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Mohali, India – The Windies were asked to take first strike after Ireland won the toss.

The Caribbean team suffered a major blow, losing the services of power hitter Chris Gayle who is suffering from a slight abdominal strain. Fast bowling allrounder Andre Russell has come into the side for his first One-Day International, while Shiv Chanderpaul has moved up the order to partner Devon...

St Augustine, Trinidad –  Brendan Nash hit his maiden first-class double century while Wavell Hinds made his 23rd hundred, as Jamaica dominated the Trinidad and Tobago bowling on Saturday.

The left-handed Nash carved out a fine 207 to help push the defending champions to 574-7 on the second day of their WICB First-Class Championship semi-final at the Sir Frank Worrell Oval. He received...

 

St John’s, Antigua– The expansion and re-energization of the Kiddy Cricket Programme continues in earnest. The West Indies Cricket Board and Scotiabank officially launched the 2011 Kiddy Cricket Programme in Antigua, on Thursday at the Scotiabank Headquarters in St John’s.

The Kiddy Cricket launch commemorates a...

ST. AUGUSTINE, Trinidad, CMC – Denesh Ramdin is well aware that he was dropped from the West Indies team principally because of his lack of prowess in front of the stumps, rather than behind. The Trinidad...

Georgetown, GuyanaWest Indies Vice Captain Brendan Nash is quietly confident of personal and team success as the Windies continue to prepare for the Digicel Test Series against Pakistan. Speaking on Tuesday, the left-hander said the build-up was “going really well” ahead of the start of the First Digicel Test at the Guyana National Stadium.

First ball is 10 am (9...

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