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The confounding West Indies
Wouldn't it be wonderful though for us to get carried away, however briefly, on the wings of victory today?
A win is a win
The success against Pakistan is not necessarily an indication of brighter times ahead for West Indies cricket, but it needs to be savoured
A Barbados classic
When Walsh brought home the match, with a little help from Lara
West Indians need something to celebrate
The West Indian supporters are desperate for something to cheer from its cricketers, but are WIPA and the WICB listening?
Nothing short of a disgrace
What solution do we have for the chronic blindness on both sides to the reality of the increasing irrelevance of West Indies cricket?
People of extremes
It is the quintessential Caribbean way in the face of any challenge, whether great or small, to either shrug your shoulders, cuss or wave your arms all over the place in frustration, and then move on
Windies need a new leader
So long as a premium is placed on Test cricket, West Indies are in need of a captain who endorses its primacy
Hard and fast
Take no prisoners, show no mercy. So what if you've got to wear pink on occasion?
Planning, the Windies way
Chris Gayle's stated lack of interest in the traditional form of the game has obviously been adopted as the team mantra
No respect for West Indies
Fazeer Mohammed says that England are still not showing West Indies enough respect
West Indies must make use of long warm-up
West Indies cricketers better be down to business from ball one this morning in Leicester if they are to make the most of the busiest lead-in to a Test series away from home for nine years
Forget the excuses
Blaming the weather for Trinidad and Tobago's unsuccessful campaign this season is not only factually inaccurate, but shies away from addressing some of the more fundamental issues affecting the team
Passing grade for Windies
Whatever happens, the West Indies have earned a comfortable pass mark for their efforts on the field so far at home in 2009
To strike or not to strike?
How are West Indians and fans of West Indies cricket supposed to feel right now? Elated that their team is enjoying considerable success against England, or worried that all of this renewed optimism will inevitably come to nothing
Take nothing for granted
Take nothing for granted. That was the mantra being chanted by increasingly anxious West Indians during the lunch interval at the Queen's Park Oval on Tuesday
Sarwan's finest hour
Don't let anger at the official from Down Under distract from appreciating the batting of the man from Wakenaam Island
To say Kensington Oval has not been a happy hunting ground for West Indies recently is putting it mildly
ARG: A home away from home
The Antigua Recreation Ground is what an established Test cricket venue really is: a home away from home
Queen's Park stands up for Simmo
An old-timer steps into the ring again, and is greeted with due respect
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