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Ricky Skerritt

THE reign of Whyclife "Dave" Cameron as president of Cricket West Indies (CWI) has come to an end with challenger and former board member Richard "Ricky" Skerritt defeating the Jamaican in the elections held today at the Pegasus Hotel in Jamaica. Skerritt, a for­mer St Kitts and Nevis cab­i­net min­is­ter, will assume the role of president with his slate winning the voting process by eight votes to four.

Read more: Skerritt elected new CWI president

Bang!: West Indies opening batsman Evin Lewis smacks another delivery during his Man-of-the-Match 125 not out against India in their one-off T20 International at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica, yesterday. West Indies won by nine wickets. —Photo: AP

If he wasn't on their radar previously, Evin Lewis must certainly be on the minds of a few T20 franchise owners around the world after his blistering match-winning century yesterday at Sabina Park.

Read more: The Evin Lewis reality

Alzarri Joseph in action during the second Test Associated Press

Jason Holder dedicated West Indies' stunning victory in the second Test in Antigua to Alzarri Joseph and his family, after the young fast bowler played on despite the overnight death of his mother, Sharon, to help deliver a 10-wicket victory over England, and with it, an unassailable 2-0 series lead.

Read more: Jason Holder dedicates Test triumph to Alzarri Joseph after death of mother

Roshni Soogrim

Social media has come alight with discussion revolving around the decision by West Indies batting legend Brian Lara to have a stand at his Stadium, the Brian Lara Cricket Stadium in Toruba, named in honour of Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar.

Read more: Cricket fan puts Lara’s vision into perspective

CANOC President Brian Lewis hopes a solution can be found so cricket can return to the Commonwealth Games ©Getty Images

Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees (CANOC) President Brian Lewis has claimed the continued absence from the Commonwealth Games programme would be a "loss for cricket".

Read more: Cricket in the Commonwealth Games would help re-energise West Indies, claims CANOC President

Warrior spirit: West Indies captain Jason Holder bellows in celebration of the wicket of Pakistan opener Ahmed Shehzad during the third and final One-Day-Internaional at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence, Guyana on Tuesday. Pakistan won by six wickets. —Photo: WICB Media/Randy Brooks

A recent article in a Caribbean newspaper hinted that West Indies captain Jason Holder is too nice a guy to get the best out of his players. It suggested that he should get tougher with them and adopt the sergeant major approach that Allan Border, a former Australian captain, used with his players.

Read more: Copy Worrell and Sobers, not Border

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