Craig Cozier
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/ 16 April 2008

Rain halts Windies-Sri Lanka match

Persistent rain stopped the third and final one-day cricket international between West Indies and Sri Lanka with the match evenly poised on Tuesday. The home team were on 81 for two off 18.2 overs, chasing Sri Lanka’s 257 for eight off 50, when showers swept across Beausejour Stadium and caused the abandonment of the match and a no-result.

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/ 28 November 2007

Parchment named for Windies tour to SA

Jamaican batsman Brenton Parchment was the only player without Test experience named in the 15-man West Indies squad for three Tests and five one-day internationals in South Africa from next month. A slim right-handed opener, Parchment is a former West Indies under-19 captain and A team representative.

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/ 14 March 2007

Windies beat Pakistan in Cup opener

Dwayne Smith claimed three for 36 to follow up an explosive 32 off 15 balls as the West Indies launched the 2007 Cricket World Cup with a 54-run victory over Pakistan on Tuesday. Pakistan, chasing the West Indies’ total of 241 for nine off 50 overs, slumped to 187 all out off 47.2 overs.

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/ 3 June 2006

Bravo for Bravo’s golden run

All-rounder Dwayne Bravo continued his golden run in taking four for 37 as the West Indies reduced India to 235 for nine on the opening day on Friday of the cricket Test at Antigua Recreation Ground. The 22-year-old Bravo was one of the stars of the West Indies’ 4-1 success in the one-day series.

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/ 24 May 2006

Sarwan century helps West Indies to victory

Ramnaresh Sarwan stroked an unbeaten 115 on Tuesday to spur the West Indies to a four-wicket win over India with one ball to spare in the third one-day cricket international at Warner Park. The 25-year-old celebrated his 100th match with a match-winning innings that led the home team to their winning target of 248 for six off 49,5 overs.