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Never wanted to abandon India tour: Marlon Samuels

Never wanted to abandon India tour: Marlon Samuels

24 Oct 2014

Kingston: West Indies stroke-maker Marlon Samuels said he never wanted to be part of the one-day team's plan to abandon the tour of India, and revealed he stayed away from most of the players' meetings during the troubled tour.

Kingston,   West Indies,   Marlon Samuels,   one-day team,   players' meetings,   WICB,   Wavell Hinds,  
Violent 3-D gaming triggers aggression in <strong>players</strong>

Violent 3-D gaming triggers aggression in players

22 Oct 2014

New York: People playing violent video games in 3-D tend to exhibit aggressive tendencies later on more than people who play using traditional 2-D systems, a new research has found.

3-D gaming,   aggression,   video games,   violence,   remote games,  
West Indies <strong>players</strong> will be playing in IPL: Biswal

West Indies players will be playing in IPL: Biswal

21 Oct 2014

Hyderabad: In a bit of relief for West Indies cricket, IPL chairman Ranjib Biswal on Tuesday said its players will be allowed to compete in the cash-rich league, putting to rest speculations of them being ignored from the event after the team's abrupt cancellation of India tour.

West Indies cricket,   IPL chairman Ranjib Biswal ,  
Our <strong>players</strong> left us with no option, says WICB

Our players left us with no option, says WICB

18 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The West Indies Cricket Board has criticized skipper Dwayne Bravo and said it was left with no option but to call off the tour of India following a strike by its players in the wake of an acrimonious ongoing pay dispute with WICB.

WICB,   India Vs West indies,   Dwayne Bravo,   BCCI,   ICC,   West Indies- India ODI series,   ODI 2014,  
SL <strong>players</strong> concerned about skills training ahead of India tour

SL players concerned about skills training ahead of India tour

18 Oct 2014

Colombo: With the breaking of the news of Sri Lanka Cricket and the BCCI agreeing to a five-match ODI series, the Lankan players appeared to be concerned about their skills training required for the series.

Sri Lanka Cricket,   BCCI,   Sri Lankan players,  
Holding says WICB solely responsible for current crisis

Holding says WICB solely responsible for current crisis

18 Oct 2014

Dharamsala: Legendary fast bowler Michael Holding has chosen to empathise with the West Indies players for deciding to return home abruptly over a pay dispute while slamming the Caribbean cricket board for the sport's constant downfall in the region.

Michael Holding,   West Indies players,   Caribbean cricket board,  
Indians suffer defeats in LIC World Junior Chess championship

Indians suffer defeats in LIC World Junior Chess championship

15 Oct 2014

Pune: Indian hopes took a beating as Ivana Maria Furtado, Rucha Pujari, Shweta Gole, Sakshi Chitalange and PV Nandhidhaa along with hitherto unbeaten Padmini Raut suffered defeats in the LIC World Junior Chess championship in Pune.

Chess,   Indian players,   LIC World Junior Chess championship,   Chess players,   Indian chess players ,  
Ponting praises IPL's role in promoting young talent

Ponting praises IPL's role in promoting young talent

19 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Former Australia skipper Ricky Ponting praised Indian Premier League (IPL) for its role in promoting young talent, saying that many Indian youngsters benefited from the T20 tournament.

Ricky Ponting,   IPL,   Indian youngsters,   youth players,   Australian captain,   India-Australia rivalry,  
Caribbean <strong>players</strong> continue to protest with black armband

Caribbean players continue to protest with black armband

11 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The West Indies team might have put off its 'strike' plan as of now, but the players continued to protest against the payment dispute with the West Indies Players Association (WIPA) by wearing black armbands in the second One-day International against India, here on Saturday.

West Indies team,   West Indies Players Association,   WIPA,  
Argentine third tier match called off after vicious brawl involving 12 red cards

Argentine third tier match called off after vicious brawl involving 12 red cards

17 Oct 2014

Buenos Aires: A vicious brawl involving players, substitutes and riot police forced an Argentine lower division match to be called off midway through the second half with the referee handing out 12 red cards, according to reports in Argentine media.

Buenos Aires,   brawl,   players,   substitutes,  riot police,  Argentine lower division,   referee,  12 red cards,  

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