Basseterre, St Kitts– Marlon Samuels made a successful return to the Test match stage with the bat on Saturday with a well-measured half-century. The right-hander scored a classy 57 off 124 balls with seven fours and two sixes, as the West Indies reached 184-8 on the second day of the Second Digicel Test at Warner Park.
The hosts are 88 away from Pakistan’s first innings score of 272, with...
St John’s, Antigua– President of the West Indies Cricket Board Dr. Julian Hunte sent condolences to the daughters of Esmond Kentish following his passing yesterday.
Kentish who played two Test matches for the West Indies in 1948 and 1954 was the oldest living West Indian cricketer. He was 94 years old at the time of his passing.
“Esmond was a perfect gentleman who was...
Kingston, Jamaica – The West Indies Cricket Board Selection Committee has named the following West Indies 13 man squad to face India in the 5th Digicel Pearls One Day International match at Sabina Park on Thursday June 16th.
Darren Sammy – Captain
Kingston, Jamaica – The West Indies Cricket Board today announced that Umpire Norman Malcolm has been shifted to the 3rdUmpire role for the 5thDigicel Pearls One Day International at Sabina Park on Thursday.
Trinidadian umpire, Joel Wilson will stand in his maiden One Day International alongside Ian Gould.
Umpire Malcolm was originally appointed to stand in the match but has a physical...
When Esther Pair was born, she was immediately diagnosed with Down Syndrome and her parents were told that she would never amount to anything. However, fast forward 24 years and Esther has accomplished more than doctors or other naysayers ever thought possible – including participating in the coin toss for an international cricket match.
Standing at the crease in Sabina Park for the 5th Digicel...
Kingston, Jamaica – The West Indies Cricket Board Selection Panel has named the following 13 man squad for the First Digicel Test v India at Sabina Park starting on Monday June 20th.
Darren Sammy – Captain
Brendan Nash – Vice Captain
Kingston, Jamaica – Following are decisions taken by the Board of Directors of the West Indies Cricket Board at the meeting of the Board in Kingston, Jamaica on June 17th.
West Indies Players AssociationThe WICB will continue to treat WIPA, the representative body of the players, with the highest degree of respect and as a principal partner in West Indies cricket and...