ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies (CWI) has continued its efforts to strengthen coaching and ultimately improve the quality of regional squads and players in the region. CWI and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have collaborated on another Level 3 certification course resulting in a further 25 coaches in the region attaining the Level 3 standard.
Katey Martin scored a blistering half-century while Leigh Kasperek and Sophie Devine shared five wickets between them as New Zealand Women edged out Windies Women by eight runs in the first Twenty20 International at Bay Oval.
The West Indies is geographically and culturally one of the most unique and diversified regions in the world. We have a mixture of races, religions and beliefs that is evident in our foods, music and our cricket.
The ICC has confirmed that the Event Technical Committee of the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2018 has approved Keemo Paul as a replacement player for Sheldon Cottrell in the Windies squad for the tournament, which began on 4 March.
With defeats in both their games, Papua New Guinea will be desperate to keep their hope alive when they face two-time World Champions West Indies in the 10th game of the ICC World Cup Qualifiers 2018 at Old Hararians Sports Club.
HARARE, Zimbabwe – Shimron Hetmyer spoke to CWI Media after his maiden international century helped the Windies to victory by 60 runs over United Arab Emirates in their opening ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier match.