Cricket

Stokes admits to 'memory blackout' on street brawl

Saturday, August, 11 2018    

BRISTOL, United Kingdom (AFP) — England cricketer Ben Stokes agreed he had a “significant memory blackout” over a street brawl, but told a court yesterday he was “absolutely not” an angry man who had lost all control. Read More

Munro, Ramdin power Knight Riders past hapless Stars

Friday, August, 10 2018    

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — Swashbuckling knocks from Colin Munro and Denesh Ramdin propelled defending champions Trinbago Knight Riders to a record-breaking total and a comfortable 100-run win over the St Lucia Stars in the opening match of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL)... Read More

Chandimal returns to Sri Lanka T20 squad after ban

Friday, August, 10 2018    

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AFP) — Sri Lanka skipper Dinesh Chandimal returned to their Twenty20 squad yesterday after serving an international ban for breaching the spirit of the game. Read More

Rain washes out first day of Lord's Test

Friday, August, 10 2018    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Rain meant there was no play on the first day of the second Test between England and India at Lord's yesterday. Read More

Stokes 'could have killed me', says cleared defendant

Friday, August, 10 2018    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Ryan Hale, a former soldier allegedly knocked out by Ben Stokes, said the England cricketer “could have killed me”, their trial heard yesterday, as the ex-serviceman was formally cleared of affray. Read More

New-look England try to do without Stokes in 2nd India Test

Thursday, August, 9 2018    

London , United Kingdom (AFP) – England will be without Ben Stokes while India could make changes too for the second Test at Lord's today. Read More

Trinidad defeat Guyana inside two days, as Bishop grabs nine wickets for Barbados

Thursday, August, 9 2018    

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC) — Defending champions Trinidad and Tobago trounced early leaders Guyana by nine wickets inside two days, while Barbados' Joshua Bishop grabbed a historic nine-wicket haul to put Barbados in control against the Leeward Islands after the second day of play... Read More

Sri Lanka end losing streak against South Africa in tense clash

Thursday, August, 9 2018    

Pallekele , Sri Lanka (AFP) —Suranga Lakmal took three key wickets in a tense encounter yesterday cut short by rain to guide Sri Lanka to their first one-day win over South Africa in 12 matches. Read More

Brand new CPL trophy up for grabs

Wednesday, August, 8 2018    

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — The winners of this year's 2018 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) will walk away with a brand new trophy. Read More

Jamaica in control, Guyana stage fightback

Wednesday, August, 8 2018    

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC) – Jamaica are in a good position to claim first innings lead over the Windward Islands, while Guyana staged a fightback against Trinidad and Tobago after being skittled out on the opening day of the second round of matches in the Regional Under-19... Read More

England's Stokes mimicked gay men, says doorman

Wednesday, August, 8 2018    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Ben Stokes made “stupid noises” and “camp gestures” to mimic two gay men outside a nightclub, a doorman said yesterday at the England cricketer's trial for alleged affray. Read More

Hero CPL inks four-year deal with FOX Sports Australia

Wednesday, August, 8 2018    

The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) and FOX Sports Australia yesterday announced a new partnership which will deliver live coverage to Australian cricket fans over the next four years. Read More

Windies' Under-15 team to tour England

Wednesday, August, 8 2018    

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) — A West Indies Under-15 squad is headed to... Read More

Ponting says Australia ball-tampering bans 'shocked' world cricket

Wednesday, August, 8 2018    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Ricky Ponting believes the lengthy bans given to former Australia c aptain Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft for their roles in March's ball-tampering scandal in South Africa have been a beneficial... Read More

Windies need solutions to middle overs dilemma, says Brathwaite

Tuesday, August, 7 2018    

LAUDERHILL, United States (CMC) — Captain Carlos Brathwaite has lamented West Indies' batting failure which led to their series 1-2 loss to Bangladesh here Sunday night, stressing the Caribbean side needed to find solutions to their poor strike rotation during the middle... Read More



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