Windies Mens Team

Gayle, Pollard give WI huge win

FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida, CMC – Aggressive opener Chris Gayle stroked his second half-century in three innings since his return to West Indies colours as the Caribbean side got a  56-run victory over New Zealand in the opening Digicel T20 International on Saturday.

The left-handed Jamaican brought the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium to life with a typically flamboyant, unbeaten 85 from 52 balls which helped propel West Indies up to 209 for two, their highest-ever T20 total in their first match on America soil.

Sons of legends to clash in Under 17

St John’s, Antigua — Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Stuart Williams both debuted in Test cricket in 1994, a mere four matches apart.

Late bloomer Badree ready for action

Fort Lauderdale, Florida – If you asked Samuel Badree what is his dream job, he would tell you being a Physical Education teacher. If you asked the leg-spinner what is his lifelong ambition, he would tell you to play cricket for the West Indies.

Gayle: Let's get this series started

FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida, CMC – Talismanic West Indies opener Chris Gayle has stressed the importance of a winning start to the series against New Zealand this weekend.

The left-hander said it was crucial the Windies got an early win in the Twenty20 series in order to set the tone for the rest of the tour and also for the upcoming Twenty20 World Cup in Sri Lanka starting in September.

PREVIEW: WI seek solid start in USA

FORT LAUNDERDALE, Florida, CMC – Following their recent tough tour of England, West Indies will seek to brighten their summer when they face New Zealand in the first Digicel Twenty20 International of a two-match series starting on Saturday.

They were dogged throughout the tour by unfriendly wet, frosty early spring weather but will exchange this for sunny Caribbean-like temperatures for the weekend’s doubleheader at Broward County Park Stadium at Lauderhill.


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