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Keemo Paul   I WAS invited along with other former cricketers and distinguished guests to attend an awards ceremony and dinner at the Regional State House recently in celebration of Essequibo’s senior cricketers’ historical achievement of winning the 3 day GCB Franchise League tournament. It was the first time in the history of Essequibo’s cri
West Indies were thoroughly defeated in the first Test vs New Zealand in Wellington earlier this month and have been fighting hard to square off the series in Hamilton. The visitors still trail the Kiwis by 158 runs at stumps on Day 2 of the second and final Test of the tour but the highlight of the day was held by West Indian batsman Sunil Ambris.
West Indies trail New Zealand by 158 runs in the second Test © AFP   Tim Southee and Trent Boult took centre stage with bat and ball as New Zealand seized command on a rain-affected day two of the second Test against the West Indies in Hamilton on Sunday. They shared a 61-run last wicket stand to get New Zealand up to 373 in their first inning
West Indies fast bowler Shannon Gabriel said that having New Zealand seven down by stumps on day one was a good effort from his team. He would concede that they had allowed the Black Caps too many scoring opportunities early in the day having failed to assess the pitch. Gabriel said after day one which saw New Zealand reach 286 for 7 in 87 overs be
Microsoft ’s Indian-born CEO Satya Nadella, who learnt leadership values and survival instinct while playing cricket in India, now wants his workforce to replay his past at the company’s upcoming revitalised campus. As part of a plan to overhaul its 500-acre campus in Redmond, Washington State, Microsoft will start a multi-year project in 2018 to c
Shannon Gabriel took three wickets as the West Indies recovered from an ineffectual start to fight their way back into the second Test against New Zealand on day one in Hamilton on Sunday. At stumps, New Zealand were 286 for seven with Tom Blundell on 12 and Neil Wagner on one. After a rollicking start, in which New Zealand punished some wayward bo
HAMILTON – The Windies will brace itself for another trial by bouncers as it faces New Zealand in the second and final Test of the series, starting in Hamilton on Saturday. Neil Wagner, the chief destroyer in the first Test in Wellington, registered the fourth-best bowling figures ever for New Zealand with 7 for 39 in the first innings, as the home
  LEFT-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul’s 24th five-wicket haul has given the Guyana Jaguars full control at the end of day one of their sixth round Cricket West Indies (CWI) Professional Cricket League (PCL) Four-day game against the Windward Islands Volcanoes at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence yesterday. Permaul, playing in his 99th fi
Kraigg Brathwaite is set to lead West Indies in the crucial second and final Test against New Zealand this weekend after Jason Holder was slapped with a one-match suspension yesterday for his second over-rate offence in 12 months. The Windies were fined for having a slow over-rate during the opening Test at the Basin Reserve in Wellington which end
KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC) – Cricket West Indies’ medical panel has been struck by two further resignations, including that of chairman Dr Donovan Bennett. The Observer newspaper here reported yesterday that Bennett and Dr Renee Best had both stepped down, following in the footsteps of Dr Akshai Mansingh who resigned as chief medical officer last mont

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For many years the West Indies team ruled the cricket world, playing undefeated in a Test series for over 15 years. Recently the West Indies team has suffered several losses but with the emergence of new high-calibre players the future for the West Indies cricket team looks very good!

West Indians are passionate about their cricket, quick to cheer when the team performs well but also quick to criticize a poor performance. Thousands of West Indians always turn out to watch their team play .... and hopefully win!

Cricket is seen as a unifying force in the West Indies, bringing together players (and supporters) from across the region. This gentleman's game has brought considerable exposure to the islands of the Caribbean, with the West Indian cricketers being remembered not only for their incredible talent and skills but also for their deportment and sense of fair play.

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