By Ravi Madholall A buoyant Pakistani team having an unassailable 2-0 lead really demonstrates their prowess so far in this four-match T20 series against West Indies and must be psychologically advantageous for the third fixture on Saturday at the Queen’s Park, Oval, Trinidad and Tobago. They visitors started off... Read more
By Ravi Madholall While West Indies showed a pathetic display, Pakistan produced an imperious performance in the first T20 at the Kensington Oval, Barbados in the opener last Sunday. Hence, more challenges for the hosts in the second of the four encounters on Thursday at the Queen’s Park Oval... Read more
By Ravi Madholall International Cricket Council World Cup T20 victor West Indies and Pakistan will square off in the first of four allotted T20 matches on Sunday at the Kensington Oval, Barbados and former Guyana and West Indies all-rounder Royston Crandon is expecting the local boys to ditch out... Read more
The International Cricket Council (ICC) Americas team is set to compete in the 2017 West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) regional Super50 tournament which is slated to commence on Tuesday in co-host countries Barbados and Antigua.
USA Cricket Manager and Level 3 Coach Tom Evans of ICC Americas declared that the USA players have benefited significantly after they gathered at the Olympic Training Center (OTC) for a camp.
By Ravi Madholall in Toronto Former Guyana wicketkeeper/batsman Azib Alli Hanif is fully confident the Guyana Jaguars team can be triumphant in this year’s West Indies Cricket Board regional Super50 tournament which bowls off later this month in co-host countries Barbados and Antigua and Barbuda. Hanif, who is currently... Read more
By Ravi Madholall Since the introduction of the West Indies Cricket Board Professional Cricket League (PCL) four-day tournament in 2014, Guyana Jaguars have been the championship side on both occasions. Former Guyana opening batsman Krishna Arjune is backing his country’s boys to come out on top again and highly... Read more
Former USA player Clain Willaims has announced his retirement from the game recently citing family commitment and give the chance to the youths as the main reasons.
Twenty-seven-year-old Abdullah Syed wants to utilize his all-round skills for USA at the eminent International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cricket League (WCL) Division 4 limited-over tournament which is scheduled to commence on October 29 in Los Angeles.
USA rebounded nervously to beat Canada by two wickets in the third and final 50-over match of the Auty Cup on Sunday at Woodley Park facility in Los Angeles (LA).