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Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), in conjunction with Cricket West Indies (CWI) and the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB), has today announced that a special fundraising T20 International match will be played at Lord’s on Thursday 31st May 2018.
All-rounder Mayers stars in stunning win over Pride; Pierre, Mohammed seal tense victory over Hampshire. Volcanoes 201 all out (49.1 overs) beat Pride 179 all out (46.4 overs) by 22 runs in Bridgetown. Hampshire 139 all out (39 overs) lost to Red Force 143-9 (37.3 overs) by one wicket in Cave Hill
A brilliant century from Andre McCarthy ensured that the Jamaica Scorpions kept their Super50 Cup dreams alive, as they defeated Guyana Jaguars by 46 runs via the D/L/S method in a rain-affected match.
Defending champions Barbados Pride continued their unbeaten run and 11-time champions Trinidad & Tobago Red Force stayed on track with their second straight victory in the Super50 Festival on Saturday here.
Marlon Samuels slammed his first century of the Super50 Cup as he had a good time with both bat and ball as his team the Leeward Islands Hurricanes defeated Jamaica Scorpions by 23 runs to remain unbeaten in Group B.
Defending champions Barbados Pride logged their second straight victory and 11-time champions Trinidad & Tobago Red Force rebounded in emphatic fashion with an early finish in the Super50 Festival on Thursday here.
As a fresh blow for West Indies cricket, senior players Andre Russell, Sunil Narine and Kieron Pollard have opted out from representing the team in the upcoming ICC World Cup Qualifiers to be played in Zimbabwe.
Head coach of Guyana Jaguars Esuan Crandon spoke to the Media following his side's innings and 81-run victory over Trinidad & Tobago Red Force in the Digicel 4-Day Championship today at the Guyana National Stadium.
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – Guyana Jaguars will look to sign off their capture of the Headley/Weekes Trophy, symbol of WINDIES first-class surpremacy, for a fourth time with a victory over Trinidad & Tobago Red Force in the Digicel 4-Day Championship.
An unbeaten 115-run knock from Finn Allen and 83 runs from Jakob Bhula helped New Zealand U19 to a winning start in the ICC U19 World Cup as they chased down 234 against West Indies U19 with eight wickets in hand at Bay Oval.
After Glenn Phillips and Colin Munro scored blistering half centuries, Seth Rance and Tim Southee picked three wickets apiece as New Zealand went on to defeat West Indies by 47 runs in the first Twenty20 International in Nelson to take a 1-0 lead in the series.
Trent Boult and Mitchell Santner picked three wickets apiece as New Zealand restricted West Indies to 99 for nine while defending a revised target of 166 runs in the rain-hit third One-Day International in Christchurch.
Trent Boult claimed a seven-wicket haul as New Zealand dismissed West Indies for 121 runs and completed a massive 204 run victory in the second One-Day International in Christchurch to claim a 2-0 unassailable lead in the series.
Doug Bracewell made a splendid comeback with a four wicket haul while Todd Astle had an impressive debut with three wickets as New Zealand restricted West Indies to 248 and later chased down the target in 46 overs with five wickets in hand in the first One-Day International in Whangarei and claim a 1-0 lead in the series.
West Indies' ongoing campaign in New Zealand have taken another major blow as all-rounder Marlon Samuels and fast bowler Alzarri Joseph have been ruled out of the upcoming One-Day International series against New Zealand.