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West Indies all-rounder, Dwayne Bravo says he is not seeking a return to the regional side for next year’s World Cup in England.

CARICOM moving ahead to restructure West Indies cricket

CARICOM is moving ahead with plans to ensure the restructuring of the governance of West Indies cricket, despite the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) request to have Cricket West Indies (CWI) president Dave Cameron at any meeting between the two bodies.

Jason Holder to lead ICC team

West Indies captain Jason Holder, was recently chosen to lead the ICC World Cup Qualifiers team of the tournament.

Sarwan slams CWI

Former West Indies and Guyana batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan has called on the administrators of Cricket West Indies (CWI) to “pad up” and take the field to help the West Indies qualify for the 2019 ICC World Cup.

Tribute to late Vincentian cricket manager

Frank “Monty” Clarke, a Washington, D.C.-based tax accountant and former treasurer/public relations officer of the Sion Hill Sports and Cultural Club in St.

Gayle not to be written off

West Indies head coach Stuart Law has warned cricket pundits not to write off Chris Gayle because he may not have fired in the recent limited overs series against New Zealand.

It’s Sir Charles now

For years they partnered to create a legendary and formidable duo driving terror and trepidation into batsmen across the world, now his nation has seen it fit to knight Charlie Griffith placing him on the same pedestal as Sir Wesley Hall.

Coach: Chris Gayle still valuable

West Indies coach Stuart Law said that the Cricket West Indies (CWI) selectors should be lenient towards Chris Gayle selection on the West Indies team, describing him as a player “committed to the cause.

Off-spinner reported to ICC

West Indies part-time off-spinner Kraigg Brathwaite has been reported to the International Cricket Council (ICC) for having a suspect bowling action, following the Caribbean’s side humiliating 209-run defeat by England at Egdbatson, London recently.

Ottis Gibson to coach Proteas

Former Barbados and West Indies fast bowler, Ottis Gibson, was appointed the new head coach of South Africa cricket team.


The new television rights deal is just not cricket

Seven and Foxtel’s joint billion-dollar deal for the broadcast rights to Test and limited overs cricket is about as clear a breach of the anti-siphoning legislation as you could hope for.