Windies Mens Team

Jamaica take lead in Under-15s

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, CMC – A solid all-round performance from Ramaal Lewis ushered Jamaica to first innings points over Windward Islands in their rain-hit, drawn first round in the WICB Under-15 Championship on Sunday.

Chasing a modest 66, Jamaica needed 14 not out from Lewis to carry them over the threshold on the final day of their match at Honeymoon Park, finishing on 82 for nine from their allocation of 30 overs.

Fidel returns to Top 20 in ICC rankings

Bridgetown, Barbados – West Indies fast bowler Fidel Edwards continues to enjoy his return to the international stage and has made a significant climb in the ICC Player Rankings for Test cricket.

Windies cool with draw at Kensington

Bridgetown, Barbados – West Indies left Kensington Oval on Saturday satisfied with the draw they earned in the Second Digicel Test match against India.

India's skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni made a sporting declaration in the morning session and asked the home side to make 281 to win in a little over five hours. They reached 202 for seven when bad light ended the contest 10.2 overs early. WIndies skipper Darren Sammy said his side went in pursuit of the target but were content with the final result.

Scores in WICB Under-15 Tournament

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, CMC – Scores on the first day of the opening round of matches in the West Indies Under-15 Championship on Saturday.

At Avidesh Samaroo Park: Trinidad and Tobago vs Guyana – No play due to wet outfield.
At National Cricket Centre: Leeward Islands 66 for three off 19 overs (Shawn Tuitt 23; Neil Persaud 2-12) vs Barbados
At Honeymoon Park: Windward Islands vs Jamaica — No play due to wet outfield.

Bravo bats Windies to draw

Bridgetown, Barbados, CMC – A half-century from Darren Bravo and a solid knock from Carlton Baugh helped West Indies secure a draw in the Second Digicel Test against India on Saturday.

Chasing 281 for victory, West Indies were 202 for seven when fading light ended the contest with 10.3 overs remaining in the day’s play at Kensington Oval.

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