West Indies’ quest for redemption has shifted from Providence, Guyana to Arnos Vale Ground (better known as The Playing Fields), St. Vincent.
In a clash of the cellar dwelling “titans”, West Indies earned the exclusive right to take up temporary residency in the cellar after losing a tense, nail-biter in the first One Day International
With less than eight weeks to go before the West Indian party begins at the ICC World Twenty20 2010.
By Ray Sundar The captains, Gayle and Utseya, strode to the pitch for the coin toss as brilliant sunshine descended on the field of play at Providence, Guyana. The latter won the toss and opted to bat. Soon thereafter they ran into trouble as Sibanda attempted an ill-advised single... Read more
A defeat inside two days by an innings is as pathetic as any team can perform, even if that display was illuminated by the brilliance of a nineteen year old batsman. Yes, expect the apologists for the West Indies Cricket Board to make heavy mileage of Adrian Barath’s Test... Read more
Travis Dowlin loves the game and he loves a fight. Put the two together and you have a tough battler who is “enjoying every minute” on the cricket field. The 32-year-old took the long route to international cricket but after waiting for over a decade for a call-up he... Read more