West Indies mystery spinner Sunil Narine is the Cricket World Player of the Week after making a stunning comeback to international cricket with eight wickets from two games in the ongoing tri-series involving South Africa and Australia.
Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon said that it was quite exciting to bowl alongside leg-spinner Adam Zampa after a man of the match performance in the win against West Indies in the ongoing tri-series in Guyana.
Nathan Lyon and Adam Zampa shared six wickets as Australia restricted West Indies to 116 and chased down the target in 25.4 overs with six wickets in hand to claim a bonus point victory in the second game of the tri-series in Guyana.
West Indies left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn has asserted that the hosts are currently in the driver's seat in the ongoing tri-series in the Caribbean after a win against South Africa in the first match.
West Indies coach Phil Simmons expressed that Kieron Pollard and Sunil Narine have shown how important they are for the team with their match-winning performances in the first game of the ongoing tri-nation series against South Africa.
Sunil Narine went on to register the best figures by a West Indian bowler against South Africa in a One-Day International while Kieron Pollard scored an unbeaten 67 to complete a four-wicket victory for the home side in the opening game of the tri-series in Guyana.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India and the West Indies Cricket Board have confirmed the upcoming four-match Test series between the two nations scheduled to be hosted in the Caribbean from 21st July.
Later this year, West Indies two-time World Twenty20 winning captain Darren Sammy will take the unusual step of leading out the St Lucia Zouks at a stadium bearing his own name and while he is still getting used to the idea, he is already looking forward to it.
A flag raising ceremony is being held by the West Indies Cricket Board at their headquarters in Antigua and Barbuda to commemorate 90 years as a member of the International Cricket Council on 31st May.
South African batsman Hashim Amla feels that the practice match against the West Indies Cricket Board President's XI in Trinidad was a handy outing for the Proteas even though the game ended in a tie due to unrelenting rain.
Hashim Amla scored a sublime 83-ball 92 in a rain-marred practice game for the South Africans against the West Indies Cricket Board President’s XI which ended as a tie as per the Duckworth-Lewis method.