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The West Indies celebrate a wicket against the Aussies at Trent Bridge on Thursday( Reuters photo) NOTTINGHAM, England (CMC) – Clive Lloyd, the last West Indies captain to taste World Cup glory, has insisted that the regional team need to make smarter decisions if they are to have an impact in the tournament. Lloyd, the legendary captain who won th
  West Indies' Chris Gayle asks for his third DRS review Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Boyer .. Michael Holding slams umpiring By Melinda Farrell in Nottingham MICHAEL Holding has slammed the umpiring during West Indies’ loss to Australia as “atrocious”, while Carlos Brathwaite described some decisions as “frustrating” and “dodgy” and sugge
ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) – A six-member Task Force has already commenced the process of reviewing the team selection policy of all West Indies teams. The recently appointed Selection System Task Force is chaired by Cricket West Indies (CWI) vice-president Dr Kishore Shallow and also includes CWI Director Enoch Lewis as deputy chairman; Director of
Shai Hope scored yet another century yesterday BRISTOL, England, CMC – Shai Hope struck another classy hundred while Andre Russell and Evin Lewis lashed half-centuries as West Indies flexed their muscle to brush aside New Zealand by 91 runs in their final official warm-up match, and find precious momentum ahead of their World Cup opener against Pak
POINTING THE WAY: West Indies skipper Jason Holder is hoping to create new memories during the upcoming World Cup. BRISTOL, England, (CMC) – Captain Jason Holder has underscored the importance of the ICC World Cup to the Caribbean, and hopes his West Indies side can make the region proud when the tournament bowls off here Thursday. West Indies boas
  Prime Minister, Moses Nagamootoo and CWI President, Ricky Skerritt President of Cricket West Indies, Ricky Skerritt has confirmed Guyana as hosts of the India tour in August. This information was disclosed following a meeting with Prime Minister, Moses Nagamootoo, one of a series of meetings scheduled for Skerritt on a two-day trip to Guyana
West Indies captain Jason Holder (centre) is flanked by Pakistan’s Sarfaraz Ahmed and Afghanistan’s Gulbadin Naib, as he speaks during an ICC captains media day, yesterday. (Photo courtesy ICC Media) LONDON, England (CMC) – Captain Jason Holder says the new World Cup format means teams will have to work harder to win the competition but says West I
West Indies batsman Shai Hope (CMC) – STYLISH Shai Hope stroked his second straight One-Day International hundred and fourth in eight innings but his fireworks were negated by a ragged fielding effort, as West Indies crashed to an eight-wicket loss to Bangladesh in the second match of the Tri-Nations Series here yesterday. Opting to bat first at Ca
CMC – TALISMANIC West Indies opener Chris Gayle has been named vice-captain for the upcoming World Cup, which is expected to be his swansong from the one-day format. Cricket West Indies announced Monday that the 39-year-old would serve as Jason Holder’s deputy for the May 30 to July 14  tournament ,while young stroke-maker, Shai Hope, will be
DUBLIN, Ireland – John Campbell and Shai Hope covered themselves in fame, when they shared 365 and shattered the World record for the biggest opening stand in the history of One-day Internationals to set the foundation for a 196-run victory for West Indies over Ireland in the Tri-Nation Series today. See the highest partnerships in ODIs below! Left

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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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