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Holding the Women's World Twenty20 at the same time as the men's equivalent has drawn widespread praise ©Getty Images

Late last year, the calls for cricket to regain its place as an Olympic sport became increasingly loud and as vociferous as they had ever been.

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The West Indies chased down a record total to win their first women’s World Twenty20 crown in the final against Australia. Photograph: Dibyangshu Sarkar/AFP/Getty Images

  • Australia 148-5; West Indies 149-2 (19.3 overs)
  • West Indies win by eight wickets to secure first World Twenty20 crown

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Four sixes, job done © Getty Images

The ills of West Indies cricket may not be solved overnight, but the victorious teams - men, women and the U-19s - have brought much joy and no little flair

Read more: They came, they rallied, they won

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West Indies’ Carlos Brathwaite, right, and Marlon Samuels celebrate after winning the final, as England’s Ben Stokes covers his eyes. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters

• Carlos Brathwaite hits four sixes off Ben Stokes’s first four balls of final over
• West Indies, 161-6, beat England, 155-9, by four wickets with two balls left

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Ben Stokes collapses to his knees after England's agonising defeat CREDIT: GETTY IMAGES

West Indies (161/6) beat England (155/9) by four wickets

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West Indies will go into the final as favourites CREDIT: AP

Captain Darren Sammy was first off the bus, holding his mobile phone and some portable speakers, the purpose of which would immediately become clear. He was followed by Dwayne Bravo, and, as a crowd gathered outside the Trident Hotel in Mumbai, the pair of them danced their way into the foyer, accompanied by the pulsing bassline of Bravo’s self-written pop single Champion.

Read more: West Indies fuelled by insults, disputes and wounded pride

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