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Teenager Jayden Seales’ Test match debut proved to be the lone highlight for the West Indies on an otherwise dismal opening day of the first Test against South Africa at the Darren Sammy Cricket Ground in St Lucia, yesterday, and West Indies skipper Kraigg Brathwaite has already labelled the youngster “a special talent”.

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Without a series win on home soil against South Africa, West Indies begin their two-Test rubber against the Proteas with a better than average chance of improving that record. 

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West Indies Test captain, Kraigg Brathwaite, believes he can use his extensive experience at the highest level to make an impact for Gloucestershire in his upcoming stint in the County Championship with the west country outfit.

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Chief selector Roger Harper has praised deposed captain Jason Holder’s attitude during the recent Sri Lanka series, contending the all-rounder had been “exemplary” in his approach and a source of inspiration for his teammates.

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The West Indies wrested the advantage back from Sri Lanka by rallying to post 354 in their first innings, though the second Test is still very much in the balance after the tourists themselves staged a fightback after losing early wickets to close the second day on 136 for three, trailing by 218 runs at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua, yesterday.

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West Indies’ former Test skipper Jason Holder says patience will be the key for the home team’s bowlers as they try to get on top of Sri Lanka on the third day of the second Test, at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, in Antigua, today.

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Two series in the bag with one to go.

In fact, if you tack on the unexpected success in the two Tests in Bangladesh last month, that’s three series wins in a row for the West Indies across the three formats of the international game.

So whether or not they successfully chased that potentially challenging target of 275 in the final One-Day International of the three-match series against Sri Lanka in Antigua yesterday, it’s fair to say the regional side are on a roll.

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NEWS of the appointment of Mr Kraigg Brathwaite as West Indies captain for the Test series against the visiting Sri Lanka team starting in Antigua next weekend comes as no surprise.

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Several of the outstanding performers in the recent Test series triumph in Bangladesh will be back in action on home soil. The occasion will be the “Best v Best” four-day match at the Coolidge Cricket Ground, starting today. First ball daily is 10am.