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The ODI series is perched at 1-1 with the third game set for today Eoin Morgan won the toss and chose to bowl first © Getty Images CMC – As the West Indies prepare to face England in the crucial third Colonial Medical Insurance One-Day International against England here on Monday, batsman Darren Bravo has credited Chris Gayle for the team’s perform
Shimron Hetmyer celebrates his fourth ODI hundred (©Getty Images) THE legendary Sir Garfield Sobers says that Shimron Hetmy­er will be the next great West Indies player. Sobers made the comment at a function called an ‘Evening with Sir Gary’ at the Barbados national museum. Sobers said: “I like how this boy plays and he will be the next great batsm
Chris Gayle averages 37.12 at a strike-rate of 85.82 in ODIs West Indies batsman Chris Gayle will retire from one-day international cricket after this summer's World Cup. The left-hander, 39, has scored 9,727 ODI runs - second only to the legendary Brian Lara among West Indians - in 284 matches since his debut in 1999. Gayle said: "I'm looking to d
England captain Joe Root and Windies Shannon Gabriel shake hands at the end of the Third Testo ©Getty Images) WEST Indies fast bowler Shannon Gabriel has been charged by the International Cricket Council (ICC) following an incident with England captain Joe Root. Gabriel was warned by the umpires for the language he used on day three of the third Te
England captain Joe Root led from the front carving out his 16th test ton to put his team in a virtually impregnable position at yesterday’s close of play. GROS ISLET, St Lucia, CMC – Captain Joe Root’s 16th Test hundred helped starve West Indies of meaningful success as England extended their lead to well over 400, to take a stranglehold on the fi
Leon Johnson collects runs down the ground. The Guyana Jaguars took a giant step towards banishing the painful memory of their shock back-to-back defeats by producing a magical all-round performance to hammer a sloppy Jamaica Scorpions by seven wickets at the conclusion of round seven of the Cricket West Indies(CWI) Professional Cricket League four
‘Family comes first’ – Stuart Law on why he left the West Indies by Wisden Staff February 7, 2019 - 3:51pm 5 minute read Stuart Law has revealed how he came to the decision to leave his role as coach of the West Indies, with the consideration of spending more time with his family in England playing a significant part in his move to take charge of M
press release / ] The courage displayed by Windies fast bowler Alzarri Joseph to play on in the second Wisden Trophy Test has been hailed all around the cricket world. The 22-year-old was understandably heartbroken on Saturday morning when he got the news that his mother, Sharon Joseph died earlier in the day. Yet, he decided to carry on in the mat
Jason Holder has scored 229 runs and traken seven wickets in the series so far Cricket West Indies president Dave Cameron has hit out at the "crippling decision" to ban captain Jason Holder from the third Test against England. Holder has been given a one-match suspension for his side's slow over-rate during their second-Test victory. Cameron says t
Darren Bravo played a watchful innings, to be unbeaten on 33, along with his captain Jason Holder on 19, to see West Indies close at 272 for 6. NORTH SOUND, Antigua  (CMC) – West Indies dispensed with flair and charisma for the virtues of grind and attrition, as they wore down luckless England, to drive home their advantage on a compelling sec

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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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