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Chennai, India – Chris Gayle is ready to face England. The big left-hander said he strong again and will take his place at the top of the order in Thursday’s ICC Cricket World Cup Group B match.

The 31-year-old missed last week’s match against Ireland, but has recovered for what many see as the biggest match of the tournament so far. A win would take the Windies to the...

Wales, United Kingdom –  Stacy King showcased her batting ability with a blazing 108 off 55 balls as Trinidad and Tobago Women made it three wins in a row on their tour of the United Kingdom.

King, the left-handed middle-order batter, continued her good tour as she led the visitors to 339 for seven off their 50 overs at the Newport International field.

Other good contributions came...

Cave Hill, Barbados – Jonathan Carter missed out on a maiden first-class century on Saturday as the clash between Barbados and Combined Campuses & Colleges remained tantalising poised heading into Sunday’s third day.

The left-hander fell for 99, an innings that lifted Barbados to 195 all out in their second innings and set CC&C 173 to win their final round WICB First-Class...

Kingston, Jamaica, CMC – Darren Sammy said West Indies “the fighting spirit and belief”, and will focus on winning the first Digicel Test match against India, starting on Monday at Sabina Park.

 

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West Indies star player Stafanie Taylor has stormed into second place in the International Cricket Council's One-Day International Women’s Player Rankings for batters despite her side losing the recently completed five-match ODI series in India.

The 19-year-old all-rounder from Jamaica scored a total of 220 runs in the series, as well as claiming nine wickets, but her efforts were in...

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