County Cricket’s Final Over of the Week – 7th August 2011 – SPIN Magazine

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County Cricket's Final Over of the Week – 7th August 2011
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Ball Two – Warwickshire enjoyed the benefit of Chris Woakes' impressive bowling and batting, since he was deemed surplus to requirements for the England second string's match vs Sri Lanka A. These are days of plenty for English cricket – that a man who
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A Look at West Indies Cricket – New York Times

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New York TimesA Look at West Indies CricketNew York TimesFor his documentary “Fire in Babylon,” a history of the West Indian dominance of international cricket in the 1970s and '80s and of the symbolic weight its teams carried in a post-colonia…

Guyana President asks Caricom to back Gayle – NDTV.com

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Guyana President asks Caricom to back Gayle
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Basseterre, St. Kitts: Guyana's President Bharrat Jagdeo has said that Caricom governments should heed the call from embattled West Indies opener Chris Gayle, and intervene in the impasse between him and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB).
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PCB under fire for paltry allowances in Super Eight T20 – The News International

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PCB under fire for paltry allowances in Super Eight T20
The News International
KARACHI: The players participating in the ongoing Faysal Bank Super Eight T20 have blasted the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) over a meagre daily allowance which has forced them to fulfill their daily needs from their own pockets.
Shoaib Akhtar case: LHC seeks written reply from PCBPakistan Observer
PCB won't stop players from playing in SLPL: Board officialHindustan Times
Shoaib Akhtar (AP)Indian Express
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Of Dravid, Sammy and dropped catches – Times of India

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Indian Express

Of Dravid, Sammy and dropped catches
Times of India
In final analysis, West Indies went on to win the five-Test series 2-1. Among the most painful of memories for an Indian cricket fan was the Eden Gardens match of the 1999-2000 Asian Test championships. Sachin Tendulkar was controversially adjudged
West Indies bowler Ravi Rampaul fined after disputing umpire decisionTelegraph.co.uk
Cricket: Sammy, Rampaul guilty of breaching codeCaribbean PressReleases.com (press release)
If batsmen can't score, get Sobers, Viv back, fumes SammyNDTV.com
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