Southampton , England – Darren Sammy said he was surprised to learn that West Indies were favourites for their series of three One-day Internationals against England, which opens on Saturday at the Ageas Bowl here.
But the Windies captain was confident his side can stop the hosts unbeaten run of five series wins at home.
Arnos Vale, St Vincent — Delorn Johnson is looking for more success with the ball when he lines up for West Indies A against India A in the third and final Digicel four-day ‘Test’ match on Saturday at Beausejour Cricket Ground.
The 23-year-old left-arm pacer has been the stand-out bowler in the series so far with his ability to get swing with the new ball and the old ball, as well as to bowl...
St John’s, Antigua – President of the West Indies Cricket Board Dr. Julian Hunte has hailed Billy Doctrove as an outstanding servant of West Indies cricket and one of the leading regional umpires.
The Dominican Doctrove announced his retirement from the ICC Emirate Elite Panel last week.
“It is with a mixture of regret and pride that I offer best wishes and...
Southampton , England – Ottis Gibson said he was confident West Indies could win their series of three One-day Internationals against England, which opens on Saturday here.
The Windies coach said the arrival of reinforcements to the squad, which included the return of Chris Gayle, meant the visitors had their best chance of success on their...
Gros Islet, St Lucia — Coach of the West Indies A Team Hendy Springer is pleased with what he has seen so far from his players against India A. Speaking on Thursday during the team’s three-hour training session at Beausejour Cricket Ground, Springer said it was “heartening to see” the way the regional side has performed in the two four-day Digicel “Test” matches so far.
West Indies lost the first Digicel...