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Colombo, Sri Lanka – Three West Indies players turned in career-best performances on Sunday but the Windies still went under to Sri Lanka by 26 runs in the 3rd and final ERI One-Day International at the Sinhalese Sports Club.

The result meant Sri Lanka won the three-match series 2-0 with one match being rained off.

The visitors were bowled out 251 off 49 overs in reply to the home side...

St Augustine, Trinidad – Brendan Nash made a superb century as Jamaica control to take control over Trinidad & Tobago at lunch on the second day of their WICB First-class semi-final on Saturday.

The left-handed Nash started the day on 96 and went on to score his eighth first class century as he continued to put the T&T bowlers to the sword. He went to the break on 146 not out and with...

New Delhi, India – West Indies will not have the services of Dwayne Bravo for the rest of the ICC Cricket World Cup, but the allrounder will be with the team in spirit.

Skipper Darren Sammy said on Sunday that the team will be taking “inspiration” from Bravo as they face the Netherlands in their second Group B match on Monday. First ball in the day/night match at Feroz Shah Kotla...

West Indies star player Stafanie Taylor has stormed into second place in the International Cricket Council's One-Day International Women’s Player Rankings for batters despite her side losing the recently completed five-match ODI series in India.

The 19-year-old all-rounder from Jamaica scored a total of 220 runs in the series, as well as claiming nine wickets, but her efforts were in...

Kingston, Jamaica – Fidel Edwards is eyeing a successful comeback to the international stage. The fiery fast bowler, who was sidelined for a long period with a back injury, has been named in the West Indies squad to face India in the First Digicel Test match. First ball at Sabina Park on Monday is 10 am (11 am Eastern Caribbean Time). The 29-year-old Edwards joined Windies team-mates in a full three-hour training session on...

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