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Kingston, Jamaica – The Boards of Directors of the West Indies Cricket Board and the Jamaica Cricket Association met in Kingston Jamaica last Sunday to discuss a number of issues of mutual interest. The meeting was the first of its kind between the WICB and JCA and was requested by the newly elected executive of the JCA. The agenda included Cricket Development, Player Management and Industrial Relations, Funding for Regional...

Cave Hill, Barbados – A superb bowling performance by Kavesh Kantasingh earned Combined Campuses & Colleges first innings lead of 83 over Windward Islands in the WICB First-class semi-final at 3Ws Oval.

The left-arm spinner ended with 5-38 from 16.2 overs as the Windwards were bundled out for 173 in reply to CCC’s 256. Kantasingh was celebrating all day as he reached his 100th first-...

Rajkot, India – Shanel Daley made a career-best 63 but it failed to guide the West Indies Women to a series win over India on Wednesday.

The compact left-hander from Jamaica hit six boundaries in her 112-ball innings, as Windies fell for 131 off 45.4 over, to lose by 57 runs at the Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground.

The 22-year-old Daley added 43 for the fifth wicket with Deandra Dottin...

St John’s, Antigua– The West Indies Cricket Board Selection Committee has selected Guyanese leg spinner Devendra Bishoo to join the West Indies World Cup squad.

Pending the approval of the ICC Technical Committee, the 25 year old Bishoo will replace the injured all rounder Dwayne Bravo.

Bishoo was the Player of the Tournament of Caribbean Twenty20 2010 and took another 6 wickets...

Mumbai, India – New Zealand booked their passage from Group A in to the ICC Cricket World Cup quarter-finals on Sunday after Brendon McCullum set up a 97-run victory with a chanceless century.

McCullum’s well paced 101 plus a late flurry which helped the Black Caps reach 358-6 with an overall tally of 12 sixes left the Canadians with a target which proved far beyond them.

Canada...

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