Cricket

Hope leaps into ODI top 10

LONDON, England (CMC) — Shai Hope's back-to-back unbeaten hundreds in the recent one-day series against Bangladesh has catapulted him into the top 10 of the ICC batting rankings. Read More

Nice to beat you!
SYLHET, Bangladesh (AFP) — Left-arm pacer Sheldon Cottrell delivered a career-best 4-28 before Shai Hope struck a half-century, as West Indies crushed Bangladesh by eight wickets in their Twenty20 series opener yesterday.... Read More

Jaguars, Volcanoes notch easy wins
ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) — Four-time reigning champions Guyana Jaguars made light work of Leeward Islands Hurricanes by nine wickets to register their second-straight win of the Regional Four-Day Championship and enter the Christmas break top of the...... Read More

Titans slay Tigers in JCA Super League
Central Titans spinner Stephan Casey captured 11 wickets in the match to power his team to an easy nine-wicket victory over Eastern Tigers in the seventh-round Jamaica Cricket Association two-day Super League contest at Chedwin Park.... Read More

Upbeat Australia battle in Perth to build lead of 175 over India

Monday, December, 17 2018    

Perth , Australia (AFP) — Australia were confident yesterday that they can overcome a deteriorating pitch to build a match-winning lead in the second Test in Perth. Read More

Bangladesh coach cautious ahead of West Indies T20 showdown

Monday, December, 17 2018    

Sylhet , Bangladesh (AFP) — Bangladesh coach Steve Rhodes yesterday said he was reluctant to consider his men favourites for the Twenty20 series against West Indies, despite a streak of hot form against the Caribbean visitors. Read More

Lewis commitment under microscope in T20 squad

Sunday, December, 16 2018    

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) — Chief selector Courtney Browne has urged a “bigger commitment” from Evin Lewis, after the left-handed opener was named in a 15-man Twenty20 squad for tomorrow's start of the three-match series against Bangladesh. Read More

Casey, Salmon put Titans in charge

Sunday, December, 16 2018    

Spinner Stephan Casey and batsman Peat Salmon combined well yesterday to help Central Titans gain first-inning honours on the opening day of the Jamaica Cricket Association Super League match against Eastern Tigers at Chedwin Park. Read More

Thomas omission a selection blunder, says Powell

Sunday, December, 16 2018    

SYLHET, Bangladesh (CMC) — Interim West Indies o ne- d ay captain Rovman Powell conceded Friday leaving out speedster Oshane Thomas had been a mistake in the Caribbean side's selection for the decisive third... Read More

Kohli leads Indian fightback on day two in Perth

Sunday, December, 16 2018    

PERTH, Australia (AFP) — India expects captain Virat Kohli to continue to lead from the front after he guided their fightback on day two of the second Test against Australia at Perth yesterday. Read More

Hapless Scorpions succumb to Pride

Sunday, December, 16 2018    

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — A shocking batting collapse, inspired by Test left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican, sent Jamaica Scorpions to a stunning 41-run defeat inside three days, in their opening match of the Regional Four-Day Championship here yesterday. Read More

Hope stands alone as Windies suffer series defeat

Saturday, December, 15 2018    

SYLHET, Bangladesh (CMC) –— Shai Hope struck his second-successive hundred and fourth of his career, but West Indies' four-year wait for a One-Day series win continued here yesterday when they went down by eight wickets to Bangladesh in the decisive third One-Day... Read More

Australia happy after day one in Perth despite India fightback

Saturday, December, 15 2018    

PERTH, Australia (AFP) — Australia were pleased with their overall position at the end of the first day of the second Test against India yesterday, despite several top-order batsmen failing to capitalise on promising starts in Perth. Read More

ICC boss 'confident' of corruption-free World Cup

Friday, December, 14 2018    

NEW DELHI, India (AFP) — The head of cricket's world body said Wednesday he is confident of a corruption-free 2019 World Cup as the sport works overtime to disrupt criminals who attempt to fix matches. Read More

Pakistan captain calls on squad to play 'without fear' in South Africa

Friday, December, 14 2018    

KARACHI, Pakistan (AFP) — Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed yesterday urged his fellow teammates to play “without fear” during their tour of South Africa — a country where they have won only two Tests during their past five tours. Read More



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