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Ambrose appeals for Regional effort

ST JOHN’S — Fast bowling legend Curtly Ambrose says a regional effort is needed if West Indies cricket is to recapture its glory days and return to the upper echelons of the world game.

“We are ready for Super Eights”

Colombo, Sri Lanka – West Indies bowlers did an excellent job on Monday night against Ireland but rain had the final say in their Group B ICC World T20 match at the R Premadasa Stadium.

The Windies were accurate from the very first ball when Fidel Edwards knocked over the stumps of William Porterfield and they kept the Irish in check to limit them to just 129-6 off 19 overs in the match cut short by the inclement weather.

Chris Gayle Nursery set for opening

ST CATHERINE, JAMAICA - The opening of the nursery in honour of West Indies batman Christopher Gayle is set for October, according to Lucas Cricket Club first vice-president Brian Breese.

Windies through to Super Eights

Colombo, Sri Lanka - West Indies became only the second team in ICC World Twenty20 history to advance beyond the league phase without registering a win when their final Group B clash, against Ireland, was abandoned on Monday night. England progressed in similar fashion in 2010 and went on to win the competition.

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Eyes on the skies in Colombo

Colombo, Sri Lanka - As if the very unpredictability of the format wasn’t enough, the ‘R’ factor is threatening to add to the excitement as the firstphase of the ICC World Twenty20 2012 enters its climactic stage.

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