Windies Mens Team

Windies ready for tour opener against SLC President's XI

Colombo, Sri Lanka – West Indies will start their tour of Sri Lanka with a three-day match against the Sri Lanka Cricket's President's XI on Wednesday at the Singhalese Sports Club. First ball is 10 am (12.30 am Eastern Caribbean Time/11.30 pm Tuesday Jamaica Time). After two days of intense training at the match venue the Windies are ready for the match as they seek to get fully acclimatized ahead of the three-match ERI Test Series against the Sri Lankans.

Pakistan A make steady progress after solid opening stand

St George's, Grenada - Pakistan A have progressed to 140 for 1 by the 31st over in the First Digicel One Day match against West Indies A at the Grenada National Stadium.

Opener Khurram Manzoor is not out on 55 and Umar Amin (1*) is with him after the visitors lost Umair Khan who was bowled by Devendra Bishoo for 59. Khan faced 83 balls and struck five fours.

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Eager Barath seeks the wise advice of Chanderpaul

Colombo, Sri Lanka – West Indies opening batsman Adrian Barath knows he has a key role to play in the upcoming series. The little right-hander is all set for what will be a big assignment in the upcoming three Test matches. Speaking on Tuesday, Barath said he is ready and looking forward to the challenge. As part of his preparation he has been seeking the advice of batting ace and experienced team-mate Shiv Chanderpaul.

Danza Hyatt - controlling what he can

Danza Hyatt’s status message on his Blackberry Messenger is “I stop worrying about what I can’t control.”

On Saturday evening with the West Indies A struggling badly at 39 for 5 chasing 118 to win Hyatt was at the wheel. He was in a position to control the situation and how he approached the task was a demonstration that left even the most seasoned cricket watchers noting that it cannot be too long before he is elevated to the next level.

Windies arrive in Sri Lanka, hit the ground running

Colombo, Sri Lanka – The West Indies Team arrived in Sri Lanka on Sunday morning and immediately hit the ground running. On arrival at the airport the Windies were greeted by several fans and well-wishers. There was also a warm reception at the team hotel as several players posed for pictures and signed autographs. The players then had a pool session in the evening and will have their first training session on Monday morning.


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