Joel Garner Appointed West Indies Team Manager
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Joel Garner Appointed West Indies Team Manager

Joel Garner was West Indies interim manager from 2009 to 2010 and also an 'A' team manager. He also served as a director on the board for West Indies Cricket Board and headed the Barbados Cricket Association as its president

BCCI to Review West Indies Players' Participation in IPL
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BCCI to Review West Indies Players' Participation in IPL

The matter is likely to be raised at Indian Premier League governing council meeting on October 20. Some of the members want to ban the Windies players for at least one season.

India A vs West Indies A: Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir fail as 2nd unofficial Test ends in tame draw
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India A vs West Indies A: Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir fail as 2nd unofficial Test ends in tame draw

For the hosts, Bhatt bowled superbly to take two for 104 in 27.1 overs, while India discard Zaheer Khan grabbed one in the second innings to make it two wickets in the match. Bhatt, who had claimed seven wickets in West Indies A first innings, packed off Deonaraine and Edwards leg before for 93 and 2, respectively.

India A vs West Indies A: Permaul, Miller put visitors on top, Indians hope for miracle
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India A vs West Indies A: Permaul, Miller put visitors on top, Indians hope for miracle

West Indies A spinners Veerasammy Permaul and Nikita Miller bundled India A batsmen out for 245 in their first innings while Kraigg Brathwaite and Kieran Powell ensured that the hosts remain under the pump going into the last day of the first unofficial Test.

India A vs West Indies A: Teams share honour on day one of first unofficial Test
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India A vs West Indies A: Teams share honour on day one of first unofficial Test

Put in to bat by India A skipper Cheteshwar Pujara, West Indies 'A' were rocked by an early blow dealt by medium pacer Mohammad Shami when he trapped opener Kieran Powell leg before for a duck, but Brathwaite and Edwards put on a valuable 172-run stand for the second wicket to give the team a solid platform.

Kris Srikkanth advises Yuvraj Singh, Gautam Gambhir, Virender Sehwag to fight back through domestic cricket
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Kris Srikkanth advises Yuvraj Singh, Gautam Gambhir, Virender Sehwag to fight back through domestic cricket

Gambhir, Yuvraj and Sehwag are not part of the Indian squad, which will fly to England for the Champions Trophy.

Dhawan's return to boost Sunrisers in absence of Perera, Sangakkara
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Dhawan's return to boost Sunrisers in absence of Perera, Sangakkara

That Hyderabad have won five of their seven games has been largely due to the efforts of their bowlers whereas their batting has been the weak link. In their five completed innings, they have managed an average score of only 134.

Happy to be giving back something to the game, says VVS Laxman
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Happy to be giving back something to the game, says VVS Laxman

Laxman says that his experience would help improve the the Sunrisers' youngsters. He also believes Sunrisers team is very balanced with the right mix of experience and youth.

Sunrisers retain 20 players; name Tom Moody as coach and VVS Laxman, Kris Srikkanth as mentors
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Sunrisers retain 20 players; name Tom Moody as coach and VVS Laxman, Kris Srikkanth as mentors

Sun group took over the cash-strapped Hyderabad franchise earlier this year for a whopping Rs 425.2 crores after the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) terminated the contract of the Deccan Chargers.

Did VVS Laxman retire 'hurt'? Questions being raised
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Did VVS Laxman retire 'hurt'? Questions being raised

The sudden announcement of retirement by VVS Laxman has sparked off a controversy amid talk that the stylish batsman was not treated well by the Cricket Board and the selection committee.

VVS Laxman has sent out a message to the selectors: Ganguly
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VVS Laxman has sent out a message to the selectors: Ganguly

Former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Saturday said that VVS Laxman has sent out a ''loud and clear'' message to the selectors by deciding to quit international cricket with immediate effect.

We want to start new season with a bang: Krishnamachari Srikkanth
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We want to start new season with a bang: Krishnamachari Srikkanth

Chief selector Krishnamachari Srikkanth on Wednesday said he is confident that the Indian team would put behind its dismal show in England, Australia and Bangladesh and return to winning ways with a bang during the upcoming tour of Sri Lanka.

Selectors want Yuvraj back in the side for World T20 in Sri Lanka
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Selectors want Yuvraj back in the side for World T20 in Sri Lanka

Yuvraj Singh, who is back to training after recuperating from a rare germ cell cancer, is wanted back in the team for the T20 World Cup.

Cummins, Brathwaite for U-19 World Cup
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Cummins, Brathwaite for U-19 World Cup

With just seven weeks to go for the start of the ICC U-19 World Cup 2012, all 16 sides have submitted their provisional squads, with Australia naming Pat Cummins, the fast bowler, and West Indies including Kraigg Brathwaite, the opening batsman, in their line-ups.

Bowlers help India 'A' dominate opening day
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Bowlers help India 'A' dominate opening day

India 'A' dominated as their bowlers' disciplined performance reduced West Indies 'A' to 212 for eight on the opening day of their four-day unofficial second cricket Test here.

India A off to a good start against West Indies A
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India A off to a good start against West Indies A

The pace-spin combine of Shami Ahmed and Rahul Sharma shared six wickets as India 'A' bowled out West Indies 'A' for 252 on the opening day of their four-day unofficial cricket Test at the Kensington Oval here.

Tendulkar's achievement something superhuman: Srikkanth
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Tendulkar's achievement something superhuman: Srikkanth

Paying glowing tributes to batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar, Selection Committee Chairman Krishnamachari Srikkanth on Saturday described his achievement of scoring 100 international tons as something superhuman and cited him as a classic example of "thriving in an imbalanced world."

Boss, Shut up, says angry Srikkanth to reporters
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Boss, Shut up, says angry Srikkanth to reporters

An agitated Krishnamachari Srikkanth lost his cool on Wednesday when he was prodded about the decision to rest Virender Sehwag for the Asia Cup in Bangladesh, beginning March 12.

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