Chanderpaul was the only batsman

link shivnotout Joined: Nov 30, 2009
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3/20/17 11:23:52 PM 
I remember] how the crowd chanted [Chanderpaul's] name from his first run to his 84th. What wonderful support when the entire Bourda stadium is calling your name"

link shivnotout Joined: Nov 30, 2009
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3/20/17 11:28:56 PM 
"Chanderpaul played brilliantly that game on his home ground. It was not an easy wicket to score on. We even bowled [Marcus] Trescothick!" Gough recalled. "So it was a big dismissal getting him out near the end, as he was attempting to further accelerate.

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3/20/17 11:29:56 PM 

link nickoutr Joined: Mar 21, 2008
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3/21/17 7:49:31 AM 
In reply to shivnotout
Nice memories ....
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link cricketmygame Joined: Feb 27, 2005
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3/21/17 11:11:47 AM 
"I was always called the first white West Indian to play for Yorkshire. I love the Caribbean. How the great West Indies team played was how I styled my cricket philosophy" DARREN GOUGH

link RemainsUnknown Joined: Apr 15, 2005
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3/21/17 11:46:22 AM 
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Darren Gough and Dominic Cork... I remembered the days when those 2 guys played together...

link Emir Joined: Aug 9, 2014
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3/22/17 7:24:32 AM 
In reply to RemainsUnknown

Darren Gough and Dominic Cork... I remembered the days when those 2 guys played together..


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In my book, this was only a few years ago.

Try memories of the 3 W's, of Sobers, Hall, Babu, wink

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