Windies Mens Team

Roach looks to deliver on home soil

Bridgetown, Barbados - West Indies pace bowler Kemar Roach is looking to put his best foot forward when the Windies meet Pakistan in the Third Digicel One Day International on Thursday.

The match will be played at the historic Kensington Oval on National Heroes Day – a public holiday. First ball is 9.30 am (8.30 am Jamaica Time).

Roach, who was born and raised in Barbados, said the match is a golden opportunity to perform in front of his hometown supporters.

Coach Estwick full of praise for Windies Under-19s

Dubai, United Arab Emirates – Coach of the West Indies Under-19 Team Roddy Estwick has lauded his players for their outstanding performances in the just-concluded series against Australia Under-19s.
The Windies outplayed the Aussies to earn a four-wicket win in the three-day “Test” match, which ended on Monday. Last week they won the three-match One-Day Series 2-1. All matches were played at the Global Cricket Academy.

Windies beat Aussies in Under-19 Test

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, CMC – West Indies Under-19s produced a strong all-rounder performance to beat Australia Under-19s by four wickets in the one-off three-day match on Tuesday.

Set 153 to win, captain Kraigg Braithwaite hit a responsible 46 and Akeem Saunders got 42, to see the Caribbean side to victory on the final day.

Unchanged WI squad for 3rd Digicel ODI

Bridgetown, Barbados – The WICB Selection Committee has named an unchanged 13 man squad for the Third Digicel One-Day International on Thursday April 28th at the Kensington Oval in Barbados.

The West Indies and Pakistan teams travelled from St Lucia to Barbados today and will resume training on Wednesday April 27th at Kensington Oval before their third ODI encounter on National Heroes' Day – a national holiday.

Windies stumble to 7 wkt loss

GROS ISLET, St Lucia, CMC – New-look West Indies suffered more agony on Monday when they slumped to a seven-wicket loss to Pakistan in the second One-Day International, to fall behind 2-0 in the five match series.

Their batsmen, tormented by the Pakistani spinners, could only produce 220 all out off their 50 overs and their bowling, again lacking penetration, hardly troubled the visitors who strolled to victory with two overs to spare at the Beausejour Cricket Ground.

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