WI toil all day

14 October 2016

DUBAI – Beleaguered West Indies endured another chastening day yesterday as opener Azhar Ali stroked his 11th Test hundred to spearhead Pakistan’s domination of the opening day of the historic day-night first Test. The visitors were kept in the field all day at the... Read More


Fresh start

13 October 2016

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Whitewashed in the preceding Twenty20 and One-Day series, West Indies face the Herculean task of rescuing a tour in crisis when they clash with Pakistan in the historic day/night first Test starting today. The Caribbean side were a shadow... Read More


West Indies name ODI Squad for Tri-series in Zimbabwe

12 October 2016

ST JOHN’s – The Selection Panel of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has named the 15-man squad for the upcoming One-Day-International Tri-Nation series featuring Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka and West Indies. It will be staged in Zimbabwe from November 12 to 30. The... Read More


Celebrity cricket match at Grantley Adams Saturday

12 October 2016

WITH THE theme Pride. Industry. People: St Joseph Uh Come From, the Joseph Parish Independence Committee will be hosting a T20 celebrity cricket match on Saturday at the Grantley Adams Memorial School between Starcom Network/Nation Publishing and the Community Independence... Read More


Players see benefits of youth tourney

12 October 2016

TWO products of the annual Guardian Group Herman Griffith National Sports Council’s (NSC) Primary Schools’ Cricket Competition have highlighted the positive impact the competition has had on their development. Barbados wicketkeeper Mario Rampersaud and West Indies... Read More


Wet pitch forces delay in trial match

12 October 2016

THERE WAS another foul-up at the Foursquare Oval in St Philip yesterday as the Barbados Pride’s preparations for the upcoming Professional Cricket League regional first-class season hit a snag. Despite sunny conditions and a dry outfield, not a single ball was bowled... Read More


A THORNY ISSUE: Factors behind WI whitewash

12 October 2016

THE SOUL of West Indies cricket is at stake amidst all of the verbal wars in the past week. It shows that we have reached a juncture where individuals are prepared to fight with bare knuckles to get over their points, irrespective of who is maimed in the process.... Read More


NSC gets new blood

11 October 2016

THE SHORTAGE of cricket coaches at the National Sports Council (NSC) is finally coming to an end. Five new coaches are set to come to the crease at the state-run institution from early next month, headed by former Barbados captain and West Indies opener Sherwin Campbell.... Read More


Dottin leads WI to victory

11 October 2016

FALMOUTH – Player Of The Match Deandra Dottin snatched three wickets in one over as England Women dramatically lost their last six wickets for just three runs in the space of 29 deliveries, to hand West Indies Women an astonishing 38-run victory in the second One-Day... Read More


England edge WI Women

09 October 2016

TRELAWNY – West Indies women suffered a narrow five-run defeat to England women in a thrilling opener to their five match One-Day International series yesterday. Deandra Dottin grabbed three wickets for 21 runs, while Anisa Mohammed and Afy Fletcher each picked up... Read More


Windies in pink for Test

08 October 2016

LONDON – West Indies will be part of history when they face England in the first-ever day/night Test to be played on English soil, during their tour there next year. The England and Wales Cricket Board announced that Edgbaston in Birmingham will play host to the... Read More


Windies tumble

06 October 2016

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates – West Indies were in full-blown crisis yesterday after Babar Azam slammed a record third successive One-Day International hundred to condemn them to 136-run defeat, as Pakistan pulled off an emphatic 3-0 series whitewash and sent the... Read More


Bravo false shot

05 October 2016

WEST INDIES manager Joel Garner has brushed aside suggestions from outspoken allrounder Dwayne Bravo that the regional side is disorganised. In a swift response to claims by Bravo, who took issue with the timing of the West Indies Cricket Board’s (WICB) decision... Read More


Squad ‘low’ after Simmons sacking

04 October 2016

PORT OF SPAIN – Veteran West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo on Monday revealed that the West Indies Cricket Board’s decision to axe “trusted” head coach Phil Simmons on the day of the squad’s departure for Dubai, had left the Caribbean side demoralised for the ongoing... Read More


Edwards in trial match

04 October 2016

KIRK EDWARDS is now back in the Barbados mix-up. The former Barbados captain and West Indies’ top-order batsman has been selected to play in the first Barbados Pride three-day cricket trial match starting at 3Ws Oval, today from 10 a.m. Edwards represented Jamaica... Read More


No end to WI dry spell

01 October 2016

SHARJAH, United Arab Emirates – West Indies extended their miserable run when they slumped to a fourth straight defeat to Pakistan, losing the opening One-Day International by 111 runs under the Duckworth/Lewis method here yesterday. Chasing a revised target of 287... Read More


Archer builds his case

01 October 2016

RISING fast bowling all-rounder Jofra Archer created a stir in England earlier this year while representing county side Sussex. Now, he is back home in Barbados weighing his options about his international future while waiting on the first call from either England... Read More


ODI team looking to halt WI slide

30 September 2016

SHARJAH – On the heels of an embarrassing whitewash in the preceding Twenty20 series, West Indies’ three-match One-Day International (ODI) series against Pakistan will take on new value when it bowls off today. The reigning Twenty20 world champions showed little... Read More


Shamarh eyeing big scores

30 September 2016

SHAMARH BROOKS is looking to enhance his cricketing career on the forthcoming West Indies ‘A’ team tour of Sri Lanka. The Barbadian batsman has been chosen to captain the regional side for the four-day segment of the tour and considers it “an honour to lead the region”.... Read More


Pakistan: We totally outplayed Windies

29 September 2016

ABU DHABI – Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed says his side outplayed West Indies in every department during their 3-0 whitewash of the reigning world champions in the just concluded Twenty20 International series. “We never imagined that we would win the series 3-0.... Read More


WI ‘A’ hoping to be winners

29 September 2016

WEST INDIES ‘A’ are looking to return to the Caribbean with not one, but two wins under their belt this year. This is according to Graeme West, coach of the team which is headed to Sri Lanka today to play three four-day matches and three one-day matches “Some... Read More




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