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Bridgetown, Barbados - Jamaica captain Tamar Lambert says achieving a fourth straight regional four-day title will be a special motivation for his side when they face Combined Campuses & Colleges in the WICB First Class Championship final starting Friday.

First ball at the 3Ws Oval is 10 am (9 am Jamaica Time).

The Jamaicans, under the unassuming Lambert have dominated the regional...

St John’s, Antigua– Dozens of Digicel Grassroots Cricketers in St Lucia got the rare opportunity to observe some of the finest cricketers on the world stage in action recently.

The young cricketers were present at the Mindoo Phillip Park as Pakistan played the Vice Chancellor’s XI in their warm up game prior to the start of the Digicel Series.

West Indies Vice Captain Dwayne...

St John’s, Antigua– The West Indies Cricket Board announces the appointment of retired Assistant Commissioner of Police of Guyana, Paul Slowe to the post of Security Manager.

Slowe’s immediate responsibilities will include preparing a comprehensive overarching WICB Security Policy in addition to a Security Plan for the Digicel Series 2011.

The 55 year old veteran of the...

Scores at lunch on the third day of their seventh round match in the WICB First-class championship on Sunday:

At 3Ws Oval: Barbados 90 (Jason Haynes 49, Shane Dowrich 20; Kavesh Kantasingh 7-22, Ryan Austin 2-3) and 195 (Jonathan Carter 99, Kraigg Brathwaite 29; Kavesh Kantasingh 4-50, Kevin McClean 2-25, Carlos Brathwaite 2-32, Ryan Austin 2-42) Combined Colleges & Campuses 113 (...

Hambantota, Sri Lanka – Sri Lanka vice-captain Mahela Jayawardena scored the fourth fastest hundred in Cricket World Cup history to star in his team’s comprehensive win by 210 runs over Canada.

Sri Lanka batted first and posted a massive 332 for 7 in its 50 overs and then bowled out Canada for 122 in 36.5 overs in the first international match at the new at the Mahinda Rajapakse...

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