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World T20, 2nd Semi-Final

India vs West Indies

at Mumbai, Mar 31, 2016
West Indies 196/3 beat India 192/2 by 7 wickets

Inaugural Caribbean Tourism Organisation Twenty20 cricket match

West Indies Cricket Legends Champs

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A Polished half-century by West Indies opening batsman Devon Smith steered a team comprising many West Indies cricket Legends to an 18-run victory over a USA All-Stars team in the inaugural Caribbean Tourism Organisation Twenty20 cricket match at Idlewild Park on Saturday.
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Smith struck three fours in his knock of 54 to earn the Man-of-the-Match award in the event that officially kicked off CTO's Caribbean Week in New York. The young Grenadian shared an opening stand of 57 with Suruj Ragoonath, who played two Test matches for West Indies in 1999, before Ragoonath (16) was caught by Richard Staple, who led the All-Stars team, off Jamaican medium pacer Orlando Baker.
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St. Kitts national Stephen Liburd blasted 40 with two sixes and four fours, and West Indies all-rounder Darren Sammy hit 26 in helping the West Indies Legends to reach 170 for five off their 20 overs. Grenadian Mikey Alexis and Barbadian Hubert Blackman snatched two wickets each for the U.S. All-Stars team.
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Staple, a former Jamaica captain, struck 49 not out with two sixes and three fours, but the All-Stars fell short of the imposing total, reaching 152 for six in the allotted 20 overs. Joel Garner, one of the most fearsome West Indies fast bowlers in the 1970s and 1980s, captained the Legends team and bagged two wickets for 12 runs from four overs of medium pace. Andy Roberts, another feared pacer from the Garner era, served as manager and consultant for the celebratory match. For the Legends, Henderson Bryan took two for 31 from four overs, Dennison Thomas, former Grenada and Windward Islands fast bowler, one for six from two overs and ex-West Indies pacer Cameron Cuffy, of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, picked up one for 20 from four overs. The other participating players for the West Indies Legends included Everton Mattis, Sew Shivnarine, Derrick Kallicharran, Irving Shillingford, and Derrick Holiday (St. Maarten).

Celebrity Cricket Hits The Big Apple

Inaugural Caribbean Tourism Organisation Twenty20 cricket match

The stage is set for a fun-filled day of West Indian cricket at Idlewild Park in the borough of Queens this Saturday, to officially open the Caribbean Tourism Organizations Caribbean Week in New York.
Back-to-back 20-over cricket matches featuring celebrity players will highlight the days activities which will also offer music, entertainment and Caribbean food and beverages, including some popular Caribbean specialties at concession stands. The first game features a CTO Caribbean All-Star Team, captained by USA and Jamaica cap, Richard Staple, against an International Invitational team, led by Pakistani Amjad Khan, at 11 a.m. The second game, to be held at 3:15 p.m., will pit another CTO Caribbean All Star Team, led by Guyanese Zamin Amin, against a start-studded West Indies Celebrity Team, captained by former Barbados and West Indian pacer Joel Garner.
The Caribbean-American community is set for a day of exciting cricket and Caribbean culture, promised Hugh Riley, CTO's director of marketing for the Americas, who believes the wide ranging talent which the event has attracted should help shore up the games popularity in the United States. Riley added that 22 cricket fans in Toronto were expected to arrive at the grounds via coach on Saturday morning.
The afternoon encounter features a mighty West Indian team captained by Garner and including Guyanas Sew Shivnarine and Derrick Kallicharan; Suruj Ragoonath of Trinidad and Tobago; Everton Mattis of Jamaica; Grenadians Junior Murray, Dennison Thomas and Devon Smith; Dominicas Irving Shillingford; Stephen Liburd of St. Kitts; Hendy Bryan of Barbados; St. Lucias Darren Sammy; Cameron Cuffy of St. Vincent; and Derrick Holliday of St. Maarten. The team will be managed by former West Indies fast bowler, Antiguan Andy Roberts. They will take on Amins squad of Barbadians Henderson Blades, Patrick Harris and Alvin Howard; Jamaicans Rohan Alexander, George Adams and Rashid Marshall; Jacob Emanuel and Esnad James of St. Lucia; Guyanese Josanni Josiah and Shafeek Salim; Gregory Anthony of Grenada; and Ricky Toussaint of Trinidad and Tobago.The first CTO Caribbean All Star Team, playing in the morning fixture, is captained by Richard Staple and includes Barbadian batsman and former national tennis player, Hamilton Goodridge along with countryman Hubert Stockie Blackman; Jamaican Orlando Baker; Guyanas Steve Massiah and Lennox Cush; Cordell Walters from Nevis; Antiguas Foster Lewis; Trinidad and Tobagos Glen Lorick and Jerry Jumadeen; Vincentian Carlos Roberts; and Grenadians Brian Mitchell and Mikey Alexis. They will come up against Amjad Khans team which includes England's Chris Sargeant and Joe ONeill; Nadir Mohammed, Ishmael Khan and Mohammed Arshad of Pakistan; Indian players Akhil Khan and Arshad Hussain; Waheed Akhtar, Hunan Munir and Wahab Munir of Bangladesh; Sri Lankan Anjum Sabar. Edward Nelson and Muniwar Abassi complete the line-up.

Harbhajan Singh Memorabilia

Singh's Magnificent Hat Trick

On the 1st Day of the 2nd Test, India versus Australia, in March 2001, at Eden Gardens in Kolkata, Harbhajan Singh achieved what no other Indian cricketer had ever done - he snared a magnificent Hat Trick.
Limited Edition Magnificent photographic collage of the three dismissals with the hat trick at Calcutta capturing photograph in each piece being personally signed by Harbhajan Singh. Each piece .encased in a timber frame with Perspex glazing and is supported by A-Tag microchip authentication technology, and comes complete with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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