Philander leads South Africa rout of England

Tuesday, July, 18 2017    

NOTTINGHAM, United Kingdom (AFP) — Vernon Philander led a fine, all-round bowling effort as South Africa thrashed England by 340 runs in the second Test at Trent Bridge yesterday. Read More

Taylor takes tumble in rankings after Windies' poor showing

Tuesday, July, 18 2017    

LONDON, England (CMC) — West Indies Women's wretched outing in the ICC World Cup has cost captain Stafanie Taylor her lofty position in the ICC rankings. Read More

CWI announces player amnesty, preparing for WC qualifiers

Tuesday, July, 18 2017    

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) — The region's stars are now likely to return to international cricket after Cricket West Indies (CWI) yesterday announced a temporary player amnesty, the first step towards scrapping the contentious eligibility rule. Read More

Mendis stays firm in record Sri Lanka chase

Tuesday, July, 18 2017    

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AFP) — Kusal Mendis scored a fluent half-century to keep Sri Lanka's hopes of chasing a record 388 alive on day four of the one-off Test against Zimbabwe yesterday. Read More

Melbourne, JDF through to Senior Cup final

Monday, July, 17 2017    

Reigning champions Melbourne CC remain on course to defend their Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) two-day Senior Cup title following a convincing display against Kingston CC in yesterday's semi-final contest at Chedwin Park. Read More

Scenes from Sandals Under-19 cricket at Melbourne Oval

Monday, July, 17 2017    

Mark Neita (left), president of Melbourne Cricket Club, presents the award for only century of the competition to Raewin Senior during the Sandals Under-19 competition awards ceremony at Melbourne Oval on Saturday. Northern Lights defeated Southern Sparkes by six runs in the... Read More

Athanaze, Yadram level series for Young Windies

Monday, July, 17 2017    

PIETERMARITZBURG, South Africa (CMC) — Lower order batsman Alick Athanaze struck a bold, unbeaten, half-century to lift West Indies Under-19s to a crucial, four-wicket win over South Africa Under-19s here yesterday, and set up a thrilling end to the five-match... Read More

South Africa leave England with mountain to climb

Monday, July, 17 2017    

NOTTINGHAM, United Kingdom (AFP) — Hashim Amla helped South Africa pile on the runs to leave England facing what would be a record-breaking chase in the second Test at Trent Bridge yesterday. Read More

Shining through

BY SHERDON COWAN Observer staff reporter cowans@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, July, 16 2017    

Northern Lights were crowned inaugural champions of the Sandals Under-19 Cricket competition following a six-run victory over the Southern Sparkes in an entertaining finale at Melbourne Cricket Club yesterday. Read More

Windies A set for busy period against Sri Lanka, Lions

Sunday, July, 16 2017    

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) — West Indies A will host their Sri Lankan and English counterparts for 'Test' and one-day series in a six-month period, beginning from October, in what will be a busy period for the region's second-string international men's side. Read More

Windies Women end World Cup on losing note

Sunday, July, 16 2017    

BRISTOL, England (CMC) — West Indies Women squandered the ideal opportunity to end their disappointing ICC World Cup campaign on a high when they crashed to a 92-run defeat to hosts England Women in their final match here yesterday. Read More



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