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Children free with adult purchase ticket

GROS-ISLET, St. Lucia – Officials of the West Indies Cricket Board have welcomed the high attendance numbers for the One-day Internationals in the Digicel 2012 Series between West Indies and Australia.

Outside of two full houses for the second and third Digicel ODIs in St. Vincent, the attendance has been well over 60 per cent for the other two matches so far in the series, with projections for another capacity crowd for the fifth and final ODI on Sunday at the Beausejour Cricket Ground here.

Directors to report on Governance

ST. JOHN'S, Antigua – The Board of Directors of the West Indies Cricket Board will consider the reports from the various territorial boards relating to the report on the Board’s governance structure as prepared by the WICB Governance Committee.

New tools for Windies blind team

BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS - The West Indies Cricket Council for the Blind (WICCB) got a push in the right direction yesterday when they received a donation of cricketing equipment from the Australian government.

WICB establishes new Twitter set-up

ST JOHN'S, ANTIGUA - The West Indies Cricket Board is pleased to announce the establishment of two new and improved West Indies Twitter accounts that will serve the Caribbean social media users. This change was forced upon this morning when the West Indies Cricket Board's official Twitter account exceeded its number of tweets allowed per day (1000).

ICC praises WICB Women's Cricket

St John’s, Antigua – The world governing body for cricket – the International Cricket Council – has praised and congratulated the West Indies Cricket Board for the impressive development of its women’s cricket programme.

The ICC Chief Executive Officer, Haroon Lorgat, wrote to the WICB President Dr. Julian Hunte on Monday expressing the ICC sentiments.

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