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For many years the West Indies team ruled the cricket world, playing undefeated in a Test series for over 15 years. Recently the West Indies team has suffered several losses but with the emergence of new high-calibre players the future for the West Indies cricket team looks very good!

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England batsman Keaton Jennings to leave Durham for Lancashire at end of season

 
Keaton Jennings is leaving Durham to join Lancashire
Keaton Jennings is leaving Durham to join Lancashire

England batsman Keaton Jennings has agreed a four-year deal with Lancashire after becoming the latest high-profile player to leave Durham.

Jennings, 25, who was dropped from the Test side this summer but still hopes to make his way into Wednesday's Ashes squad, cited his continued international ambitions for the "agonising" decision to jump ship.

Durham have already lost their Twenty20 captain Paul Coughlin to Nottinghamshire, which drew the ire of chairman and Sky Sports pundit Sir Ian Botham, while record wicket-taker Graham Onions also announced his intention to move on at the conclusion of the campaign.

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