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Sunday, March 25, 2007


Anyone who is currently following World Cup Cricket will recognize this name. Shivnarine Chanderpaul has been one of the main contributors in guaranteeing a spot for the West Indies team in the Super Eight Phase of the competition.

Chanderpaul, who had struggled in his first two Cup innings with scores of 19 and 21, was the catalyst of the Windies' chase, compiling 102 off 113 balls with ten fours and four sixes.

The little Guyanese opener started his onslaught in medium pacer Boyd Rankin's fifth over - the 10th of the innings, when a superb on-drive, two pulls and a flick to fine leg went for four consecutive boundaries. From thereon he played strokes to all parts of the ground to the delight of the near-capacity crowd.

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