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West Indies domestic boards told to be more accountable

Stanford gets tough on funding

Failure by some territorial boards to account for funding from the Stanford 20/20 development programme led to a decision to suspend the monthly US$15,000 disbursement for four months

Haydn Gill

'He has the demeanour, the approach'

Richardson backs Sarwan to return as captain

Richie Richardson has backed Ramnaresh Sarwan to return as captain for the forthcoming home series against Sri Lanka and Australia, instead of stand-in captain Chris Gayle

Haydn Gill

Batsman reveals reasons for leaving Windies domestic cricket

'I wanted a different challenge' - Joseph

Sylvester Joseph, the former West Indies batsman, is fed up with the system in regional cricket, prompting him to take a break from West Indian domestic competitions

Cricinfo staff

South Africa v West Indies, 3rd Test, Durban

Rain hampers Kingsmead preparations

Heavy rain in Durban over the last week has left preparations for this Thursday's deciding Test between South Africa and West Indies behind schedule

'We are going to try and win handsomely'

'Squad is best we could come up with' - Collymore

Corey Collymore, Barbados' new captain, says his team will be hunting for a big victory against the Windward Islands in their opening match starting at Arnos Vale in St Vincent on Friday

Team management asks for additional keeper to share workload

Browne called up as back-up to Ramdin

There have been no reports of injury to Ramdin, who is playing in the ongoing first Test in Port Elizabeth, but it is understood team manager Clive Lloyd requested an additional keeper because of the workload

South Africa v West Indies, 1st Test, Port Elizabeth

West Indies under pressure

Crisis follows crisis with unrelenting frequency in West Indies cricket and the latest, already formed, has become more pressing three days before the first Test against South Africa on Boxing Day

Makhaya Ntini XI v West Indians, Buffalo Park

Rain leaves West Indians frustrated losers

A ferocious Shaun Pollock half-century and brilliant fielding near the end propelled the Makhaya Ntini XI to a five-wicket win over West Indians in their rain-aborted limited-overs tour opener

West Indies in South Africa 2007-08

Odds stacked against West Indies

By almost every conceivable indicator, West Indies' third major tour of South Africa is destined to follow the same ill-fated course of the previous two