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Antigua & Barbuda on course in LICB 50 overs

 cricketerrrr5Antigua & Barbuda recorded back-to-back victories in the Leeward Islands Cricket Board (LICB) 50 overs competition over the weekend with their latest triumph, a 45 runs victory, coming against St Kitts on Sunday.

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West Indies fight despite Yasir’s three-for

cricketerrrrJason Holder and Shane Dowrich kept West Indies from disintegrating in the last hour of an engrossing but slow-moving day, finishing up at 218 for five, still trailing Pakistan by 158 runs. Things had looked bleak for Holder’s men when their best batsman Roston Chase walked off midway after being struck on the elbow by a Mohammad Amir bouncer, but the others pulled their weight stoically enough to ensure they could claim a share of the spoils from a hard-fought day.

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Samuels cameo helps Delhi win

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Out-of-favour West Indies batting star Marlon Samuels played a small role as Delhi Daredevils beat Rising Pune Supergiant by seven runs in the Indian Premier League on Friday.

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Thompson leads Caribbean Rio champions in Shanghai showdown

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Reigning Olympic sprint queen Elaine Thompson will chase her second win of the new Diamond League series here when she lines up in a solid field in the women’s 100 metres here Saturday.

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