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by Cato Rand The Death of Nelson Mandela We should celebrate the life of Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela rather than mourn his passing at age 95 on December 5th, 2013. Madiba, as he is affectionately called, spent some 27 years (1962 … Continue reading

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Fixing West Indies Cricket?

by CATO RAND About 6 or 7 years ago I wrote an open letter to the then President of the West Indies Cricket Board, Mr. Ken Gordon, via the daily newspapers here in Jamaica. It was a suggestion on how … Continue reading

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What is the Most Influential Innovation in Cricket?: The Switch Hit

http://www.espncricinfo.com/magazine/content/story/604354.html In the second feature in the series looking at the Most Influential Innovations in Cricket on ESPNCricinfo.com, Ayaz Memon looks at the ‘Switch Hit’. Ayaz Memon has written on cricket for over 20 years, during which time he has … Continue reading

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What is the Most Influential Innovation in Cricket?: The Leg Glance

http://www.espncricinfo.com/magazine/content/story/604354.html Gideon Haigh writes on The Leg Glance in Part One of a five part special feature on ESPNCricinfo.com on the topic: What is the Most Influential Innovation in Cricket? Gideon Haigh is a cricket historian and writer.

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Sarwan recalled to WI Team for their Australian Tour

http://www.espncricinfo.com/australia-v-west-indies-2013/content/current/story/601020.html Out of nowhere the WI cricket selectors dig up Ramnaresh Sarwan from out of the trash heap.   Is this a setup for him to fail for the final time?

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