Jamaica Cricket

JAMAICA CRICKET ASSOCIATION (JCA)

George Headley Stand
Sabina Park
Kingston 4, Jamaica

Tel: (876) 967 0322
Fax: (876) 967 3976
Email: jamcricket@cwjamaica.com
Website: http://www.cricketjamaica.org/ 


The Jamaica Cricket Association controls cricket in Jamaica. 

Wed, 05/16/2012 - 04:10

 

KINGSTON, JAMAICA - Honorary secretary of the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA), Fritz Harris, yesterday hailed the launch of a West Indies Cricket Board (WICB)/Digicel Grassroots Programme in Jamaica as historic.

The programme, which bowled off at Boys' Town Cricket Club's Collie Smith Drive headquarters, will see youngsters between...

Fri, 06/01/2012 - 19:37

St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board Digicel Grassroots Club Grant Programme continues with the latest disbursement of a total of US$35,000.

Seven clubs have been selected for US$5000 grants each in the third period of the Grassroots Grant Programme which is open to all clubs in the West Indies.

Two...

Wed, 06/06/2012 - 04:01

ST JOHN’S, Antigua — Chairman of selectors Clyde Butts has welcomed Chris Gayle’s return to the West Indies team for the one-day tour of England and says the big-hitting left-hander will bring a “quality dimension” to the Caribbean side.

The talismanic Gayle was on Monday chosen in a 15-man squad, breaking a protracted impasse with the West...

Wed, 07/04/2012 - 16:15

SCARBOROUGH, Tobago, CMC – Tagenarine Chanderpaul lashed his second consecutive half-century as Guyana racked up their second win of the West Indies Cricket Board's Regional Under-17 Championship with a convincing 163-run demolition of Leeward Islands on Wednesday.

Playing in the third round, Tagenarine, the son of Test star Shivnarine Chanderpaul, hammered the joint top score of 79 as Guyana piled up 250...

Fri, 07/06/2012 - 17:19

SCARBOROUGH, Tobago, CMC – Jamaica remained unbeaten with a convincing win over Guyana while Trinidad and Tobago kept up their form with a victory over Barbados, in the fourth round of matches in the West Indies Cricket Board's Regional Under-17 Championship on Friday.

Playing at Shaw Park Jamaica strolled to a 108-run win over the previously...

Sun, 07/08/2012 - 13:48

SCARBOROUGH, Tobago, CMC – Jamaica played unbeaten to win the inaugural WICB Regional Under-17 Championship, after whipping Windward Islands by six wickets in their final round match on Saturday.

The victory put them on 29.5 points, with Trinidad and Tobago finishing second on 23.5 points and the Windwards and Barbados third on 18. Guyana finished with 15.5 while Leeward Islands were last on 4.5 points....

Mon, 07/09/2012 - 15:22

St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board today confirmed that Chief Executive Officer Dr. Ernest Hilaire had advised, at a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors, in April this year that he will not be seeking a renewal of his three year contract when it comes to an end. 

Dr. Hilaire joined the WICB as CEO in October of 2009 and the full term of his contract...

Wed, 07/18/2012 - 02:25

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - Six national blind cricketers will leave for Jamaica tomorrow to participate in a special development camp as they attempt to seal coveted individual spots on the West Indies team.

The six-member contingent will be led by national team captain Jennson Poyah, vice-captain Rodney Ramrattan, Ulric Andrews, Rajendra...

Sat, 07/21/2012 - 04:52

ST KITTS - Round II of the West Indies Cricket Board's Under 15 Tournament gets underway this morning with all six teams engaged in three matches across the island of St Kitts.

Jamaica and Guyana will be looking to rebound after first round defeats, while the Windwards and Barbdos will look to extend their leads at the top. Trinidad and Tobago and...

Sat, 07/21/2012 - 16:20

ST KITTS - A rainy day throughout the island of St Kitts left the Under 15 cricketers frustrated as they were on and off the field as Round II of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Under 15 Tournament got underway.

At Conaree, the clash between Jamaica and the Leeward Islands was delayed after heavy early morning showers left the outfield...

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