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Christopher Martin-Jenkins dies at 67

(BBC)Test Match Special commentator Christopher Martin-Jenkins has died of cancer at the age of 67.  Martin-Jenkins joined the BBC in 1970 and commentated on his first match, a one-day international, in 1972. 

Pollard falls but Sixers inch closer to final four

HOBART, Tasmania, CMC – There was no glory for West Indies pinch-hitter Kieron Pollard but his Adelaide Strikers still managed to whip Hobart Hurricanes by 38 runs to move into firm contention for a place in the Big Bash League semi-finals here  yesterday.

New format brings excitement to Caribbean T20

(WICB) Port-of-Spain, Trinidad – The West Indies Cricket Board has taken the bold step to change the format for the Caribbean T20 tournament – and the new set-up will see more matches and more exposure for the region’s players.

GCB senior Inter-County One-Day competition bowls off today

-Demerara opposes Essequibo, President’s XI to face Berbice

Despite the fact that a number of the country’s top limited overs cricketers are on duty with the national T20 side which will participate in the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional T20 competition starting tomorrow in Trinidad and Tobago, the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) is going ahead with its staging of the annual Inter-County limited overs competition.

Darren Bravo leads T/dad to warm-up win over Windwards

PORT- OF- SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – West Indies batsman Darren Bravo hit an enterprising half century as Trinidad and Tobago defeated the Windward Islands by five wickets in their practice Caribbean T20 Tournament game at the University of Trinidad and Tobago grounds here on Thursday night.

Novak shines as Knicks end Spurs’ win streak

(Reuters) – Bench player Steve Novak led a sizzling three-point shooting display as the New York Knicks mixed spectacular offense with a much improved defense to stun the red-hot San Antonio Spurs with a 100-83 win at Madison Square Garden on Thursday.

Gayle’s Big Bash failures continue

PERTH, Australia, CMC- Chris Gayle’s horror tournament continues as his Sydney Thunders labored through another dismal performance, crashing to a 9 wicket defeat to the Perth Scorchers in the Australian Big bash League yesterday.

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