Glen McGrath Inducted Into Hall of Fame

The International Cricket Council inducted Australia’s fast bowler Glen McGrath into Hall of Fame. McGrath became the 68th male member of the Hall of Fame and he join fellow 2012-13 inductees West Indian Brian Lara and England’s Enid Bakewell in being recognized by the ICC and living members of the Hall of Fame. McGrath represented Australia in 124 test matches between 1993 and 2007 claiming 563 wickets at an average of 21.64.

West Indies Must Play Tougher

Some progress have been made by the West Indies cricket team in 2012 but the team as a whole will have to play tougher and more skillful cricket. Some players are too tense and they ought to open up and explore in order to lift their game. A perfect example of giving it all and playing to one’s full potential was fast bowler Jino Best who contributed significantly to the team in the test series against Bangladesh. He bowled very quick and with appreciable control. He apparently now learn the tactics and understand the measure need to be applied in taking wickets. Marlon Samuels is another heroic player whom has fully established for greatness for his authoritative roles in his batting. He proved that he is a match winner during the Twenty 20 world cup and also against team Bangladesh during the West Indies test series in that country. Samuels has a fascinating style and a confident approach to his cricket and the other players in the team should get to that confidence level and produce more for the Windies Cricket Team. There is need for some stability in the middle order and players must be in a position to learn quickly the state of the game and what is required of them.

Ramneresh Sarwan is Needed in Windies Squad

It is about time that chief selector of the West Indies cricket team Clyde Butts see the necessity to bring Ramneresh Sarwan back into the squad. Experience plus talent is what Sarwan would give to the team and the number three position in test cricket for the West Indies team still wide open for a unique candidate and that is Ramneresh Sarwan and that goes for the One Day international as well. Sarwan must return to the West Indies squad.

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