Cricket

No love lost for the glove

Out-of-favour West Indies wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin thinks he still has something to offer at the highest level despite relieving himself of glove duties in this season's regional four-day cricket championship. Read More

West Windies must learn from series loss — Brathwaite
HAMILTON, New Zealand (CMC) — Kraigg Brathwaite said it was important for West Indies players to go back to the drawing board and make the necessary adjustments to their game, as they looked to learn from the 2-0 drubbing in the recent series against New...... Read More

Pacer Cummins makes strides in ICC rankings
LONDON, England (CMC) — Fast bowler Miguel Cummins has made excellent progress in the Test bowling rankings, jumping 14 places in the latest release yesterday.The right-armer now lies 63rd in the rankings led by England's Jimmy Anderson.... Read More

Another blow as Windies lose ground in Test rankings
LONDON, England (CMC) — West Indies have taken another blow to their Test ranking following their 2-0 series defeat to New Zealand.... Read More

Williamson rested for last two Windies ODIs

Thursday, December, 14 2017    

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (CMC) — Captain Kane Williamson will be be rested for the last two One-Day Internationals against West Indies, while George Worker will replace the injured Martin Guptill at the top of the order for the three-match series starting next... Read More

Cricket West Indies coaching course begins

Wednesday, December, 13 2017    

Cricket West Indies opened its long-awaited Certified Level One Coaching Course at Sabina Park in Kingston under cloudy skies yesterday. Read More

DEFEATED!

Wednesday, December, 13 2017    

HAMILTON, New Zealand (CMC) — West Indies suffered a 2-0 clean sweep here Tuesday after New Zealand needed just two sessions to wreck the remainder of the Caribbean side's innings and inflict a punishing 240-run defeat in the second Test at Seddon Park. Read More

ISSA mulls extending football season, but...

BY PAUL A REID Observer writer | Tuesday, December, 12 2017    

LUCEA, Hanover — The Inter-secondary s chools Sports Association (ISSA), the powerful body made up of secondary school principals, is exploring the idea of extending the football season past December, but says there are concerns about how it would... Read More

Fabian Allen revels in fine batting form

BY SANJAY MYERS Senior staff reporter | Tuesday, December, 12 2017    

JAMAICA Scorpions middle order batsman Fabian Allen says he is all about improvement, as he continues to grab attention in the regional four-day cricket competition. Read More

Charles hundred puts Riders in final

Tuesday, December, 12 2017    

DHAKA, Bangladesh (CMC) — West Indies opener Johnson Charles stroked his maiden Twenty20 hundred to propel Chris Gayle's Rangpur Riders to a 36-run over Comilla Victorians, and into Tuesday's final of the Bangladesh Premier League. Read More

Radford invokes Leeds memories as Windies face daunting task

Tuesday, December, 12 2017    

HAMILTON, New Zealand (CMC) — West Indies Assistant coach Toby Radford was quick to invoke memories of the now famous Headingley run chase, after the Caribbean were handed a world record target of 444 runs to win the second Test at Seddon Park. Read More

Windies on the ropes chasing world record target

Tuesday, December, 12 2017    

HAMILTON, New Zealand (CMC) — Opener Kieran Powell completed a 'pair' to... Read More

Rejuvenated Paul Palmer has many reasons to be happy

BY SANJAY MYERS Senior staff reporter myerss@jamaicaobserver.com | Tuesday, December, 12 2017    

VIGOROUS fist-pumping and a triumphant leap required little explanation. Read More

Shillingford shines in historic tie

Monday, December, 11 2017    

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) — Ex-West Indies off-spinner Shane Shillingford snatched his 40th five-wicket haul as Windward Islands Volcanoes stunned leaders Guyana Jaguars to earn the first tie in 152 years for the regional first-class championship here... Read More

Ramdin, rain save Red Force

BY SANJAY MYERS Senior staff reporter myerss@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, December, 11 2017    

Determined batting from Trinidad and Tobago Red Force Captain Denesh Ramdin and a persistent afternoon drizzle yesterday ensured Jamaica Scorpions were denied victory in the sixth-round regional four-day game at Sabina Park. Read More



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