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West Indies tour of England 'huge step forward for cricket and sport in general'

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09 Jun 2020 07:36 #382350 by chairman
Jason Holder has called West Indies' Test tour of England "a huge step forward in cricket and sports in general".

Windies captain Holder was speaking before his side flew to Manchester for next month's three-match series against England behind closed doors at The Ageas Bowl and Emirates Old Trafford.

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09 Jun 2020 07:36 #382351 by chairman
West Indies flew out of Caribbean on Monday night after entire squad and coaching staff tested negative for coronavirus

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10 Jun 2020 09:34 #382395 by ketchim
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The Men In Maroon have arrived for Sandals West Indies tour of England
June 9, 2020, 12:22 p.m.

West Indies arrived in Manchester early Tuesday morning for the Sandals England Tour 2020

as they continue the journey towards the resumption of international cricket.

Jason Holder and team will now get used to life in the United Kingdom

as they prepare to face England in three Test matches.

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11 Jun 2020 09:24 #382423 by chairman
Who is the greatest wicketkeeper to have never played Test cricket?

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