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West Indies Win!

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad,  CMC – West Indies needed just 20 balls in the space of 13 minutes after lunch, to emphatically crush Sri Lanka by 226 runs in the opening Test here yesterday, and claim their first Test win over the Asian side in 10 years.

Hope battles Friendship today for third place

After a lengthy delay, the highly anticipated Regional Democratic Council (RDC)/ Lloyd Britton/ Devcon Construction/ Regional Executive Officer (REO) Inter Secondary Schools Knock out competition will see  the third place playoff today and the inaugural final tomorrow, both at Everest Cricket Club, Camp Road.

Rowley, Cricket Australia discuss WI governance

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados,  CMC – Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley has conveyed CARICOM’s position on West Indies cricket to Cricket Australia, following a meeting in Melbourne.

ICC taking corruption allegations “extremely seriously”

(Reuters) – The International Cricket Council (ICC) is taking “extremely seriously” the allegations of corruption to be aired in a documentary by news organisation Al Jazeera yesterday.

Campbelle to lead Guyana senior female cricket team

West Indies player Shemaine Campbelle was named captain of the Guyana senior female cricket team named yesterday ahead of their encampment as part of their preparations for the Cricket West Indies (CWI) Regional Women’s 50 overs and T20 tournaments.

Blackman, Simpson book Hope’s Super 8 spot

A half century from Joshua Blackman and a five-wicket haul from Troy Simpson enabled Hope Secondary School to book a spot in the Super 8s of the Regional Democratic Council (RDC)/Devcon Construction/Lloyd Britton/Regional Executive Officer (REO) Region Four Inter-Secondary Schools Knockout Cricket Competition yesterday at the Everest Cricket Club, Camp Road.

Interim Injunction granted halting Ombudsman from functioning

An interim injunction was on Tuesday granted in the High Court to stop Attorney-at-Law Stephen Lewis from carrying out the functions of the Cricket Ombudsman.

Cricket Ombudsman

Followers of local cricket are shaking their heads in disbelief once again, as the local ruling body, the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB), has conjured yet another Machiavellian manoeuvre.

Stokes goes from MVP to Royal disappointment in IPL

NEW DELHI,  (Reuters) – Fourth months after splashing out $1.97 million to secure the services of Ben Stokes, Rajasthan Royals cannot be faulted for regretting the splurge as they struggle to stay afloat in this year’s Indian Premier League (IPL).

Samaroo leads Cummings Lodge to 107 run win

Demerara Under-17 all-rounder Andrew Samaroo produced a splendid all round performance yesterday to lead Cummings Lodge Secondary to a 107-run win over Bladen Hall Secondary at Lusignan Community Center Ground, East Coast Demerara.


India vs England: Dhoni’s knock reminded Gavaskar of his infamous 36...

Former India captain MS Dhoni was booed at Lord's during the second ODI against England as he played an innings of 37 from 59 balls.