Georgetown, Guyana – Guyana Harpy Eagles secured a thrilling 17-run victory over the Leeward Islands Hurricanes to win the West Indies Championship title and claim the Headley-Weekes Trophy. Kevin Sinclair’s six-wicket haul sealed the deal for Guyana as they bowled out Leewards for 125 on the fourth and final... Read more
Saturday, 24 December 2022 — ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies (CWI) today announced a new innovation for the long format of the game, with the addition of a triangular red-ball tournament to start at the end of the West Indies Championship in April, 2023. The new Headley... Read more
By Ravi MadholallGuyana Jaguars suffered an eight-wicket defeat recently at hands of Jamaica Scorpions in their eight-round match of the 2018/2019 Professional Cricket League regional four-day tournament. The defending champions now have five wins and three loses but they still remain at the top on the points table with... Read more
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies (CWI) has confirmed the 13-member WINDIES squad for the imminent Tour of Pakistan which features three Twenty20 Internationals on April 1, 2 and 3 in Karachi. SQUAD Jason Mohammed (Captain) Samuel Badree Rayad Emrit Andre Fletcher Andre McCarthy Keemo Paul Veerasammy Permaul... Read more
Jamaica Scorpions went into this match looking for a victory over USA Cricket with the hope of it being enough to get them the final semi-final spot up for grabs.
Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua – The USA men’s team bounced back with a decisive victory over the Leeward Islands Hurricanes, after losing all four of their previous outings in the 2018 Cricket West Indies Super 50 Cup matches.
Former Guyana first-class wicketkeeper Azib Ali Hanif is very confident and simultaneously optimistic Guyana Jaguars can do the trick too in the abbreviated version in the current Cricket West Indies Super50
Coming off their third loss in the Cricket West Indies Super 50 Cricket Festival Cup, where the USA Cricket men’s team managed to bat for 49.2 overs
Despite losing for the third straight outing in the Windies Super 50 Cricket Festival Series currently under way in Barbados and Antigua, the USA men’s cricket team