West Indies

Neesham Makes History

Jimmy Neesham became the first New Zealander to score centuries in each of his first two Test matches as his side declared their first innings on day two of the opening game against the West Indies in Jamaica.
9 June 2014

New Zealand Make Slow, Steady Progress

The runs did not come quickly for New Zealand on day one of the opening Test against the West Indies in Jamaica, but they made good use of winning the toss to close on 240 for two.
8 June 2014

West Indies v New Zealand - A Statistical Preview

New Zealand meet the West Indies in a three-Test series that gets underway in Jamaica on Sunday (8th June). Matt Carter studies the form, the history and the stats in his in-depth preview of the series.
6 June 2014

West Indies Add Holder To Test Squad

The West Indies have added fast bowler Jason Holder to their Test squad two days before the first match against New Zeland begins in Jamaica.
6 June 2014

West Indies Confirm Test Squad

The West Indies have included Sulieman Benn, Kemar Roach and Jerome Taylor in their 13-man squad for the first Test against New Zealand which begins on 8th June.
3 June 2014

Barbados To Host Third Test

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has confirmed that Barbados will host the third and final New Zealand Test later this month.
2 June 2014

Guyana Loses New Zealand Test

The West Indies Cricket Board has taken the decision to move the third Test between the West Indies and New Zealand away from Guyana.
1 June 2014

Narine To Miss New Zealand Tests

Sunil Narine will play for the Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League 2014 final and will not be considered for selection for the West Indies Test series against New Zealand.
30 May 2014

Bowlers Prosper In Jamaica

Both the touring New Zealanders and a Jamaica Select XI found batting difficult on the opening day of a two-day tour match at the Trelawny Multiplex.
30 May 2014

West Indies Step Up Test Preparations

Ahead of the three-match Test series against New Zealand, the West Indies are drawing on the experience of Sir Garry Sobers and Sir Curtly Ambrose.
28 May 2014

Sammy Retires From Test Cricket

Hours after being replaced by Denesh Ramdin as captain of the West Indies Test team, Darren Sammy has announced his retirement from the longest format of the game.
10 May 2014

West Indies Appoint Ramdin As Test Captain

Denesh Ramdin has been appointed as the new West Indies Test captain, replacing Darren Sammy, who had held the post since 2010.
9 May 2014

CPL 2014 To Open In Grenada

Grenada will host the launch and opening round of matches in this year's Caribbean Premier League, which will get underway on 11th July.
9 May 2014

WICB, USACA Join Forces

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and the United States of America Cricket Association (USACA) have announced a long-term joint partnership.
7 May 2014

Analysis - Kohli The Immaculate

Chetan Narula gives his latest analysis having witnessed Virat Kohil's outstanding match-winning innings against South Africa in the ICC World Twenty20 semi-final.
5 April 2014

Hot Spot - ICC WT20 2014 Final Preview - India v Sri Lanka - Cricket World TV

In their latest ICC World Twenty20 2014 Hot Spot show, John Pennington and Chetan Narula review the semi-finals and look ahead to the final between India and Sri Lanka.
5 April 2014

Video - Sri Lanka Through To WT20 Final After Washout - Cricket World TV

Our latest ICC World Twenty20 news video looks back at the first semi-final, which saw Sri Lanka beat the West Indies after rain and hail brought the game to a close.
3 April 2014

Sri Lanka Through After Thunderstorm

Sri Lanka beat the West Indies by 27 runs on the Duckworth/Lewis method after the first ICC World Twenty20 semi-final was curtailed due to rain and hail.
3 April 2014

Hot Spot - ICC WT20 2014 Semi-Final Previews - Cricket World TV

In their latest ICC World Twenty20 2014 Hot Spot, John Pennington and Chetan Narula review the end of the Super 10 stage, preview the semi-finals and make their predictions.
3 April 2014

Australia Reach Third Final In A Row

Australia advanced to the final of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 for the third time in a row after beating the West Indies by eight runs in the first semi-final in Mirpur.
3 April 2014


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