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Windies 'apparently' agreed to play Twilight Test in UAE, insi...

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has revealed that West Indies have agreed to play a day-night Test match in the United Arab Emirates later this year.The 82-year-old said they have not yet seen the letter from the West Indies ... Business Standard, 20 hours ago
DNA

Despite widespread criticism, WICB assures reform within organisation

The Windies Cricket Board had come under a lot of heat in the concluded World T20 series in India.
 DNA1 week ago Comments by Windies players inappropriate, disrespectful: ICC  Rediff.com6 days ago Under-fire Windies board promises change, defends record  Rediff.com1 week ago Brathwaite leads Windies to World T20 title  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago
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Rediff.com

Windies board gets reprieve as BCCI waives $41.97m penalty

IMAGE: His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama is presented with a West Indies team jersey by Dwayne Bravo captain of West Indies before the start of the 4th One Day International in Dharamsala in October 2014. Photograph: BCCI The Indian cricket board has decided to waive off the financial penalty of $41.97 million that was imposed on the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) for pulling out midway during their 2014 series against India, BCCI president Shashank Manohar stated. Manohar has also said that ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
The Freepress Journal

Pakistan Cricket Board hoping Windies will end isolation

In an attempt to end the country's seven-year hiatus as an international venue, Pakistan authorities are hoping to convince the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) to play limited-overs fixtures here later this year. No major Test-playing nation has ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago PCB hoping to end isolation by luring Windies  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago
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New Indian Express

Sachin takes on Windies Cricket Board post 'champions' win WT20

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, April 4 -- Following the smashing victory by the West Indies in the World Twenty20 in the Men's, Women's and the under 19 sections, Indian legend ...
 HT Syndication4 weeks ago Sachin Requests WICB to Support Its Team After Windies Victory in World T20 Final  New Indian Express3 weeks ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Row erupts between board, Windies players after Sammy's emotional post-match speech

Carlos Brathwaite hit four consecutive sixes in a last-over thriller Sunday as the West Indies became the first team to win the World Twenty20 Championship twice. But the victory over England at Eden Gardens was marred when a long-running spat ...
 Pakistan Today3 weeks ago West Indies photo shoot after World T20 twin title wins  Equilibrio Informativo3 weeks ago Windies men, women team celebrate World T20 win with 'Champion Dance'  Equilibrio Informativo3 weeks ago Video: Darren Sammy lays into West Indies Cricket Board, critics  Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago
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Ani News

Viv Richards Bats For Sammy In Windies Dispute

Batting legend Viv Richards has supported T20 skipper Darren Sammy in his decision to slam the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) for its lack of support during the recent World T20 in India. During the post-match ceremony following the World T20 ...
 Sri Lanka Sunday Leader3 weeks ago Windies' board dispute: Viv Richards backs `honest` Sammy  Ani News3 weeks ago Windies board dispute Viv Richards backs `honest` Sammy  Bombay News.Net3 weeks ago
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Rediff.com

Victorious Windies players will share prize money: Board

But WICB president wants credit for the successes of the men’s and women’s teams at the World Twenty20 Championships IMAGE: West Indies' Chris Gayle celebrates their ICC World Twenty20 victory at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Sunday. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images West Indies players will share the entire $1.6 million in prize money for winning the men's World Twenty20 title as well as a portion of sponsorship revenue, the head of the region's cricket board told Reuters on ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Windies players to share World T20 prize money  RJR News Online3 weeks ago Cricket-Winning Windies players will share prize money - CEO  Yahoo! Singapore4 weeks ago Windfall for Windies  Zimbabwe Herald3 weeks ago
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The Hindu

Windies team invited on negotiating table by WICB

Dave Cameron said the board will speak to players to ensure that best talent in the Caribbean represents the island nations. Coming up in May this year, the Board will host its annual review (retreat) with the players, WIPA, s
 The Hindu3 weeks ago Triumphant Windies invited on negotiating table by WICB  Jagran Post3 weeks ago WT20: Triumphant Windies invited to negotiating table by WICB  Mid Day3 weeks ago
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Rediff.com

Windies make strong statement to naysayers and unsupportive Board

‘We were in it to win it when we left the Caribbean’ ‘With all that happened before the tournament, the disrespect from journalists, and from our own cricket board, that was out of order. The only way we could make a statement is by winning this tournament’   IMAGE: West Indies captain Darren Sammy celebrates after winning the ICC World Twenty20 final against England at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Sunday. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images Carlos Brathwaite smashed ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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