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St John’s, Antigua – World rated players Stafanie Taylor, Deandra Dottin and Anisa Mohammed will be back in action for the Windies Women as the Pakistan Women’s team will next month embark on an eight match tour of the Caribbean. The tour will start on August 28 in St Vincent and conclude on September 11 in Guyana. In another first for regional women’s cricket, Guyana will host the inaugural international day/night women’s match...

Kingston, Jamaica – The West Indies Cricket Board today announced that Umpire Norman Malcolm has been shifted to the 3rdUmpire role for the 5thDigicel Pearls One Day International at Sabina Park on Thursday.

Trinidadian umpire, Joel Wilson will stand in his maiden One Day International alongside Ian Gould.

Umpire Malcolm was originally appointed to stand in the match but has a physical...

Bridgetown, Barbados – West Indies fast bowler Ravi Rampaul had another good performance on Tuesday, the opening day of the Second Digicel Test match against India.


On a Kensington Oval pitch, offering...

Vadodara, India – West Indies Women beat India Women by three wickets on Saturday to take a 2-1 lead in the five-match One-Day International Series. The Windies girls fought hard to reach 159-7 off 49.2 overs – to win with four balls to spare, after they bowled out the Indians for 156 off 48.2 overs at Reliance Stadium. The Windies bounced back from their 10-run defeat in the second match with the bowlers doing the job once more....

Chennai, India – Andre Russell turned in a superb allround performance but it was not enough to provide West Indies with a victory over England in their ICC Cricket World Cup match on Thursday.

Russell took four wickets as the Windies bowled out England for 243, and then made 49 off 46 balls in his side’s total of 225 as England won by 18 runs in a thriller.

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