West Indies

England Lead But West Indies Peg Them Back A Bit

Joe Root carved an aggressive and stroke-filled century as England accumulated a healthy 74-run lead in spite of a late fightback by West Indies at stumps on day three of the second Test in Grenada.
23 April 2015

Devendra Bishoo Upbeat On Making An Impact

West Indies leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo who made a comeback to the side after three years believes he can play an important role in the ongoing second Test against England in Grenada.
23 April 2015

England End Day Unharmed After Windies Show Late Resistance

A 52-run 10th-wicket partnership took West Indies close to 300 but a strong unbeaten opening stand of 74 for England ensured they finished day two of the second Test in Grenada on a positive note.
22 April 2015

Sri Lanka Women To Host West Indies In May

Sri Lanka Women will play West Indies Women in four One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals between 13th and 26th May.
22 April 2015

Marlon Samuels Unfazed About Milestones

West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels, who is nearing his seventh Test hundred during the ongoing second game against England in Grenada, seems unfazed by milestones.
22 April 2015

Marlon Samuels Rescues West Indies After England Dominate

West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels held one end up bravely to ensure England didn’t win day one of the second Test comprehensively after rain delayed the start of the game in Grenada.
21 April 2015

Denesh Ramdin Proud Of West Indies Resistance

West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin expressed happiness over the fight shown by his side throughout the first Test against England in Antigua that ended in a draw.
21 April 2015

Cricket Australia Hires Samuel Badree

West Indies leg-spinner Samuel Badree has been hired by Cricket Australia (CA) to work with the best young spinners in the country.
21 April 2015

It's Good To Be Underdogs - Devon Smith

West Indies opening batsman Devon Smith has stated that his side doesn’t mind being termed underdogs in the ongoing Test series against England.
20 April 2015

Sulieman Benn Dropped For Second Test Against England

West Indies have dropped the left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for the second Test against England which kicks off on Tuesday at the Grenada National Stadium.
19 April 2015

Jason Holder Urges West Indies To Take Inspiration From Draw

West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder believes that the hard-fought draw against England in the first Test in Antigua will give his side the much needed boost for the rest of the series.
18 April 2015

Can England Get Back To Winning Ways Against The West Indies?

England’s tour of the West Indies kicked off in earnest on April 13th with the first Test of the series at the picturesque Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.
17 April 2015

Phil Simmons Hopeful Of West Indies' Chances

West Indies coach Phil Simmons sounded optimistic about his team’s chances of staying alive in the game after the fourth day of the first Test against England in Antigua.
17 April 2015

West Indies Resist After England Race Ahead

Gary Ballance scored a gritty century to help England win the day even though West Indies hang on as the hosts require 340 more runs to win with eight wickets remaining at stumps on day four of the First Test at Antigua.
16 April 2015

My Focus Is On Test Cricket - Jermaine Blackwood

West Indies young batting sensation Jermaine Blackwood who scored his maiden Test century against England in the First Test in Antigua described it as a "special moment."
16 April 2015

England Build On Lead Even Though West Indies Fight

Jermaine Blackwood scored his maiden Test century and James Tredwell picked a four-wicket haul as England marginally won day three of the first Test of their West Indies tour at Antigua leading by 220 runs.
15 April 2015

England Ahead In Spite Of A West Indian Comeback

Kemar Roach finished with four wickets and quite a few top order West Indian batsmen got starts without going big on a shared day of cricket in the first test at Antigua where England has its nose firmly ahead at stumps on day two.
14 April 2015

Kemar Roach Laments Heavy Workload

West Indies pacer Kemar Roach expressed his anguish at the workload dished out to him on the opening day of the first Test against England in Antigua on Monday.
14 April 2015

Warning Bells For West Indies On Day One

Ian Bell stroked a sublime century as England resisted an early West Indian charge to move to a sound position of 341 for five on day one of the first Test in Antigua.
13 April 2015

Phil Simmons Happy With Talent In West Indies

Former West Indies all-rounder Phil Simmons who recently took over as the coach of the national team expressed his happiness at the pool of talent available in the Caribbean.
12 April 2015


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