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Mohali, India, CMC – With a quarter-final berth in sight, resurgent West Indies will be anxious to quell any resistance from giant-killers Ireland when they clash in their Group B, World Cup clash here Friday.

The Caribbean side started their campaign with a seven-wicket loss to South Africa but since then has hammered out impressive wins – a 215-crushing of the Netherlands and a...

Colombo – West Indies captain Darren Sammy shares the view that spin bowling will play a major role in the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup.

Speaking after the Windies second warm-up match against Sri Lanka, Sammy backed his slow bowlers to perform on the big stage.

“Spin will be effective during the tournament. It is quite clear. If you had a close look at the warm-up matches you would see the ball...

Bridgetown, Barbados – Thrilling last ball finishes seem the order of the day in Caribbean Twenty20. Another knife edged finish was had as Windward Islands sneaked past Guyana by two runs as the tournament continues in Barbados.

With 16 runs needed in the last over as Guyana chased Windwards’138 for 8 from 20 overs, the Guyanese – renowned experts at last over...

Georgetown, Guyana - Fast bowler Fidel Edwards has signalled his readiness to return to the highest level of the game.

The fiery 29-year-old was last week invited to participate in a two day practice match prior to the First Digicel Test match against Pakistan at the Guyana National Stadium.

He was out of the game for close to two years and made an impressive return for Barbados earlier this...

Bassettere, St. Kitts– As the West Indies and Pakistan teams do battle in the Second Digicel Series Test, dozens of primary school cricketers from St. Kitts and Nevis are getting ready for their big debut at Warner Park.

Over 140 primary school children will take centre stage at Warner Park as part of the Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket Programme for the energetic International Interval Display.

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