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Cinderella County champs seek title repeat!

On October 16, 2017, one of the major headlines in the sports section of the Stabroek News read, `Champs, at last, Essequibo win maiden tournament.’ If I’m not mistaken, that headline was plastered on the back page.

Will Keemo Paul play test cricket?

Now that the West Indies selectors have called up Guyanese all-rounder Keemo Paul for the all-important third and final test match against Sri Lanka, the $64,000 question is whether Paul will make his debut and play test cricket or be like a few other Guyanese cricketers who have made the West Indies One-day team but failed to play test cricket.

Chandimal suspended for Oval Test

Gros Islet, St Lucia, CMC – Sri Lankan skipper Dinesh Chandimal was suspended for one Test match and fined 100 per cent of his match fee after he was found guilty of altering the condition of the ball during the just concluded second Test match against the West Indies.

Guyana women secure consolation win over Leewards

Guyana women ended their run in the Cricket West Indies Female Regional T20 Blaze tournament with a commanding eight-wicket win over Leeward Islands on Monday at Sabina Park.

Holder eyes win in historic final Test

GROS ISLET, St Lucia, CMC – The West Indies are just one match away from a historic win over Sri Lanka, and captain Jason Holder says the regional side will be gunning for victory in the final Test.

Female powerlifting champion urges youths to take sports seriously

Female powerlifting champion, Runita White is calling for youths to take up the challenge in sports as part of their development.

Weather trumps record-breaking Gabriel to seal stalemate

GROS ISLET, St Lucia, CMC – Shannon Gabriel’s record eight-wicket haul set the stage for a sensational West Indies run chase but sloppy batting, coupled with inclement weather, ensured an anti-climatic end as the second Test against Sri Lanka ended in a draw here yesterday.

Make it 60 overs per day in Test cricket

For heaven`s sake, let us acknowledge that the eighty-over rule is based on nothing but tradition, and that by changing it to a sixty-over rule, more excitement will be added to 5-day cricket (the longest form of the game) without losing anything, and equally important, reducing the temptation  to infringe the rules against ball tampering.

Kuhn hits ton as Kent beats Worcestershire

(BBC) Heino Kuhn hit his fourth One-Day Cup century in five innings as Kent beat Worcestershire by two wickets yesterday to reach their first Lord’s final since 2008.

Sri Lanka cricket captain pleads not guilty to ball tampering

(ICC) Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal has pleaded not guilty to breaching Article 2.