Cricket

Ali's blistering ton too much for West Indies

BRISTOL, United Kingdom (AFP) — Moeen Ali's blazing century set up England's 124-run victory over West Indies in the third One-Day International (ODI) at Bristol yesterday, as the hosts went 2-0 up with two to play in a five-match series. Read More

Kohli hails Pandya after series-clinching win
INDORE, India (AFP) — Skipper Virat Kohli said yesterday Hardik Pandya is a “great asset” to Indian cricket after the all-rounder steered the hosts to a series-clinching five-wicket win over Australia in Indore.... Read More

Gayle 'good to go,' says Windies skipper Holder
BRISTOL, United Kingdom (AFP) — Chris Gayle is “good to go” for today's third One-Day International against England, according to West Indies Captain Jason Holder.... Read More

Combined Universities in control against Eastern Tigers
A six-wicket haul by left-arm spinner Odane Vassell placed Combined Universities and...... Read More

Law hoping for Windies momentum before World Cup qualifiers

Saturday, September, 23 2017    

NOTTINGHAM, United Kingdom (AFP) — West Indies coach Stuart Law is looking to the remainder of the One-Day International series against England to help him build a settled team ahead of next year's World Cup qualifying tournament. Read More

Morgan promises no let-up for England's Ashes stars in ODIs

Saturday, September, 23 2017    

NOTTINGHAM, United Kingdom (AFP) — England captain Eoin Morgan has said his side are prepared to run an Ashes injury-risk with several key players by fielding their “best team” throughout the one-day international series against West ... Read More

JCA Super League Preview

BY SHERDON COWAN Observer staff reporter cowans@jamaicaobserver.com | Saturday, September, 23 2017    

Early leaders Southern Seals will be seeking to extend the gap in the standings when they battle Western Warriors at Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium, as round two of the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) Super League gets under way today. Read More

Windies wait on injured birthday boy Gayle

Friday, September, 22 2017    

NOTTINGHAM, United Kingdom (AFP) — West Indies were left waiting to discover the full extent of Chris Gayle's hamstring injury after the star batsman spent part of his 38th birthday having scans in a Nottingham hospital yesterday. Read More

Yadav hat-trick gives India big win in 2nd ODI

Friday, September, 22 2017    

KOLKATA, India (AFP) — Kuldeep Yadav's maiden hat-trick and a fluent 92 by Virat Kohli helped India cruise to a 50-run win over Australia in the second One-Day International in Kolkata yesterday. Read More

Rain wrecks Trent Bridge ODI

Friday, September, 22 2017    

NOTTINGHAM, England (CMC) — Persistent rain allowed just 14 deliveries before forcing the abandonment of the second One-Day International between England and West Indies at Trent Bridge here yesterday. Read More

Changing tack?

Thursday, September, 21 2017    

NOTTINGHAM, England (CMC) — Seamer Kesrick Williams has underscored the importance of taking England out of their natural game as West Indies look to square the five-match series in the second One-Day International at Trent Bridge here today. Read More

Cariah eager to make big impact against Sri Lankans

Thursday, September, 21 2017    

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — Trinidad and Tobago left-hander Yannic Cariah says he is anxiously looking forward to next month's West Indies A series against the touring Sri Lankans, and is intent on making his mark. Read More

England's Root says ODI change is as good as a rest

Thursday, September, 21 2017    

Manchester, United Kingdom (AFP) — Joe Root says he will be refreshed rather than fatigued by playing a full part in England's One-Day International campaign against the West Indies — even with the Ashes tour looming. Read More

Brathwaite cleared to bowl again by ICC

Thursday, September, 21 2017    

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CMC) — Part-time West Indies off-spinner Kraigg Brathwaite has been cleared to bowl in international cricket after having his action approved by the International Cricket Council (ICC). Read More

Pakistan ban Latif for five years over spot-fixing

Thursday, September, 21 2017    

Lahore, Pakistan (AFP) — Pakistan cricket's anti-corruption tribunal yesterday banned opener Khalid Latif for five years and fined him one million rupees (US$9,489) over a spot-fixing case, the second casualty after teammate Sharjeel Khan was banned late last... Read More



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