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Windies meet Archbishop Tutu


Added 09 January 2015


Archbishop Desmond Tutu (second left) with West Indies captains (from left) Darren Sammy, Jason Holder and Denesh Ramdin. (Picture courtesy WICB Media)

CAPE TOWN – Members of the West Indies team paid a special visit to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu at his office today.

The Archbishop spoke to the team about his love for the game of cricket and sports in general. He urged the team to continue to be ambassadors for the game of cricket and for the West Indies region.

The Team presented the Archbishop with a special West Indies Team shirt.

West Indies and South Africa are in Cape Town for the opening contest of the three-match T20 Series.  

West Indies won the first match by four wickets.

Click here to read the match report. (PR/SAT)



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