Barbados keep unbeaten streak going in women's T20 cricket

Barbados maintained their unbeaten streak in the Cricket West Indies Regional Women's Twenty20 championship, after beating Guyana by 27 runs in the second game of a triple-header at Sabina Park. Read More

Sri Lanka play on 'under protest' after 'ball tamper' row
GROS-ISLET, Saint Lucia (AFP) — Sri Lanka agreed to keep playing the second Test against West Indies yesterday “under protest”, after getting caught up in a potential ball-tampering controversy.... Read More

Memories by the score — Simon Dickson
Simon Dickson was born in Kingston, Jamaica, the second child for Captain Bobby Dickson — a pilot in the Jamaica Air Wing, and accomplished schoolboy hockey and football player, and World War 2 veteran, and Barbara Dickson — a former Captain of the national...... Read More

Sri Lanka Cricket backs players in ball-change controversy
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (CMC) — Sri Lanka cricket authorities have thrown their support behind their team in the ball-change controversy that marred the third day of the second Test against West Indies, and have vowed to “take all necessary steps to defend any player”,...... Read More

Wolmer's win national Under-16 cricket title

Saturday, June, 16 2018    

MANDEVILL:E, Manchester — Wolmer's Boys' are national Under-16 cricket champions after Daniel Beckford's run-a-ball 126 took them to first innings honours over Manchester High at Manchester High School grounds here on Wednesday. Read More

Unbeaten Jamaica face champs T&T in Women's T20 tournament

Saturday, June, 16 2018    

Jamaica will put their unbeaten record on the line when they challenge title-holders Trinidad and Tobago in today's fourth-round Cricket West Indies Regional Women's Twenty20 match at Sabina Park. Read More

Smith battles for Windies on soggy, slow-going day

Saturday, June, 16 2018    

Gros-Islet , Saint Lucia (AFP) — Devon Smith battled disciplined bowling and frequent stoppages for rain to compile an unbeaten half-century as the West Indies reached 118 for two in reply to Sri Lanka's first innings total of 253 on a truncated second day of the... Read More

Discipline on slow pitch was key, says Gabriel

Saturday, June, 16 2018    

GROS ISLET, St Lucia (CMC) — Shannon Gabriel said he managed to exploit what bounce there was in a slow pitch, en route to his third five-wicket haul in Tests on the opening day of the second Test against Sri Lanka here on Thursday. Read More

South Florida Bangladesh community set to lend support during T20s against Windies

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Saturday, June, 16 2018    

Two leading figures in the South Florida Bangladesh community are confident that the country's cricket team will receive massive support when they play the West Indies in two T20 matches at Central Broward Regional Park and Stadium in August. Read More

Jamaica canter to seven-wicket win over Leewards in women's T20 tourney

Friday, June, 15 2018    

Hosts Jamaica remain perfect in the Cricket West Indies Regional Women's Twenty20 championship after cantering to a seven-wicket victory over Leeward Islands in the third-round game at Kensington Park yesterday. Read More

Confident Windies harbour thoughts of special series win

Thursday, June, 14 2018    

GROS ISLET, St Lucia (CMC) — West Indies are poised for their first series win over a higher-ranked nation in six years, but will be wary of a wounded Sri Lanka, when they clash in the second Test at the Darren Sammy Cricket Ground starting here today. Read More

Willey sees England to nervy win over Australia

Thursday, June, 14 2018    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — David Willey's unbeaten 35 saw England to a nervous three-wicket victory over Australia at The Oval yesrterday as the top-ranked side in One-Day International cricket returned to winning ways after their shock six-run defeat by Scotland. Read More

Jamaica Women make it two straight wins

Wednesday, June, 13 2018    

Jamaica made it two wins in as many games in the Cricket West Indies Regional Women's Twenty20 championship after beating Windward Islands by eight wickets in yesterday's encounter at Kensington Park. Read More

Edwards, Chanderpaul flourish but both taste defeat

Wednesday, June, 13 2018    

LONDON, England (CMC) — Ex-West Indies speedster Fidel Edwards took his tally for the English County season to 27 from just six matches, but Hampshire crashed to a heavy innings defeat to Surrey inside just three days here Monday. Read More

Law backs in-form Powell to strike it big

Wednesday, June, 13 2018    

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) – West Indies head coach Stuart Law expects stylish left-hander Kieran Powell to convert one of his many starts into a hundred very soon. Read More


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