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Mohali, India – West Indies opener Devon Smith spoke about the joy he felt after making his maiden One-Day International century in the Windies victory over Ireland on Friday.

The confident left-hander made a determined 107 to surpass his previous career-best of 91 off 76 balls, made against South Africa in Johannesburg three years ago.

The breakthrough innings helped the Windies...

Mumbai, India – Dominican umpire Billy Doctrove will officiate in the final quarter-final at the World Cup between co-hosts Sri Lanka and England on Saturday.

The International Cricket Council, the sport’s World governing body, released the umpire appointments for the quarter-finals on Monday, with Doctrove to stand alongside Australian Simon Taufel at the Premadasa Stadium here. Doctrove...

Cave Hill, Barbados – An excellent spell off off-spin bowling by skipper Liam Sebastien has given the Windward Islands a slight advantage over Combine Campuses & Colleges at tea on the opening day of the WICB First-class semi-final at the 3Ws Oval.

The 27-year-old has so far taken 3-26 from  21 overs, as the home side reach the break on 188-5 Sebastien, who gave the ball generous flight...

St John’s, AntiguaThe West Indies Cricket Board CEO Dr. Ernest Hilaire today responded to a letter from the Honourable Dr. Frank Anthony, Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport in Guyana.

Dr. Anthony had written to Chairman of Selectors Clyde Butts seeking clarification on the status of Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Ramnaresh Sarwan in West Indies cricket.

Mr. Butts...

St John’s, Antigua– President of the West Indies Cricket Board Dr. Julian Hunte sent condolences to the daughters of Esmond Kentish following his passing yesterday.

Kentish who played two Test matches for the West Indies in 1948 and 1954 was the oldest living West Indian cricketer. He was 94 years old at the time of his passing.

“Esmond was a perfect gentleman who was...

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