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Cook says there has to be a place for Test cricket

ENGLAND batsman Alastair Cook says he understands the proposed 100-ball competition but that Test and first-class cricket should be “protected”.

Sawh Volt Inc softball set for La Grange on June 10

La Grange School ground will come alive on June 10 when the Sawh Volt 7-a-side softball cricket competition is being stage.

In-form Gayle eyeing ODI success with Windies

MUMBAI, India, CMC – Veteran West Indies opener Chris Gayle has listed winning next year’s World Cup in England among his remaining high priorities, as his stellar international career winds towards an end.

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).

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.

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.

Reid, Adams shine as Farm record consecutive wins

Rawl Reid and Sheldon Perch slammed unbeaten half centuries as Farm recorded consecutive victories when the Georgetown Softball Cricket League Inc Crown Mining, Elegance Jewellery and Pawn Shop and Ink Plus softball tournament continued yesterday at Malteenoes Sports Club.

Forty Pre Level One Coaches complete successful Brian Ramphal/BCB Coaching Programme

Forty Pre Level One Coaches complete successful Brian Ramphal/BCB Coaching Programme May 30, 2018 Sports 0 The successful participants pose with their certificates.

Barrackpore takes Intercol Girls title

Barrackpore East Secondary School Girls team was crowned champions of the PowerGen Intercol T20 cricket series yesterday when it defeated St.

South East romps to finals in thriller

TT Red Force left-handed batsman Jeremy Solozano struck a 132 runs but left the Brian Lara Academy a disappointed player as East lost to South East by two wickets under the Duckworth/Lewis method in the first of the semi-finals of the TT Cricket Board (TTCB) Senior Interzone 50 overs Tournament yesterday.


Watson still good enough to play for Australia: Stoinis

Sydney, May 28 (IANS): A day after veteran Aussie Shane Watson single-handedly helped the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) to a third Indian Premier League (IPL) crown, all-rounder Marcus Stoinis feels the retired Watson could still be a force in international cricket in case he wants to come out of retirement.