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This week's highlights (April 20-26, 2015)

International Cricket | APRIL 23, 2015

Preysal Phoenix sealed the T&T Women’s Cricket Association Premiership 50-over League title for the first time with a crushing 107-run victory over Technocrats in the tenth and final round at the Munroe Road Recreation Ground, last Sunday.

Phoenix ended the campaign with a perfect record, winning all ten of its matches. Technocrats finished second with 24 points, while Moosai Sports came a distant third with 15 points.

Source: The Trinidad Guardian Newspaper

International Cricket | APRIL 21, 2015

Kolkata: A day after the death of young cricketer Ankit Keshri due to an on-field injury, another cricketer Rahul Ghosh was hospitalised on Tuesday after he sustained an injury while fielding during a local league game between Kolkata Police and Vijay Sports in Kolkata.

Source: DNA India

International Cricket | APRIL 20, 2015

Young Lancashire batsman Liam Livingstone has smashed a world record 350 in just 138 balls during a one-day match.

The 21-year-old all-rounder bludgeoned 34 fours and 27 sixes for Nantwich in a Royal London National Club Championship game against Caldy.

Source: DNA India

International Cricket | APRIL 20, 2015

KOLKATA: West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee condoled the death of former Bengal Under-19 cricket captain Ankit Keshri, who died at a private city nursing home on Monday after sustaining a head injury in an on-field collision during a local game.

"Saddened, shocked with the news of young cricketer Ankit's death as a result of an on-field accident. My condolences and prayers. RIP," Banerjee posted on social networking site Twitter.

Source: Times of India