Jamaica Cricket

WICB breaks new ground

ST. JOHN'S, Antigua -- The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has broken new ground with the hosting of a pre-event seminar for its 2009 Cricket Season.

Held at the Jolly Beach Resort in Antigua on Wednesday, the seminar was part of the Board’s new Strategic Plan Initiative in which the Board has expanded all of its events planning processes to embrace the Territorial Boards across the region.

WICB seeks to deepen relations with Territorial Boards

KINGSTON -- Mr. Dave Cameron, Vice President in Charge of Development with the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) leaves Jamaica today (Monday) on a two-day visit to Grenada, during which he will have discussions with that country’s Sports Minister, Mr. Patrick Simmons.  Mr. Cameron is being accompanied by Mr. Emanuel Nanthan, President of the Windward Islands Cricket Board of Control.


Scorecard: Jamaica versus Canada

GEORGETOWN -- Scorecard from the Jamaica versus Canada encounter in the WICB Limited Overs Competition.

Jamaica vs Canada

(At Bourda)


S Jyoti run out 10

A Samad c wk Hibbert b Richardon 15

Q Ali c wk Hibbert b Richardson 0

Z Surkari c wk Hibbert b Richardson 8

+A Mulla c wk Hibbert b Brown 1

*S Dhaniram c Hyatt b Wallace 24

K Chohan not out 17

U Bhatti c wk Hibbert b Brown 0

K Jethi c Brown b Ingram 0

H Baidwan c Hyatt b Richardson 4

D Katchay c wk Hibbert b Wallace 13

Day 3 Results: Limited Overs Competition

GEORGETOWN, Guyana -- Results from the third round of matches in the West Indies Cricket Board’s One-Day Tournament played in Guyana on Saturday:

At Blairmont:

GUYANA 170 off 26.2 overs (Travis Dowlin 59, Royston Crandon 54; Liam Sebastien 5-28, Nelon Pascal 4-33). WINDWARDS 174-7 off 26.4 overs (Devon Smith 68, Darren Sammy 38, Johnson Charles 27; Veerasammy Permaul 2-21, Steven Jacobs 2-32)

Windwards won by 3 wickets (Match was 27 overs per team after rain delay)

At Uitvlugt:

Adams appointed JCA Technical Director

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Former West Indies captain Jimmy Adams has been appointed Technical Director of the development programmes of the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA). He takes up the position from December 1.

In making the announcement, Paul Campbell, new President of the JCA, said the former left-handed batsman would have lead responsibility for the entire coaching programme.


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