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Darren Sammy has utilised impressive motivational skill to unite his West Indies team in their World Twenty20 title win. Photograph: Matthew Lewis-IDI/IDI via Getty Images

West Indies’ captain has forged a team of champions by uniting some tricky characters from different nations

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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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ESPN cricket columnist Mark Nicholas has apologised to West Indies men’s captain Darren Sammy and his side for his “no brains” comment before the start of the ICC T20 World Cup.

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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

The broadcaster Mark Nicholas, left, wrote that his comments were ‘unworthy of the game and disrespectful to a great cricketing legacy’. Photograph: Mark Kolbe/Getty Images

• Captain Darren Sammy lamented criticism of his side
• Broadcaster offers apology for ‘throwaway’ comment

Read more: Mark Nicholas apologises for describing West Indies as ‘short of brains’

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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