England make 399 in 1st innings, West Indies 155-4 at close

14 April 2015

NORTH SOUND, Antigua (AP) — England overcame a late order collapse before lunch to regain the initiative in the final two sessions of the second day of the first test against the West Indies on Tuesday. Read More


England bats thrash WI

14 April 2015

NORTH SOUND – England flags flew high and the lack of West Indies’ bowling potency was exposed, as the visitors who brought a big band of supporters batted themselves into a position of dominance in the sunshine of St John’s yesterday. Read More


Roach defends decision to bowl first

14 April 2015

WEST INDIES fast bowler Kemar Roach has poured cold water on the critics’ theory that they should’ve batted first on winning the toss on yesterday’s opening of the first cricket Test against England at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. Read More


Bell, Root help England recover vs West Indies in 1st test

13 April 2015

NORTH SOUND, Antigua (AP) — Ian Bell hit a polished 143 for his 22nd test century to help turn a precarious start for England into a powerful position on the opening day of the first test of the three-match series against West Indies at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium on Monday. Read More


LUNCH: England are 49-3 vs WI

13 April 2015

AT NORTH SOUND, Antigua – The West Indies pacers won the first session, as England reached 49 for three at lunch on the first day of the first Test match. Read More


On the Ottis side

12 April 2015

Look who is back in town. Ottis Gibson was fired as West Indies team coach last August after more than four years in the position. Read More


COZIER ON CRICKET: In the same boat

12 April 2015

EXCEPT for the significant disparity in their ICC rankings, England and the West Indies start the first Test series of the year at the Viv Richards Stadium in Antigua tomorrow with much in common. Read More


Richie Benaud dies

10 April 2015

SYDNEY (AP) – Within hours of his death on Friday, former Australia cricket captain and pioneering television commentator Richie Benaud was described as a “national treasure” and praised by his peers, current players and the country’s prime minister. Read More


Experience key, says Ramdin

10 April 2015

ST JOHN’S – Captain Denesh Ramdin believes the experience of veteran left-hander Shiv Chanderpaul and the senior bowlers, will be critical if West Indies are to seriously challenge England in the upcoming three-Test cricket series. Read More


Kumar Sangakkara named Wisden's top cricketer for 2nd time

08 April 2015

LONDON (AP) — Sri Lanka great Kumar Sangakkara has been honoured as the leading cricketer in the world for the second time by Wisden Cricketers' Almanack. Read More




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