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Bridgetown, Barbados – Barbados have dropped allrounder Dwayne Smith and recalled experienced pacer Pedro Collins in the 13-man squad for the opening match of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Four-Day first-class season against Trinidad and Tobago next week.

The team features four teenagers in – Kraigg Brathwaite, Shane Dowrich, Jason Holder and newcomer Roston Chase. The selectors...

Bridgetown, Barbados, CMC – West Indies were setback before lunch by two wickets in four balls to Ishant Sharma in the Second Digicel Test against India on Wednesday.

 

At the interval, West...

St John’s, Antigua– West Indies Cricket Board Chief Executive Officer Dr. Ernest Hilaire recently engaged media on a number of issues relating to West Indies cricket. Below are excerpts from his interview.

On the financial situation of the WICB

The financial situation is quite stable. One of the features of cricket boards around the world is the nature of the...

Bridgetown, Barbados – West Indies cricket legend Sir Garfield Sobers has spoken about what a “wonderful man” Gerry Alexander was and what a thrill it was to play alongside him in the West Indies cricket team.

Alexander, the former West Indies wicket-keeper, captain and team manager, died in his native Jamaica last weekend. He was 82.

Speaking from Barbados, Sir Garry said...

POINTE-A-PIERRE, Trinidad, CMC – Kirk Edwards anchored Barbados’ batting, and was within sight of a second first-class hundred in the WICB Regional first-class championship against Trinidad & Tobago on Friday.

Edwards was unbeaten on 75, as Barbados, choosing to bat, reached 133 for two in their first innings on a rain-marred opening day of their first round match...

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