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Wavell Hinds to lead Jamaica at Caribbean T20

Kingston, Jamaica – Experienced left-handed batsman Wavell Hinds has been named to captain the Jamaica team in next year’s West Indies Cricket Board Caribbean T20 Tournament. The 34-year-old Hinds, who has represented the West Indies in all three formats of the game, will lead the side in the absence of Chris Gayle, who was skipper at the WICB One-Day Tournament earlier this year. Tamar Lambert, who was captain at the inaugural Caribbean T20 in July, has been dropped.

Windsor Park to debut as worlds newest Test venue in packed 2011 schedule

St John's, Antigua - Windsor Park in the Caribbean nature isle of Dominica will debut as the world’s newest Test venue in July 2011 when it hosts the Third Digicel Test between West Indies and India.
 
For the packed 2011 season of cricket in the Caribbean, West Indies will host Pakistan and reigning world Test champions India for a total of two Twenty20s, ten One Day Internationals and five Tests.

West Indies and Pakistan will clash from April 21st to May 24th in a T20, five ODIs and two Tests.

Guyana & Jamaica in mega clash for Caribbean T20 opener

St John's, Antigua - Reigning Caribbean Twenty20 champions Guyana and star studded Jamaica will clash in a mega feature encounter on the opening day of Caribbean Twenty20 2011 on January 10th at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds in Antigua.

Gayle gives Caribbean 333 reasons to smile

Galle, Sri Lanka - Chris Gayle has given the people of the Caribbean and cricket lovers all over the world 333 reasons to smile. The powerful left-hander made a monumental triple-century as the West Indies amassed 580-9 declared on Day 2 of the 1st ERI Test match. Sri Lankan reached 54-1 in reply at the Galle International Stadium when bad light broad an early close.

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