Cricket

Titans sweep Warriors to lift JCA Super League trophy

Sunday, October, 27 2019    

FLORENCE HALL, Trelawny — Central Titans swept aside Western Warriors by nine wickets in yesterday's Jamaica Cricket Association 50-over Super League cricket final to grab a second-straight hold on the title. Read More

Matthews left out but uncapped duo named to face India

Sunday, October, 27 2019    

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) — Leading opener Hayley Matthews has been left out of a 14-member West Indies squad to face touring India Women in the first two One-Day Internationals (ODIs) of the three-match series which bowls off here next Friday. Read More

US bidding to repair confidence at Regional Super50

Sunday, October, 27 2019    

COLORADO SPRINGS, United States (CMC) — United States plan to use the upcoming Regional Super50 to further repair damaged confidence, following the disappointment of missing out on advancing to the Dubai qualifier for next year's T20 World Cup. Read More

Skerritt anxious to hear Wehby task force recommendations

Saturday, October, 26 2019    

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) — Cricket West Indies (CWI) president Ricky Skerritt said he is shortly looking forward to reviewing the recommendations of the Task Force on Corporate Governance Reform. Read More

Warriors, Titans clash for Super League Championship crown

Saturday, October, 26 2019    

Western Warriors and Central Titans will clash in the final of the 2019 JCA Super League 50-over Championship at the Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium today.Action is expected to get underway at 9:30 am. Read More

Taylor returns to face India after short Big Bash stint

Saturday, October, 26 2019    

KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC) – West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor has returned from Australia where she made a significant impact for her new team Adelaide Strikers in her short stint in the Women's Big Bash. Read More

Windsor Park returns as international venue in busy 2020 home schedule

Saturday, October, 26 2019    

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) – Windsor Park is set to return as a venue for West Indies' home schedule next year when it hosts two limited overs fixtures on the New Zealand tour, as the region braces for a heavy itinerary which will also see tours by South Africa and minnows... Read More

Pride hoping to ride Tridents wave to success

Saturday, October, 26 2019    

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) – Barbados Pride are hoping to use some of the momentum from Barbados Tridents' Caribbean Premier League (CPL) success to propel them in next month's Regional Super50. Read More

New Pakistan captain Babar up for Australia challenge

Saturday, October, 26 2019    

Lahore , Pakistan (AFP) — Newly installed Pakistan Captain Babar Azam admitted his team will face a stern test during next month's tour of Australia, but vowed his players will go for victory. Read More

Scorpions focused squarely on winning, says Coley

Friday, October, 25 2019    

KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC) — Without a domestic 50-over title in nearly a decade, Jamaica Scorpions will have a single focus when they contest the Regional Super50 next month. Read More

India rest skipper Kohli for Bangladesh T20s

Friday, October, 25 2019    

MUMBAI, India (AFP) — India have left out Captain Virat Kohli from the squad named for three Twenty20 Internationals against Bangladesh starting next month, but he will return for two Tests between the South Asian neighbours. Read More

Test star Holder hoping to make T20 mark

Thursday, October, 24 2019    

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — Jason Holder has made his name in the game's longest format where he has led West Indies for the last four years and risen to become the world's leading all-rounder. Read More

Ganguly vows 'corruption-free' BCCI after becoming president

Thursday, October, 24 2019    

Mumbai, India (AFP) — Former Captain Sourav Ganguly yesterday vowed to clean up Indian cricket as he was elected president of the sport's rich and powerful but troubled national board. Read More

The Hundred is not a threat to county cricket, says ECB chief

Thursday, October, 24 2019    

London, United Kingdom (AFP) — England cricket chief Tom Harrison says the controversial Hundred competition will help protect other formats of the game, despite fears over its potential impact. Read More

Bangladesh cricketers end strike after BCB meet most of their demands

Thursday, October, 24 2019    

Dhaka, Bangladesh (AFP) — Bangladeshi cricketers ended their strike late yesterday after they said the authorities met most of their demands, including a pay hike for domestic first class players. Read More



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