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Former Guyana cricketer Neblett dies

GEORGETOWN, GUYANA - Former  Police Sports Club  and Guyana all-rounder Clement Everton Neblett, popularly known as “Nebbo” passed away a few days ago in St Vincent and The Grenadines, reportedly of a heart attack.

President’s XI take on Aussies

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - The WICB President’s XI will take on Australia today in a three-day tour match which gets underway at the Three Ws Oval, Barbados.

The President’s XI is being captained by Carlton Baugh and is the sole practice match ahead of the three-Test series which bowls off on Saturday in that country. 

Ramdin - Our batting failed us

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - The Queen's Park Oval pitch was definitely "bowler friendly", but it was Trinidad and Tobago's poor first innings batting that cost them the match, according to captain Denesh Ramdin.

Captain Clarke to face President's men

Cave Hill, Barbados – Australia captain Michael Clarke expects to play in the three-day tour match against the WICB President’s XI as he continues to manage his hamstring injury.

Clarke has not played since injuring his right hamstring during Australia’s second One-Day final against Sri Lanka in Adelaide last month, missing the five-match One-Day series against the West Indies in the Caribbean.

WICB President lauds fighting spirit

St John’s Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has lauded the West Indies Team for their fight and tenacity in the recent matches against Australia. In a message to the team, Dr Julian Hunte, President of the WICB, said it was pleasing to see the exciting brand of cricket the Windies played in the Digicel One-Day Series and the Digicel T20 Series. He urged the players to adopt the same approach in the upcoming Digicel Test Series.

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