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Windies crush Bangladesh

NORTH SOUND – West Indies crushed Bangladesh by an innings and 219 runs in just seven sessions, to record their fifth-largest Test victory ever and grab an all-important 1-0 lead in the two-match series here, on Friday.

Commonwealth says, cricket to promote peace and development

Representatives of government, diplomats, celebrities and religious leaders will help the Commonwealth kick-off a new cricket initiative.

Alexandra, CP in Under-13 final

ONE TO WATCH: Alexandra's captain and key all-rounder Micaiah Simmons playing through the on side during his knock of 79 against Foundation in the semi-finals.

BDF fields way to Sagicor T20 win

BDF players and supporters celebrate their capture of the BCA’s Sagicor T20 title.

Windies women’s championship attracts endorsements from top women in business

ST JOHN’S – Five well-known women and established women in their fields of professional work will partner with Cricket West Indies for the upcoming Women’s Championship scheduled for Jamaica, June 10 to 24.

Community Independence Celebrations launch May 12

Members of the public are reminded of the launch of the 2018 Community Independence Celebrations this Saturday, May 12, at the North Stars Cricket Club, Crab Hill, St Lucy, beginning at 5 p.m.

Bravo uncertain for home series

PORT OF SPAIN – Cricket West Indies (CWI) chief executive Johnny Grave has warned there will be no immediate return to the international side for Darren Bravo, after the left-hander thrice rejected offers to end his exile from the senior squad.


Fast-bowling depth makes India a formidable Test unit: Ishant Sharma –...

LONDON: Kapil Dev, Javagal Srinath and Zaheer Khan were more like lone rangers during their best days but India now has a pool of eight to nine fast bowlers who make the team a formidable Test outfit, feels senior-most speedster Ishant Sharma With 238 wickets in 82 Test matches, Ishant is the most-capped player in the longest version and along with Umesh Yadav and Mohammed Shami would pose challenge for the likes of Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow when India face England in the coming five-Test series, starting August 1.