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‘GayleStorm’ aka West Indian Star All-Rounder ‘Chris Gayle’ is the Brand Ambassador for WHAM! Mobiles
Wham! Mobiles, one of the fastest growing Indian handset manufacturers, will now be endorsed by the legendary West Indies all rounder- Chris Gayle. With this move, WHAM! makes its pitch at the national level: offering cutting edge mobiles at affordable prices with a big star to endorse it for greater impact

Shahid Afridi and Chris Gayle join Sydney Thunder
Second season of Big Bash League will begin on December 7, 2012

New Zealand drops two places in Twenty20 rankings
New Zealand has dropped two places in the ICC Twenty20 cricket rankings following their 2-0 series loss to the West Indies in the United States.

Naraine leads Windies to 2-0 whitewash over New Zealand
Spinner Sunil Narine bamboozled New Zealand to hand West Indies a 61-run victory, and a clean sweep of their Twenty20 International double-header.

Windies crush Black Caps in Twenty20
New Zealand has made an awful start to their cricket tour against the West Indies.n sweltering heat in Lauderhill, Florida, the West Indies won the first Twenty20 international by 56 runs.

New Zealand wary of Windies' 'big hitters' ahead of T20 series clash
New Zealand captain Ross Taylor is wary of the West Indies big hitters Chris Gayle, Dwayne Smith, Marlon Samuels and Kieron Pollard ahead of their Twenty20 series in the United states.

Taylor stresses on importance of Twenty20s to gain momentum for Windies tour
New Zealand cricket captain Ross Taylor is stressing the importance of making an early statement on their tour of the West Indies, which starts on Sunday with the first of two Twenty20 internationals.

Oram warns Windies against underestimating Black Caps in absence of key players
Veteran New Zealand all rounder Jacob Oram has warned the West Indies team against underestimating a young Black Caps unit, which is without three senior players during the two Twenty20 match series, starting on Sunday in Florida.

Ex Kiwi batsman Vincent says Pietersen's choice to quit ODIs, T20s should be respected
Former New Zealand batsman Lou Vincent has said England's star batsman Kevin Pietersen's decision to quit the limited over formats to concentrate on Test cricket should be respected by everyone, as no one knows the exact reason behind his decision.

Former Kiwi batsman Vincent desperate to interview cricket legend Tendulkar
Former New Zealand batsman Lou Vincent, who is working on his website, has expressed the hope of interviewing Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, and also have a sing along with the master blaster some time.

Specialist bowlers key to England winning ODi series against Windies: Cook
England one-day skipper Alastair Cook believes that packing his side with five specialist bowlers is the correct game plan to deal with the West Indies.

England ready to match Gayle-led explosive Windies' firepower in ODIs: Cook
England skipper Alastair Cook has said that his team had the firepower to match the heavy hitting West Indies' batsmen in the upcoming ODIs.

Gayle slams ECB over ruling out 'best batsman in team' Pietersen from T20s
West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle believes England has made a big mistake by refusing to allow South Africa's Kevin Pietersen to continue playing Twenty20 cricket.

Anderson still hopeful about playing in England's World T20 squad
Fast bowler Jimmy Anderson is still hopeful he can play a part in England's World T20 title defence in September despite being left out of the squad to face West Indies this month.

Sammy confident of West Indies beating England in ODI series
West Indies captain Darren Sammy has said his side expects to win their upcoming one-day series against England after finishing the Test campaign with a flourish.

'Cricket-mad' Bolt keen to play in Australia's Big Bash League
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt is very keen to play in Australia's Twenty20 tournament Big Bash League, according to Melbourne Stars president Eddie McGuire, who is close to recruiting Bolt in his team.

Windies opener Barath welcomes 'respect worthy' Gayle's return to one-day squad
West Indies opener Adrian Barath has welcomed veteran Chris Gayle's return to the one-day squad, even though the recall has come at his expense.

Windies' IPL conquerors return to one-day squad
West Indies has announced their one-day squad for the three-match one-day series against England, scheduled to be played later this month, and includes a host of players, who performed brilliantly for their franchisees in the Indian Premier League.

Windies name Gayle in one-day squad after 14 months
Former captain Chris Gayle has been named in the West Indies one-day squad, scheduled to play England later this month after a long absence of 14 months.

Money-spinning IPL sounding 'death knell' for West Indies Test cricket: Blofeld
The lucrative Indian Premier League is a Catch-22 situation for West Indies cricket, and is spoiling Test cricket in the Caribbean Islands, according to sports journalist Henry Blofeld.

ESPN STAR Sports Strikes Multi-Year Broadcast Agreement for Sri Lanka Premier League
ESPN STAR Sports, Asia’s No. 1 sports content provider, today announced that it has reached a multi-year broadcast rights agreement for exclusive coverage of the Sri Lanka Premier League (SLPL) in India. The first edition of this T20 league will be played in August 2012. The multi-year deal includes a minimum of 24 T20 matches per season

Oz crowds looking forward to flashing bat of 'Buccaneer' Sehwag
Indian opener Virender Sehwag may have unexpectedly got a well-deserved compliment from the hulking Matthew Hayden during Australia's 2004 tour of India, but now his flashing broadsword is what Australian crowds will be looking forward to in the ensuing four-match Test series.

Proteas batting great Richards attacks money culture in modern cricket
South African batting great Barry Richards thinks the game of cricket should be given another name, as it is now too commercially driven.

Dwayne Bravo prefers nightclubs to beaches
Dwayne Bravo has revealed that he is more into the nightlife than the beaches.

Aussie success against marauding Sehwag, ageless Tendulkar will be a major challenge
The Australian bowling attack is improving, but success against an in-form Indian outfit featuring Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar will not come as easily as it has against a disappointing New Zealand.

Windies board disappointing even in team's transitional stage: Viv Richards
Former West Indies captain Vivian Richards has said that the Caribbean islands are taking longer than normal to get back to the halcyon days.

Lyon could be as good, if not better than England's Swann: Warne
Former Australian leg spinner Shane Warne believes that off-spinner Nathan Lyon could be as good, if not better than England off-spinner Graeme Swann in the long term.

Barath returns to West Indies squad for India Test series
Adrian Barath returned to the West Indies squad on Tuesday for the upcoming three-Test series in India after recovering from a hamstring injury.

Majeed's claim about Oz cricketers being 'biggest' match fixers 'true': Basit Ali
Former Pakistan cricketer Basit Ali has backed alleged bookmaker Mazhar Majeed's claims that Australian players were "the biggest" when it came to rigging games.

Catch KFC T20 Big Bash League Live on STAR Cricket and STAR Cricket HD
-- 7 former international captains to feature in this edition of the league -- Star attractions include Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard, Paul Collingwood, Shahid Afridi, Fidel Edwards, and many more

ESPN STAR Sports Acquires Long Term Broadcast Rights from Cricket Australia for a Period of 5 Years till 2017

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