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Bishoo dedicates Emerging Player Award to dad

Bridgetown, Barbados – West Indies leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo has dedicated his Emerging Player Award at the annual International Cricket Council’s Award ceremony on Monday to his father. He said the award came as a bit of a surprise and dedicated it to his father Mohanlall, who died when he was eight years old.
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Bishoo cops ICC Emerging Player Award

Up-and-coming West Indies leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo has been named as the Emerging Player of the Year 2011 at the LG ICC Awards in London. The 25-year-old, who played in five Test matches in the voting period and took 21 wickets with an average of 35.42, has made an impact within the West Indies side with his attacking approach that yields considerable turn and bounce. He also played in 11 ODIs, bagging 19 wickets at an average of 21.57. Bishoo was the top choice of the 25-person voting academy, coming in ahead of team-mate Darren Bravo, and Pakistan pair of Wahab Riaz and Azhar Ali.
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Daley seals deal as Windies win Super Over to clinch T20 Series

Georgetown, Guyana – CMC – Shanel Daley bowled tightly, and West Indies Women won a one-over eliminator, after her useful all-round performance earned them a tie in regulation time in the fourth and final Twenty20 International against Pakistan Women on Sunday night.

The left-handed all-rounder conceded just seven runs, making her a shoo-in for the Player-of-the-Match award, as the Windies Women successfully defended a target score of 11 in the one-over eliminator under lights before a sizeable crowd at the Guyana National Stadium.

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Bajan Jordan enjoys dream outing

CHELMSFORD, England, CMC – Barbadian all-rounder Chris Jordan is likely to remember Surrey’s victory over Essex for a long while.

On Saturday, the exciting prospect completed career-best figures of four for 57 to fire the visitors to a comfortable 109-run win and carry them closer to promotion to Division One of the County Championship.

Pakistan women rebound to take 3rd T20

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, CMC – West Indies Women were denied a third straight victory as they went down by five wickets in the third Twenty20 International against Pakistan Women at the National Stadium at Providence here Saturday.

Defending a moderate 115 to take a 3-0 lead in the four-match series, West Indies were undone by a superb 83-run fifth wicket stand between Bismah Maroof (43 not out) and Javeria Khan (37) and lost with 15 balls to spare.

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