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Butts backs Barath to fit right in

Gros Islet, St Lucia — Chairman of West Indies Selectors Clyde Butts expects Adrian Barath to “fit right back in” when he joins the West Indies team for the fourth and fifth Digicel One-Day Internationals at Beausejour Stadium. Barath has replaced Kieran Powell in the 13-man squad.

Barath replaces Powell for Beausejour

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent – Adrian Barath was chosen to replace fellow opener Kieran Powell in the West Indies 13-member squad for the last two Digicel One Day Internationals against Australia in St. Lucia this weekend.

Barath has overcome his recent spell of injuries and gave firm evidence of his fitness with a hundred for his native Trinidad & Tobago against Guyana in their sixth round match of the Regional 4-Day Tournament last weekend at the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad.

Sammy: No one to blame

Gros Islet, St Lucia -- The West Indies and Australia teams arrived in St Lucia on Wednesday, the day after the dramatic tie in the third Digicel One-Day International in St Vincent on Tuesday.

From a seemingly hopeless position, West Indies clawed their way back from five wickets down for just 78 runs to the brink of victory, only for Australian fast bowler Brett Lee to run out West Indian captain Darren Sammy with the scores locked on 220.

Sammy said the team gave it all and no one was to be blamed.

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.

Barbados’ blind cricketers outfitted

BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS - In a further gesture to bring the two organisations closer together, the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) presented the Barbados Blind Cricket Association (BBCA) with fifty uniforms to outfit their members for upcoming competitions.

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