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« Last post by Rev on Today at 05:38 PM »
'Tangerine' don't seem to be very good is he ::confused::

* Tage is not half as good as his dad was at 19.

* Check out Tage's dad debuting against England at age 19:

* That boy ended up playing 163 tests---scoring 11,842 runs---at an average of 51.71 with 30 hundreds and 66 fifties.


* I have come to the conclusion that Shiv(11,842) is psychologically fearful of surpassing Lara's record 11,953.

* If that is the case then he should just announce his retirement at the start of the Barbados test.

* If that is not the case then Shiv's last series should be against Australia in June.

« Last post by ketchim on Today at 05:29 PM »

WICB Media Release.

CARICOM and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) have agreed to establish a panel to conduct a review of the governance structure of the Board.

This was the key outcome of a near five-hour long meeting between the CARICOM Cricket Governance Committee and the Directors and Management of the WICB. The Chairman of CARICOM, the Rt. Hon. Perry Christie, Prime Minister of The Bahamas and CARICOM Secretary General, Ambassador Irwin La Rocque, also attended the meeting which took place last Monday, April 20, at the Spice Island Beach Resort.

President of the WICB Mr. Whycliffe “Dave” Cameron led the Board’s team which included the Vice President, Directors, as well as the Chief Executive Officer and Corporate Secretary.

The Cricket Governance Committee, which initiated the meeting, was established by the Heads of Government to review the administrative and governance structure of WICB with a view to involving greater stakeholder participation. It comprises the Prime Minister of Grenada, Dr. the Hon. Keith Mitchell as Chairman, the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, the Hon. Gaston Brown and the Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Dr. the Hon. Ralph Gonsalves.

It was agreed that the Prime Minister of Grenada, as Chairman of the Cricket Governance Committee, will consult with the President of the WICB on the composition of the five-member panel.

The CARICOM Secretary General will prepare the Terms of Reference for the work of the panel and submit them to Prime Minister Mitchell who will also consult with the President of the WICB on the matter.

The Cricket Governance Committee and the WICB have also agreed that the panel will submit its recommendations within three months of the commencement of its evaluation. Upon receipt of the report, both sides are intent on collaborating with each other with a view to reversing the current negative trends in the sport and its governance.

The panel will comprise a member of the legal profession, a West Indies cricket legend, someone from academia, a member of the private sector and an individual with intimate knowledge of the work of the WICB.

Both parties expressed satisfaction at the outcome. “I think the meeting was very productive and very positive. We have agreed on a way forward. I think we have a shared vision and all of us want to see West Indies perform at the highest standard. We are committed to making this happen,” said Mr. Cameron.

In brief remarks after the meeting, Prime Minister Mitchell said, “We were able to meet with the Directors of the WICB to express the view of the necessity for change and I think we have reached a conclusion in that respect…which will chart the way forward. We will be working together with the WICB and all concerned to move West Indies cricket forward.”
THE PITCH / Re: 606 runs Scored
« Last post by ketchim on Today at 05:15 PM »
Calypso Collapso AFTER Shiv goes :  ;)

4   Shiv Chanderpaul   238/4   85.4

5   Marlon Samuels      239/5   87.5

6   J Blackwood            257/6   92.4

7   Jason Holder          260/7    94.2

8   Kemar Roach          282/8   101.6

9   Denesh Ramdin    307/9    111.4

10   Shan Gabriel      307/10 111.6

11     Bishoo                   Not Out
I posted the Silk Road , I posted in response to your : how Guyana vote re Venezuea

I bump the threads for you ...

you are a beggar.  a stout, strong, determined beggar......

me! ::confused::

Phuck the Chinese!  the Indians, Americans, Pommies, Canadians, Oz, the prince and his brother, the Kings of Taiwan and Rhodesia, miss Trinidad beauty queen...I doan care.

there is price to pay fuh all those things.  there is price to pay jess so like dem takin' way we money and lending it back to pay intris' to them.  yuh see dat deh.  we din do nutten at all and there it is is..deh bleedin' we..the Jewish Anglo/Saxon empire

what I need to do is to find a way to kick all dem rarse an dem out and do my own ting.  di'ze the only way we go get peace and something to eat fuh we self.

lookit man! leh dem all keep deh something as long as deh stay far!  stay to phuck away, so am free to do my ting.  phuck dem all.

look I wud even do a trade with america.  look!  here O-phucking-bama.  tek all the oil..all of it. go make profit enjoy yuh skunt brown self, but doh interfere with we no more.  tek it all an' go, but doh interfere with we at all at all no more.

if I was deh I wud want no chinese money bwoy.  I want the angl/jewish mudders off my back that's what.  get them off and I will be fine.  gih Obama the chinese money mek him stay away
THE PITCH / Re: 606 runs Scored
« Last post by ketchim on Today at 05:06 PM »
Accounting for the 11 England wickets that FELL :

Roach : 118 runs ....ZERO wickets

Holder 68 runs ........Zilch

Gabriel 87 runs :   3 wickets

Samuels 92 runs : 1 wicket
Bishoo 209 runs :  4 wickets

RUN OUT:        :    3 wickets
THE PITCH / 606 runs Scored
« Last post by ketchim on Today at 05:00 PM »
IN our 2 Innings .

BEATEN by 10 wickets ...

Y'all analyse !  :-[
« Last post by mapoui on Today at 04:53 PM »
'Tangerine' don't seem to be very good is he ::confused::
mek dem recall Brabits..a better player than Holder!
karma probably want us to have a look at Cotrell in the 3rd Test.

no big lorse.  deh might be able to pik ah bettah team with him out
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