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Clarke predicts bright future for Bravo

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - After playing against him for the first time in Barbados, Australia captain Michael Clarke believes young West Indies batsman Darren Bravo has a bright future ahead of him.

Clarke - Rain cost both teams

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - Australia skipper Michael Clarke said that rain had cost both his team and the West Indies a chance of winning, the second Test match at the Queen’s Park Oval yesterday.

Oval honours Windies heroes

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - If you were one of the thousands of fans who attended the second Digicel Test between the West Indies and Australia at Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain, a wall of cricket heroes would have greeted you as you passed by the Elizabeth Street entrance to the historic venue.

Sammy - We went for it

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD Set 215 to win off 61 overs, the West Indies were confident of levelling the series on the final day of the second Test at Queen's Park Oval, P- ort of Spain and, if not for the rain, captain Darren Sammy believes they could have done exactly that.

Red Force to evaluate Four-Day failure

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - Chairman of the National Cricket Selectors, Dudnath Ramkessoon, has revealed that a full assessment of Trinidad and Tobago’s recent performances will be undertaken following the exit to Barbados at the semi-final stage of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional Four-Day tournament.

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