West Indies

Masakadza, Cremer Impress In Tour Game

Hamilton Maakadza scored a century, Vusi Sibanda hit 80 and Graeme Cremer took seven wickets as Zimbabwe warmed up for their Test series in the West Indies by drawing with a Sagicor High Performance Centre team. Masakadza made 112 in the Zimbabweans' first innings, Sibanda made a half-century in the second innings while Cremer returned seven for 79 as the home side were bowled out for 230.
11 March 2013

Gayle, Samuels, Shillingford Back For Zimbabwe Test

West Indies have named a 13-man squad for the first Test against Zimbabwe, which gets underway on Tuesday (12th March) at the Kensington Oval in Barbados. Opening batsman Chris Gayle returns to the squad having been rested for the Twenty20 and One-Day International series, while Dwayne Bravo and Sunil Narine are among those who miss out.
8 March 2013

West Indies Win Final Game In Dramatic Fashion

West Indies Women beat Sri Lanka Women by seven runs in the fifth and final Twenty20 International in Colombo, taking the series 4-1. In another tight game, West Indies posted 122 for five as Deandra Dottin top scored with 44 before their bowlers held their nerve at the death to dismiss Sri Lanka for 115.
8 March 2013

Sri Lanka Women Avoid Series Whitewash

Sri Lanka Women recorded a consolation win in the fourth Twenty20 International against the West Indies. With the series already won by the visitors, Sri Lanka's bowlers combined to dismiss their opponents for just 101 and then knocked off the runs, not without a few alarms, to win by four wickets.
7 March 2013

Roach, Samuels Named In Squad For Tour Game

Experienced internationals Marlon Samuels and Kemar Roach have been named as part of the Sagicor HPC squad to take on the Zimbabweans in a two-day tour game. Both teams will be able to use 13 players during the game, providing only 11 bat and the match is Zimbabwe's final preparation ahead of two Tests against West Indies in Barbados and Dominica.
5 March 2013

Outstanding West Indies Seal Series In Sri Lanka

Stafanie Taylor hit 75 in 46 balls and Shanel Daley then returned five for 15 as West Indies Women thumped Sri Lanka by 34 runs in the third Twenty20 International in Colombo. Taylor's innings helped the tourists reach an imposing 145 for six and Daley's career-best effort saw Sri Lanka dismissed for 111 in the final over, handing West Indies an unassailable 3-0 series lead.
5 March 2013

West Indies Wrap Up Limited-Overs Clean Sweep

West Indies were briefly tested by Zimbabwe before emerging as comfortable winners of the second Twenty20 International at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. Lendl Simons helped them survive a stuttering first half of their innings with a mature 41 off 39 balls, before Kieron Pollard provided the late momentum and, in conjunction with Darren Sammy, harvested 60 off the final five overs.
3 March 2013

Comfortable Win Puts West Indies Into 2-0 Series Lead

West Indies Women moved into a 2-0 series lead over Sri Lanka Women by winning the second Twenty20 International in Colombo by six wickets. Like the first match, runs came at a premium and after Sri Lanka had limped to 73 for eight, West Indies confidently reached 74 for four inside 16 overs to put themselves one win away from clinching the series.
3 March 2013

West Indies Crush Zimbabwe In Antigua

A change of scene didn't bring about any change in luck for Zimbabwe as they were handed their fourth straight defeat on their tour of the Caribbean. This time the West Indies, led by Lendl Simmons, and with supporting roles from Tino Best, Dwayne Bravo and Sunil Narine, triumphed by eight wickets in the first Twenty20 in Antigua. The match was over almost before it had begun as Zimbabwe lost their three best batsmen inside the first five overs.
2 March 2013

Aguilleira Guides West Indies Home In Low-Scoring Thriller

West Indian captain Merissa Aguilleira held her nerve to hit the winning runs from the final ball of the first Twenty20 International against Sri Lanka Women in Colombo. In a low-scoring match, Sri Lanka posted 87 for eight but it needed Aguilleira's calm unbeaten 34 - including a boundary from the final ball - to guide the tourists to a two-wicket victory.
1 March 2013

Barnwell And Badree Keen To Impress

The series of two Twenty20 Internationals between the West Indies and Zimbabwe this weekend offer the likes of Christopher Barnwell and Samuel Badree an opportunity to make a name for themselves. Batsmen Barnwell was recalled after a good run of form in the Caribbean T20 while leg-spinner Badree has played six Twenty20 Internationals since making his debut in 2012.
1 March 2013

Bravo Pays Tribute To Team-Mates After Series Win

Prior to the West Indies' clean sweep of Zimbabwe in the One-Day International series, Dwayne Bravo had only captained the men in maroon to victory five times. He now has a more healthy tally of eight wins leading his side and he has paid tribute to his team for delivering a series of impressive performances that heralded a happy return for international cricket to Grenada.
28 February 2013

Three Changes As Sri Lanka Name Twenty20 Squad

Sri Lanka have named a 14-member squad for the five-match Twenty20 International series against West Indies Women that gets underway tomorrow (1st Match). There are three changes from the squad that lost the One-Day International series 2-1.
28 February 2013

I Just Wanted To Bat To The End - Bravo

West Indies batsman Darren Bravo played two match-defining innings during the One-Day International series against Zimbabwe and both set up victories. In the opening match, his 71-ball unbeaten century laid the foundations for a 156-run win and in the final game his assured 72 not out took the West Indies over the line for a seven-wicket win.
27 February 2013

Cricket Video - Celebration For West Indies After ODI Series Win - Cricket World TV

A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news as we look back at West Indies 3-0 One-Day International series win over Zimbabwe in Grenada. There were some wonderful moments in the series including Darren Bravo's maiden ODI century, Dwayne Bravo takine six wickets in the second match and Ramnaresh Sarwan scoring a match-winning century in the second game.
27 February 2013

West Indies Seal Series Whitewash Against Plucky Zimbabwe

Darren Bravo's calm unbeaten 72 gave the West Indies a clean sweep of their ODI series against Zimbabwe. But for a period in the middle of their innings where Zimbabwe's pair of 22 year-old of leg-spinners, Natsai Mushangwe and debutant Tino Mutombodzi, built some pressure, the West Indies batsmen had things largely their own way.
26 February 2013

Gabriel, Barnwell In West Indies Twenty20 Squad

The West Indies have called up fast bowler Shannon Gabriel and recalled all-rounder Christopher Barnwell for their two Twenty20 Internationals against Zimbabwe next month. Uncapped Gabriel and Barnwell, who has four Twenty20 International appearances to his name, have been selected on the back of strong performances in the Caribbean T20 tournament in January.
26 February 2013

West Indies Win By 33 Runs To Clinch ODI Series

West Indies Women beat Sri Lanka by 33 runs in the decisive third One-Day International in Dambulla, repeating the 2-1 series win they managed at home against the same opponents in 2012. Shemaine Campbelle followed up her century in the second game by top scoring with 37 for the West Indies as they posted 191 for nine before Sri Lanka were restricted to 156 for nine in reply.
26 February 2013

ODI Century Was Like A Burden Lifted - Sarwan

West Indian batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan says his match-winning century against Zimbabwe in Sunday's second One-Day International in Grenada was like a burden being lifted from his shoulders. Brought back into the side to add his considerable experience to a developing team, Sarwan delivered by scoring a career-best 120 as the West Indies sealed the series with a seven-wicket victory.
26 February 2013

Bravo Happy With Sarwan Century, Own Career-Best

Ramnaresh Sarwan's match-winning century in the second One-Day International against Zimbabwe was his first triple-figure score for the West Indies since February 2011. Opening the batting, his 120 in 143 balls was the guiding hand that West Indies relied on to win by seven wickets with an over to spare.
25 February 2013

 
 
 
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