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PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD Set 215 to win off 61 overs, the West Indies were confident of levelling the series on the final day of the second Test at Queen's Park Oval, P- ort of Spain and, if not for the rain, captain Darren Sammy believes they could have done exactly that.
"Yes, we were looking to chase down the runs. The guys were positive in...
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - If you were one of the thousands of fans who attended the second Digicel Test between the West Indies and Australia at Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain, a wall of cricket heroes would have greeted you as you passed by the Elizabeth Street entrance to the historic venue.
The photos on the exterior wall on the...
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - Australia skipper Michael Clarke said that rain had cost both his team and the West Indies a chance of winning, the second Test match at the Queen’s Park Oval yesterday.
West Indies left to chase down 215 runs for victory off 61 overs, were 53 for two when the rain came down to wash out the rest of the game....
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - After playing against him for the first time in Barbados, Australia captain Michael Clarke believes young West Indies batsman Darren Bravo has a bright future ahead of him.
Clarke missed Bravo’s struggles for the One-Day International (ODI) series but flew in for the Tests where the Trinidadian stroked a half-century...
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - Cricket is very much in the forefront these days with the men’s Australian cricket team competing in our various islands. Not to be overshadowed, our women cricketers have been doing us very proud on the regional and international levels.
This series featured T&T’s and West Indies’ captain Merissa Aguillera in an earlier instalment....
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - West Indies wicket-keeper Denesh Ramdin is looking forward to the upcoming tour of England with optimism and wants to take advantage of his Test recall to cement his place in the regional squad for at least the next five years.
Speaking to the Express yesterday, Ramdin said he is eager to restart his Test career...
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - Coach of the Trinidad and Tobago national cricket team Kelvin Williams is banking on the energy and aggressiveness of fast bowler Shannon Gabriel to play a crucial role for the West Indies on their upcoming tour of England.
Gabriel, 24, was called up for the first time by the West Indies selectors following a...
BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS - West Indies opener Adrian Barath is optimistic that he can turn his form around on the tour of England and help West Indies spring some surprises on the number one Test team in the world.
The 22-year-old right-handed batsman scored just 65 runs in six Test innings with a high-score of 29 in the recently concluded series...
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - Powergen skipper Samuel Badree, is still hoping his performances will gain him a West Indian call-up this year.
He was the recipient of a PowerGen Appreciation Award for his services and contributions to cricket, at the Courtyard Marriot Hotel, Port-of-Spain, yesterday.
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - Red Force opener Lendl Simmons, is eager to be included in the West Indies limited overs squad for the England tour.
Simmons who suffered a broken finger during the Regional four-day series, is fit again and has been in prolific form for his local club Ceramic Merryboys.