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Local cricket fans will get the opportunity to see a West Indies versus India Test match for the first time in 14 years when the fourth and final match in the current series gets underway Thursday at the Queen’s Park Oval in Port-of-Spain.

Read more: Indians return to the Oval after 14 years

Shiloh Adams, centre, a participant of Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket stands with West Indies captain Jason Holder and Australia skipper Steve Smith at the toss ahead the second match of the Tri Nation series in Georgetown, Guyana on Sunday. Photo courtesy WICB.

GEORGETOWN—This year’s Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket Programme got off to a rousing start as over 100 enthusiastic children participated in the on-field skills display at the Guyana National Stadium.

Read more: Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket off to great start

LEGENDARY West Indies cricketer Brian Lara said performances of athletes in the world of sport last weekend is a clear indication that when you have a dream and determination to achieve that dream you can be a champion in life.

Read more: Lara encourages students to be champions in life

West Indies cricketers from right Stacey-Ann King, Samuel Badree, Kirstan Kallicharan and Merissa Aguilliera with students of Montrose Government on the Champion Tour.

West Indies women’s wicketkeeper/batter Merrisa Aguilliera is calling on all young people to stay away from negativity, if they want to succeed.

Read more: Aguilliera says stay away from negativity

The ICC are considering adding another World Twenty20 event onto the calendar which could cause an issue for any possible Olympic bid ©Getty Images

International Cricket Council (ICC) head of global development Tim Anderson has raised concerns about the sport’s prospects of Olympic inclusion after he admitted it would be “difficult” to find room for another major event on the calendar.

Read more: Cricket's Olympic hopes suffer blow as official admits additional World Twenty20 tournament may...

Dinanath Ramnarine... president.

Alescon Comets have recently captured attention based on their rise on the domestic cricket scene and for this president of the club Dinanath Ramnarine is giving credit to the club’s ‘player focus’ approach.

Read more: Dinas: Player focus leads to Comets’ success

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