BIRMINGHAM, England – Adrian Barath said West Indies still had a strong desire to collect their first Test victory in England for more than a decade, when they face the hosts in the third and final Test, starting on Thursday at Edgbaston.
The Windies opener said on Tuesday that the visitors were looking to sign off the Test series against England...
LEICESTER, England – Head coach Ottis Gibson says embattled West Indies have played well in patches on the England tour but were still being hampered by “poor decision making” at critical moments.
Speaking ahead of Thursday’s start of the final Test at Edgbaston, Gibson said while the young side had shown potential especially in unfamiliar...
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – West Indies A came alive in a spectacular last hour to gain the upper hand over India A at the close of the third day of the first four-day ‘Test’ match on Monday.
Fast bowlers Jason Holder and Delorn Johnson bowled with pace and extracted sideways movement as they ripped out three wickets in the final session to set-up up an enthralling final day on Tuesday.
St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board today announced the following 15 players to the West Indies One Day International squad for the ongoing tour of the United Kingdom:
West Indies One Day International Squad – UK Tour 2012
Darren Sammy – Captain
Dwayne Bravo – Vice Captain
Bridgetown, Barbados – Lendl Simmons hit a stroke-filled half-century as West Indies A team reached 93 for two in the second innings of the first Digicel four-day ‘Test’ against India A in the morning session on Monday.
The right-hander, making a comeback to first-class cricket, made 53 with five fours and two sixes off just 66 balls as the home side went to lunch on the third day with an overall lead of...