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HE THRILLED MANY a spectator with his powerful and explosive batting.
But on Wednesday night, legendary former West Indies captain Sir Vivian Richards was the one being thrilled after a statue of himself was unveiled outside the entrance to the main pavilion at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground at North Sound in Antigua.
At a ceremony which was attended by fellow cricket greats, Sir Wesley Hall, Sir Ian Botham, Clive Lloyd, Andy Roberts, Curtly Ambrose and Richie Richardson, Sir Vivian could not hide his excitement.
The occasion came two days ahead of today’s service which will see Roberts, Ambrose and Richardson being knighted during the first One-Day International between long-time arch rivals, West Indies and England.

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