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Under-19s looking to clinch series

Dubai, United Arab Emirates – The West Indies Under-19s will be looking for a series-clinching win when they take on Australia Under-19s in the third and final match on Thursday.

First ball at the Global Cricket Academy is 2 pm (6 am Eastern Caribbean Time/5 am Jamaica Time).

Australia won the opening match but the Windies rebounded with a superb 102-run in the second encounter on Tuesday to set up the decider.

Gayle makes himself unavailable for Pakistan Series

St John’s, Antigua – Opening batsman Chris Gayle has informed the Board that he will not make himself available to play in the Pakistan leg of the Digicel Series and that he prefers to play in the Indian Premier League instead.

Gayle informed the WICB that he had received an offer to participate in the IPL and applied to the WICB for a No Objection Certificate to cover the entire duration of the IPL which clashes with the Pakistan leg of the Digicel Series.

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WICB executes another umpires workshop

Gros Islet, St Lucia – A two day Umpires Training Workshop was completed today in St Lucia for the WICB Senior Umpires Panel.

The workshop which was organized by the WICB was conducted by ICC Regional Umpires Performance Manager Barry Dudleston who has replaced the recently retired John Holder.

Attendees:

Lennox Abraham

Gregory Brathwaite

Vincent Bullen

Nigel Duguid

Clyde Duncan

Goaland Greaves

Vivian Johnson

Luther Kelly

Norman Malcolm

Clancy Mack

Young Windies win by 102 to level series

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, CMC – West Indies Under-19s produced a stifling bowling effort to thrash Australia Under-19s by 102 runs and level their three-match One-Day series at 1-1 on Tuesday.

After making a superb 267-9 off 50 overs at the Global Cricket Academy, West Indies bowlers reduced the Australians to 13-3 before sending them tumbling for 165 all out off 39.1 overs.

Pakistan beat UWI VC's XI by 68 runs

Castries, St Lucia – A century by stand-in captain Mohammad Hafeez and a four-wicket haul by Abdur Rehman steered Pakistan to a comfortable 68-run victory over the UWI Vice Chancellor’s XI, as the tourists made a winning start to their tour here Monday.

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