ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Batsman Ajinkya Rahane believes run-scoring will be difficult on Caribbean pitches and has urged his teammates to be disciplined and patient in the four-Test series against West Indies which bowls off here Thursday.
The 28-year-old, who is on his first tour of Caribbean, said being steady and purposeful would count for more...
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, CMC – Darren Bravo will enter this week’s opening Test against India as the highest ranked West Indies batsman in the game’s longer format.
In the latest International Cricket Council rankings released Monday, the left-handed Bravo was installed at 23rd on a list headed by Australian skipper Steve Smith....
Jamaica Observer article.
ST THOMAS, US Virgin Islands — Not long from now Raewin Senior will have to make what could be a life-changing decision.
The gifted sportsman is split between his passion for football and cricket — equally, as he puts it.
At 16 years old...
Guyana Times article.
The rain affected West Indies Cricket Board Regional Women’s Super 50 came to an end on Sunday with the final being abandoned without a ball being bowled much to the disappointment of players, officials and spectators at the Everest Cricket Club ground, Georgetown.
No play was possible in the Final between Trinidad & Tobago Women and Barbados Women in the Regional Women’s Super50 Tournament today at Everest in Guyana, due to wet conditions caused by rain.
T&T Women have been crowned champions under the rules of the tournament.