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Sri Lanka’s Provincial Councils, Local Government and Sports Minister Hon. Faiszer Musthapha has appointed his Ministry Secretary Kamal Padmasiri as the ‘Competent Authority’ to run Sri Lanka Cricket, effective 1st June 2018. The Minister made this decision after the Appeal Court of Sri Lanka issued an interim injunction order on 30 th May to postp
(guyanachronicle)LEFT-arm spinner Anthony Adams believes that the dominant streak by the Guyana Jaguars has created immense competition for spots in the senior set-up. Adams has had modest returns in his First-Class debut last year, where he went wicket-less in an almost mute display, but remains one of the country’s leading spinners. However, for
 Evin Lewis raced to his half-century off 23 balls. LONDON, England (CMC) – Explosive opener Evin Lewis stroked his third Twenty20 International half-century to headline a feisty batting effort as West Indies brushed aside the ICC World XI by 72 runs in the high-profile Hurricane Relief fundraiser here yesterday. Sent in at historic Lord’s, th
Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal is excited to play at Lord’s Cricket Ground, the Home of Cricket, after a long time as he will represent ICC World XI against Windies this month. Photo: AFP The match will be played to raise funds to help hurricane-affected stadiums in the Caribbean caused by Irma and Maria. The initiative was taken by England and Wale
Windies batsman Chris Gayle has been commended for a gesture of sportsmanship after walking immediately after being dismissed by the Chennai Super Kings in a must-win encounter on Sunday.Gayle, who was yet to score, headed back to the pavilion after nicking a ball which slid down leg from the back of a length, bowled by Lungi Ngidi. The batsman was
(JAMAICAGLEANER)West Indies cricket legend Jeffrey Dujon says that despite Test cricket's fall in prominence and importance, this format has too much history and tradition for it to die. Dujon was commenting on former New Zealand captain Brendon McCallum's comments recently that this form of the game will not survive as not many countries can affor
(BARBADOS TODAY)In that great 1993 coming-of-age flick  A Bronx Tale,  the bus driver character played by actor Robert De Niro tells his young son: “The saddest thing in life is wasted talent, you can have all the talent in the world but if you don’t do the right thing then nothing happens.” West Indies batsman Darren Bravo at 29 is an on
Historic Kensington Oval is set to host the region’s first-ever day/night Test. ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) – Cricket West Indies (CWI) believes historic Kensington Oval is the ideal venue to host the Caribbean’s maiden day/night Test. The Oval, located in Bridgetown, will be the stage of next month’s ground-breaking third Test between West Indies and
Dhaka, Bangladesh (AFP) — Bangladesh have finally buried the hatchet with West Indies batting great Gordon Greenidge — nearly two decades after unceremoniously sacking him as head coach in the middle of the 1999 World Cup. The Bangladesh Cricket Board hosted a reception for Greenidge late Monday in Dhaka, reuniting the coach with his former players
Kevin O'Brien scored Ireland's first Test century to bolster hopes of at least avoiding defeat in their debut in the five-day game against Pakistan.  Ireland resumed day four on 64-0 in their second innings having been forced to follow-on by the visitors, who reduced the hosts to 157-6 to seemingly put them in position for an emphatic vic

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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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