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Conrad Hunte - Playing Career
... — Sobers went on to make a then world-record 365 not out as the West Indies reached 790 for 3 declared. 622 runs at an average of 77.75, and the West Indies won the series 3-1 ... After this successful start, Hunte was the West Indies' regular opening batsman for the next nine years, and vice captain of the team for eight of them ...
History Of Cricket In The West Indies From 1945–46 To 1970 - Post-war Cricket To 1970 - International Tours To 1970 - India 1961–62
1st Test at Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad – West Indies won by 10 wickets 2nd Test at Sabina Park, Kingston – West Indies won by an innings and 18 runs 3rd Test ...
Indies - History
... The New World was initially thought to be the easternmost part of the Indies by explorer Christopher Columbus, who had grossly underestimated the westerly distance from Europe to Asia ... Later, to avoid confusion, the New World came to be called the "West Indies", while the original Indies came to be called the "East Indies" ... was once primarily used to describe people of all of the East Indies, but more recently, it has been used widely to refer to an Indian from India, in order to avoid the ...
2011 Cricket World Cup - Matches - Group Stage - Group B
... Africa 0 ... +2.026 10 India 0 ... +0.900 9 England 0 ... +0.072 7 West Indies 0 ... +1.066 6 Bangladesh 0 ... –1.361 6 Ireland 0 ... –0.696 4 Netherlands 6. 0 ...
History Of Cricket In New Zealand From 1945–46 To 1970 - International Tours of New Zealand - West Indies 1955–56
1st Test at Carisbrook, Dunedin – West Indies won by an innings and 71 runs 2nd Test at Lancaster Park, Christchurch – West Indies won by an innings and 64 runs 3rd Test at ...

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