Windies Mens Team

Sammy cherishes maiden Test hundred

Nottingham, England – Darren Sammy said it was a good feeling to have completed his maiden Test hundred for West Indies in the second Test against the World No.1 England on Saturday.

Watched by his wife Cathy, the Windies captain made 106, following up Marlon Samuels’ third Test hundred of 117 to lift the Caribbean side to 370 in their first innings on the second day at a sun-drenched Trent Bridge.

WI let things slip

NOTTINGHAM, England – West Indies captain Darren Sammy completed his maiden Test century, but Andrew Strauss, his opposite number, collected his second hundred of the series to lead an aggressive England reply in the second Test on Saturday.

Sammy’s knock of 106 followed up Marlon Samuels third Test hundred of 117, lifting the Windies to 370 in their first innings on the second day at a sun-drenched Trent Bridge.

Samuels, Sammy frustrate England

NOTTINGHAM, England – Marlon Samuels stroked a high-class hundred and Darren Sammy was on the verge of his maiden hundred in a career-best innings, as West Indies flirted with disaster before staging a brilliant recovery in the second Test against England on Friday.

Sammy craves crucial victory in 2nd Test

Nottingham, England – Darren Sammy said West Indies have never lost a first-class match at Trent Bridge, let alone a Test, and his side would like to preserve this cherished record, when they face England in the second Test, starting on Friday here.

Short form rarely translates to the big stage

Let’s call it Gaylic, shall we, the language of the modern, supranational, jet-setting Twenty20 cricketer. It is almost universal now, cricket’s version of Esperanto if you like, and it doesn’t matter whether it is IPL, BPL, Big Bash or the original, the Friends Life t20, the language is the same — cash is the game — and the building blocks of this new language are taken from its founder, the biggest, baddest Twenty20 cricketer in town: Chris Gayle.


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