West Indies


Red Force Divas settle for T20 bronze

T&T Red Force Divas ended their Cricket West Indies T20 Blaze campaign in fine style on Monday night at Sabina Park, Jamaica, but had to settle for third place in the competition after a seven-wicket win over the Windward Islands.

King helps T&T beat Jamaica

T&T cruised past hosts, Jamaica on Saturday night in the Cricket West Indies T20 Blaze Tournament at Sabina Park, Jamaica, to set up a must-win final today.

Malteenoes Cricket Academy starts July 23

REGISTRATION forms for the two-week Malteenoes Cricket Academy camp, which starts on July 23, will be available from 15:00hrs today at the club’s pavilion on Thomas Road, Thomas Lands.

Chandimal pleads not guilty to ball tampering

CMC – Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal will face charges of changing the condition of the ball at the end of the ongoing Test against West Indies but plans to contest the allegations after pleading not guilty.

Everest host Central All-Stars in pre Father’s Day showdown

The Everest Cricket Club ground will come alive tomorrow when Everest Masters take on Central Sports of Trinidad and Tobago in a friendly 30-over game.

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.

Sunday 10th June, 2018

The landslide victory by the Barbados Labour Party (BLP) in the general election on May 24 instant has had two significant outcomes.

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.

More Berbice Cricket Clubs benefit from $1M Balls Project

More Berbice Cricket Clubs benefit from $1M Balls Project Jun 06, 2018 Sports 0 Former BCB President Anil Beharry hands over balls to a representative of Kendall’s Union Sports Club.

Sir Viv eager for women’s tourney

BRIDGETOWN—Distinguished academic and cricket historian, Prof Sir Hilary Beckles, believes the “tide is turning” in West Indies cricket, and contends the excellence of the “Jason Holder generation” could lead to a revival of the former World champions.


India vs Australia: Shane Warne blasts Australian selectors over ‘ridiculous’ ODI...

Spin legend Shane Warne on Friday criticised the Australian team picked for the three-match ODI series against India, terming the selections ridiculous and senseless for not keeping in mind the upcoming World Cup.