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Kane Williamson will hope for a World Cup similar to 2015, Dimuth Karunaratne probably not. (IDI via Getty Images) Aaron Finch (Australia) IT’s a good question, I think, England have been in great form over the last couple of years and along with India, they’ve probably been the standout performers. So you’d have to say England are definitely the f
EYEBROWS were raised around the region after several high-profile players failed to find a home during Wednesday’s Caribbean Premier League (CPL) draft in London. Leading the list of notable Caribbean absentees for the upcoming season were Lendl Simmons, Dwayne Smith, Sunil Ambris, Davendra Bishoo and Kevon Cooper. The case of Simmons is particular
Barbadian speedster Jofra Archer. CMC – NEWLY-minted England fast bowler, Jofra Archer, believes he is well prepared for the challenges of the ICC World Cup despite his lack of experience in One-Day Internationals. The Barbadian, who qualifies for England through his British father, was on Tuesday named in the Lions’ final 15-man World Cup squad af
Seymour Nurse ( FILE ) THE cricket fraternity was thrown into mourning today when legendary Barbados and West Indies cricketer Seymour Nurse died at the Queen's Elizabeth Hospital after ailing for a long period. The affable Nurse, 85, was arguably one of the best and most attractive batsmen in world cricket in the 1960s. Wristy and artistic with wo
 Former Proteas all-rounder Lance Klusener has expressed concern at the team's batting depth ahead of the Cricket World Cup. In an interview with Netwerk24 , Klusener said the Proteas' long batting tail is his biggest worry ahead of the showpiece event in England and Wales. "I'm very worried with Andile Phehlukwayo at No 7 and Dale Steyn (or K
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) – South Africa have included off-form opening batsman Hashim Amla in their squad for the Cricket World Cup in England and Wales starting next month, but there is no place for all-rounder Chris Morris. Amla’s selection has been the topic of hot debate. He has been a stalwart at the top of the order for the last decade, but his fo
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Cricket West Indies president Ricky Skerritt has hailed the enthusiasm in the West Indies training camp, which got started on Monday at the Three Ws Oval here. Skerritt, along with chief executive Johnny Grave and director of cricket Jimmy Adams visited the camp at the UWI Cave Hill where the one-day squad for the Ireland Tri
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