*  Cricket West Indies - Wikipedia
Cricket West Indies (CWI), formerly known as West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), is the governing body for cricket in the West ... www.thehindu.com/sport/cricket/West-Indies-Cricket-Board-renamed-rebrands-itself/article17041097.ece West Indies Cricket Board ... It operates the West Indies cricket team and West Indies A cricket team, organising Test tours and one-day internationals with ... 2017-present Cricket in the West Indies "Cricket West Indies (CWI) - Our Partners". Retrieved 27 October 2017. Patterson Report ...
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*  West Indian cricket team in England in 1900 - Wikipedia
Cricket: A Weekly Record of the Game, 1900 L S Smith, West Indies Cricket History and Cricket Tours of England 1900, 1906 and ... Aucher Warner offering his services as captain in accordance with the West Indies Cricket Committee in London. This offer was ... Cricket: A Weekly Record of the Game, 1900 page 44 Cricket: A Weekly Record of the Game, 1900 page 130 Cricket: A Weekly Record ... three tours by teams of English Amateurs to the West Indies in the mid-1890s and the idea of sending a combined West Indies ...
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*  West Indian cricket team in England in 1923 - Wikipedia
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1924 (Part II pages 422 to 452) L S Smith, West Indies Cricket History and Cricket Tours of England ... The West Indian cricket team toured England in the 1923 season. The team played 28 matches between 19 May and 5 September 1923 ... This was the 3rd West Indian tour following those of 1900 and 1906. The early weather was disappointing and little useful ... Northern Cricket Union, and Norfolk. These are shown in italics below. Of the 20 first-class matches played, 6 matches were won ...
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*  George Challenor - Wikipedia
"His admirable batting did much toward raising cricket in West Indies to Test match standard". Challenor was born in Waterloo, ... Another M.C.C. team toured the West Indies in 1929-30 during which the first ever Test matches were played in the West Indies. ... was a West Indian cricketer who was part of the first West Indies Test side. He was recognised as the first great West Indian ... Returning to the West Indies he had more success for Barbados scoring 114 against Trinidad in 1923-24 and then 237* against ...
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*  Matthew (surname) - Wikipedia
... member of the West Indies cricket team Nick Matthew OBE (born 1980), English professional squash player Patrick Matthew (1790- ... a West Indian immigrant to New York City, founded a Black Hebrew congregation William Diller Matthew FRS (1871-1930), ... 1837-1923), Canadian botanist and geologist Henry Matthew (1837-1898), British Anglican colonial bishop James Matthew, 19th ... 1874), Scottish grain merchant, fruit farmer, forester, and landowner Sir Robert Matthew (1906-1975), Scottish architect Scott ...
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*  List of West Indies cricket captains - Wikipedia
Canada Cricket online - scroll to "West Indies 1886 tour to Canada" The Development of West Indies Cricket Google Book results ... "The first West Indies cricket tour" West Indies versus the Gentlemen of the United States of America 1888 Cricket Archive: ... the 2010/11 West Indies women's tour of India, the 2010/11 Pakistan women's tour of the West Indies and the West Indies women's ... the 2013 Women's Cricket World Cup (all 7 matches for the team where West Indies women came second), the 2012/13 West Indies ...
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*  Development of the Test captaincy of West Indies - Wikipedia
"West Indies vs New Zealand: Kraigg Brathwaite to lead West Indies in 2nd Test against New Zealand". Cricket Counntry. Retrieved ... the dispute between the West Indies Cricket Board and the West Indies Players Association saw the First XI go on strike. As ... This was 35th West Indies Test captain. October 2015 Jason Holder named 36th West Indies Test captain against Sri Lanka. ... a qualified sports psychologist and son of 1930 West Indies captain Teddy Hoad, appointed to the West Indies team on tour in ...
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*  Federated Malay States cricket team - Wikipedia
Claude Bancroft - played for the West Indies on their 1906 tour of England. Archibald Spooner - played for Lancashire between ... The Federated Malay States cricket team was a team that represented the Federated Malay States in international cricket matches ... and the Federated Malay States usually combined with the Straits Settlements cricket team to form the Malaya cricket team. ... Encyclopaedia of World Cricket by Roy Morgan, Sports Books Publishing Scorecard of Federated Malay States v Hong Kong, 30 May ...
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*  West Indian cricket team in England in 1906 - Wikipedia
West Indies Cricket History and Cricket Tours of England 1900, 1906 and 1923, 1923 Peter Wynne-Thomas, The Complete History of ... than that of 1900 but two tours to the West Indies in 1901-02 and 1904-05 had shown again that the combined West Indies team ... The West Indian cricket team toured England in the 1906 season. The team played 19 matches between 11 June and 18 August 1906 ... Batting first the West Indies did badly and were dismissed for 158 with George Simpson-Hayward taking 7/37 with his lobs. ...
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*  List of bowlers who have taken a wicket with their first ball in a format of international cricket - Wikipedia
"Canada tour of West Indies, Only ODI: West Indies v Canada at Kingston, 13 April 2010". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 24 May 2016. " ... "West Indies in Zimbabwe (2003-2004): Scorecard of fourth ODI". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 14 August 2014. "Only ODI: Ireland v ... "West Indies in England (1939): Scorecard of third Test". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 14 August 2014. "South Africa in England (1947 ... "West Indies in Pakistan (1991-1992): Scorecard of third ODI". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 14 August 2014. "Zimbabwe in Pakistan ( ...
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*  Sydney Smith (cricketer, born 1881) - Wikipedia
A biography, Cricket's Mystery Man: The Story of Sydney Gordon Smith: West Indies, MCC, New Zealand, by Bill Francis, was ... for the MCC sides that toured the West Indies in 1910-11 and 1912-13; and for New Zealand in pre-Test cricket matches against ... He was described pre-tour as "the best amateur bowler in the West Indies, bowls slow left hand; can also bat very well" and "he ... In 1901-02 he was selected for the combined West Indies team in Trinidad against a touring team led by Richard Bennett and ...
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*  Victor Pascall - Wikipedia
... a combined West Indies team in 1913 when he took four wickets for 83 runs for West Indies against a Marylebone Cricket Club ( ... His final appearances for West Indies came in 1926. In 22 games for teams styled "West Indies" or "West Indians", Pascall hit ... At the time he played, critics considered him the best left-arm spinner in the West Indies. Pascall was born in Diego Martin, ... Victor S Pascall (1886 - 7 July 1930) was a Trinidadian cricketer who represented the West Indies in the days before they ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victor_Pascall
*  Bibliography of cricket - Wikipedia
Cricket and the Clock (1952) Best Cricket Stories (1953) West Indian Adventure 1953-1954 (1954) West Indies Revisited - MCC ... Cricket Journal (1958) Cricket Journal 2 (1959) Cricket Journal 3 : Cricket on Trial (1960) Cricket Journal 4 : The Australian ... A Guide to First-Class Cricket Matches Played in the West Indies (1984) The ACS International Cricket Yearbook (2013 edition is ... Hampshire County Cricket: The official history of Hampshire County Cricket Club (1957) A History of Cricket (with E W Swanton ...
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*  Barto Bartlett - Wikipedia
... was a West Indian cricketer who played in West Indies' inaugural Test tour of England in 1928. He was born in Flint Hall, St. ... Michael, Barbados, and played first-class cricket as a batsman for Barbados from 1923-24 to 1938-39. His only first-class ... Australia v West Indies, Adelaide 1930-31 Wisden 1934, p. 259. Wisden 1978, p. 1068. Barto Bartlett at ESPNcricinfo Barto ... In June 1988 101 Barbadian 50c stamps were issued featuring the Barbados Cricket Buckle with a photograph of "Barto" Bartlett ...
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*  Ted Dillon - Wikipedia
He toured the West Indies with RA Bennett's XI in 1902 and America with Kent in 1903. After World War I Dillon played in four ... Dillon made his first-class cricket debut for London County Cricket Club in August 1900, making his Kent first-class debut ... He played over 200 first-class cricket matches, mainly for Kent County Cricket Club between 1900 and 1913. Dillon captained ... He earned his cricket Blue in his first year at Oxford University, appearing for both the University, whom he captained, and ...
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*  Learie Constantine - Wikipedia
... the first played by the West Indies, was he less effective. Although he took the West Indies' first wicket in Test cricket, ... as a cricket reporter and as a radio commentator when the West Indies toured England in 1950. He also wrote several cricket ... In his history of West Indies cricket, Michael Manley writes that league cricket at this time was intense and unrelenting, but ... but the West Indies lost by 167 runs. In the following match the West Indies recorded their first win in Test matches; after ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learie_Constantine
*  List of England cricketers who have taken five-wicket hauls on Test debut - Wikipedia
"West Indies tour of England, 3rd Test: England v West Indies at The Oval, Aug 12-15, 1933". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 14 January ... "A History of Balls to an Over in First-Class Cricket". The Association of Cricket Statisticians and Historians. Retrieved 15 ... "West Indies tour of England, 1st Test: England v West Indies at Lord's, Jun 24-27, 1939". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 15 January ... "West Indies tour of England, 2nd Test: England v West Indies at Lord's, Jun 22-26, 1995". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 15 January ...
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*  Harold Austin - Wikipedia
Austin captained the West Indian cricket teams that toured England in 1906 and 1923. He was a right hand batsman and occasional ... Before the tour he was described as "an excellent bat and fine field, considered the best in the West Indies" and "a graceful ... Returning to Barbados he played for the combined West Indies team in 1901-02 (scoring 68) and 1904-05 (scoring 83), as captain ... Cricket' later remarked that "once he retired, but cricket lured him back again; once he left the island for good, but Barbados ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_Austin
*  History of the West Indian cricket team - Wikipedia
"West Indies 1886 tour to Canada" and "The first West Indies cricket tour" ^ The Development of West Indies Cricket Google Book ... Administered by the West Indies Cricket Board ("WICB"), and known colloquially as The Windies, the West Indies cricket team ... West Indies Cricket Board fielded a full-strength team under the argument that none of the West Indies players had refused to ... West Indian cricket team List of West Indian Test cricketers West Indian Test match records 2007 Cricket World Cup - held in ...
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*  List of Marylebone Cricket Club players (1895-1914) - Wikipedia
West Indies (1910/11); West Indies (1912/13). David Burton (1910/11) : D. S. G. Burton (MCC). Tours: West Indies (1910/11). ... West Indies (1910/11); West Indies (1912/13). Arthur Somerset senior (1899-1912/13) : A. W. F. Somerset (Sussex). Tours: West ... West Indies (1910/11); West Indies (1912/13). Clive Wigram (1897) : C. Wigram (MCC) Alexander Wilkinson (1914-1939) : W. A. C. ... W. E. Astill (Leicestershire). Tours: West Indies (1925/26); India & Ceylon (1926/27); South Africa (1927/28); West Indies ( ...
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*  List of years in Australian Test cricket - Wikipedia
Australian cricket team in the West Indies in 1990-91, the 5-Test series is won by West Indies 2-1. West Indies defeats ... 1984 Australian cricket team in the West Indies in 1983-84, the 5-Test series is won by West Indies 3-0. West Indian cricket ... 1978 Australian cricket team in the West Indies in 1977-78, the 5-Test series is won by West Indies 3-1. English cricket team ... 1965 Australian cricket team in the West Indies in 1964-65, the 5-Test series is won by West Indies 2-1. English cricket team ...
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*  Jimmy Cameron - Wikipedia
A student in Canada at the time, Cameron was picked for the West Indies tour of India after only two first-class matches, both ... Outside first-class cricket, he played much League cricket in England. Cameron's older brother John also played Test cricket ... In the second match, at Bombay (Mumbai), he scored an undefeated 75 as the West Indies piled up a second successive score of ... Their father, John Joseph Cameron, also played for Jamaica and was a member of the first West Indian cricket team to tour ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Cameron
*  Thomas Higson (cricketer, born 1873) - Wikipedia
On this, his view was that such bowling was detrimental to cricket. He had strong views on many aspects of the game and in 1934 ... His sons Thomas Higson and Peter Higson also played first-class cricket for Lancashire, and his brother Peter Higson played for ... He next played first-class in 1904 for Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) against South Africans, and in 1905, 1906 and 1907 also ... Higson was chairman of Lancashire County Cricket Club from 1932 to 1949, in succession to Sir Edwin Stockton. Higson died at ...
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*  John Tovey, 1st Baron Tovey - Wikipedia
... flagship on the North America and West Indies Station. Tovey passed his Seamanship examination (1st class) and on his promotion ... He excelled at sports, playing well at cricket for Durnford and he was a schoolboy international footballer and later played ... Bevand, Paul A.; Allen, Frank W. (2010). "Admiral of the Fleet Sir John Cronyn Tovey". Royal Navy Flag Officers 1904-1946. ... W class destroyers When Italy declared war in June 1940, Tovey was commanding the Mediterranean Fleet's Light Forces (i.e. ...
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*  Hubertus (disambiguation) - Wikipedia
German equestrian Hubertus W.J.M. "Huub" Stapel (born 1954), Dutch actor Hubertus K.G. "Huub" Stevens (born 1953), Dutch ... Dutch cricket umpire Hubertus Knabe (born 1959), German historian Hubertus Lambriex (born 1960), Dutch sailor Hubertus Lamey ( ... 1896-1981), German gerenal during World War II Hubertus Johannes van Mook (1894-1965), Dutch administrator in the East Indies ... 1906-1984), German historian and political figure Prince Hubertus of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (born 1959), Mexican alpine skier ...
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