Cricket

WHAT A DAY!

Friday, September, 8 2017    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — West Indies captain Jason Holder starred in a dramatic fightback as wickets tumbled on a remarkable first day of the third and deciding Test against England at Lord's yesterday. Read More

PHOTO: WHAT A DAY!

Friday, September, 8 2017    

West Indies' Shannon Gabriel is bowled by England's Ben Stokes (out of picture) during the third Test match at Lord's cricket ground in London, yesterday. (Photo: AFP) Read More

Australia beat Bangladesh to tie Test series

Friday, September, 8 2017    

CHITTAGONG, Bangladesh (AFP) — Off-spinner Nathan Lyon was the hero as Australia beat Bangladesh by seven wickets in the second and final Test here to level the series at 1-1 yesterday. Read More

Holder urges calm for West Indies series win

Thursday, September, 7 2017    

London , United Kingdom (AFP) — West Indies Captain Jason Holder is urging his side to keep their collective cool as they bid for a historic win against England in the third Test at Lord's starting today. Read More

Gayle half-century, Cottrell put Patriots in first final

Thursday, September, 7 2017    

TAROUBA, Trinidad (CMC) — Talismanic Captain Chris Gayle hit a responsible half-century as St Kitts and Nevis Patriots booked their spot in the Caribbean Premier League final with a 38-run victory over Trinbago Knight Riders here Tuesday night. Read More

England recall Roland-Jones for West Indies decider

Thursday, September, 7 2017    

London, United Kingdom (AFP) — England have recalled Toby Roland-Jones for the series-deciding third Test against the West Indies at the Middlesex paceman's Lord's home ground, skipper Joe Root said yesterday. Read More

Taking aim

Thursday, September, 7 2017    

London, United Kingdom (AFP) — West Indies go into today's third and deciding Test at Lord's with the chance to complete a dramatic turnaround and win their first series in England in almost 30 years. Read More

James Anderson, England's 'king of swing'

Thursday, September, 7 2017    

London , United Kingdom (AFP) — James Anderson's Test career is set to come full circle when he faces the West Indies in the third Test at Lord's this week, needing just three more scalps to become the first England bowler to take 500 Test... Read More

Photo: Taking aim

Thursday, September, 7 2017    

West Indies Captain Jason Holder (left) receives treatment to his bowling arm during a team training session at Lord's cricket ground in London on Tuesday, ahead of the third international Test match against England today. (Photo: AFP) Read More

Lord's 'splodge' presents inviting target

Thursday, September, 7 2017    

London, United Kingdom (AFP) — Forget the Lord's slope — Thursday's Test between England and the West Indies could feature the Lord's 'splodge'. Read More

Opener Brathwaite joins Yorkshire for last two matches

Thursday, September, 7 2017    

LONDON, England (CMC) —Prolific West Indies opener Kraigg Brathwaite has been signed by English County Yorkshire for the last two games of the County Championship. Read More

Ready to pounce!

Wednesday, September, 6 2017    

London , United Kingdom (AFP) — Brian Lara revealed this week that Sachin Tendulkar had sent him a text message saying the West Indies' victory over England in the second Test at Headingley was “a success the entire world needed”. Read More

Windies hearts with Caribbean as Hurricane Irma threatens

Wednesday, September, 6 2017    

LONDON, England (CMC) — West Indies were busy here yesterday preparing for the decisive third Test at Lord's starting Thursday, but also anxiously keeping an eye on Hurricane Irma back home in the Caribbean. Read More

Lewis fireworks sink hapless Tridents

Tuesday, September, 5 2017    

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — Opener Evin Lewis stroked the fastest half-century of this year's Caribbean Premier League but missed out on three figures in controversial circumstances as St Kitts and Nevis Patriots crushed Barbados Tridents by 10 wickets, in the final preliminary... Read More

Samuels hails Test side's fightback, says eligibility rule has caused 'damage'

Tuesday, September, 5 2017    

LONDON, England (CMC) — Veteran stroke-maker Marlon Samuels has praised the West Indies side for their dramatic comeback in the ongoing Test series against England, and has also defended them against unfair criticism from pundits in the media. Read More



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