West Indies

Sarwan Happy To Be Back In West Indies Squad

Ramnaresh Sarwan last pulled on the maroon colours of the West Indies against India in June 2011. Now, some 18 months later, he has been recalled ahead of the tour of Australia. Putting behind him the loss of his central contract and the loss of form that lost him his place, the former captain returns with an excellent season for Leicestershire in 2012 behind him, and he is delighted to have been given another chance.
16 January 2013

West Indies Recall Sarwan For Australia Tour

The West Indies have named a 15-man squad for their limited overs series in Australia, recalling Ramnaresh Sarwan and Narsingh Deonarine but leaving out Marlon Samuels. Dwayne Bravo also returns following a prolonged absence due to injury and will act as vice-captain to Darren Sammy, who will continue as captain in the West Indies' first engagement since their tour of Bangladesh.
16 January 2013

More Taylor Brilliance Wins West Indies Final ODI

An inspired performance by Stafanie Taylor drove the West Indies Women to a 22-run victory over South Africa Women in the fifth and final One-Day International in Dominica. Taylor's 76 helped the West Indies post 177 for eight and by bowling out South Africa for 155, they successfully levelled the series having been 2-0 down with three games remaining.
16 January 2013

Fourth West Indies-South Africa Game Rained Off

The fourth One-Day International betweenWest Indies Women and South Africa Women in Dominica was abandoned due to rain, leaving South Africa 2-1 up with one game to play. The start was delayed and South Africa were bowled out for 139 before the West Indies only managed to reach eight without loss in two overs before the rain closed in again.
14 January 2013

Taylor, Quintyne Too Strong For South Africa

Stafanie Taylor took four wickets and scored a half-century to launch the West Indies Women to an eight-wicket win over South Africa Women in the third One-Day International in Dominica. She returned four for 22 as South Africa were bowled out for 120 and then top scored with 71 as the West Indies took their first win of the series.
13 January 2013

Team Confirmed For Prime Minister's XI Match

The line-up for the Australian Prime Minister's XI to take on the touring West Indians in Canberra on 29th January has been confirmed. As previously announced, recently retired Ricky Ponting will captain the side and will have experienced wicket-keeper Brad Haddin as his vice-captain.
11 January 2013

South Africa Hold Nerve To Clinch Second Win

Four wickets for Sunette Loubser and an unbeaten innings of 33 from Dane van Niekerk guided South Africa Women to a four-wicket win over West Indies Women in the second One-Day International in Saint Kitts. In a low-scoring match, the West Indies were dismissed cheaply for the second game in a row but without van Niekerk's effort, the home side might well have levelled the series.
10 January 2013

Van Niekerk Hat-Trick Downs West Indies

Dane van Niekerk took a hat-trick and returned figures of five for 28 to bowl South Africa Women to an 80-run win over West Indies Women in the first One-Day International in Saint Kitts. After Trisha Chetty's 57 had helped South Africa reach 206 for eight, van Niekerk ripped through West Indies' batting to dismiss the home side for 126 in reply.
8 January 2013

Brits Returns For West Indies Tour

West Indies Women and South Africa Women have both named their squads for the five-match One-Day International series between the two sides, which begins in St Kitts on 7th January. West Indies will again be led by Merissa Aguilleira and include ICC Women's ODI Player of the Year, Stafanie Taylor, as their vice-captain.
21 December 2012

Cricket World Extras - Australia-West Indies Preview

John Pennington and Chetan Narula look ahead to the ICC World Twenty20 semi-final between Australia and the West Indies.
19 December 2012

West Indies-South Africa Dates And Venues Revealed

West Indies Women will play five One-Day Internationals and two Twenty20 Internationals against South Africa Women from 7th to 20th January. The ODI series will provide both teams with competitive preparation for the World Cup and the two Twenty20 matches will be played ahead of the final matches of the Caribbean Twenty20.
11 December 2012

Samuels Blasts West Indies To 18-Run Win

The West Indies won their first match since triumphing at the ICC World Twenty20 but were pushed hard by Bangladesh before running out the victors by 18 runs in Mirpur. Marlon Samuels thumped nine sixes in an innings of 85 that led the West Indies to 197 for four before Bangladesh, inspired by Tamim Iqbal's 88 not out, closed on 179 for one.
10 December 2012

Bangladesh Clinch Series In Tense Finale

Despite failing to chase 212 yesterday, Bangladesh managed, just about, to chase six more than that today to win an absorbing five-match series against the West Indies by three games to two. They lost regular wickets throughout their run chase and it was left to number ten Elias Sunny to partner Nasir Hossain when the winning boundary was hit. Shafiul Islam had earlier made the most of his first chance of the series, taking three for 31, as the West Indies batsmen again struggled.
8 December 2012

West Indies Square Series Thanks To All-Round Sammy

When West Indies went two-nil down to Bangladesh just five days ago there were again calls in some quarters for their captain Darren Sammy's head. However, less than a week later Sammy has played a starring role in helping West Indies level the series. His unbeaten 60 from number eight allowed the West Indies to recover from more spin-induced woes to post a competitive total, while his first-over double-strike provided the hosts with a setback from which they never recovered.
7 December 2012

Bangladesh Add Elias Sunny To ODI Squad

Bangladesh have added left-arm spinner Elias Sunny to their squad for the final two One-Day Internationals against West Indies in Mirpur. Bangladesh raced into a 2-0 series lead in Khulna but have been pegged back as West Indies, inspired by four wickets from their spinner Sunil Narine, won the third game by four wickets.
6 December 2012

Samuels And Narine Keep Series Alive

The series was Bangladesh's for the taking before the third One-Day International in Mirpur began, but, thanks to Marlon Samuels and Sunil Narine, West Indies live to fight another day. Narine finally found some of the magic that he had been missing on the tour so far and took four for 37 to help restrict the hosts to a modest total, while Samuels hit a century to help steady West Indies' shaky run chase.
5 December 2012

Gibson Expects Improvement In Remaining ODIs

West Indies coach Ottis Gibson expects his side to produce an improved performance in the third One-Day International against Bangladesh in Mirpur tomorrow (5th December). His side trail 2-0 in the five-match series after Bangladesh won the opening two matches by seven wickets and 160 runs respectively.
4 December 2012

Injured Abul Hasan Ruled Out Of Last Three ODIs

Bangladesh will have to do without the services of all-rounder Abul Hasan as they try to protect their 2-0 One-Day International series lead over the West Indies. Hasan, who shot to prominence by scoring a century making his Test debut at number 10, also against the West Indies, suffered a side strain during his side's 160-run win in the second game in Khulna.
3 December 2012

India To Open Women's World Cup Against West Indies

Hosts India will get the 2013 ICC Women's World Cup underway when they take on the West Indies in the tournament's opening game at the Wankhede Stadium on 31st January. Five-time champions Australia play Pakistan on the same day, 2009 runners-up New Zealand take on South Africa one day later and reigning champions England get their defence underway against Sri Lanka on 2nd February.
3 December 2012

Bangladesh Break Record As They Demolish West Indies

Bangladesh recorded their biggest ever win in terms of runs in One-Day Internationals as they thrashed West Indies by 160 in Khulna. Anamul Haque set things up with a mature 120 and added 174 with Mushfiqur Rahim to help the hosts recover from a shaky start. Sohag Gazi and Abdur Razzak then each took three wickets as West Indies imploded for 132 in the run chase.
2 December 2012


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