Yorkshire sap Maple in T20

18 May 2015

RYAN LAYNE showed his vast experience in domestic cricket as he guided Division One side, IGS Insurance Brokers Yorkshire, to an upset seven-wicket win over two-time champions Maple in the second series of the Sagicor Twenty20 yesterday. Read More


Drakes: All not lost despite defeat

18 May 2015

COLOMBO – Head coach of West Indies women Vasbert Drakes says all is not lost after the regional side was outplayed by Sri Lanka in the second One Day International (ODI) of a four-match series at the R Premadasa Stadium on Friday. Read More


Two still unbeaten in T20

17 May 2015

ST CATHERINE and Pickwick moved to 2-0 with back-to-back victories in the Sagicor General T20 cricket competition today. Read More


Clarke feels for Pietersen

17 May 2015

SYDNEY (AP) – Australian Test cricket captain Michael Clarke says he feels for Kevin Pietersen and would like to see him back in the England side – to a degree. Read More


400 schoolboys idle as boycott bites

17 May 2015

AROUND 400 schoolboy cricketers didn’t get a chance to bat, bowl or field yesterday as the Barbados Association of Principals of Public Secondary Schools (BAPPSS) boycotted the first day of the new cricket season. Read More


COZIER ON CRICKET: No strangers to conflict

17 May 2015

EXCEPT for a couple of clear-cut differences, Chris Gayle and Kevin Pietersen are two peas from the same cricketing pod. Read More


Six start on winning note as schools boycott

16 May 2015

THERE WERE VICTORIES for Maple, Carlton, MTW, St Catherine, Pickwick and YMPC as the majority of matches in the first round of the Sagicor General T20 cricket competition were played today at various venues. Read More


Graves made no promises to Pietersen

16 May 2015

LONDON (AP) – Colin Graves officially took over as the chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) on Friday – and marked the occasion by reigniting a spat with the country’s most controversial player. Read More


West Indies Women tumble to six-wicket defeat

15 May 2015

AFTER A BIG opening victory on the tour to Sri Lanka, West Indies women lost the first official One Day International cricket match by six wickets on Friday. Read More


Pakistan cricket chief says Zimbabwe official confirms tour

15 May 2015

ISLAMABAD (AP) — Zimbabwe's cricket team will tour Pakistan next week after receiving clearance from its government, Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shaharyar Khan said on Friday. Read More




Should private waste haulers continue their protest against the tipping fee?

Yes – Their livelihoods are at stake.
No – The health of the nation is at stake.
Don’t know.