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West Indies target top-five Test ranking

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Head coach Ottis Gibson says the West Indies are targeting a top five spot in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Test rankings within the next year.

The regional side is currently ranked seventh

Bravo overshadows Sharma to earn West Indies draw


Another incisive spell from Ishant Sharma was upstaged by resilient West Indies batting led by Darren Bravo as India had to settle for a draw in the second Test on Saturday.

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My plan was ruined because of rain, says disappointed Dhoni


India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni didn't hide his disappointment stating that his plan was "ruined due to the rain" that stopped play for around 32 minutes during the final session of the second Test

Raina fined 25 per cent of match fee for showing dissent


Indian batsman Suresh Raina was fined 25 per cent of his match fee for a Level I breach in ICC's Code of Conduct on the first day of the second cricket Test against West Indies on Tuesday.


Mary Kom in final of World Boxing Championship

India boxer M.C. Mary Kom is just a win away from her historic fifth world title as she entered the finals of the sixth Women's World Championships here.

Prince, de Villiers rescue South Africa

Ashwell Prince maintained some of the momentum as South Africa suffered a lower-order batting collapse in the third and final Test against the West Indies here on Monday.

Win over Aussies a shift in balance of power: Flower

England coach Andy Flower has insisted his side will keep their World Twenty20 final win over Australia in perspective ahead of the upcoming Ashes series with their oldest foes.

Clarke’s T20 place in jeopardy?

Australia Twenty20 captain Michael Clarke admitted his place was under threat after a poor run of form continued in a seven-wicket World Twenty20 final loss to England.
Clarke, batting at No 3, was involved in the run out of hard-hitting opener David Warner as Australia collapsed to 8/3 at the Kensington Oval here on Sunday.

KP thanks team for getting back on track

Kevin Pietersen thanked his teammates for helping him find his form after a man-of-the-tournament-winning display during England’s World Twenty20 triumph in the West Indies.

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