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All parties to be blamed for India pull-out: Windies task force
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All parties to be blamed for India pull-out: Windies task force

The high level task force investigating the ill-fated recent tour of India has said the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), the West Indies' Players Union (WIPA) and the national team players were all at fault for the controversy.In its report submitted to the ... Prokerala, 5 days ago
Windies need to blow up a storm Mail & Guardian Online, 1 week ago

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Windies regional players mark Hughes' demise

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) on Friday announced that the start of the third round of matches in the Professional Cricket League would be used as a moment to honour the fallen player and "show solidarity with our friends in Australia", reported CMC.
 Jagran Post3 weeks ago Ramdin appeals for better helmets as Windies head for SA  Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation2 weeks ago Cosby quits university board after assault allegations  Jamaica Observer2 weeks ago Windies skipper Ramdin appeals for better helmets  Chennai Online2 weeks ago

Windies board confirm BCCI talks

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has announced that talks with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) are progressing well following the truncated series between the two countries. Due to a contract dispute between the WICB and its ...
 Yahoo! News South Africa1 month ago BCCI receives Windies apology for sudden cancellation of tour  Rediff.com1 month ago BCCI demands multi-million dollar settlement from WICB  Deccan Herald1 month ago "Embarrassed" Windies Board seeks meeting with BCCI  Sify1 month ago

BCCI demands damages for abandoned Windies tour

REUTERS - The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) stares at financial ruin after its powerful Indian counterpart demanded nearly $42 million in damages for the Caribbean team's abrupt withdrawal from a tour of India last month. A spokesman for the WICB confirmed ...
 Reuters1 month ago Powerful BCCI demands $42 million for abandoned Windies tour  Rediff.com1 month ago Windies board apologises after abandoned tour  Sify2 months ago India vs Windies: WICB thanks its players for showing professionalism  Zee News2 months ago
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Windies name World Cup 30

ST JOHNS, Antigua The West Indies Cricket Board Selection Panel yesterday named the 30-man provisional squad for the ICC Cricket World Cup to be played in Australia and New Zealand in February and March 2015. The squad includes several players ...
 Barbados Daily Nation1 week ago Rampaul out of Windies setup for World Cup  Yahoo! Malaysia1 week ago Rampaul left out of Windies WC squad  Yahoo! News South Africa1 week ago Darren Bravo, the lone drop-out  The Statesman1 month ago
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Bravo claims 'all sorted out' between Windies board, players

24 pm Johannesburg, Nov 05 ( ANI ): West Indies' ODI captain Dwayne Bravo has claimed that all is sorted out between the players and the board in light of their dramatic mid-series withdrawal from India last month and also said that a ...
 Ani News1 month ago Dwayne Bravo claims 'all sorted out' between Windies board, players  DNA1 month ago Bravo lauds Windies must-win attitude, says maintaining it biggest test  Rediff.com2 months ago
Times Live South Africa

Windies players told to sign or sign off

The bad news is players who refused to sign contracts with the West Indies Cricket Board will not be on the flight. Last month, the West Indies team walked out of their tour to India because of a pay dispute with their cricket board and the West ...
 Times Live South Africa1 month ago
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Clive Llyod apologises for Windies team calling off tour

Press Trust of India | New Delhi October 18, 2014 Last Updated at 21:30 IST Former captain and West Indies Cricket Board selection committee chairman Clive Lloyd today apologised for the Caribbean team's unprecedented move to pull out of remainder of India ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Clive Lloyd apologises for Windies' abrupt withdrawal from India tour  Business Standard2 months ago Ind vs WI: Clive Llyod apologises for Windies team calling off tour  IndiaTV News2 months ago Lloyd resents lack of preparatory games and crammed itineraries on tours  The Statesman4 days ago
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Windies board seeks political intervention

Port of Spain, 2 November: West Indies Cricket Board officials are turning to Caribbean political leaders for support and guidance in the aftermath of a USD42 million claim by Indian authorities following last month's abandonment of the tour to ...
 The Statesman1 month ago Trinidad cricket board condemns Windies players pull out  Prokerala1 month ago
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Crisis-hit Windies thrash India by 124 runs

Kochi : West Indies put behind an acrimonious pay dispute with their Board to spank number one ranked India by a huge margin of 124 runs in the first one-dayer to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series here today. The Caribbeans, who were on the verge of ...
 IndiaTV News2 months ago Samuels fires hundred as crisis-hit Windies stun World champions India  Rediff.com2 months ago
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