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Warwickshire, England – The Trinidad and Tobago Women had mixed results on Thursday as they faced Warwickshire in two Twenty/20 matches on their tour of the United Kingdom. The Trinis lost the first match by one run but rebounded to win the second by three wickets.

In the opening match Trinidad and Tobago rested several leading players as Warwickshire made 115 for seven off their 20...

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...

Georgetown, Guyana – Opener Lendl Simmons stroked his ninth first-class century as Trinidad and Tobago took command of their final round match in the WICB First Class Championship against Guyana on Friday.

The 26-year-old right-hander hit a fluent 134 not out as he propelled the visitors to 291-4 at the close of the opening day at the Guyana National Stadium at Providence.

Winning the...

Cave Hill, Barbados – Kavesh Kantasingh wrecked the Windward Islands batting on Saturday to propel Combined Campuses & Colleges one step closer to the final of the WICB First-Class Championship.

The left-arm spinner snatched 5-38 as the Windwards, chasing CCC’s 256, were shot out for a paltry 173, handing the hosts a lead of 83. At the close of the second day of the semi-final clash at...

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...

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