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Delhi, India – West Indies opened their ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 on the losing end as they succumbed to South Africa by seven wickets on Thursday night at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium.

The Windies were outplayed at the Proteas looked efficient in all departments. A.B. de Villiers hit a superb unbeaten 107 as South Africa easily reached 223-3 off 42.5 overs, to win with more than seven overs to...

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad – Summarised scores on the second and final day of the Second Round of matches in  the West Indies Cricket Board’s Under-15 Tournament on Wednesday:

At Honeymoon Park: Windward Islands 107-8 off 30 overs (Roland Kato 33, Valange St Anges 26, Gidron Pope 20, Chad Williams 6-39) and 29-1 off 6.3 overs). Barbados 91 all out off 28 overs (Joshua...

Mohali, India – The West Indies team has formed a strong brotherhood as they continue their campaign at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011.

Speaking to the media on Thursday, skipper Darren Sammy outlined that all members of the team were supporting each other and working extremely well together as they prepare to face Ireland in their fourth Group B match at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium...

Kingston, St Vincent – As the West Indies Women continue their intense preparations for the upcoming series against Pakistan Women, Head Coach Sherwin Campbell says the tour will be a “big opportunity” for the team to continue its development and for players to step up and announce themselves on the world stage.

The Windies are presently in camp as they prepare for the eight-match...

CAVE HILL, Barbados, CMC – Windward Islands bowlers upstaged a half-century from Kyle Corbin to put their side in a favourable position over Combined Campuses & Colleges in the WICB Regional first-class championship on Saturday.

Garey Mathurin captured three wickets for 27 runs from 14 overs, Windwards captain Liam Sebastien took two for 43 from 22 overs, and Nelon Pascal...

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