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West Indies star Carlos Brathwaite has reiterated his commitment to playing international cricket, despite the demand for his services in Twenty20 leagues across the globe.

The 28-year-old has been an instant hit with Sydney Thunder in the ongoing Australia Big Bash and already the franchise is weighing the possibility of securing his services for the next season, reports CMC.

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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) remains hopeful of hosting international cricket in the country soon despite a decision by Cricket West Indies to pass on an offer of a two-game Twenty20 International series in Lahore.

Pakistan has not hosted a major cricketing nation since 2009 because of terrorist attacks and had hoped the West Indies would have accepted the invitation for the two games in March, in return for the Asian side playing a similar series in Florida, United States later that month. However, security concerns of the Caribbean body scuppered any idea of the tour but with former England and Wales Cricket Board Chairman Giles Clarke travelling here later this month, the PCB is hoping this can ease the worries of other cricketing nations.

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The West Indies and Pakistan Cricket Boards have agreed to play three Tests, three One-Day-Internationals and two Twenty20 matches in the Caribbean from Monday, March 27 to Monday, May 15.

The series is scheduled to start in the twin-island of Trinidad and Tobago and end in Dominica.

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The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has appointed James ‘Jimmy’ Adams as its new Director of Cricket. The former head coach of the Kent County Cricket Club (2012 – 2016) will officially take over the position today, Tuesday, January 10. He has a three-year contract.

Jimmy will oversee and manage all cricket matters to include development of all teams, all coaching and cricket education and other technical programmes. He will have the support of an Operations department. 

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West Indies Women’s team will have a two-week camp in England as part of their preparation for the International Cricket Council’s Women’s World Cup later this year.

The Windies are the most improved team in women’s cricket and will look to add the 50-over title to the ICC World T20 title they won at Eden Gardens in Kolkata, in April, 2016. They were runners-up when the 50-over World Cup was played in Mumbai, India four years ago.

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Marquee left-hander Darren Bravo has been left out of the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force 14-man squad for this months Regional Super50, pending the outcome of a meeting with the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) pertaining to his disciplinary issues.

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The West Indies Under-19 team will have a seven-match tour of South Africa in mid-year as they continue preparation for the International Cricket Council’s Under-19 World Cup.

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