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Pakistan's Abid Ali cleared of concussion after warm-up blow

Pakistan opener Abid Ali has been cleared of concussion after being hit on the helmet Sunday while playing in an intra-squad match on the tour of England, a team s (Trinidad Times)


Broad boosts England's victory bid in second West Indies Test

Stuart Broad revived England's hopes of a series-levelling victory in the second Test with a trio of new-ball wickets even as the West Indies avoided the follow-on at Old Trafford on Sunday.

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West Indies to within sight of avoiding England follow-on

Brooks was 60 not out, having kept England at bay in an attractive fourth-wicket partnership of 76 with opener Brathwaite.

Nightwatchman Alzarri Joseph, who might have been lbw to Sam Curran (Trinidad Times)


Would be nice if we get bio-bubble break, says James Anderson

Manchester [UK], July 19 (ANI): England pacer James Anderson on Sunday that he would welcome a break if the side is allowed to step out of their bio-secure bubble ahead of the Pakistan Test series. Th (Trinidad Times)


New South Wales appoints Chandika Hathurusingha as batting coach

Sydney [Australia], July 19 (ANI): Former Sri Lanka and Bangladesh head coach Chandika Hathurusingha has been appointed as senior assistant and batting coach of New South Wales, having previously serv (Trinidad Times)


Brathwaite and Hope frustrate England in second Test

Kraigg Brathwaite and Shai Hope proved a thorn in England's side once again as the West Indies lost just one wicket on the fourth morning of the second Test at Old (Trinidad Times)


Still don't have much faith in DRS, says Ian Chappell

Melbourne [Australia], July 19 (ANI): Former Australia skipper Ian Chappell has said that he still does not have much faith in the Decision Review System (DRS). In the first Test of the three-match se (Trinidad Times)


England victory chances hit after Old Trafford washout

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West Indies 32 for 1 (Joseph 14*, Brathwaite 6*) trail England 469 for 9 (dec.) by 437 runs

England need to take 19 wickets in two days if they are to keep their series aliv (Trinidad Times)


Manchester Test: Rain plays spoilsport, day three abandoned

Manchester [UK], July 18 (ANI): Rain played spoilsport on day three of the ongoing second Test of the three-Test series between England and West Indies and as a result, not a single ball was bowled in (Trinidad Times)


Stokes ready for long haul as rain frustrates England

Ben Stokes admitted England had their work cut out to draw level with the West Indies as rain threatened to wash out the whole of the third day's play in the secon (Trinidad Times)


Jofra Archer available for third Test despite Covid breach

England fast bowler Jofra Archer will be available to play in next week's series finale against the West Indies after being ruled out of the second Test for a breach of coronavirus (Trinidad Times)


Former Australia Test captain Barry Jarman dies

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As Australia's 33rd Test captain, wicketkeeper, and later ICC match referee, Barry Jarman was a forerunner to Tim Paine in that he spent years waiting for his chance to take (Trinidad Times)


Former Australian captain Barry Jarman dies

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As Australia's 33rd Test captain, wicketkeeper and later ICC match referee, Barry Jarman was a forerunner to Tim Paine in that he spent years waiting for his cha (Trinidad Times)


Stokes says his success more than just 'instinct'

Ben Stokes said he was now more than just a purely instinctive cricketer after the all-rounder's latest superb century left England strongly-placed in the second T (Trinidad Times)


6th Iranian Ship en Route to Venezuela - Economy news

TEHRAN (Tasnim) - An Iranian cargo ship is expected to dock in Venezuela soon, an arrival that comes shortly after Tehran sent five tankers loaded with gasoline to relieve its fuel-starved South Am (Trinidad Times)


On this day in 2011: Virat Kohli made his Test debut

New Delhi [India], June 20 (ANI): It was on June 20, 2011, when current India skipper Virat Kohli made his debut in the longest format of the game. He made his debut against West Indies at Kingston, J (Trinidad Times)


6th Iranian Ship en Route to Venezuela

TEHRAN (Tasnim) - An Iranian cargo ship is expected to dock in Venezuela soon, an arrival that comes shortly after Tehran sent five tankers loaded with gasoline to relieve its fuel-starved South Am (Trinidad Times)


Life's best moment: Sourav Ganguly recalls Test debut at Lord's

New Delhi [India], June 20 (ANI): Reminiscing his debut match in the longest format of the game, former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly on Saturday said that it was the best moment in his 16 year-long g (Trinidad Times)


Cuba highlights importance of int'l cooperation amid coronavirus outbreak

HAVANA, June 19 (Xinhua) -- Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs Bruno Rodriguez on Friday highlighted the importance of international cooperation and solidarity amid global efforts to address the cor (Trinidad Times)


Ireland name Paul Stirling as vice-captain

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Ireland have appointed Paul Stirling as vice-captain, providing support to Andy Balbirnie after he took charge across all formats last year.

Stirling is one of Ireland's mos (Trinidad Times)


India's pace attack 'the best' in history, says Mohammed Shami

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"Not just now, in the history of cricket, this might be the best fast-bowling unit in the world," he added.

When reminded of the West Indies pace packs of the 1970s and 1980s, Shami s (Trinidad Times)


Mexican Highway Sinkhole Reveals Fossil-Filled Cave

A sinkhole on a Mexican highway has exposed a water-filled cave teaming with fossils of sea life and rock formations dating as far back as 2.5 million years.

Cave explorers are using the larg (Trinidad Times)


Wax can be tried to shine the cricket ball, says Kemar Roach

By Vishesh RoyNew Delhi [India], June 19 (ANI): West Indies pacer Kemar Roach has backed the idea of using wax to shine the cricket ball as players have now been banned from using saliva. Roach also l (Trinidad Times)


UK firms apologise for slave links

Global protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd are pushing the UK to acknowledge past links to slavery and racism.

In the space of less than 24 hours, insurance marketplace Lloyd's of (Trinidad Times)


La Trinidad Municipal Hall, sitios on lockdown due to new COVID cases

TRINIDAD, Benguet, June 18(PIA) -- Mayor Romeo Salda has placed the municipal hall under total lockdown effective June 18 until June 24, 2020 thru Executive Order 045-2020 to allow for contact trac (Trinidad Times)


England cricket chiefs unveil extra coronavirus aid package

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has announced an additional aid package to support the professional and recreational game during the coronavirus pandemic.

The cash (Trinidad Times)


4 Countries Win Seats on UN Security Council; 5th Goes to Runoff

NEW YORK - Four countries were elected to two-year terms on the U.N. Security Council on Wednesday in the first major vote held at the world body amid the coronavirus pandemic.

India, Ireland (Trinidad Times)


Baloch, Sindhi, Pashtun activists lambast Pak for rights violations

Geneva [Switzerland], Mar 6 (ANI): Activists from Balochistan, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces of Pakistan have lambasted the Pakistani Army for carrying out human rights violations against the (Trinidad Times)


West Indies defeat Sri Lanka by 7 wickets, win T20I series

Pallekele [Sri Lanka], Mar 7 (ANI): Shimron Hetmyer and Andre Russell shine as West Indies defeated Sri Lanka by seven-wickets in the second T20I at Pallekele International Cricket Stadium here on Fri (Trinidad Times)


6-machine Russell leads Windies to T20 series victory in Sri Lanka

The tourists also easily won the first game by 25 runs this week.

The 31-year-old frequently rubbed his shoulder during his smash-and-grab innings in which he hit one ball out of the Pallekel (Trinidad Times)


Afghanistan beat Ireland in first T20

Afghanistan beat Ireland in their first of three Twenty20s on Friday as Najibullah Zadran smashed an unbeaten 42 in a rain-affected fixture in India.

Ireland (Trinidad Times)