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Ramdin has faith T&T can qualify

Chennai, India, CMC – On the ropes in the ongoing Champions League Twenty20 tournament, Trinidad and Tobago are gearing up for a final push to stay in the hunt beginning with their match against the Chennai Super Kings on Sunday.

Wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin, whose fumbling in a run out situation cost his team the game against Mumbai Indians last week, believes that the semi-final door is not shut despite two close defeats in a row.

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TTCB says: No secession on the cards

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, CMC – Trinidad and Tobago’s cricket authorities have reaffirmed their commitment to West Indies cricket following controversial comments by team captain Daren Ganga suggesting the twin-island republic could compete as a separate entity in international cricket.

In a statement, T&T Cricket Board president Azim Bassarath said any such secession would be a “major setback” to regional cricket development and ensuring West Indies cricket returned to its halcyon days.

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New rules for ODIs from Saturday

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, CMC – International matches are set to witness a slew of changes in all three formats with amendments to rules coming into effect from Saturday. One of those changes – the fielding side using two new balls an innings in One-Day Internationals – will be seen in the five-match series between India and England, beginning October 14.

Bangladesh name squads to face Windies

Dhaka, Bangladesh, CMC – Selectors have recalled seamer Shahadat Hossain, called up uncapped all-rounder Elias Sunny but axed attractive batsman Junaid Siddique for the limited overs series against West Indies starting here next week.

Shahadat was named in an 18-man squad for the three One-Day Internationals while Elias is part of a 14-man unit for the one-off Twenty20 International. Bangladesh will also host West Indies in two Tests in the tour running from October 7 to November 2.

McClean defeats injury to stun Windies

Dubai, United Arab Emirates– Kevin McClean produced a classic fast bowling performance as Sagicor High Performance Centre pulled off a superb win over West Indies in their 40-over Carib Asian Series match on Thursday.

The tall right-armer from Barbados took four wickets in his first spell and returned to take another to end the innings at the International Cricket Council’s Global Cricket Academy. He finished with the impressive figures of five wickets for 19 runs as the West Indies fell for 73 off 30.2 overs.

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