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News Archive - West Indies

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South Africa canter to winSouth Africa had no trouble in overcoming the West Indies to make it 2-0 in the five match series. Graeme Smith top scored with 86.25 Jan 2008Paul Wood
Captain Gayle returns homeWest Indies captain Chris Gayle is due to return home from South Africa.21 Jan 2008Liam Camps
South Africa win First ODISouth Africa took the First ODI against West Indies, in the end winning by 6 wickets. But they were made to sweat over the run-chase.20 Jan 2008Richard Dickinson
Pollock signs off in style!Shaun Pollock led South Africa to a four wicket victory over the West Indies in a Twenty20 clash today. He shone with both bat and ball18 Jan 2008Paul Wood
Recalls for Ontong and M. MorkelAllrounder Justin Ontong and fast bowler Morne Morkel have been recalled by South Africa for the ODI series against West Indies.14 Jan 2008Liam Camps
Shoaib & Gul rested for ZimbabweShoaib Akhtar and Umar Gul have been omitted from Pakistan's 21-man provisional squad for the ODI series against Zimbabwe.13 Jan 2008Liam Camps
Samuels' "fast ball" reportedMarlon Samuels has been reported to the ICC for a suspect action during the third Test against South Africa.13 Jan 2008Liam Camps
Parchment faces fine or banOpening batsman Brenton Parchment, the West Indies debutant, has been charged with a Level Two breach of the ICC's Code of Conduct.12 Jan 2008Liam Camps
South Africa romp to victorySouth Africa wrapped-up another come-from-behind home victory, beating West Indies by an innings and 100. Dale Steyn starred yet again.12 Jan 2008Richard Dickinson
The end of the road for PollockShaun Pollock has announced that he is to retire from international cricket following the completion of the series against West Indies.11 Jan 2008Liam Camps
South Africa carve massive leadSouth Africa are in an almost impregnable position in the Third Test, thanks to centuries from Ashwell Prince and AB de Villiers.11 Jan 2008Richard Dickinson
SA batter WI on opening dayGraeme Smith saw his bowlers do their job removing West Indies for 139 before he took control and made 122*. SA were 213-1 at stumps.10 Jan 2008Paul Wood
Chattergoon & Rampaul called upBatsman Sewnarine Chattergoon and fast bowler Ravi Rampaul have been called up to the West Indies ODI squad to play South Africa.09 Jan 2008Liam Camps
Smith powers SA to victoryGraeme Smith's savage 85 in the end took his team to an easy victory over West Indies. But it had appeared to be slipping away earlier.05 Jan 2008Richard Dickinson
Second Test intriguingly poisedAfter a third intriguing day's play, South Africa and West Indies are still none the wiser as to who might come out victors at Newlands04 Jan 2008Richard Dickinson
SA edge initiativeAn unbeaten partnership of 87 between Ashwell Prince and Mark Boucher saved S.A. The home side ended 25 runs adrift and 5 wickets left.03 Jan 2008Paul Wood
Steyn gives South Africa edgeSouth Africa enjoyed a good opening day of the Second Test at Newlands, a late burst from Dale Steyn reducing West Indies to 240 for 8.02 Jan 2008Richard Dickinson
Browne called up for WIndiesWicketkeeper Patrick Browne has received a surprise call-up to the West Indies team, as a backup to the incumbent Denesh Ramdin.29 Dec 2007Liam Camps
Lara set for T&T curtain callRetired from international cricket, Brian Lara has announced his availability for Trinidad and Tobago in the Carib Beer Series.29 Dec 2007Liam Camps
Winning WindiesThe West Indies recorded their first ever Test victory in South Africa, winning by 128 runs, Captain Gayle: "my best day in Cricket"29 Dec 2007Archie Mac
SA fightback against WISouth Africa did not let the fact they were bowled out for 195 hinder their efforts in the field. West Indies finished on 146-8.28 Dec 2007Paul Wood
West Indies in complete commandShivnarine Chanderpaul and Daren Powell led a day of rare West Indian dominance, as they reduced South Africa to 122-5 chasing 408.27 Dec 2007Richard Dickinson
West Indies shade opening dayWest Indies enjoyed success on the opening day of the Test series in South Africa, posting 281 for 4, Gayle and Samuels starring.26 Dec 2007Richard Dickinson
Taylor fires WIndies past SABowlers stole the show and 13 wickets tumbled within 23 overs, as West Indies romped to a 5-wicket Twenty20 win over South Africa.16 Dec 2007Liam Camps
WIndies stumble, but seal seriesDwayne Bravo, the stand-in West Indies captain, led his team to a 5-wicket win over Zimbabwe and an unassailable 3-1 series lead.07 Dec 2007Liam Camps
Gayle hurt, but WIndies cruiseWest Indies charged back into the series against Zimbabwe with victory by 110 runs in the second one-day international.02 Dec 2007Liam Camps
Zimbabwe beat listless WIndiesZimbabwe, for all their political and cricketing troubles, secured a memorable win and romped past West Indies in the first ODI.30 Nov 2007Liam Camps
Collins and Ganga back for WIPedro Collins and Daren Ganga have been included in the West Indies team for the tour of South Africa.28 Nov 2007Liam Camps
Blackout likely for WIndiesCricket fans in the Caribbean are likely to face a blackout for the West Indies tour of Zimbabwe, which starts on Friday.28 Nov 2007Liam Camps
Zimbabwe vs West Indies previewZimbabwe host the West Indies in 5 One Day Internationals which sparks their first international fixture since the ICC world twenty20.28 Nov 2007Daniel Rosam
Bravo named as WI vice-captainDwayne Bravo has been named as West Indies vice-captain for the upcoming one-day international tour of Zimbabwe.24 Nov 2007Liam Camps
Parchment called to WIndiesBrenton Parchment, the Jamaican opening batsman, has been called up for the West Indies for the ODI series against Zimbabwe.19 Nov 2007Liam Camps
Price due to return for ZimbabweRay Price will return to Zimbabwe international colours for the ODI series against West Indies later this month.11 Nov 2007Liam Camps
Woolmer murdered - pathologistThe Jamaican pathologist who conducted the autopsy on Bob Woolmer has maintained has maintained his view that the death was murder.25 Oct 2007Richard Dickinson
Wavell Hinds converts to KolpakWavell Hinds, the former West Indies batsman, has signed a Kolpak deal with Derbyshire.24 Oct 2007Liam Camps
Dyson takes up WIndies helmThe West Indies Cricket Board has appointed John Dyson as the successor to David Moore and head coach of West Indies.21 Oct 2007Liam Camps
Pedro Collins commits to SurreyPedro Collins has signed with Surrey as a Kolpak player, a move that would effectively end his international career.13 Oct 2007Liam Camps
Somerset signs BanksSomerset has signed former West Indies offspinner Omari Banks for the 2008 season.13 Oct 2007Liam Camps
Warne & Lara to play Hong Kong SixesHong Kong Sixes organisers have announced that Shane Warne and Brian Lara will take part in the yearly tournament being played in October.04 Oct 2007James Nixon
Tigers knock the WIndies outThe West Indies have slumped to another low in being knocked out of the Twenty20 World Cup by Bangladesh in Johannesburg today.13 Sep 2007James Nixon
Gayle's ton in vainChris Gayle became the first man to score a Twenty20 international century but it wasn't enough to stop South Africa romping to victory11 Sep 2007Zac Ritchie
Upsets aplenty in warm upsTwenty20 World Cup favourites Australia fell to home side South Africa in the second day of warm ups ahead of the Championship on Tues.10 Sep 2007Zac Gelman
Ponting named cricketer of the yearRicky Ponting and the Australian team have again dominated the ICC Awards with the Aussies taking home five of the eight awards.10 Sep 2007James Nixon
Twenty20 Warm Up round upAustralia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan and the West Indies were all successful in their warm up games ahead of the Twenty20 WC.09 Sep 2007Zac Gelman
Sarwan ready for Twenty20 WCRamnaresh Sarwan has fully recovered from his shoulder injury and is confident of success for the WIndies in the Twenty20 World Cup.19 Aug 2007James Nixon
Joseph steps out of cricketSylvester Joseph has announced that he will be taking a break from professional cricket owing to "personal reasons".17 Aug 2007Liam Camps
West Indies name Twenty20 squadThe West Indies have named their 15-man squad for the Twenty20 World Cup in South Africa giving a recall to Pedro Collins.14 Aug 2007James Nixon
Hinds in hot waterWavell Hinds has been banned from Jamaican cricket for the rest of the year after being found guilty of verbal abuse of umpires.06 Aug 2007Zac Gelman
West Indies name Twenty20 squadThe West Indies have named their 30 man provisional squad for the Twenty20 World Cup in South Africa in September.27 Jul 2007James Nixon
Durham swoop for ShivDurham have signed West Indies batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul for the second half of the season.27 Jul 2007Paul Wood
Brian Lara confirmed for ICLBrian Lara has confirmed that he will join the Indian Cricket League as a player and captain when the first season commences.23 Jul 2007Manan Shah
Nash to leave Australia for WIAustralian-born batsman, Brendan Nash will leave Australia for the Caribbean later this year in hopes of representing West Indies.18 Jul 2007Liam Camps
Rain spoils yet another gameHeavy rain in Dublin, Ireland has caused another washed out match, this time between the hosts and the West Indies.15 Jul 2007James Nixon
Gayle shows West Indies the waySkipper Chris Gayle hit 85 not out, as West Indies stuttered to a 4 wicket win over Scotland, with only a ball to spare.12 Jul 2007Paul Wood
WI thrash Dutch by 10 wicketsThe West Indies continued their winning ways in the shorter format of the game, thrashing the Netherlands by 10 wickets in Dublin.11 Jul 2007Zac Gelman
ICC cautious about Stanford ideaThe ICC has noted its concern over the $US20 million Stanford Twenty20 series proposed to take place in the West Indies in 2008.10 Jul 2007Zac Gelman
Bravo ruled out of ODI seriesWindies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo will not take part in the upcoming quadrangular ODI series in Ireland after suffering an ankle injury.09 Jul 2007Zac Gelman
West Indies take ODI series 2-1The West Indies players finally have something to smile about, after defeating England in the 3rd and final ODI match of the series.08 Jul 2007Zac Gelman
Collingwood backs AndersonPaul Collingwood has voiced his surprise at the size of the fine handed out to James Anderson after an incident in the second ODI.07 Jul 2007Zac Gelman
Chanderpaul to play in deciderWI hopes of an series win in England have received a boost, with the news that Shivnarine Chanderpaul is likely to play at Trent Bridge06 Jul 2007Zac Gelman
Billionaire gives US$100 millionUS billionaire Allen Stanford has given West Indies Cricket US$100 million in an attempt he says to bring West Indies cricket into the 21st Century.05 Jul 2007James Nixon
Impressive WI level seriesBuoyed by yet another superlative innings from Shivnarine Chanderpaul, West Indies levelled the 3-match ODI series with England at 1-1.04 Jul 2007Richard Dickinson
West Indies crash at Lord'sDespite a five-wicket burst from Fidel Edwards, the West Indies' batting collapsed again to give England a 79-run win in the first ODI.01 Jul 2007George Roberts
Shah leads England to winOwais Shah scored 55* to give England the win in the second Twenty20 against the West Indies and square the series 1-1.29 Jun 2007Zac Ritchie
West Indies gain Twenty20 winWest Indies clinched a 15 run victory in the very watchable Twenty20 contest against England at The Oval.28 Jun 2007Paul Wood
WI ease past PCA Masters XIWest Indies put aside their problems for an evening, strolling to a comfortable victory over this year's PCA Masters XI.26 Jun 2007Richard Dickinson
Dire WI routed by DerbyshireThe West Indies crumbled to 84 all out in less than 16 overs, losing their Twenty20 fixture against Derbyshire by 51 runs.24 Jun 2007Liam Camps
C'wood to be aggressive captainPaul Collingwood has said his style of leadership will be positive and aggressive as England try and rebuild their one-day side.23 Jun 2007Zac Gelman
Shivnarine, take a bowNo player came even close in importance and magnitude of the efforts of the quite and unassuming Shivnarine Chanderpaul, who stood tall throughout June.23 Jun 2007Zac Gelman
Collingwood named ODI captainEngland have unveiled their new look ODI squad with Paul Collingwood the man named to succeed Michael Vaughn at the helm.22 Jun 2007Zac Gelman
Morton and Ramdin see WI homeThe West Indies cruised to their first win of their tour of England, defeating England Lions by 7 wickets at New Road, Worcester.21 Jun 2007George Roberts
MV admits ODI career may be overMichael Vaughan has admitted the chances were slim of him being picked in the one-day side after he resigned as captain this week.20 Jun 2007Zac Gelman
England take comfortable winAnother test 5-for from Monty Panesar did most of the work for England on day 5, they secured a seven wicket victory over West Indies.19 Jun 2007Alex Crampton
England edge in frontEngland took a firm grip on the Fourth Test against West Indies on day four, thanks mostly to a fine century from Paul Collingwood.18 Jun 2007Richard Dickinson
Chanderpaul leads WI challengeA Shivnarine Chanderpaul hundred and late wickets to Fidel Edwards put West Indies in contention in the rain-affected fourth Test.17 Jun 2007Liam Camps
Chanderpaul and Bravo dig inShivnarine Chanderpaul and Dwayne Bravo led West Indies to 132-4 after losing several early wickets to the English swing bowling.16 Jun 2007Alex Crampton
Weather wins at The RiversideNo play was possible on the opening day of the fourth Test between England and the West Indies due to incessant rain.15 Jun 2007Paul Wood
Lara plans return to cricketBrian Lara has said he plans on returning to cricket but won't be returning to international cricket with the West Indies.14 Jun 2007James Nixon
Gayle handed captaincyChris Gayle has been awarded the captaincy of the West Indies ODI team for their series in England and Ireland.14 Jun 2007Zac Ritchie
Sammy doubtful for fourth TestAs West Indies enter the final Test of the series against England, having already lost 2-0, they may do so without Darren Sammy.13 Jun 2007Liam Camps
Hoggard, Anderson back in squadEngland have made two changes to their squad for the final Test at Chester-le-Street with Matthew Hoggard and James Anderson returning.12 Jun 2007Zac Gelman
We will win the match - MortonWith the 3rd Test between England and WI going into a 5th day, Runako Morton believes his side can make history by winning the match.11 Jun 2007Zac Gelman
England defeat brave West IndiesEngland retained the Wisden Trophy with a 60-run win over West Indies, but not without a stern fight from the visitors on day five.11 Jun 2007Liam Camps
West Indies keep England at bayShiv Chanderpaul led West Indies in a spirited fightback at Old Trafford. The visitors require a further 154 runs with 5 wickets left.10 Jun 2007Paul Wood
England close in on series winAided by Alistair Cook's century, England edge towards clinching the test series vs. West Indies, despite Darren Sammy's 7 wicket haul.09 Jun 2007Sean Bennett
Ganga delighted with WI effortsWI captain Daren Ganga was quite happy with his teams efforts yesterday, after taking seven wickets and restricting England to 296.08 Jun 2007Zac Gelman
England take sizeable leadEngland moved into a commanding position in the Third Test against West Indies, thanks mainly to Monty Panesar and Ryan Sidebottom.08 Jun 2007Richard Dickinson
Honours even on first dayThe opening day of the Third Test between England and West Indies was the most competitive of the series so far, despite Ian Bell's 77*07 Jun 2007Richard Dickinson
Donald backs HarmisonAllan Donald has thrown his weight behind the out of form Steve Harmison ahead of Thursday's third Test at Old Trafford.06 Jun 2007Zac Gelman
West Indies sweat over GayleWindies management face a nervous wait over Chris Gayle's fitness, as the opener races against time to be ready for the third Test.06 Jun 2007Zac Gelman
Ramdin shines on final dayDenesh Ramdin made the most of the final day of West Indies' game against a MCC XI, making a career-best 131 as the game was drawn.03 Jun 2007Richard Dickinson
WIndies dominate tour matchRunako Morton has put the West Indies in a very strong position at the end of day two against the MCC after he hit a double century.02 Jun 2007James Nixon
Morton blasts MCC awayRunako Morton timely found form ahead of the 3rd Test between England and the West Indies, with 201 against a young MCC XI.02 Jun 2007Sean Bennett
Morton blasts MCC awayRunako Morton timely found form ahead of the 3rd Test between England and the West Indies, with 201 against a young MCC XI.02 Jun 2007Sean Bennett
Taylor takes five against MCCJerome Taylor took 5-43 for West Indies against an MCC XI, but they were troubled by more injury concerns.01 Jun 2007Alex Crampton
Hoggard looking at OT comebackFast bowler Matthew Hoggard is expected to make a full comeback for England's third test against the West Indies at Old Trafford.31 May 2007Zac Gelman
Hoggard due to miss 3rd TestAgainst recent positive reports, Matthew Hoggard is now expected to miss the third Test against the West Indies at Old Trafford.31 May 2007Liam Camps
Samuels replaces SarwanMarlon Samuels has been called up by the West Indies to replace their injured skipper Ramnaresh Sarwan.31 May 2007Alex Crampton
Flintoff to have further surgeryAndrew Flintoff is to have a third operation on his left ankle, after failing a fitness test this morning.30 May 2007Richard Dickinson
Sarwan out of tourWest Indies captain Ramnaresh Sarwan is out of the rest of his team's England tour, it was confirmed today.29 May 2007Richard Dickinson
England crush West IndiesEngland inflicted West Indies heaviest ever defeat, by an innings and 283 runs.28 May 2007Paul Wood
No play on day 3England are being made to wait for their chance to finish off the West Indies, day three was a washout.27 May 2007Alex Crampton
English onslaught destroys WILed by Kevin Pietersen and Ryan Sidebottom, England destroyed the West Indies on day two at Leeds, leaving the tourists in tatters.26 May 2007Sean Bennett
Vaughan ready for Test comebackHaving not played a Test since late 2005, England captain Michael Vaughan says he's finally ready to return to the field.25 May 2007Zac Gelman
West Indies set to target MontyRamnaresh Sarwan, still reeling from Monty Panesar's 6 wicket haul at Lord's, has announced a new tactic for dealing with the spinner.25 May 2007Zac Gelman
Vaughan in dream Test returnMichael Vaughan scored a century in his first Test for 19 months at Headingley to give his team the advantage over West Indies on day 125 May 2007Richard Dickinson
Flintoff out of Second TestEngland all-rounder Andrew Flintoff will miss the Second Test against West Indies as his left ankle continues to cause him problems.23 May 2007Richard Dickinson
Duo set to make comebackKey English pair Michael Vaughan and Andrew Flintoff are expected to be back for England's second Test against the Windies on Friday.22 May 2007Zac Gelman
Anderson and Sidebottom in squadRyan Sidebottom, Michael Vaughan and James Anderson were today selected in the England squad for the Second Test against West Indies.22 May 2007Richard Dickinson
KP backs Harmison to come goodKevin Pietersen has backed out of form fast bowler Stephen Harmison to come good on the last day at Lord's to bowl his side to victory21 May 2007Zac Gelman
Rain ensures drawJust 20 overs were possible on the last day of England-West Indies at Lord's, consigning the match to a draw.21 May 2007Richard Dickinson
Hoggard out of first TestEngland's injury woes have worsened, with the news that Matthew Hoggard will not take any part in the rest of the first Test at Lord's.20 May 2007Zac Gelman
WI chase 401 after Pietersen tonAn aggressive 109 by Kevin Pietersen has set a difficult task for the West Indies on the last day of the first Test at Lord's.20 May 2007Richard Edmunds
West Indies gather momentumFollowing an overnight declaration, the West Indies fought back hard at Lord's with fifties from Chanderpaul, Ramdin and Bravo.19 May 2007Sean Bennett
Prior shines as England dominateMatthew Prior, on debut, was one of four England batsmen to hit centuries as they reached 553-5 against West Indies.18 May 2007Alex Crampton
Cook shines on gloomy dayAlastair Cook returned to Test form with a pleasant hundred on a day of frustration, curtailed by poor weather.17 May 2007Liam Camps
Team of the 2007 World CupThe 2007 World Cup has now passed into the annals of history. Who made the Cricket Web 2007 World Cup Team of the Tournament?15 May 2007Kev Goughy
Gayle not happy with curfewWest Indies batsman Chris Gayle has grudgingly accepted an 11:30pm team curfew that has been introduced for the tour of England.15 May 2007James Nixon
WI v England - Series PreviewFor years the West Indies thrashed their English counterparts thoroughly both home and away. But since 2000, England have dominated.15 May 2007Liam Camps
Rain washes out 2nd day's playHeavy rain in Taunton washed out the entire second days play in the tour match between the West Indies and Somerset.14 May 2007James Nixon
No play on Monday eitherThe third and final day of West Indies' tour match with Somerset was washed out.14 May 2007Alex Crampton
Strauss named captain for Lord'sEngland have unveiled their 12 man squad for the first Test against the WIndies this week at Lord's with Andrew Strauss named captain.13 May 2007Zac Gelman
Tour off to damp startShiv Chanderpaul and Runako Morton made swift progress amid the showers on West Indies' opening day of their England tour at Taunton.12 May 2007Richard Dickinson
Vaughan may be fit for 1st TestEngland received a boost today with the news that captain, Michael Vaughan, may be fit to play in the first Test against the WIndies.11 May 2007Zac Gelman
KP injured ahead of first TestKevin Pietersen has suffered a calf strain whilst playing for county cricket side Hampshire ahead of the first Test against the WIndies09 May 2007Zac Gelman
Samuels cut from WIndies squadThe West Indies selectors have dropped Marlon Samuels from the Test squad for the upcoming four Test series against England.03 May 2007James Nixon
Sarwan named new WIndies captainCaribbean media have today reported that Ramnaresh Sarwan has been appointed the new West Indies captain.30 Apr 2007James Nixon
Ian Bradshaw calls it a dayWest Indian Ian Bradshaw has announced his retirement from international cricket following his side's exit from the Cricket World Cup.23 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Tributes flow in for LaraThe cricket world has paid tribute to legendary batsman Brian Lara, after he retired from international cricket this week.23 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
King resigns as WIndies coachBennett King has resigned as WIndies coach following their disappointing WC campaign with assistant David Moore expected to take over.23 Apr 2007James Nixon
Lara bows out with WI defeatThe greater the legend, the greater the tribute. A genius such as Brian Lara deserved nothing less than a captivating epic in leaving.21 Apr 2007Liam Camps
Sarwan sees Windies to first winAn unbeaten 91 from Ramnaresh Sarwan helped West Indies to a 99-run win over Bangladesh, their first of the Super Eight stages.19 Apr 2007Alex Crampton
Lara announces full retirementWest Indies captain Brian Lara has announced that he will retire from international cricket following the WIndies final WC match.19 Apr 2007James Nixon
Sarwan ready to be captainCurrent West Indies vice-captain Ramnaresh Sarwan has put his name forward to replace Brian Lara as captain following the World Cup.16 Apr 2007James Nixon
Lloyd blames Windies fitnessWith the home side on the verge of being eliminated, former captain Clive Lloyd has slammed the fitness levels of the West Indies.15 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Lara confirms one-day retirementWest Indies captain Brian Lara has confirmed that he will retire from one-day international cricket at the end of the World Cup.11 Apr 2007James Nixon
Hosts all but outSouth Africa defeated West Indies by 67 runs, to all but ensure the hosts' exit from the World Cup 2007.10 Apr 2007Sudeep Popat
Bradshaw refuses to give up hopeWest Indian seam bowler Ian Bradshaw says his team are "still hopeful" of winning the World Cup, despite poor form in the Super Eight.07 Apr 2007Lee Payne
Lara says World Cup not overWest Indies captain Brian Lara has blasted the World Cup scheduling, after his side lost their third match in six days.02 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
NZ cruise past West IndiesBlack Caps stamp themselves as serious World Cup contenders with a complete performance over the West Indies in Antigua.29 Mar 2007Richard Edmunds
Lara shines but WI falterDespite the brilliance of Brian Lara's 77, the West Indies crumbled to a 103-run defeat against Australia in Antigua.28 Mar 2007Liam Camps
Hayden & rain take centre stageMatthew Hayden's explosive 158 and the weather stole the show on the opening day of the World Cup Super Eight round.27 Mar 2007Liam Camps
World Cup Review- Groups C and DThe early part of this long World Cup has seen controversy, disappointment and excitement galore. We review Groups C and D.26 Mar 2007Kev Goughy
Chanderpaul ton sees hosts homeShiv Chanderpaul scores his first World Cup century as West Indies brush aside Ireland.23 Mar 2007Paul Wood
Former Irish chairman Bob Kerr diesFormer Irish Cricket Union chairman Bob Kerr passed away in Jamaica on Thursday after suffering a heart attack at 4am at the hotel he was staying at.22 Mar 2007James Nixon
Canada to host Twenty20 eventA four-team Twenty20 tournament in preparation for the World Cup has been arranged to take place in Toronto in August.19 Mar 2007Richard Edmunds
Lacklustre WI advance to Super 8World Cup hosts West Indies laboured past Zimbabwe by 6 wickets to qualify for the Super Eight stage.19 Mar 2007Liam Camps
Inzamam unhappy with batsmenInzamam-ul-Haq has blasted his batsman after failing to reach the required runs set by the West Indies in yesterday's opening match.14 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
WI emphatic in opening winThe West Indies played brilliant and inspired cricket to secure a 54-run victory over Pakistan in the opening fixture of the World Cup.13 Mar 2007Liam Camps
Sabina Park not readyPakistan and WI were forced to train elsewhere today as last minute preparations on Sabina Park's training nets were still taking place12 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
World Cup 2007 Officially OpenWest Indies legend Sir Garfield Sobers has declared the World Cup open in Jamaica in a $2.6 million event that lasted over three hours.11 Mar 2007James Nixon
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 13 - West IndiesThrice finalists and twice champions, the West Indies dominated the World Cup at its inception.09 Mar 2007Liam Camps
India thrashes West IndiesIndia mauled the hosts West Indies by nine wickets in their final warm-up match before the World Cup.09 Mar 2007Sudeep Popat
King confident in LaraWest Indies coach Bennett King has expressed confidence that Brian Lara will be on form in time for the World Cup.08 Mar 2007Liam Camps
Samuels and Gayle star in WI winRiding on big scores by Marlon Samuels and Chris Gayle, hosts West Indies secured a 21-run win in their warmup game against Kenya.05 Mar 2007Liam Camps
Pollard and Samuels for WCTeenager Kieron Pollard has been included in the West Indies World Cup squad.15 Feb 2007Liam Camps
Samuels to be pickedMarlon Samuels will be picked in the West Indies' World Cup squad, after being given clearance by the ICC.14 Feb 2007Arjun Miglani
Gayle picks up WIndies awardChris Gayle has been named the West Indies player of the year at the teams annual awards night in Bridgetown, Barbados yesterday.13 Feb 2007James Nixon
Samuels denies allegationsThe cricketing world has been rocked by allegations that WI batsman Marlon Samuels has been in contact with a bookmaker recently.08 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Sarwan injured ahead of WCWest Indies vice-captain Ramnaresh Sarwan has been ruled out of action for three weeks with a hand injury.07 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Tendulkar hundred secures seriesLed by Sachin Tendulkar's splendid century, India secured a series triumph over West Indies with a comprehensive 160-run victory.31 Jan 2007Alex Crampton
WI stage magnificent comebackThe West Indies have staged a magnificent comeback over India in Chennai, to keep the four match one-day series alive.27 Jan 2007Zac Gelman
Chanderpaul stands alone againIndia have once again overcome a fighting innings from Shivnarine Chanderpaul to win the second ODI against the West Indies in Cuttak.24 Jan 2007Sean Fuller
Raina out; Powar in for 2nd ODIOffspinning allrounder Ramesh Powar has been called to India's squad for the second one-day international against the West Indies.23 Jan 2007Liam Camps
Gayle to lead WI, with Lara outChris Gayle will make his captaincy debut for the West Indies, as Brian Lara has been ruled out of the second ODI against India.23 Jan 2007Liam Camps
World Cup ticket sales dwindleWorld Cup organisers are facing major problems with tickets sales for the World Cup drying up, with many still yet to be purchased.21 Jan 2007Zac Gelman
India win thrilling runfestA splendid 149 from Shivnarine Chanderpaul failed to take West Indies to victory in a high scoring encounter against India.21 Jan 2007Alex Crampton
Tendulkar won't open v WISachin Tendulkar is due to slot into India's middle order for the first one-day international against the West Indies.20 Jan 2007Liam Camps
Smith replaces injured SammyAllrounder Darren Sammy has been withdrawn from the West Indies tour of India, with injury. Dwayne Smith replaces him in the squad.19 Jan 2007Liam Camps
Uncapped Emrit called up for WIThe West Indies selectors have sprung a surprise in their squad for their tour of India. Uncapped Reyad Emrit has been included.12 Jan 2007Liam Camps
Munaf ruled out of two ODIsMunaf Patel has been ruled out of the first two ODIs against West Indies later this month, as a result of a sore ankle.08 Jan 2007Sudeep Popat
Lara not going anywhereWest Indies captain Brian Lara has said that he will not follow the lead of other cricketing greats into retirement.23 Dec 2006Zac Gelman
Pakistan wrap up seriesPakistan have sealed the five match one-day series against the West Indies, with a seven wicket win in Karachi.16 Dec 2006Zac Gelman
Pakistan victory at LahorePakistan went two-nil up in their one-day series against the West Indies today, with a comfortable seven-wicket victory.10 Dec 2006Harry Warwick
Inzy leads Pakistan homeA low scoring affair between Pakistan and West Indies ended with a two-wicket win for the home side.07 Dec 2006Alex Crampton
Rain washes out first one-dayerThe first of five one-day internationals between Pakistan and the West Indies has been rained out due to heavy rain in Rawalpindi.05 Dec 2006James Nixon
Bravo out of Pakistan one-dayersDwayne Bravo has withdrawn from the West Indies one-day squad in Pakistan and is returning home for personal reasons.02 Dec 2006James Nixon
Sarwan out of ODI seriesRamnaresh Sarwan has ruled out the of West Indies' one-day series against Pakistan after breaking his foot during the third Test.01 Dec 2006James Nixon
Pakistan wrap up winPakistan's bowlers took seven wickets on the final day to secure a 2-0 series win over West Indies.01 Dec 2006Alex Crampton
Yousuf record puts Pak on topMohammad Yousuf's ninth Test century of 2006 all but sealed series victory for Pakistan against the West Indies in Karachi.30 Nov 2006Neil Pickup
Game still evenly poisedThe 3rd Test at Karachi continues to remain evenly balanced after three days, with Pakistan building a steady second innings lead.29 Nov 2006Matt Pitt
Ganga Battles Hard in KarachiThe West Indies finished day three of the third Test against Pakistan 113 adrift of the home side, with Daren Ganga making 77 not out.28 Nov 2006George Roberts
More of the same from MohammadPaksitan batsman Mohammad Yousuf struck his 8th Test century of 2006 and third of this series on day one of the third Test.27 Nov 2006Sean Bennett
Baugh and Edwards sackedCarlton Baugh jr., Fidel Edwards and Wavell Hinds have been omitted from 15-man party ODI squad to play Pakistan. 24 Nov 2006Liam Camps
Pakistan batsmen secure drawLed by Mohammad Yousuf's 191, Pakistan's batsmen ground out a draw on the final day against the West Indies.23 Nov 2006Alex Crampton
Pakistan Get Back Into TestImran Farhat, Mohammad Yousuf and Younis Khan all hit half-centuries to get Pakistan back into the second Test against the West Indies.22 Nov 2006Harry Warwick
West Indies bite back in MultanA stunning of fast bowling from Jerome Taylor, coupled with an opening stand of 151 saw the West Indies fight back against Pakistan.20 Nov 2006George Roberts
Pakistan build solid foundationFifties from Imran Farhat, Younis Khan & Mohammad Yousuf helped Pakistan compile a solid 263-4 on the first day of the 2nd Test vs WI.19 Nov 2006Sean Bennett
Pakistan cruise to victoryBrian Lara's thirty-third Test match century failed to stop Pakistan securing a nine wicket victory in the first Test at Lahore.14 Nov 2006Sean Bennett
Yousuf on top againMohammad Yousuf's amazing year continued with a stunning 192 on day three against the West Indies.13 Nov 2006Matt Pitt
Yousuf class opens Pakistan leadMohammad Yousuf cracked an unbeaten 107 as Pakistan closed at 265-4 on day two of the first Test against the West Indies at Lahore.12 Nov 2006George Roberts
Australia win Champions TrophyA dominant performance from Australia has clinched the 2006 ICC Champions Trophy, as the West Indies slipped to an eight wicket loss.05 Nov 2006Sean Fuller
Majestic Gayle steers WI homeA storming 133 not out by Chris Gayle led the West Indies to a six-wicket win over South Africa.02 Nov 2006Matt Pitt
Pietersen gives England some prideKevin Pietersen has given England some pride and signed them off in style after he made 90 not out in their three wicket win over the West Indies.28 Oct 2006James Nixon
West Indies stumble to targetA flurry of late wickets was not enough to stop West Indies from beating India by three wickets.26 Oct 2006Alex Crampton
Gayle fined for CT outburstChris Gayle was fined 30 percent of his match fee over his clash with Australian batsman Michael Clarke in the recent CT fixture.19 Oct 2006Liam Camps
Taylor triple stuns AustraliaJerome Taylor's hat-trick sealed a sensational 10-run victory for the West Indies against Australia in Group A of the Champions Trophy18 Oct 2006Neil Pickup
Stunning Maharoof sinks WindiesSeamer Farveez Maharoof's awesome 6-14 sent Sri Lanka into Group A of the ICC Champions Trophy on the back of a crushing victory.14 Oct 2006George Roberts
Gayle destroys BangladeshChris Gayle destoryed the Bangladesh bowlers in leading the West Indies to an easy 10 wicket win in today's Champions Trophy qualifier.11 Oct 2006James Nixon
Zimbabwe beaten with easeThe West Indies beat a confident Zimbabwe side convincingly in Ahmedabad today by nine wickets after dismissing Zimbabwe for just 85.08 Oct 2006Harry Warwick
Gayle smashes ton in warmup winBoth the West Indies and Bangladesh enjoyed straightforward victories over Indian opposition in the warmup to the Champions Trophy.04 Oct 2006George Roberts
Champions Trophy - PreviewThe biennial tournament has come around again and although not everyone approves of its existence, some excellent cricket lies ahead.02 Oct 2006Richard Edmunds
WIndies Test Squad AnnouncedThe West Indies have named their 15 man squad for three Test matches against Pakistan in November with Lendl Simmons being called up.02 Oct 2006James Nixon
We have to step up - LaraDespite being the defending champions, the West Indies have been forced to qualify for the 2006 Champions Trophy.01 Oct 2006Richard Edmunds
Australia Romp to VictoryA flawless bowling performance in defence of a modest target has handed Australia a comfortable victory in the final of the DLF Cup.24 Sep 2006Sean Fuller
Lara Stadium no longer WC venueThe 2007 World Cup will have to make do without the Brian Lara Cricket stadium in Trinidad.23 Sep 2006Liam Camps
Lawson set for cricket in IndiaWest Indian fast bowler, Jermaine Lawson may appear for Maharashtra in the upcoming Indian domestic season.23 Sep 2006Liam Camps
India Find A WaySomehow the Windies found another way to lose a match they seemingly had in their keeping. India showed great fight to win by two wkts.20 Sep 2006Archie Mac
Lara defies Hussey heroicsWest Indies have won the fourth DLF Cup match thanks to a brilliant stand between Brian Lara and Chris Gayle.18 Sep 2006Sean Fuller
The Stanford FactsKen Gordon, president of the WICB has spoken out about the circumstances behind the cancellation of the Stanford 20/20 Super Series.18 Sep 2006Archie Mac
Johnson returns homeRising star Mitchell Johnson will return to Australia as part of a squad rotation scheme, along with Mark Cosgrove and Phil Jaques.17 Sep 2006Sean Fuller
Rain sees West Indies homeRain has cut short a close match between the West Indies and India in the DLF cup, handing victory to the West Indies by 29 runs.14 Sep 2006Sean Fuller
The Windies Collapse in 1st ODIThe West Indies will consider this 'the one that got away'. After being at one stage 172-1, they collapsed to be all out for 201.12 Sep 2006Archie Mac
DLF Cup - Series PreviewThe DLF Cup in Malaysia represents a key point in the buildup to the Champions Trophy for India, Australia and the West Indies.11 Sep 2006Sean Fuller
McGrath named in 11Glenn McGrath returns to the Australian team for the first time since last summer after being named to play the West Indies tomorrow.11 Sep 2006Richard Edmunds
Sarwan: WI starting to gelWest Indies vice-captain, Ramnaresh Sarwan believes his team is beginning to gel, and it is being reflected in the results column.11 Sep 2006Liam Camps
Yuvraj out of India openerYuvraj Singh is due to miss India's opening match of the DLF Cup.11 Sep 2006Liam Camps
Lee looks for swing in MalaysiaSwing is the goal for fast bowler Brett Lee as he prepares to make an impact in the upcoming DLF Cup in Malaysia.10 Sep 2006Liam Camps
Lara warns of burnoutCaptain Brian Lara has warned his players of burnout ahead of a testing period of 18 months ahead of the West Indies.10 Sep 2006Liam Camps
Samuels cleared for MalaysiaWest Indies allrounder Marlon Samuels has been passed fit to participate in the Tri-nation Series in Malaysia later this month.06 Sep 2006Liam Camps
India name East-Asia squadFor the series, the Indian squad will remain unchanged from the tri-series in Sri Lanka, which was called off due to safety concerns.03 Sep 2006Liam Camps
Holding hands in resignationMichael Holding has resigned from the cricket committee of the West Indies Cricket board (WICB).02 Sep 2006Liam Camps
RIP Sir Clyde WalcottSir Clyde Walcott, the brilliant former captain and strokemaker for the West Indies of the 1950's has died.26 Aug 2006Arunava Das
Singapore Warm-Up ApprovedKuala Lumpur will host a tri-series next month involving Australia, India and the West Indies.16 Aug 2006Martyn Corrin
West Indies name "Super Stars"A West Indian team to contest the richest prize in cricketing history has been named to take on South Africa in November this year.15 Aug 2006James Nixon
Match abandoned after rain.After havy rain, the second match between Pakistan and West Indies A has been called off.13 Aug 2006Harry Warwick
South East Asia Series ScheduleAustralia will play the West Indies in the opening game of the South East Asia Tri-Series in Singapore and Malaysia next month.12 Aug 2006James Nixon
Shoaib returns in one day drawFast bowler Shoaib Akhtar returned to action for Pakistan in a drawn one day game against West Indies A, bowling 11 overs.12 Aug 2006Sean Bennett
West Indies name East Asia squadThe West Indies Board have accepted the invitation from the Indian Cricket Board to play a tri-series in East Asia next month.05 Aug 2006James Nixon
Lara apologises to boardBrian Lara has sent a letter of apology to the WICB after criticising them during India's recent tour.03 Aug 2006Alex Crampton
Lara faces disciplinary actionAn outburst by West Indies captain Brian Lara has possibly landed him in hot water with the West Indies Cricket Board.16 Jul 2006Richard Edmunds
Kumble sinks WI in 4th TestA stunning innings from wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin could not save the West Indies, as they slumped to a 1-0 series defeat against India02 Jul 2006Liam Camps
Batsmen flounder in Jamaica231 runs were scored on the second day of the fourth test whilst 16 wickets fell. Harbhajan took 5/13, and Dravid stood tall, making 6201 Jul 2006Sean Bennett
Brilliant Taylor rocks IndiaJerome Taylor claimed his maiden five-wicket haul, as India managed just 200 all out on a day that they won the toss and chose to bat.30 Jun 2006Liam Camps
WIndies unchanged for 4th TestThe West Indies selectors have named an unchanged squad for the fourth and final Test against India starting tomorrow in Jamaica.29 Jun 2006James Nixon
Spirited India settle for drawRarely has a fifth day pitch looked as good as the one that enabled a highly entertaining drawn result that came to pass today.26 Jun 2006Liam Camps
India start well toward WI 581The third Test match between the West Indies and India looks well-poised to be a draw, after another good day of batting in St. Kitts.25 Jun 2006Liam Camps
Test heading for drawWeather and Brian Lara's decision not to enforce the follow-on have ensured that the third test is heading for a draw.25 Jun 2006Richard Edmunds
Rain holds up WICenturies from Daren Ganga and Ramnaresh Sarwan gave the West Indies the upper hand on a curtailed day two of the second Test.23 Jun 2006Matt Pitt
Gayle leads WI dominanceA wet outfield may have ensured a damp start to proceedings, but the West Indies then dominated day one of the first Test against India22 Jun 2006Liam Camps
Samuels recalled to WI Test teamIgnoring the pleas of Brian Lara, the West Indies have retained the second Test bowling attack for the third Test against India.17 Jun 2006Liam Camps
Bravo signs with KentTrinidad and Tobago and West Indies allrounder, Dwayne Bravo has signed on to play county cricket with Kent.16 Jun 2006Liam Camps
Lara ton guides WI to drawCometh the moment, cometh the man. A determined hundred from West Indies captain Brian Lara was hugely instrumental in a drawn result.14 Jun 2006Liam Camps
Elements account for Day FourThe West Indies and India were left kicking their heels at the Beausejour Stadium in Saint Lucia, keeping the hosts' hopes alive13 Jun 2006Neil Pickup
Windies follow-on as India rollFollowing another dominant showing by India on day three of the second Test match, it seems that West Indian hopes lie with Brian Lara.12 Jun 2006Liam Camps
Kaif ton sets huge Indian markMohammad Kaif's first Test century built a seemingly unassailable Indian lead on the second day of the Second Test in St Lucia.11 Jun 2006Neil Pickup
Sehwag destroys WIndies on Day 1Virender Sehwag has scored an incredible 180 from 190 balls on day one of the second Test against the West Indies to leave India 361/4.10 Jun 2006James Nixon
May 2006: Ronnie's RhythmIn Jamaica, the first ODI went to the wire but the Indian one-day plan remained intact... until one man decided otherwise.09 Jun 2006Neil Pickup
Injured Edwards out, Collins inPedro Collins will replace his half-brother Fidel Edwards in the West Indies squad for the second Test against India.07 Jun 2006Liam Camps
Sehwag fined 20% of match feeVirender Sehwag has been fined 20% of his match fee following excessive appealing during the first Test against the West Indies.07 Jun 2006James Nixon
Edwards and Collymore hang onCourage under pressure. It is what keeps the sport alive. Fidel Edwards and Corey Collymore survived 3.1 overs to save the fist Test.06 Jun 2006Liam Camps
West India set 392 to winWasim Jaffer's maiden double century and some late hitting from Mahendra Dhoni allowed India to set West Indies a target of 392.05 Jun 2006Alex Crampton
West Indies dominate day 2The West Indies have moved into a strong position at the end of the second day in Antigua, thanks to an excellent batting display.04 Jun 2006Sean Fuller
US$5 Million Twenty20 MatchSouth Africa have agreed to take on a Caribbean Super Stars team in a Twenty20 match this November for prize money of US$5 million.04 Jun 2006James Nixon
India Fight BackA stolid gutsy century from the unfashionable Wasim Jaffer (113*) has given India an 85 run lead with eight wickets in hand04 Jun 2006Archie Mac
Bravo and Collymore shine for WIAllrounder Dwayne Bravo finished with figures of 4 for 37 on a day that India managed just 235 runs for the loss of 9 wickets.02 Jun 2006Liam Camps
India draw warm-up matchIndia have drawn their two day warm-up match against Antigua & Barbuda after finishing on 311-9 at the close of day two.31 May 2006James Nixon
India given good work outIndia have been given a good work out by Antigua and Barbuda on the first day of a two-day warm up match before the first Test.30 May 2006James Nixon
WIndies continue winning feelingThe West Indies have beaten India by 19 runs in the fifth and final ODI in Trinidad to record a comprehensive 4-1 series victory.29 May 2006James Nixon
Mohammed in Test squadSpinner Dave Mohammed has been included in the West Indian Test squad to play India.28 May 2006Alex Crampton
Bravo shines in series winWavell Hinds lashed Suresh Raina over midwicket for four and celebrated an impressive 3-1 series win over India.26 May 2006Liam Camps
Raina cracks into Test squadSuresh Raina has been picked in the Indian squad for the Test series against WI, following impressive ODI performances of late.24 May 2006Sudeep Popat
Hinds & Chattergoon returnWavell Hinds and Sewnarine Chattergoon have returned to the West Indies squad for the final two one-day internationals against India.24 May 2006James Nixon
Tendulkar to miss Windies tourTendulkar, 33, has failed to recover from the shoulder injury that kept him out of the ODI series against England earlier this year.23 May 2006Liam Camps
Sarwan classic takes WI to 2-1Setting up another classic finish, Ramnaresh Sarwan stroked a magnificent unbeaten hundred to carry the Windies to victory over India.23 May 2006Liam Camps
West Indies clinch thrillerWest Indies pulled off a sensational one run victory over India, holding their nerve superbly at the death.21 May 2006Alex Crampton
Dravid shines in Indian winA fantastic innings from Indian captain Rahul Dravid laid the platform for a thrilling victory over the West Indies in the first ODI.19 May 2006Liam Camps
Zimbabwe in WI: Series ReviewThey came, they participated, and they were conquered. Zimbabwe could not have expected much when they arrived in the Caribbean.16 May 2006Liam Camps
Windies unchanged for first ODIFor the 1st ODI against India, the West Indies have retained the squad that participated in the final two ODIs against Zimbabwe.16 May 2006Liam Camps
Indians whip Jamaica by 116 runsThe touring Indians issued a warning to the West Indies, with a dominant win over a Jamaican XI in their tour opener.16 May 2006Liam Camps
Sarwan seals 5-0 over ZimbabweAn innings of 91 from Ramnaresh Sarwan another typical Zimbabwean collapse ensured a 104-run defeat and a 5-0 whitewash in the Windies.14 May 2006Liam Camps
Baugh & Bradshaw called upCarlton Baugh and Ian Bradshaw have been called up for the final two one-day internationals against Zimbabwe in Trinidad this weekend.13 May 2006James Nixon
No result in TrinidadThe rain washed out the possibilty of a result at Port-of-Spain, when an interesting game looked to be on the cards.13 May 2006Alex Crampton
Zimbabwe destroyed againChris Gayle blew away Zimbabwe with an unbeaten 95 as West Indies triumphed by ten wickets in the Caribbean's first day-night game.11 May 2006Matt Pitt
Dwayne Bravo In, Tino Best OutTino Best has been dropped for the fifth ODI against Zimbabwe after a poor bowling performance in the fourth ODI.10 May 2006James Nixon
West Indies to play in New YorkThe West Indies will play two promotional one-day matches against an All-Stars United States team in Brooklyn, New York in July.09 May 2006James Nixon
Chanderpaul leads Windies to 3-0A breathtaking return to form by Shivnarine Chanderpaul was a fitting farewell to international cricket at Bourda, in a home win.07 May 2006Liam Camps
Bad weather cancels Third ODIHeavy rain in Guyana has forced the cancellation of the third ODI between the West Indies and Zimbabwe.06 May 2006James Nixon
Bravo and Bradshaw ommittedDwayne Bravo and Ian Bradshaw have been ommitted for the next two ODIs against Zimbabwe with three new faces coming into the squad.02 May 2006James Nixon
Taylor leads uninspired WindiesDespite a victory margin of 98 runs, the West Indies failed to find fluency once more, in the second ODI against Zimbabwe.30 Apr 2006Liam Camps
Lara guides awkward WI homeThe West Indies registered an awkward 5-wicket win over Zimbabwe to open their home season and a 7-game series against the visitors.29 Apr 2006Liam Camps
Samuels and Collymore returnMarlon Samuels and Corey Collymore have been recalled to the West Indies team for the first two ODIs against Zimbabwe this weekend.28 Apr 2006Liam Camps
Captain Lara the ThirdHistory was made as the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) appointed Brian Lara to the captaincy for the third time.26 Apr 2006Liam Camps
Zimbabwe in WI: Series PreviewBattered, bruised and desperate for revival. Does it matter that the West Indies and Zimbabwe do not have much in common otherwise?25 Apr 2006Liam Camps
Easter Weekend CricketOn this morning the heat and humidity allow comfortably for dehydration and profuse sweating, and still it is a lovely day for cricket.15 Apr 2006Liam Camps
Seven contenders for captaincyWest Indies Chairman of Selectors Joey Carew has named seven players as contenders to replace Shivnarine Chanderpaul as captain.14 Apr 2006Richard Edmunds
Cricket Web World Cup LaddersIt may be a year away, but the mere anticipation of the ICC World Cup has every international team scrambling and plotting.11 Apr 2006Liam Camps
Chanderpaul steps downMuch to the relief of many around the Caribbean, Shivnarine Chanderpaul has resigned from the captaincy of the West Indies team.11 Apr 2006Liam Camps
ICC CT Groups announcedThe groups for the ICC Champions Trophy have been announced by Ehsan Mani in a conference in Goa.02 Apr 2006Alex Crampton
WI in NZ - Series ReviewGo figure that a series that began with the farcical happenings of a Twenty20 bowl-off ended in the soggy nature of Napier.31 Mar 2006Liam Camps
Dull end to seriesThe last three days of the final test between New Zealand and the West Indies have been abandoned without a ball bowled.28 Mar 2006Richard Edmunds
Rain, Rain and more RainThe fourth day of the third Test between New Zealand and the West Indies has been washed out.27 Mar 2006James Nixon
No play on Day 3The third day of the 3rd Test between New Zealand and the West Indies was abandoned without a ball bowled.26 Mar 2006Richard Edmunds
Lara Finally FiresBrian Lara finally scored some runs in New Zealand, as West Indies headed to lunch on the second day of the third Test on 224 for 4.25 Mar 2006Matt Currie
West Indies Make Solid StartOn a first day on which just 27 overs were possible due to the weather, the West Indies started well against New Zealand.24 Mar 2006Richard Edmunds
Weather Main Concern for NZDespite an excellent 68 from Chris Gayle, New Zealand are in complete control of the second test in Wellington.19 Mar 2006Richard Edmunds
Gloomy Day for West IndiesJames Franklin made a weather-interrupted first day even more gloomy for the West Indies with five wickets.16 Mar 2006Richard Edmunds
Unchanged squad for 2nd testNew Zealand have named an unchanged squad for the second test against the West Indies in Wellington.14 Mar 2006Richard Edmunds
Best recalled for injured TaylorFast bowler Tino Best has been called up as injury cover for Jerome Taylor, who was forced to return home with a hamstring injury.14 Mar 2006Liam Camps
Scripted For YouthIt was not a game for another Lara matchwinning ton. No, this time it was the game of the young guard. It was their turn to win it.13 Mar 2006Liam Camps
Ramnaresh Sarwan to return homeRamnaresh Sarwan has been ruled out of the remainder of the New Zealand test series after failing to recover from a left thigh injury.13 Mar 2006James Nixon
Collapse puts NZ on topA collapse by the West Indies at the hands of a fiery Shane Bond has put New Zealand firmly in control of the first test.12 Mar 2006Richard Edmunds
New Zealand wrap it up quicklyIt didn't take long on the fifth morning for New Zealand to take the last two wickets they needed to take a 1-0 series lead over WI.12 Mar 2006Richard Edmunds
Match Still Evenly PoisedAfter three days of exciting cricket, neither side clearly has control of the first test between New Zealand and West Indies.11 Mar 2006Richard Edmunds
Even Stevens at EdenRamnaresh Sarwan top scored for the Windies today making 62, as West Indies stayed close to New Zealand on day two of the first Test.10 Mar 2006Matt Currie
Styris's DayAlthough the first test between New Zealand and the West Indies is evenly poised, the first day was dominated by just one man.09 Mar 2006Richard Edmunds
Vincent Devastated by ExclusionBeing dropped from the test team has been tough to swallow for Lou Vincent, who had an excellent year in 2005.07 Mar 2006Richard Edmunds
West Indies Break Losing StreakDespite a lone hand from Scott Styris, the West Indies gained a confidence-boosting win in Auckland to avoid a whitewash.04 Mar 2006Richard Edmunds
Black Caps take 4-0 Series LeadBlack Caps opener Lou Vincent showed another side to his batting as the Black Caps cruised to a 91-run win against the West Indies.01 Mar 2006Cricket Web Staff Member
Astle the Hero in Narrow WinNathan Astle was the star both with the bat and in the field as New Zealand beat the West Indies by 21 runs in Christchurch tonight.25 Feb 2006Richard Edmunds
NZ Limp to Small TargetIt was far from convincing, but New Zealand made it 2-0 with a three wicket win in the 2nd ODI against the West Indies at Queenstown.22 Feb 2006Richard Edmunds
Bravo likely to miss ODI seriesTalismanic allrounder Dwayne Bravo may miss the rest of the One Day International series against New Zealand.20 Feb 2006Liam Camps
Top Order Sets Up Easy WinJamie How, Stephen Fleming and particularly Nathan Astle set up a comfortable win for New Zealand at Wellington tonight.18 Feb 2006Richard Edmunds
Bravo and Sarwan doubtfulKey players Ramnaresh Sarwan and Dwayne Bravo may miss tomorrow's first One Day International against New Zealand, in Wellington.17 Feb 2006Liam Camps
NZ Create History at Eden ParkNew Zealand has beaten the WIndies 3-0, by virtue of the first ever bowl off in international cricket history this evening at Eden Park16 Feb 2006Matt Currie
Joseph leads strong WindiesFormer Test player Sylvester Joseph will lead the West Indies 'A' team, containin 8 internationals, against the touring England 'A'.16 Feb 2006Liam Camps
WI in New Zealand - PreviewNot since 1995 has the West Indies won a series overseas against opposition other than Zimbabwe. That victory came in New Zealand.11 Feb 2006Liam Camps
BCCI asks for shorter WI tourThe BCCI has made a formal request to the WICB that the length of India's upcoming tour of the Caribbean be reduced.07 Feb 2006Liam Camps
Under 19 World Cup: Day TwoThere were no shocks in Colombo on day two of the U19 World Cup, with England, India, Pakistan and West Indies all winning06 Feb 2006George Roberts
U19s: England and WI start wellEngland and the West Indies were the surprise successes in the warmup matches ahead of the 2006 ICC Under-19 World Cup, starting Sunda03 Feb 2006Neil Pickup
WICB postpones Australia seriesThe ICC's Future Tours Programme suffered further as the WICB indefinitely postponed the home series against Australia next year.19 Jan 2006Liam Camps
West Indies Squad for NZ TourBrian Lara will miss the ODI series, reducing his ODI appearances to prolong his test career.18 Jan 2006Richard Edmunds
Captaincy For AllIn the wake of internal divisions and general poor form, Liam Camps looks at the captaincy situation in the West Indies.18 Jan 2006Liam Camps
Rawl Lewis - Spin Saviour?So long has the West Indies searched for a quality spin option, but now all can sleep easy with the second coming of Rawl Lewis.18 Jan 2006Liam Camps
Roger Harper to coach KenyaFormer West Indies allrounder and coach, Roger Harper has been appointed to the helm of Kenyan cricket.10 Jan 2006Liam Camps
Jimmy Adams to manage WI U-19Following the resignation of Roger Harper from the role, Jimmy Adams has been appointed as manager of the West Indies U-19 team.10 Jan 2006Liam Camps
Hayden ensures whitewashAustralia reached the moderate victory target with minimal difficulty on the final day in Adelaide, completing a series sweep.29 Nov 2005Sean Fuller
The rebuild starts hereAfter a disappointing Ashes series, it was a new look Australia which took apart the West Indies over three Tests. Is it a new start?29 Nov 2005Edward Jackson
Mission Incomplete : WI in AusNo one expected glory from this bunch of West Indians. At best, the goal was to avoid a whitewash and retain some pride.29 Nov 2005Liam Camps
Australia close in on 3-0Dwayne Bravo played defiant knock overshadowed only by the fierce spin of Warne and generally poor umpiring, as we head to day five.28 Nov 2005Liam Camps
Warne reported for dissentChampion legspinner, Shane Warne has been charged with dissent shown during the ongoing third Test match against the West Indies.28 Nov 2005Liam Camps
The Largeness of LaraWith a bat lift higher than Tiger Woods when driving on a par five. He has experienced the highs and lows of international fame28 Nov 2005Archie Mac
World Record To LaraSuperb, sensational, superlative, just some of the apt descriptions of the innings of Brian Lara 226, outof the West Indies 40526 Nov 2005Archie Mac
Aussies in Adelaide arm wrestleAustralia has just about taken the points in an intriguing and tense third day against the West Indies at the Adelaide Oval.26 Nov 2005Edward Jackson
Brilliant Brian defies AustraliaA stunning assault on Australia's bowlers by Brian Lara in the later stages of day 1 has left the third test evenly poised.25 Nov 2005Sean Fuller
Gayle recovering from heart op.Chris Gayle, the left handed West Indian opening batsman, has undergone successful heart surgery in Melbourne.23 Nov 2005Harry Warwick
Injured Samuels returns homeBatsman Marlon Samuels has been forced home from the West Indies tour of Australia with a recurrence of his knee ailment.22 Nov 2005Liam Camps
Brilliant Bravo restores prideDwayne Bravo struck his second Test match hundred, as he and Denesh Ramdin fought back from despair, to force Australia to bat again.20 Nov 2005Liam Camps
Australia cruise homeAustralia have coasted to a 9 wicket win and an unassailable lead in the Frank Worrell Trophy, losing just one wicket in the run chase.20 Nov 2005Sean Fuller
Australia well on topDespite a strong comeback in the field by the West Indies on the third day, Australia look likely winners of the second test.19 Nov 2005Sean Fuller
Australia Dominate Day 2If this were a boxing contest the West Indies corner would have already thrown in the towel18 Nov 2005Archie Mac
Windies crumble on day oneWest Indian woes continued, as they squandered first use of an excellent batting surface to be dismissed for 149 on day one at Hobart17 Nov 2005Liam Camps
West Indian "Whodats" Part 2Moving on from the top order selection, we observe the three unfortunate players who feature in the middle order of this list.15 Nov 2005Liam Camps
West Indies limp to drawDespite resistance from captain Chanderpaul, the West Indies failed to find any form in their drawn match against Victoria13 Nov 2005Sean Fuller
Victoria continue to dominate WIDavid Hussey registered his 16th First Class hundred, as Victoria continued to dominate the tour match against the West Indians.12 Nov 2005Liam Camps
Hodge dominates opening dayFringe Australian batsman Brad Hodge has sent a message to the Australian selectors with a dominant century against the West Indies.11 Nov 2005Sean Fuller
West Indian "Whodats"With the heavy rotation of West Indian players of late, we take a glance at some of the "blunderous" or entirely bizarre selections.10 Nov 2005Liam Camps
Hemp wants to play for BermudaGlamorgan player of the year David Hemp has plans to play for Bermuda in the 2007 World Cup.07 Nov 2005Harry Warwick
Windies humiliated by 379 runsThe West Indies crumbled to embarrassing defeat in the first Test against Australia, as Brett Lee and Nathan Bracken did the damage.06 Nov 2005Liam Camps
Ponting and Hayden dominateRicky Ponting, Matthew Hayden and Shane Warne have taken the first test beyond the reach of the West Indies, with an awesome third day.05 Nov 2005Sean Fuller
Australia take control on Day 2A fast bowling exhibition from Glenn McGrath has left the West Indies with an up hill battle at the end of the second days play.04 Nov 2005Archie Mac
Ponting's ton lifts AustraliaA brilliant hundred from captain Ricky Ponting helped Australia recover from 111/4 to 340/7 at stumps on day one of the first Test.03 Nov 2005Liam Camps
Samuels snares 5 in drawn matchWest Indian Marlon Samuels capped off a fantastic match with bat and ball, but could not prevent Queensland from attaining a draw.30 Oct 2005Liam Camps
Samuels flays QueenslandWest Indian fringe batsman Marlon Samuels destroyed a Queensland attack that is strong on paper in a remarkable third day.29 Oct 2005Sean Fuller
Smith leads Windies chargeThe West Indian batsmen dominated a rain-shortened day at the Allan Border Field in Brisbane, as they reached stumps at 252/3.28 Oct 2005Liam Camps
Wavell Hinds to miss 1st TestWavell Hinds has been ruled out of the first Test match against Australia.27 Oct 2005Liam Camps
QLD RecoverQueensland made a good recovery in their four day match against the West Indians. After slumping early they eventually made 32327 Oct 2005Archie Mac
WI in Australia - PreviewShivnarine Chanderpaul's team of perennial underachievers will face the World Champions on their home turf and hungry for victory.26 Oct 2005Liam Camps
Courtney Browne retiresFormer West Indies vice-captain and wicketkeeper, Courtney Browne has announced his retirement from the sport.26 Oct 2005Liam Camps
Lara- the most dangerous batsmanBrian Lara has been voted the most dangerous batsman and Andrew Flintoff the most dangerous bowler by Australian cricketers.23 Oct 2005James Nixon
Lara/Sarwan/Gayle return for WIA full-strength West Indies team will head to Australia, as a 15-man squad was named containing the big names of Caribbean cricket.05 Oct 2005Liam Camps
Freddie among ICC award nomineesThe ICC has announced the nominations for its four major awards, with the winners to be announced on October 11th in Sydney.15 Sep 2005Liam Camps
Lara, Gayle, Sarwan in WI 30Big names Lara, Sarwan and Gayle have been included in a provisional Windies squad of 30 for the upcoming tour of Australia.15 Sep 2005Liam Camps
Lawson cleared of throwingFast bowler Jermaine Lawson has been cleared by the ICC to continue playing international cricket with his current bowling action.02 Sep 2005Liam Camps
West Indies topple Sri LankaA strong all-round performance from Omari Banks has handed the West Indies a shock victory in the Indian Oil Cup07 Aug 2005Sean Fuller
Ramdin efforts fall shortIndia qualified for the final of the IndianOil Cup in Colombo as they edged past a determined West Indian outfit, Yuvraj scoring 110.07 Aug 2005Neil Pickup
Sri Lanka topple West IndiesSri Lanka have registered their 2nd win of the Indian Oil Cup, defeating the depleted West Indies by 50 runs, to stay undefeated.03 Aug 2005Jonathan Augustus
India cruise to victoryHost nation India have opened their account in the Indian Oil Cup with a comfortable six wicket win over the West Indies.31 Jul 2005Sean Fuller
Zoysa joins Vaas on the sidelineSri Lanka's preparation for the IndianOil Cup have gone from bad to worse with news that Nuwan Zoysa will miss the first match.29 Jul 2005Richard Twyman
Australia continue to dominateAustralia continues to lead the pack as the LG ICC ODI Championship table, after the rankings underwent their annual update.29 Jul 2005Richard Twyman
Ganguly remains suspendedSourav Ganguly remains suspended from international cricket after his second appeal was rejected, though the ban has been reduced.28 Jul 2005Richard Twyman
Ganguly to hear appeal resultSourav Ganguly is set to find out the result of the second appeal against the six-match ban27 Jul 2005Richard Twyman
Tino Best fined 50% of match feeWest Indies fast bowler Tino Best has been fined half of his match fee for bowling three beamers at the Sri Lankan batsman.27 Jul 2005Richard Twyman
Comprehensive win for IndiaIndian warmed up for the Indian Oil triangular tournament with a comprehensive victory over a Kurunegala Invitation XI.27 Jul 2005Richard Twyman
Murali woos Windies with doosraMuttiah Muralitharan had the Windies batsmen in an absolute spin, as he forced Sri Lanka to a 2-0 series win.25 Jul 2005Liam Camps
Chaminda Vaas to miss openerSri Lanka's premier swing bowler Chaminda Vaas is to miss the start of the upcoming triangular series starting next week.24 Jul 2005Richard Twyman
Two new faces in SL squadTwo new faces have earned a call up to the Sri Lankan squad announced today for the upcoming IndianOil triangular one-day tournament.24 Jul 2005Richard Twyman
Sangakkara puts SL in controlSri Lanka charged into control of the second Test match against the West Indies behind Kumar Sangakkara's 135 not out.24 Jul 2005Liam Camps
Sri Lankan batsmen extend leadSri Lanka's top order has taken control of the second Test, ending a rain-interrupted 2nd day on 146/2, an overall lead of 148 runs.23 Jul 2005Alex Feeney
Wickets tumble at KandyA total of 15 wickets fell on the first day of the second and final Test match between the West Indies and Sri Lanka at Kandy.22 Jul 2005Liam Camps
World Cup 07 Schedule AnnouncedThe schedule for 2007 World Cup in the West Indies has been announced with the West Indies kicking off the competition in Jamaica19 Jul 2005James Nixon
Dravid given Indian captaincySourav Ganguly has been named as a provisional 16th man in the Indian squad for the IndianOil Cup in Sri Lanka but Dravid is captain.18 Jul 2005Liam Camps
Lawson's action reported to ICCWest Indian fast bowler Jermaine Lawson has been reported to the ICC for a suspect bowling action for the second time in his career.17 Jul 2005Liam Camps
Sri Lanka seal 6-wicket victorySri Lanka have claimed a 1-0 lead in the two-Test series versus the West Indies after completing a 6-wicket win on the fourth day.16 Jul 2005Alex Feeney
World Cup 2007 Groups ConfirmedThe International Cricket Council have confirmed the groups for the 2007 World Cup in the West Indies.14 Jul 2005James Nixon
Vaas gives Sri Lanka the edgeA fight back headed by Chaminda Vaas has put Sri Lanka in front at stumps on day 2 of the first Test against the West Indies.14 Jul 2005Alex Feeney
Chanders leads Windies fightbackA defiant West Indies team played to 271/6 at stumps on the first day of the first Test against Sri Lanka, behind Chanderpaul's lead.13 Jul 2005Liam Camps
Windies play to drawThe 2-day tour match between the West Indies and the Sri Lanka Cricket XI ended in a draw, as the tourists batted to 109/4 at the close11 Jul 2005Liam Camps
Sarwan signs with GloucsWest Indies batsman, Ramnaresh Sarwan has signed with Gloucestershire as the club's second overseas player.10 Jul 2005Liam Camps
West Indies Suffer In Sri LankaWest Indies kicked off their Sri Lanka tour on a dismal note as the visitors were bowled out for just 11009 Jul 2005Richard Twyman
Depleted Windies crumblesThe West Indians crumbled for 110 all out as the Sri Lanka Cricket XI dominated the first day of the tour match, ending on 152/1.09 Jul 2005Liam Camps
ICC names Super Series squadsIt is set to be a true cricketing spectacle, and now there are names to further whet the appetite of the masses.02 Jul 2005Liam Camps
Deja vu - WI 2nd stringers to SLThe likes of Brian Lara, Ramnaresh Sarwan and Chris Gayle are among the best West Indies names which will not feature in Sri Lanka.01 Jul 2005Liam Camps
Champions Trophy Format ChangedThe ICC have announced that the format of the next Champions League Trophy competition is to change to ensure fewer one-sided matches.30 Jun 2005James Nixon
Sri Lanka Modify Series DatesSri Lanka have modified the dates of their home Test series against West Indies and made changes to the one-day series that follows.24 Jun 2005Richard Twyman
Lara opts out of SL ODIsStar batsman Brian Lara has opted out of the One Day Internationals against India and Sri Lanka, on the forthcoming tour of Sri Lanka.22 Jun 2005Liam Camps
Ramdin among Windies 13Wicketkeeper-batsman Denesh Ramdin, 19, has been selected to the West Indies 13 to tour Sri Lanka, replacing Courtney Browne.20 Jun 2005Liam Camps
Ganga to lead Windies 'A' teamDaren Ganga will lead a 15-member West Indies 'A' team, due to tour Sri Lanka later this month.16 Jun 2005Liam Camps
Spinners lead MCC to victoryAfter setting an imposing target, the spin of the MCC has helped defeat the International XI by 112 runs at Lords.14 Jun 2005Andrew Marmont
Pakistan coast to victoryThe touring Pakistanis have completed a comprehensive victory over the West Indies to level the two-match series 1 - 1.08 Jun 2005Alex Feeney
Pakistan on track to draw seriesPakistan will almost certainly level the two-Test series against the West Indies tomorrow, after the hosts capitulated chasing 280.07 Jun 2005Adam Collins
Windies sit pretty on Lara's tonBrian Lara scored his 30th Test century, as West Indies look to go past Pakistan's first innings score of 374 all out.05 Jun 2005Sudeep Popat
Younis Khan buoys PakistanYounis Khan hit his ninth Test century to lead Pakistan's batting effort on day one of the Second Test at Sabina Park.04 Jun 2005Adam Collins
Lara WI cricketer of the yearBrian Lara has been named Cricketer of the Year by the West Indies' Players Association at an awards ceremony in Jamaica.03 Jun 2005Adam Collins
Best comes in for 2nd TestTino Best has been called into the West Indies squad ahead of the second test against Pakistan and replaces Fidel Edwards.31 May 2005James Nixon
West Indies Secure 276 Run WinThe West Indies have beaten Pakistan by 276 runs in the first test at Bridgetown, Barbados.30 May 2005James Nixon
Youhana doubtful for second TestYousuf Youhana is almost guaranteed to miss the second Test against West Indies, as he has flown back home to attend to his ill father.29 May 2005Sudeep Popat
Edwards blitzes PakistanA five-wicket haul from West Indies paceman Fidel Edwards has put the home side firmly in control of the First Test against Pakistan.28 May 2005Adam Collins
Lara ton lifts WindiesBrian Lara scored his 29th century to lift West Indies to 345, on the first day of the first Test against Pakistan at Barbados.27 May 2005Sudeep Popat
Pakistan clinch seriesPakistan has claimed an unassailable 2 - 0 ODI series lead after defeating the WI by 40 runs, reducing them to their 7th straight loss.22 May 2005Alex Feeney
Pakistan complete ODI whitewashHalf-centuries from Shahid Afridi, Bazid Khan and Yousuf Youhana set Pakistan on their way to a third ODI win despite Chris Gayle's 12422 May 2005Neil Pickup
ICC Propose ODI Rule ChangesThe ICC are proposing radical changes to one-day internationals in recommendations made at a recent conference held in Dubai.20 May 2005James Nixon
SA complete whitewashSouth Africa won the fifth ODI against West Indies, a shortened 20-over match, by seven wickets to complete a 5-0 whitewash.17 May 2005Sudeep Popat
Afridi rampages in Pakistan winShahid Afridi scored a century, and followed it up with a 4-wicket haul to take Pakistan to 248-run win in their warm-up match.16 May 2005Sudeep Popat
Prince steers SA to victorySouth Africa have gone 4 - 0 up in the ODI series versus the West Indies after completing a 6 wicket win at Queen's Park, Port of Spain14 May 2005Alex Feeney
WI unchanged for last two ODIsWest Indies have retained the 13-member squad for the final two ODIs against South Africa to be played in Trinidad over the weekend.13 May 2005Sudeep Popat
Kallis doubtful for last 2 ODIsJacques Kallis is likely to miss the last two ODIs against West Indies to be played over the weekend, owing to an arm injury.13 May 2005Sudeep Popat
Graeme Smith BannedGraeme Smith has been banned for four one-day games and fined 30% of his match fee after Wednesday's match against West Indies.13 May 2005Richard Twyman
In Tears and Mad EndingsThe premise: West Indian cricket let out another death gasp at the Kensington Oval. Madness, lunacy, blood and tears. 13 May 2005Liam Camps
Insanity as WI procure defeatInsanity grabbed hold of the West Indian lower order at the Kensington Oval, as Charl Langeveldt was granted a hat-trick in SA victory.11 May 2005Liam Camps
Rest of the World SquadsThe Rest of the World squads for a three-match ODI series and one six-day Super Test against Australia have been announced.09 May 2005James Nixon
South Africa Win 1st ODISouth Africa have beaten the West Indies by eight wickets to go one-up in the five match ODI series thanks to a century by G Smith.08 May 2005James Nixon
Limp West Indies slump againThe West Indies subsided to another limp defeat in the second ODI of their series against South Africa at Kingston's Sabina Park08 May 2005Neil Pickup
Pollock leads SA over JamaicaA 4-wicket bag for Shaun Pollock led the charge for the South Africans, as they successfully defended a total of 245 against Jamaica.07 May 2005Liam Camps
Full Tsunami Match Line UpsThe teams for the MCC v International XI match on 14th June at Lord's have been announced in aid of the tsunami appeal.04 May 2005Richard Twyman
Gayle scores 317 as runs flowWI V SA, Day 4: Chris Gayle became the 4th West Indian to score 300+ runs in an innings as the home side extended their total to 565/5.03 May 2005Alex Feeney
Boje doubtful for ODIsNicky Boje is a dubitable starter for the ODI series against West Indies, after suffering from a breathing problem.03 May 2005Sudeep Popat
Antigua Test ends in farceA Test match containing eight centuries, 1462 runs and 17 wickets finished. No one really cared, but Mark Boucher took a wicket.03 May 2005Neil Pickup
Moin Khan Dropped From SquadVeteran wicket-keeper, Moin Khan has been discarded from the final 17 man Pakistan squad to tour the West Indies.02 May 2005Sangrah Bhatia
Resurgent Gayle smashes SAChris Gayle found form at the right time for the West Indies, as he smashed his seventh Test match hundred - a score of 184 not out.01 May 2005Liam Camps
South Africa Pile on the RunsSouth Africa have piled on the runs on the second day to be 525/4 at stumps with centuries to de Villiers, Smith, Kallis and Prince.30 Apr 2005James Nixon
Smith and de Villiers dominateSA V WI, Day 1: Unbeaten centuries from Graeme Smith and AB de Villiers have seen South Africa reach 214 without loss.29 Apr 2005Alex Feeney
Brian Lara Number 1 Test PlayerBrian Lara has returned to the top of the international test rankings following his good knocks in the current test series against SAF.26 Apr 2005James Nixon
West Indies Make ChangesThe West Indies have made two changes for the forth and final test against South Africa starting on Friday in Antigua.26 Apr 2005James Nixon
Lara & Tendulkar Named CaptainsBrian Lara (West Indies) and Sachin Tendulkar (India) have been named as the two captains for the tsunami appeal match at Lords26 Apr 2005Richard Twyman
South Africa ODI Squad NamedThe South African ODI squad has been named for their five match series against the West Indies starting on the 7th of May.25 Apr 2005James Nixon
Nel destroys WI for series winA meek surrender at the Kensington Oval saw the Windies wilt against the bowling of Andre Nel, to slide to an innings defeat.24 Apr 2005Liam Camps
South Africa in CommandSouth Africa are in a commanding position after day three with an overall lead of 225 with two wickets in hand.23 Apr 2005James Nixon
Lacklustre Windies made to toilA brace of centuries from the South African openers placed them firmly in control after the West Indies collapsed on day 2 in Barbados22 Apr 2005Neil Pickup
Magnificent Lara Stands AloneOnce again, Brian Lara showed the world what a dominant force he is in test cricket21 Apr 2005Rich Hingston
Edwards and Hinds back for WIFresh off a fiery showing against the South Africans for the Vice Chancellor's XI, Fidel Edwards is back in the West Indies squad.17 Apr 2005Liam Camps
Dippenaar 184 stars for SABoeta Dippenaar pressed an impressive claim for a Test recall, scoring 184 for the South Africans in a tour match versus the UWI VC XI.17 Apr 2005Liam Camps
Pollock reaches the CaribbeanShaun Pollock flew to the Caribbean this weekend to join up with the South African squad, after missing the first two Tests.17 Apr 2005Sudeep Popat
Ntini fireworks condemn WindiesMakhaya Ntini recorded a career-best 7 for 37 in Trinidad, devastating the West Indian lower order as home hope rapidly turned sour12 Apr 2005Neil Pickup
Drama at the Queen's Park OvalA dramatic final day is on the cards at the Queen's Park Oval, as a fighting innings from Ramnaresh Sarwan kept the game well-poised.11 Apr 2005Liam Camps
Listless Windies cede initiativeA ninth Test century from Graeme Smith shifted the Second Test's balance of play firmly in the South Africans' favour at Port-of-Spain10 Apr 2005Neil Pickup
Awesome Pakistan Strike BackAn awesome display of batting by Salman Butt and then a superb spell of bowling by Rana Naved helped Pakistan crush India by 106 runs.09 Apr 2005Sangrah Bhatia
Ntini, Smith shine for SAThe second day started with all eyes on Brian Lara, who's re-entry into the test team yielded a quite magnificent innings yesterday.09 Apr 2005Rich Hingston
WI-SA: Like he was never awayThe Cable & Wireless versus Digicel contretemps concluded, the focus returned to on-pitch matters in Trinidad. Lara was back...08 Apr 2005Neil Pickup
Ryan Hinds out of 2nd TestAllrounder Ryan Hinds will miss the second Test against South Africa due to a viral infection.06 Apr 2005Liam Camps
Kallis hundred stirs dull drawA resilient hundred from Jacques Kallis assisted South Africa to a tame draw in the first Test against the West Indies.05 Apr 2005Liam Camps
Lara returns, loses captaincyHaving had his captaincy career put on hold for the first Test match against South Africa, Brian Lara has lost the captaincy entirely.05 Apr 2005Liam Camps
Windies presses toward victoryAnother impressive day from the West Indies in the field set South Africa playing desperately for a draw with one day remaining.03 Apr 2005Liam Camps
Wickets tumble as WI stands tallA spirited display by the West Indies pace attack left South Africa stunned at 130/6 at the end of a rain-shortened day at Bourda.02 Apr 2005Liam Camps
Hinds and Chanders double upMaiden double hundreds from Hinds and Chandperpaul powered the West Indies to 543/5 declared on day two of the first Test.01 Apr 2005Liam Camps
Hinds and Chanders blaze SAHundreds from Wavell Hinds and new West Indies captain Shivnarine Chanderpaul powered the home side to 347/3 at the end of day one.31 Mar 2005Liam Camps
Taylor ruled out of first TestJerome Taylor has been ruled out of the first Test against South Africa, starting next Thursday in Guyana, because of a stiff back.25 Mar 2005Sudeep Popat
Carib Beer Series FinalThe Leeward Islands vs. Jamaica at Alpart.23 Mar 2005Liam Camps
Dave Mohammed among three bannedThree Trinidad and Tobago cricketers have been banned from representing their country due disciplinary breaches.23 Mar 2005Liam Camps
Pollock to miss first TestShaun Pollock has been confirmed to miss the first Test against West Indies in Guyana, because of a persistent left ankle trouble.22 Mar 2005Sudeep Popat
Lords' Tsumani MatchA Tsumami relief match between an MCC XI and an International XI has been organized for June 14th to be played at Lords'.22 Mar 2005James Nixon
Rahul Dravid Rated No 1 in TestsRahul Dravid has moved ahead of Jacques Kallis into first place in the ICC Test Player Ratings.22 Mar 2005James Nixon
Lara-less W-Indies for 1st TestBrian Lara has been left out of the 1st Test against South Africa after continued contract disputes with the West Indians Cricket Board20 Mar 2005James Nixon
Carib Beer Series : Round 10West Indies domestic cricket.15 Mar 2005Liam Camps
Carib Beer Series : Round 9West Indies domestic cricket.08 Mar 2005Liam Camps
Best back for BajansTino Best returns from injury.02 Mar 2005Liam Camps
Carib Beer Series : Round 8West Indies domestic cricket.01 Mar 2005Liam Camps
R.I.P. Allan Rae (1922-2005)Allan Fitzroy Rae, the Jamaica and West Indies opening batsman, has passed away at the age of 82.01 Mar 2005Liam Camps
World XI v Asian XI - 2nd ODIThe second Tsunami ODI between a World XI and an Asian XI has been cancelled due to weather conditions in the venue Calcutta.28 Feb 2005James Nixon
Carib Beer Series : Round 7West Indies domestic cricket.23 Feb 2005Liam Camps
Bucknor to reach 100 TestsSteve Bucknor will become the first umpire to officiate 100 tests when he umpires the second Test between India and Pakistan at Kolkota22 Feb 2005Alex Feeney
Somerset Line Up McLeanSomerset CCC has confirmed that they are in talks with the former West Indies fast bowler Nixon McLean about a possible return.21 Feb 2005Richard Twyman
Carib Beer Series : Round 6Round 6 Roundup of Caribbean regional cricket.16 Feb 2005Liam Camps
"Castro" returns to cricketFidel Edwards is back from injury, as he returns to Barbados' squad for Round 7 of the Carib Beer Series.16 Feb 2005Liam Camps
Dillon & Powell return for T&TExperienced seamer Mervyn Dillon and Jamaican-born batsman Ricardo Powell have been included in Trinidad and Tobago's squad.16 Feb 2005Liam Camps
Pakistan Head To The FinalThe West Indies tumbled out of the VB Series when they lost to Pakistan by 30 runs, failing to chase 308 runs needed for victory.11 Feb 2005Richard Twyman
Carib Beer: Round 5Carib Beer Cricket Series: Round 5 Round Up11 Feb 2005Liam Camps
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