West Indies, Super Eights, Barbados

The run-out that never was

Apr 19, 2007: Brian Lara's 33 spanned just 27 balls, and the undoubted highlight was a quite stunning six over point off Mashrafe Mortaza

Dileep Premachandran in Barbados

Bangladesh v West Indies, Super Eights, Barbados

Windies seal first Super Eights win

Apr 19, 2007: This was just the way it was for Bangladesh on an ultimately disappointing day that saw them win the toss, stifle an unmotivated West Indies to 67 for 3 after 25 overs, and then let a gettable target of 231 end in another batting disaster.

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

The legacy of the Kensington Oval

Where legends are born

Apr 19, 2007: After seven consecutive defeats at the Kensington Oval, Fazeer Mohammed wonders if the current West Indies side can restore the pride in this venue

Fazeer Mohammed
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West Indies v Bangladesh at Bridgetown - Apr 19, 2007
West Indies won by 99 runs
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Ireland won by 74 runs
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England won by 4 wickets (with 31 balls remaining)
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Bangladesh won by 67 runs
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