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Russell played to strengths

North Sound, Antigua – All rounder Andre Russell said that he merely played to his strengths in getting an impressive maiden hundred for the West Indies A Team in their opening Digicel ‘Test’ against Bangladesh A at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds.

“It was a pretty decent wicket to bat on so as long as you get in you just have to bat long, be patient and wait on the balls which allow you to play your shots and that’s what I did,” a beaming Russell said at the end of the day’s play.

Playing for Windies helped Hyatt

North Sound, Antigua – Jamaican batsman Danza Hyatt said that playing for the West Indies senior team has improved his confidence and has helped him to progress as a batsman.

“Being around the experienced guys and playing international cricket has helped me for sure,” said Hyatt who has appeared in five One Day Internationals and four Twenty20 Internationals.

He said his time on the international stage has allowed him to pick up good form.

“I think I’m in good nick so I have to capitalize and I need to continue to get the big scores,” Hyatt reasoned.

Early Christmas for Skeldon

Georgetown, Guyana – Community Development Officer and Manager of the Skeldon Cricket Club Linden Murray said that Santa Claus came early for his club in 2011.

Skeldon received GY$720,000 from the WICB Super Club Assistance Programme during the just concluded Regional Super50 Tournament played in Guyana and Murray said it is like Christmas in Skeldon.

Jamaica are Super50 champs!

 

SUPER50 FINAL: Shaky Jamaica start

PROVIDENCE, Guyana, CMC – Jamaica stumbled early, after stingy bowling from left-arm spinner Nikita Miller helped them dismiss Trinidad & Tobago cheaply in the Final of the Regional Super50 tournament on Saturday.

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