ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – The interim Selection Panel of Cricket West Indies has named West Indies “A” One-Day and (Four-Day) “Test” squads for the India “A” Tour of the West Indies, starting next month. The “A” squads comprise a combination of players with international match experience – headed by... Read more
BASSETERRE, St Kitts – Cricket West Indies (CWI) Selection Panel has called up Obed McCoy for the second and third matches in the Sandals Twenty20 International Series against England. The left-arm fast bowler will join the squad in St Kitts where the matches will be played on Friday and... Read more
By Ravi Madholall In their pulsating fourth limited-over match in Grenada, both England and Windies provided rich entertainment by compiling over 800 runs from 98 overs. Having said that, the fifth and final game is expected to be riveting as well on Saturday in St. Lucia. Despite the series... Read more
Carlos Brathwaite, Sheldon Cottrell and John Campbell have been called up to the West Indies squad for the first two ODIs against England. The changes to the 14-man squad became necessary due to injuries to opener Evin Lewis, as well as all-rounders Keemo Paul and Rovman Powell. The matches... Read more
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – Left-handers Devon Smith of Windward Islands Volcanoes and Veerasammy Permaul of Guyana Jaguars were the top individual performers in the 2017-18 Digicel 4-Day Championship which ended on Sunday. Smith gathered 1,095 runs at an average of 84.23 to cover himself in personal glory. He became... Read more
A century partnership of 101 for the fifth-wicket between John Campbell and Rovman Powell along with a five-wicket haul by Damion Jacobs saw the Jamaica Scorpions sting ICC Americas
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – West Indies head coach, Phil Simmons has assembled a group of 14 players in a one-week high performance camp focusing on batting and spin bowling. The players, some of whom have played at the international level, have been invited to attend as West Indies look ahead... Read more
The ICC America’s played their last game in the 2016 NAGICO Super50 Series toady against the Jamaica Scorpions at the National Cricket Centre in Couva, and they couldn’t hold on to win a game that they were in control of.
In the second round action of the WICB’S 2016 NAGICO Super50 Series, the Jamaica Scorpions made light work of the ICC Americas. After putting in a decent performance in their loss against the Barbados Pride, the Americas were expected to improve and give the Jamaicans a tougher match-up, unfortunately they didn’t.
Following are the squad lists declared for the start of the NAGICO Super50 Tournament taking place in Trinidad and St. Kitts from January 7 to 24: