Windies Mens Team

Players remember "team man" Morton

Bridgetown, Barbados -- West Indies players preparing for the upcoming Digicel Series against Australia paused from their gruelling work out on Monday morning to pay tribute to former team-mate Runako Morton who died in a car accident late Sunday. He was 33.

Morton, a tough right-handed batsman, was a former captain for Nevis and Leewards Islands before moving on to play for Trinidad & Tobago where he lived with his wife and children. He last played for West Indies two years ago in the One-Day International and T20 Series in Australia.

President Hunte tribute to Morton

St John’s, Antigua – President of the West Indies Cricket Board Dr. Julian Hunte said that it is with deep sadness that the West Indies cricket family received the news of the tragic passing of Runako Morton.

“Runako’s passing, still in the prime of life, leaves us all in shock,” President Hunte said. “Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends as we all try to come to terms with his loss,” President Hunte added.

Barclay eager to make T&T debut

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - Queen's Park batsman Marlon Barclay believes he is on the brink of the national team and is hoping to continue his good form in the National League Premiership Division.

Clive Lloyd’s ICC stint ends

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – The post of Cricket Committee chairman will come under the spotlight when the International Cricket Council’s Chief Executives’ Committee meet in Dubai starting Monday.

Legendary West Indies captain Clive Lloyd formerly held the position but has completed his three-year term.

Scotiabank donates more equipment

St. John’s Antigua - Scotiabank and West Indies Cricket Board’s (WICB) love for the game of cricket was further strengthened by the bank’s donation of ‘Kiddy Cricket’ equipment to ensure that the West Indies cricket legacy lives on.


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