Windies Mens Team

Shillingford keen to get going in the upcoming Test Series

Galle, Sri Lanka – West Indies off-spinner Shane Shillingford is confident ahead of the start of the three-match ERI Test Series against Sri Lanka. The tall 27-year-old is on his first international tour and said he will be ready to do the job when he gets the ball in his hand. The 1st Test match bowls off on Monday at the International Stadium in the southern town of Galle. First ball is 9.30 am (midnight Eastern Caribbean Time/11 pm Sunday Jamaica Time).

Tendulkar named Ambassador for the Cricket World Cup 2011

Mumbai, India – The International Cricket Council announced the appointment of India batting legend Sachin Tendulkar the official event ambassador for cricket’s flagship event, the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011.

Throughout his long and successful career to date Tendulkar has inspired hundreds of millions of cricket lovers around the world with his personality, skill, temperament and love for the game.

Windies hit the nets again; no play of third day vs President's XI

Colombo, Sri Lanka - There was no play on Friday, the third and final day of the West Indies three-day match against the Sri Lanka Cricket President's XI at the Singhalese Sports Club. The second day, Thursday, was also washed out due to heavy rain on Wednesday night. On Wednesday the West Indies made 176. The President's XI were 59-3 in reply.

Pakistan A take 1-0 series lead

St George's Grenada - Pakistan A took command of the Digicel Series with a thumping 71 run win over West Indies A in the Second Digicel One Day match at the Grenada National Stadium.

The visitors shot out Windies A for a paltry 101 in 31.4 overs as they chased a modest 172.

Bishoo & Rampaul hold PAK A to 172

St George's Grenada - Leg spinner Devendra Bishoo and seamer Ravi Rampaul combined for seven wickets as they led Windies A in holding Pakistan A to a modest 172 all out form 45.1 overs in the Second Digicel One Day match at the Grenada National Stadium.

Bishoo finished with 4 for 35 from nine overs while Rampaul bagged three wickets for 26 runs from 8.1 overs as the Pakistanis were not allowed to cut loose at any stage.


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