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  PROVIDENCE, GUYANA – SEPTEMBER 08: In this handout image provided by CPL T20, Chanderpaul Hemraj of Guyana Amazon Warriors celebrates his half century during match 6 of the Hero Caribbean Premier League between Guyana Amazon Warriors and Barbados Tridents at Guyana National Stadium on September 8, 2019 in Providence, Guyana. (Photo by Randy Brook
In a move aimed at improving West Indies' standing in limited-overs cricket, Kieron Pollard has been appointed the captain of their white-ball teams with immediate effect. Pollard replaces Jason Holder as the ODI captain and Carlos Brathwaite in T20Is. Pollard, 32, was recently recalled to the T20I squad in the home series against India, but has no
Richie Richardson, it can be argued, was the last captain who led a formidable West Indian team. (Above) Richardson during the Hero Cup in Mumbai in 1993. (Express Archives) Richie Richardson was known for two things: his maroon sun hat and that brutal cut shot. The arms would whizz in the air, the bat would come down in a blur at the ball; a shot
A target of 419, with well over a day’s play to go, was always going to be tricky for West Indies, but 100 all out in 26.5 overs was perhaps a notch or three lower than where the team wanted to be. Captain Jason Holder said their batsmen need to “look at themselves seriously in the mirror” after that display. “Our batters did not come to the party,
Jason Holder (Getty Images) (CMC) — West Indies captain Jason Holder has retained his all-rounder top-ranking ahead of Thursday’s start of the two-Test series against India in Antigua. The 27-year-old Barbadian topped the all-rounders’ charts in Tests back in January, following his stunning double hundred in the first Test against England at Bridge
The day after Brian Lara's world record 501 not out at Edgbaston he was turning out for the Bears at The Oval in a Benson & Hedges Cup semi-final At a time when bat dominates ball, switch-hits and scoop-shots are commonplace and teams regularly rack up eye-watering totals, there is one 25-year-old record that has stood the test of time. On Tues
Chris Gayle scored a typically brutal half-century in what looked set to be his final ODI appearance for West Indies. Three days after he overtook Brian Lara to become West Indies' record run-scorer in the format, Gayle flayed India's bowlers for a 41-ball 72 in Port of Spain. Boundaries accounted for 62 of the runs from the tall left-han
Chris Gayle broke Brian Lara's ODI run-scoring and West Indies appearance records before falling cheaply after India captain Virat Kohli made another sublime century in Port of Spain. Gayle marked his historic 300th match in the 50-over format by bettering the great Lara's tally of 10,348 runs at the Queen's Park Oval on Sunday. The 39-year-old ope
Chris Gayle made just four runs on his 299th ODI appearance for West Indies as the first match of their series with India was abandoned due to rain. Having elected not to retire after the World Cup as initially planned, Gayle matched Brian Lara's one-day appearance record on Thursday, though he failed to impress with the bat and made just 
Cricket West Indies spin bowling camp underway (MENAFN - Caribbean News Now) ST JOHNS, Antigua – Cricket West Indies (CWI) is investing in two regional spin bowling camps, using the services of legendary former Pakistan leg-spinner and current West Indies spin bowling coach Mushtaq Ahmed. This is part of a new coaching investment programme to focus

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For many years the West Indies team ruled the cricket world, playing undefeated in a Test series for over 15 years. Recently the West Indies team has suffered several losses but with the emergence of new high-calibre players the future for the West Indies cricket team looks very good!

West Indians are passionate about their cricket, quick to cheer when the team performs well but also quick to criticize a poor performance. Thousands of West Indians always turn out to watch their team play .... and hopefully win!

Cricket is seen as a unifying force in the West Indies, bringing together players (and supporters) from across the region. This gentleman's game has brought considerable exposure to the islands of the Caribbean, with the West Indian cricketers being remembered not only for their incredible talent and skills but also for their deportment and sense of fair play.

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