So close, yet so far

MANCHESTER, England — Though West Indies lost to New Zealand in their last outing at Old Trafford there was grit shown, particularly down the lower order, as Carlos Brathwaite made a stunning hundred at the other end. Read More

Is vintage Carlos Brathwaite here to stay?
MANCHESTER, England — “Remember the name!”... Read More

Lloyd to Brathwaite: Turn potential into reality
LONDON, England (CMC) — Former West Indies captain Clive Lloyd believes Carlos Brathwaite can be among the best all-rounders in the world but needs to show the consistency required to get to the highest level.... Read More

'There is no regret'
MANCHESTER, England — West Indies cricket star Andre Russell says he has no regret, despite his troublesome knees ruling him out of the rest of the ICC World Cup.... Read More

Lara recovering following health scare

Wednesday, June, 26 2019    

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — Iconic former West Indies batsman Brian Lara says he has been cleared of anything serious after being admitted to a hospital in Mumbai with chest pains yesterday. Read More

Boscobel the toast of St Mary Cricket Association Awards

Wednesday, June, 26 2019    

Boscobel Cricket Club emerged the toast of St Mary cricket as they walked away with the lion's share of the prizes at the awards ceremony for the recently concluded Sandals St Mary Maurice Clarke Big Bash T20 competition held at Beach Ocho Rios Resort. Read More

Australia crush England to reach World Cup semi-finals

Wednesday, June, 26 2019    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Australia captain Aaron Finch hit a hundred before left-arm quicks Jason Behrendorff and Mitchell Starc shared nine wickets as the reigning champions thumped England by 64 runs at Lord's yesterday to book their place in the semi-finals of the World... Read More

Windies fans stay true despite below par World Cup run

Sanjay Myers @ ICC Cricket World Cup In England & Wales | Tuesday, June, 25 2019    

MANCHESTER, England — The West Indies cricket team has endured a mostly lean period over the past decade or more, but has somehow continued to captivate fans far and wide for varying reasons. Read More

I'll be back!

Sanjay Myers @ ICC Cricket World Cup In England & Wales | Tuesday, June, 25 2019    

MANCHESTER, England — After pulling out of the remainder of the Cricket World Cup, the West Indies injured all-rounder Andre Russell is set to undergo surgery on his left knee tomorrow and should return to Jamaica within days. Read More

Bangladesh boost World Cup semi-final hopes with 62-run win over Afghanistan

Tuesday, June, 25 2019    

SOUTHAMPTON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Bangladesh boosted their bid to reach the World Cup semi-finals as Shakib Al Hasan's superb, all-round display inspired a 62-run win over Afghanistan yesterday. Read More

Photo: I'LL BE BACK!

Tuesday, June, 25 2019    

RUSSELL... this knee issue has been goingon for a while now (Photo: AFP) Read More

I nearly cried, says heartbroken Hetmyer

Monday, June, 24 2019    

MANCHESTER, England (CMC) — Rookie batsman Shimron Hetmyer has revealed he was nearly brought to tears following West Indies' heartbreaking defeat to New Zealand on Saturday, but has urged his teammates to lift themselves and make the most of their last three matches of the World... Read More

Brathwaite reflects on the ball that could have changed the game

Sanjay Myers @ ICC Cricket World Cup In England & Wales | Monday, June, 24 2019    

MANCHESTER, England — For West Indies supporters, the inquest will continue for some time after Saturday's drama-filled, five-run loss to New Zealand in a contest widely considered the best of the 2019 ICC World Cup so far. Read More

Du Plessis blasts 'mediocre' South Africa after World Cup exit

Monday, June, 24 2019    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Faf du Plessis admitted South Africa's limp World Cup exit was embarrassing, as the furious captain branded his under performing team “mediocre” and challenged them to take responsibility for their disastrous showing. Read More

Brathwaite ton in vain as New Zealand win Windies thriller

Sunday, June, 23 2019    

MANCHESTER, United Kingdom (AFP) — Carlos Brathwaite hit a stunning century, but just fell short of leading the West Indies to a remarkable victory as New Zealand won a World Cup thriller by five runs yesterday. Read More


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