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Caribbean Communications Giant Digicel has reached an agreement to end to its sponsorship relationship with Cricket West Indies one year early following a successful 13-year partnership. This was announced yesterday as the main sponsor of the regions cricket team pulled the plug one year early on a deal that was supposed to extend until 2019. 

The West Indies Cricket team continues to slip down the ICC Cricket rankings in all forms of cricket but this isn't believed to be the reason for the company saying goodbye to the WICB at this time.

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St. John’s, ANTIGUA – West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has appointed Kyazoonga as its new ticketing partner for its home series in all formats in the region.

Tickets for the upcoming one-day international tri-series with West Indies, Australia and South Africa, which begins on Friday, June 3 in Guyana, will be available on this new platform.

Kyazoonga is a worldwide leader in supplying ticketing systems and services to the sports, entertainment and leisure industries and they are already the partners for the Caribbean Premier League.

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The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) is preparing for upcoming home series in one-day internationals and tests starting June this year. That schedule will start with the Tri-Nation with South Africa and Australia and the India series in July along with the fourth running of the Caribbean Premier League.


While the players were dominating on the field of play and winning championships in the just concluded 2016 ICC World Twenty20; West Indies was winning in another key area – Event Planning.


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St. John’s, ANTIGUA - The report of the findings from the “alleged interference” in the selection process for the senior men’s team is in. The report also features a seven-point recommendation going forward.

Interviews were conducted with nine West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) personnel and the three cases which were under scrutiny was one home test series against Australia; one away one-day international series against Zimbabwe (which was cancelled) and the away ODI series against Sri Lanka…all in 2015.