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Taylor to bat at three against India

TAUNTON, England, CMC – West Indies Women captain Stafanie Taylor will move up the order to number three in an effort to strengthen her side’s ailing batting in the ongoing ICC Women’s World Cup.

Kyle Hope, Ambris up to face Indians

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Uncapped batsmen Kyle Hope and Sunil Ambris have been rewarded for their recent heavy scoring with spots in the West Indies 13-man squad for the doubleheader of the five-match series against India starting here Friday.

Fifteen successful at GBA Shuttle Time Programme

Some 15 participants were awarded certificates following the Guyana Badminton Association’s (GBA) Shuttle Time Programme held June 23-25. According to a press release from the GBA, it utilized this year’s Guyana Olympic Association Olympic Day series of activities to conduct the Shuttle Time Programme aimed at the association’s long-term plan to have badminton played prominently in schools.

Vivo retains IPL title rights until 2022 after massive bid

(Cricinfo) Chinese mobile handset manufacturer Vivo has retained the Indian Premier League title sponsorship rights for the next five seasons (2018-2022) with a winning bid of INR 2199 crores (approximately US $341 million), a jump of 454% over the five-year contract signed in 2012.

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