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Decisions of Board of Directors Meeting

Port of Spain, Trinidad – The Board of Directors of the West Indies Cricket Board met at the Hyatt Regency in Port of Spain, Trinidad today and following is a summary of the major decisions taken:

Nash strokes century to earn Kent draw

LONDON, England – Discarded West Indies batsman Brendan Nash stroked his 13th first class century and passed fifty for the fifth time in his six innings this season, as Kent drew with Lancashire on the final day of their County Championship clash here Saturday.

Scotiabank Jamaica continues support

KINGSTON, JAMAICA - Scotiabank Jamaica continued its long-standing association with prep school cricket with yet another $3 million sponsorship announced at Lucas Cricket Club on Wednesday.

The competition is now in its 12th season with Scotiabank as title sponsor since 2005 in what has become known as the JCA/Scotiabank Prep School Cricket Competition.

Sealy stars on debut but Jamaica flourish

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Fast bowler Dawayne Sealy’s five-wicket haul on first class debut was not enough to deny Jamaica first innings points on the second day of the final round, Regional Four-Day contest here Friday.

Gayle chooses Windies over Somerset

SOMERSET, ENGLAND - West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has told Somerset he is willing to play in their Twenty20 campaign if it fits around his international schedule.

Gayle had agreed a contract to be the county's overseas player for 2012.

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