Cricket

Blazing 90

Friday, February, 1 2019    

KARACHI, Pakistan (CMC) — Batting star Deandra Dottin narrowly missed out on a record-breaking third Twenty20 International hundred as West Indies launched their historic three-match tour here with a convincing 71-run win yesterday. Read More

Titans bask in Super League success

Friday, February, 1 2019    

THE Central Titans management and coaching staff was a happy bunch after the team lifted its second-straight Jamaica Cricket Association two-day Super League title on Sunday. Read More

Photo: BLAZING 90

Friday, February, 1 2019    

West Indies batter Deandra Dottin (left) plays a shot as Pakistani wicketkeeper Sidra Nawaz looks on during the first Twenty20 match at the Southend Club Cricket Stadium in Karachi, yesterday. West Indies won by 71 runs. (Photo: AFP) Read More

Spirit of cricket needs to be protected, says outgoing ICC boss

Friday, February, 1 2019    

GURGAON, India (AFP) — The head of cricket's world body yesterday said the sport's “spirit” is under threat after recent scandals — ranging from racist comments to corruption — that have tarnished its... Read More

Sharma shocked as New Zealand humble India

Friday, February, 1 2019    

HAMILTON, New Zealand (AFP) — Stand-in captain Rohit Sharma warned against complacency ahead of India's World Cup fight yesterday after a resurgent New Zealand inflicted one of his side's heaviest ever one-day defeats. Read More

Scorpions hunt second-straight win against Hurricanes

BY SANJAY MYERS Senior staff reporter myerss@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, January, 31 2019    

JAMAICA Scorpions will look to make it two wins from as many matches when they oppose Leeward Islands Hurricanes in the sixth-round West Indies four-day cricket championship encounter at Warner Park in St Kitts. Read More

Let's do it again!

Thursday, January, 31 2019    

Antigua and Barbuda (AFP) — West Indies captain Jason Holder insists that his team still “has a lot of work to do” to finish off a shellshocked England when the second Test gets under way today. Read More

Windies must get even better at getting the basics right

with Garfield Myers | Thursday, January, 31 2019    

JASON Holder has consistently argued that the key is to place priority on the “process”, doing the correct things here and now, rather than looking too far ahead. Read More

Mitchell: Success will be 'one-off' unless CWI governance changes

Thursday, January, 31 2019    

ST GEORGE'S, Grenada (CMC) – Grenada's Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell has warned that unless there is a change in the current administration of Cricket West Indies (CWI), instances like last weekend's shock win over England in the opening Test will remain one-off... Read More

West Indies Women thankful for Pakistan's cricket revival

Thursday, January, 31 2019    

KARACHI, Pakistan (AFP) — West Indies skipper Merissa Aguilleira yesterday called for cricket nations to return to Pakistan as her squad arrived in the country ahead of a three-match Twenty20 series. Read More

Photo: Let's do it again!

Thursday, January, 31 2019    

Shimron Hetmyer (left) and John Campbell (right) of West Indies take part in a trainingsession one day ahead of the second Test against England at Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium in North Sound, Antigua and Barbuda, yesterday. (Photo: AFP) Read More

Windies face tough hurdle in T20 title defence

Wednesday, January, 30 2019    

LONDON, England (CMC) – Defending champions West Indies will open the defence of their title against New Zealand, in the highly anticipated edition of next year's men's Twenty20 World Cup in Australia. Read More

Rangpur Riders overcome Gayle failure to win again

Wednesday, January, 30 2019    

CHATTOGRAM, Bangladesh (CMC) – Veteran West Indies superstar Chris Gayle failed again, but his Rangpur Riders did just enough to beat Johnson Charles's Rajshahi Kings by six wickets yesterday and maintain their position at the top of the Bangladesh Premier League... Read More

Baffled Bayliss wants more 'guts' from England batsmen

Wednesday, January, 30 2019    

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) – England head coach Trevor Bayliss says he is baffled by his side's batting capitulation to West Indies in the opening Test here last weekend. Read More

Retained

Tuesday, January, 29 2019    

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) — West Indies have named an unchanged squad for the second Test starting here Thursday, following their shock demolition of England in the opening in Bridgetown last Saturday. Read More



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