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Brian Lara back as Windies captain

April 01, 2003 00:24 IST

Brian Lara was re-appointed captain of the West Indies cricket team for the forthcoming home series against Australia, the BBC reported on Monday.

The star batsman, who landed the job again more than three years after he gave it up, replaces Carl Hooper for the four Tests and seven one-day internationals against the recently crowned World Cup champions.

Ramnaresh Sarwan would be his deputy.

Bennett King, the head of the Australian Cricket Academy, will replace Roger Harper as the coach.



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Sub: lara is no.1

lara is best than tendulkar .he isunmatchable player


Posted by shahid farooq





Sub: Brain Lara

The reinstatement as Brain as the skipper of West Indies could well turn the tide in favour of westindies and also give lara to make ...


Posted by samuel jonathan





Sub: Lara as WI captain

Lara is worth and it will give a new dimenssion to WEST INDIES CRICKET.Sarvan a captain's material is right on the move.So now it is ...


Posted by vinodhara shetty





Sub: Lara's capatancy

This is a very good decision taken by the Westindies Cricket Board. But at the same time former captain Carl Hooper should not be dropeed ...


Posted by G. Venkata Charyulu





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I am a real Windies fan for the last 40 years since the days of Sobers, Kanahai, Hall,Grffith, Gibbs and etc. Windies team has known ...


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