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Cameron says CWI has concerns with CPL

Franchise owners in the Caribbean Premier League are losing big bucks and if that continues it could threaten the future of the popular regional T20 league.

Bigger role for ‘Bird’

Joel Garner’s days of managing the West Indies team is over but he has an even bigger role now.

Chase on point

Roston Chase hasn’t featured in a West Indies One-Day International team for the last three series.

Pybus returns to oversee performance

ST JOHN’S – Englishman Richard Pybus has made a surprising return to West Indies cricket as high performance director, just over a year after leaving the post of director of cricket.

Challenor win charity cricket match

THE CHALLENOR Creative Arts and Training Centre proved to be too strong for the Guyana Association of Barbados when the teams met for a fundraising charity T20 match recently at Kensington Oval.

Narine ‘not rushing back’

West Indies off-spinner Sunil Narine says he is still interested in representing the regional team, but does not feel he is ready for a return to international cricket.

Windies ‘A’ to face England Lions in pink ball “Test”

ST JOHN’S – The Selection Panel of Cricket West Indies (CWI) today announced the Windies “A” Team squad for three-match “Test” Series against England Lions in the Caribbean.

Carter, Chase steer Pride to victory

It was reassuring to see two Barbadians batting intelligently with maturity, responsibility and authority yesterday.

Estwick eager to coach ‘A’ team

COACH RODDY ESTWICK is “far from disappointed” at being bypassed for the forthcoming ICC World Cup Qualifiers in Zimbabwe and delighted to be working with the West Indies “A” for the tour by England Lions.

Hinds does it for Marooners

A fine all-round performance by veteran Ryan Hinds propelled Combined Campuses and Colleges Marooners to a whopping 115-run victory over the Windward Island Volcanoes as the 2018 Cricket West Indies Super50 Cricket Festival began at the sunny 3Ws Oval yesterday.


Toby Roland-Jones set to miss Ashes this winter through back injury

England seamer Toby Roland-Jones is set to miss this winter's Ashes after scans confirmed he has a stress fracture in his back.