Ryan Ramdass Bats For West Indies In New Zealand
By Ravendra MadholallFormer Guyana and West Indies opening batsman Ryan Ramdass is backing West Indies to do well in their two-match test series against host-nation New Zealand. The first test is set to bowl off on December 3 while the second encounter will commence December 10. The two teams... Read more
Romario Shepherd To Replace Injured Dwayne Bravo
ST JOHN’S, Antigua – West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has been ruled out of the upcoming tour of New Zealand due to a groin injury. The experienced 37-year-old sustained the injury on Saturday whilst playing for the Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League (IPL).Bravo, the two-time T20... Read more
Jamaica Tallawahs Beat Amazon Warriors In Second Encounter
Jamaica Tallawahs 113/5 (Bonner 30, Phillips 26, Russell 23, Blackwood 23; Naveen 2/35, Paul 1/16, Nedd 1/17, Tahir 1/23) beat Guyana Amazon Warriors 108/9 (Taylor 25, Naveen 20*, Pooran 15; Mujeeb 3/11, Edwards 3/30, Lamichhane 1/12, Russell 1/17) by 5 wickets Lightning did not strike twice in Hero Caribbean... Read more
Brilliant Keemo Paul and Shimron Hetmyer Propel Warriors To First Win
Guyana Amazon Warriors 131/7 (Hetmyer 71, Hemraj 19, King 10, Rutherford 10; Emrit 3/31, Cottrell 1/24, Drakes 1/28) beat St Kitts & Nevis Patriots 127/8 (Lewis 30, Dunk 29, Emrit 17, Lynn 16; Paul 4/19, Tahir 2/18, Green 1/24) by 3 wickets Keemo Paul and the spinners handsomely repaid... Read more
Narine Shines With Bat And Ball As TKR Beat Amazon Warriors
Trinbago Knight Riders 147/6 (Narine 50, Darren Bravo 30, Munro 17; Naveen 2/21, Tahir 2/40, Paul 1/21, Shepherd 1/30) beat Guyana Amazon Warriors 144/5 (Hetmyer 63, Taylor 33, Pooran 18, Paul 15; Narine 2/19, Ali Khan 1/21, Seales 1/24) by four wickets Sunil Narine’s whirlwind 50 and miserly 2/19... Read more
Leon Johnson Optimistic Of Amazon Warriors Winning CPL This Year
By Ravendra MadholallGuyana Jaguars’ skipper Leon Johnson is very optimistic Guyana Amazon Warriors can lift the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) T20 trophy this year. According to the West Indies left-hander, the Warriors have been the most consistent team since the inauguration of the tournament in 2013, and that... Read more
Guyana Amazon Warriors Announce Local Players Retention
The Guyana Amazon Warriors have announced the West Indian players they will be retaining for the 2020 Hero Caribbean Premier League. International retentions and signings will be announced at a later date. This year teams can retain as many players from their 2019 squads as they wish. They could... Read more
Objectivity Set For Both West Indies, Ireland In First One-Day
By Ravi MadholallThe objectivity for the first game is no doubt to come out victorious, and can be deemed an encounter of enormous importance for host-team West Indies and their opponents Ireland. In this highly-anticipated three-match 50-over rubber, the Caribbean boys would go into actions as firm favorites on... Read more
Rajendra Chandrika Backs Windies To Come Good Against Afghanistan
By Ravi MadholallFormer West Indies opening batsman Rajendra Chandrika is backing West Indies to dominate proceedings against Afghanistan in all three formats when the actions get cracking next month in India. West Indies will play three T20s, three one-day internationals and a one-off test and the Guyanese Chandrika feels... Read more
Guyana Amazon Warriors Registered Ninth Consecutive Victories
Guyana Amazon Warriors 156/6 (Malik 73*, Rutherford 45, DC Green 2/23, Thomas 2/40) beat Jamaica Tallawahs 79 (Phillips 21, Das 21, Tahir 3/12, Paul 2/2, Qais Ahmad 2/20) by 77 runs Guyana Amazon Warriors made it nine wins from nine in the 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL), thrashing... Read more