By Ravi MadholallBased on information emanating out of the Caribbean, incumbent president of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Dave Cameron is likely to retain his seat. But the final decision will be known on Sunday when the Elections will be held in his native country Jamaica. Since his... Read more
Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua – Coming off an emphatic and morale-boosting victory over the Leeward Islands Hurricanes, the USA men’s team scratched
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua– Keemo Paul produced a stunning bowling spell to defend the Jaguars 298 total and hand the Leeward Islands Hurricanes their first defeat of the Super50 Cup. Guyana Jaguars Captain, Leon Johnson won the toss and elected to bat first at the Coolidge Cricket Ground. Veteran batsman... Read more
Leeward Islands Hurricanes’ Rahkeem Cornwall stamped his name on the Super50 Cup from the very first match, when he smashed an unbeaten 132 not out against the USA cricket team, in the second match of Group B in Antigua.
Canadian-based Trinidadian Roy Singh is set to contest for Cricket Canada president on Sunday at the Hilton Hotel in Toronto where the Annual General Meeting will be held.
By Ravi Madholall Guyana Jaguars on the back of a resounding ninth-round performance against Windward Islands Volcanoes surged to another Professional Cricket League regional four-day title after completed the victory on Monday at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence. Since the double-round format was officially introduced in 2015, the Guyanese... Read more
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
When people think about the stalwarts of cricket in New York, the Millat Sporting Goods Brand stands tall amongst its many competitors. Established in 1984 by Muhammad Hussain, Millat Sports has been providing high quality cricket equipment to teams across the tri-state area
Guyana Amazon Warriors have stepped up their preparations for the forthcoming HERO Caribbean Premier League (CPL) season by confirming New Zealand star batsman Martin Guptill as their captain. Guptill, 29, is the franchise’s marquee player and is currently ranked third in the ICC World T20 batting rankings. The Aucklander... Read more