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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.

R4D Round 2: Day 2 LIVE UPDATES

 

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - The West Indies Cricket Board's postponed Round 2 fixture between Jamaica and the Combined Campuses & Colleges commenced on Thursday at Sabina Park.

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Elliott determined to resume career

KINGSTON, JAMAICA - National cricketer Yannick Elliott said he is "recuperating quicker than expected" following hospitalisation due to a stroke he suffered almost four weeks ago.

Injured Samuels returns to Jamaica

KINGSTON, JAMAICA - Pune Warriors have suffered a setback with West Indian batsman Marlon Samuels returning to Jamaica to recover from a groin strain and to be with his mother, who broke her knee.

Samuels is likely to miss the rest of Warriors' IPL campaign, with the franchise languishing near the bottom of the league.

President Cameron congratulates Gayle

Port of Spain, Trinidad – President of the West Indies Cricket Board Dave Cameron has hailed Chris Gayle’s record-breaking hundred in the Indian Premier League on Tuesday.

The West Indies opener left fans of the game in awe, smashing an incredible 175 off 66 balls to lead Royal Challengers Bangalore to a 130-run victory over Pune Warriors.

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