WI players join ICC's Room to Read

03 March 2015

SYDNEY, Australia – Members of the West Indies team took time out from their busy schedule to host a group of aspiring cricketers at the Sydney Cricket Ground recently. Read More


Amla helps South Africa to big total in 201-run win against Irish

03 March 2015

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Hashim Amla's 20th one-day international century set South Africa on course for their second 400-plus total in an as many World Cup matches and a 201-run win over Ireland. Read More


Former ICC chief Dalmiya returns as BCCI president

02 March 2015

NEW DELHI (AP) — Former International Cricket Council chief Jagmohan Dalmiya returned as president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India on Monday after current ICC boss Narainswamy Srinivasan was barred from seeking re-election. Read More


Battle of sexes on cricket field

02 March 2015

THE FAIRER SEX will be batting and bowling against the men in this year’s Barbados Cricket Association’s (BCA) Second Division competition. Read More


Sri Lanka may be peaking

02 March 2015

YESTERDAY’S CONTRASTING victories of two sub-continental teams in different pools were vital and instructive. Read More


WI skipper still upbeat after thrashing

02 March 2015

PERTH – West Indies arrived in Perth still smarting from last Friday’s heavy loss to South Africa but hoping to regroup ahead of next week’s clash with reigning World champions India. Read More


England lose again, Pakistan win

01 March 2015

WELLINGTON – England lost another Cricket World Cup match by a big margin Sunday, and their odds of making the quarter-finals are fading. Read More


WI ‘a cancer’

01 March 2015

THE AILING West Indies’ cricket has been likened to a cancer and a renewed call has been made for the regional board to be accountable to Caribbean people. Read More


COZIER ON CRICKET: WI need another Waight

01 March 2015

DENNIS WAIGHT is a name repeatedly cited by the players as critical to the development of the great West Indies team of the 1980s as they themselves. His influence was once more raised by Joel Garner in an interview on SportsMax, the television channel out of Jamaica, last week. Read More


Fast, full, furious

01 March 2015

THERE was no more convincing proof of the worth of fast, full-length swing bowling thanin the gripping, low-scoring contest between the twodown-under neighbours at Auckland’s Eden Park yesterday. Read More



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