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West Indies vs Australia 2015

Two WICB officials backed Chanderpaul without 'approval' for Test team selection

WICB president Dave Cameron & VP Emmanuel Nanthan had supported Chanderpaul's selection to the squad for the 2015 Australia home series.

West Indies cricketers must improve on the basics: Mark Waugh

Mark Waugh talks about what West Indies need to reclaim their place at the top of international cricket.

Denesh Ramdin bemoans woeful Windies batting but says positives exist

Beleaguered skipper Denesh Ramdin has once again lamented the fragile West Indies batting which led to a heavy 277-run defeat in the second Test, and a 0-2 series loss to Australia.

Mighty Australia thrash West Indies in Jamaica

West Indies fall against the mighty Australia.

West Indies facing defeat after Aussies set massive target

West Indies facing defeat after the Australians set a massive target.

Nathan Lyon becomes most successful Australian off-spinner; breaks 111-year-old record

With the wicket of West Indies opener Kraigg Brathwaite midway through Day 2 of the second Test, Nathan Lyon became the most successful off-spinner in Australian Test cricket history.

WICB chief hails Hall as stalwart of cricket

Hall, also a former WICB president, chairman of selectors and West Indies team manager, became the 18th West Indies player to be honoured with a Hall of Fame place on Thursday during a ceremony at the lunch interval on the opening of the second Test at Sabina Park here, reports CMC.

Windies in shambles despite Jerome Taylor career-best

The Windies ineptitude overshadowed the brilliance of fast bowler Jerome Taylor, who claimed career-best figures of 6/47 as Australia were dismissed after lunch.

We are confident about moving forward: Jerome Taylor

Taylor had a great day with the ball West Indies fast bowler Jerome Taylor has praised the effort of his teammates after the first day of the seco ...

Batsman Chris Rogers backs Australia's decision to rule him out

Australia left-hander Chris Rogers on Friday backed the decision by team's support staff to rule him out of the two-match Test series.

When Michael Clarke met Michael Clarke

Australia finished day one in Kingston at 258/4 from 90 overs, with Smith unbeaten at the crease on 135 and allrounder Shane Watson 20 not out.

Steven Smith hundred tops Jerome Taylor's spell to give Aussies edge

West Indies vs Australia, Day 1 - 2nd Test report.

5 most iconic Test matches between Australia and West Indies

5 best Test matches between West indies and Australia

West Indies look to draw series against Australia

Preview of the second Test between Australia and West Indies

Clarke opens up on his hamstring issues

Clarke hasn’t felt his hamstring since surgery Australian captain Michael Clarke has opened up on his hamstring issues last year ahead of th ...

Australian opener Chris Rogers ruled out of second Test vs Windies

Australia opener Chris Rogers has been ruled out of the second Test against the West Indies.

Devendra Bishoo's 'ball of 21st century' had my number on it: Brad Haddin

Australia’s Brad Haddin talked about the Devendra Bishoo ball which castled him, calling it the ball of the 21st century, but also said that all batsmen need some luck at the beginning of their innings.

Peppering Marlon Samuels with short balls was planned: Mitchell Johnson

The 34-year-old was caught by Mitchell Starc at fine leg off Johnson's bowling for 74, having blunted the Australian attack for much of the day in a 144-run partnership with debutant Shane Dowrich.

The timeless Adam Voges

Baggy green cap: Reward for Voges accomplishments.

Australia retain the Frank Worrell Trophy with an emphatic win over the West Indies

Australia won the Test inside three days Australia have retained the Frank Worrell trophy after defeating the West Indies in the first Test at Dom ...
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