West Indies

Renowned West Indian commentator Tony Cozier passes away

Renowned West Indian cricket commentator Tony Cozier passed away aged 75 on Wednesday at Bayview Hospital in Barbados.
11 May 2016

England Women to tour West Indies in October

The West Indies Cricket Board has confirmed that they will host the England Women’s team for a five-match One-Day International series during a two-week period in October.
10 May 2016

South Africa pick Tabraiz Shamsi for West Indies tri-series

South Africa have included left-arm chinaman bowler Tabraiz Shamsi in the 15-man squad for the upcoming tri-nation series scheduled to be played in West Indies in June.
6 May 2016

Australia remain No.1 in ODIs, New Zealand claim top spot in T20I rankings

Australia continue their reign at the top of the International Cricket Council One-Day International rankings while New Zealand have claimed the pole position in the shorter format of the game according to the latest update.
4 May 2016

Melbourne Renegades open to re-signing Chris Gayle

Melbourne Renegades coach David Saker stated that there is still a chance that the franchise will re-sign Chris Gayle despite his involvement in a controversy last season.
4 May 2016

India, West Indies to resume bilateral ties

India are set to tour West Indies in July to play in a four-match Test series as the Board of Control for Cricket in India and West Indies Cricket Board have resumed bilateral ties.
30 April 2016

John Hastings to miss West Indies tour after undergoing surgery

Australian speedster John Hastings is expected to miss the tour of West Indies after having undergone an ankle surgery to treat his injury which he picked during the ongoing Indian Premier League.
27 April 2016

ICC reprimands West Indies players for World T20 outburst

The West Indies players received a reprimand from the International Cricket Council for their behaviour and comments made after their victory in the 2016 ICC World Twenty20.
26 April 2016

Cricket Australia has no plans to ban Chris Gayle from Big Bash League

Cricket Australia (CA) chief executive James Sutherland has confirmed that the board will not ban West Indies batsman Chris Gayle from the Big Bash League and the call of including him has been left to the respective teams.
23 April 2016

BCCI waives penalty on WICB for 2014 tour abandonment

The president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India Shashank Manohar has revealed that the $41.97 million claim imposed on the West Indies Cricket Board for the abandonment of the 2014 tour has been waived.
22 April 2016

West Indies can reach the top by selecting the best players - Phil Simmons

West Indies coach Phil Simmons stated that if the national squad can feature the best players available, they can be the number one team in the limited overs formats.
15 April 2016

Dwayne Bravo reaches 300-wicket mark in T20s

West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has become the first bowler to take 300 wickets in Twenty20 matches during his spell for the Gujarat Lions against Kings XI Punjab in the ongoing Indian Premier League.
12 April 2016

I will adapt according to requirements of Delhi Daredevils - Carlos Brathwaite

West Indies all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite expressed that he is ready to take up any role assigned to him by the Delhi Daredevils side in the ongoing season of the Indian Premier League.
9 April 2016

World T20 final loss was complete devastation - Ben Stokes

England all-rounder Ben Stokes revealed that the dramatic loss in the 2016 ICC World Twenty20 final left him completely devastated.
8 April 2016

Sunil Narine bowling action cleared

The International Cricket Council on Thursday has cleared the bowling action of West Indies spinner Sunil Narine ahead of the Indian Premier League 2016 tournament which begins on Saturday.
8 April 2016

Bravo comes out in support of Sammy's comments

West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has stated that he supports Darren Sammy for the comments made during the post-match presentation of the final of the recently concluded ICC World Twenty20.
6 April 2016

Beausejour Cricket Ground renamed to honour Darren Sammy

The Prime Minister of St Lucia, Kenny Anthony has made an announcement that the Beausejour Cricket Ground will be renamed as Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium after the 32-year-old led West Indies to a second ICC World Twenty20 title.
6 April 2016

A great day for West Indies cricket

Donovan Miller, director of the Chris Gayle Academy, gives us his reaction to what he calls a great day for West Indies cricket, after they picked up two global titles on Sunday.
4 April 2016

WICB President full of praise for World T20 organisers

President of the West Indies Cricket Board Dave Cameron has praised the organisers of the ICC World Twenty20 tournament which was won by the West Indies on Sunday in Kolkata.
4 April 2016

Feeling of winning the World Cup hasn't sunk in yet - Carlos Brathwaite

West Indies all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite dedicated the ICC World Twenty20 victory of his team to the people of Caribbean after defeating England in the final by four wickets in Kolkata.
4 April 2016