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St John’s, Antigua – President of the West Indies Cricket Board Dr. Julian Hunte sent birthday wishes to legendary former West Indian batsmen Sir Everton Weekes. Born in Barbados in 1925, Sir Everton celebrated his 86th birthday on Saturday February 26th. “On behalf of the Board and the entire West Indies cricket family I send congratulations and warm wishes to Sir Everton on his 86th birthday,” Dr Hunte said. “A batsman of the...

 

St John’s, Antigua– Jamaican all rounder Nkrumah Bonner, who was today named on the West Indies Twenty20 squad for two matches against England has said that his time at the Sagicor High Performance Centre has helped his game significantly.

“I must say, the time spent at the Sagicor HPC is the reason why I’m here. The work I did there paid off in a big way. It...

Bridgetown, Barbados–West Indies will be aiming to “pull one back” against Pakistan when the two teams meet in the Fourth Digicel One Day International on Monday. The Windies trail 0-3 in the five-match Digicel Series and need a confidence booster.

Captain Darren Sammy outlined key areas his side will be paying close attention to as they enter the contest.

First ball at the...

Georgetown, Guyana– The WICB Selection Committee has named the following 13 players in the West Indies squad for the First Digicel Test:

Darren Sammy – Captain Brendan Nash – Vice Captain Devendra Bishoo Carlton Baugh Jr – Wicketkeeper Darren Bravo Shiv Chanderpaul Fidel Edwards Ravi Rampaul Kemar Roach Marlon Samuels Ramnaresh Sarwan...

Basseterre, St KittsOpening batsman Kraigg Brathwaite has joined fast bowler Kemar Roach as the two Scotiabank Kiddy Cricketers to play Test cricket.

Brathwaite, the 18-year-old Barbadian schoolboy, is making his debut against Pakistan in the Second Digicel Test at Warner Park and became the fifth youngest West Indies Test cricketer to do so.

Roach, the 22-year-old...

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