Scorpions must execute team plans against Jaguars — Haynes

Jamaica Scorpions interim Head Coach Robert Haynes says his players have to execute team plans if they are to defeat leaders Guyana Jaguars in the West Indies four-day cricket match at Sabina Park, starting today. Read More

Gayle's 24th ton
Bridgetown , Barbados (AFP) — Contrasting centuries by Jason Roy and Joe Root paced England to a comfortable six-wicket victory over the West Indies with their record One-Day International run chase in a high-scoring opening game of a five-match series in Barbados...... Read More

Dave Cameron – The Real Success Behind West Indies Cricket
The glory days of West Indies cricket were not attained by sudden flight. The downfall of our cricket never happened overnight. The success that has been ongoing in recent times to include the just ended Test series against England is not something we wake up to one...... Read More

Photo: Gayle's 24th ton
Chris Gayle (right) of West Indies celebrates his century during the first ODIagainst England at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados, yesterday. (Photo: AFP)... Read More

The Wisden Trophy and promise of a brighter future

with Garfield Myers | Wednesday, February, 20 2019    

Back in the 1970s, 80s and 90s, West Indies beat England so often and held on to the prized Wisden Trophy for so long, it became almost boring. Read More

England expects as World Cup looms into view

Wednesday, February, 20 2019    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — With 99 days until the 2019 World Cup gets underway, might it be the year that England lift the global game's premier limited-overs trophy at long last? Read More

2019 Cricket World Cup: Who will be hot or not (part 1)

Wednesday, February, 20 2019    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — With Tuesday, February 19 marking 100 days to go before the start of the 2019 Cricket World Cup in England and Wales on May 30, AFP Sport looks at who will be hot — or not — at the showpiece... Read More

Eye on World Cup

Wednesday, February, 20 2019    

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (AFP) — England enter the homestretch of World Cup preparation with a five-match one-day international series beginning today at Kensington Oval against a West Indies team seeking to feed off the success of their Test side. Read More

Photos: Eye on World Cup Windies, England open ODI series today

Wednesday, February, 20 2019    

West Indiescricketers John Campbell (left) and Nicholas Pooran, and (below) England cricketers Jonny Bairstow (left) and Moeen Ali train yesterday — ahead of the first ODI at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados today. Read More

Cook confident England can end World Cup drought

Wednesday, February, 20 2019    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Alastair Cook believes England can end decades of World Cup disappointment with a triumph on home soil this year. Read More

India cricket star calls for Pakistan World Cup boycott

Wednesday, February, 20 2019    

NEW DELHI, India (AFP) — Spin star Harbhajan Singh has called for India to boycott their World Cup game against Pakistan in June, in protest against a Kashmir attack which left more than 40 paramilitaries dead. Read More

Colonial to sponsor Super50, home series

Wednesday, February, 20 2019    

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — Cricket West Indies on Monday unveiled Bermuda-based insurance company Colonial Group International as the title sponsors of the Regional Super50 domestic championship. Read More

Confident Jaguars arrive ahead of Scorpions clash

Tuesday, February, 19 2019    

WHILE stressing that every encounter is different, Guyana Jaguars Coach Rayon Griffith says his team is focused on completing the double against Jamaica Scorpions in this season's West Indies four-day championship. Read More

Windies trio make crucial gains in rankings

Tuesday, February, 19 2019    

LONDON, England (CMC) — West Indies Captain Stafanie Taylor, along with the new-ball pair of Shakera Selman and Shamilia Connell, have made important strides in the latest ICC women's one-day rankings released yesterday. Read More

Sir Viv honoured with portrait

Tuesday, February, 19 2019    

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) — Legendary former West Indies captain, Sir Vivian Richards, was recently honoured with a large portrait himself, during the second Test of the just concluded Test series here. Read More


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