Jamaica Cricket

West Indies Women out for revenge

Jamaica Star article.

Kingston, Jamaica - West Indies Women all-rounder Stafanie Taylor has expressed that it is the intention of the team to exact revenge against New Zealand during their upcoming one-day and Twenty20 international series here in the Caribbean.

Richardson could miss out on contract

Jamaica Star article.

Kingston, Jamaica - Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) chief executive Courtney Francis is refusing to confirm or deny that fast bowler Andrew Richardson could miss out on a Jamaica franchise retainer contract ahead of the new-look regional four-day tournament.

Race Course beat the rain

Jamaica Gleaner article.

Kingston, Jamaica - Rain, which has been mostly absent in southern St Elizabeth over the last several months, came with a vengeance recently, cutting short the 2014 Social Development Commission's (SDC's) twenty20 cricket final at the Alpart Sports club.

President urges on cricket summer camps

Jamaica Observer article.

Kingston, Jamaica - Whycliffe 'Dave' Cameron, president of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), commended Melbourne Cricket Club for the successful staging of its summer cricket camp and he encouraged all clubs across the island to follow suit.

Pacer Taylor looking to keep improving

Jamaica Star article.

Kingston, Jamaica - Speedster Jerome Taylor is anticipating another good showing when the West Indies takes on Bangladesh in the first Dhaka Bank Test at Arnos Vale Cricket Ground in St Vincent.


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