Kingston, Jamaica - Minister with responsibility for sports Natalie Neita-Headley has praised the Cricket Clubs Activities Committee (CCAC) for its initiative to develop the game through fostering partnerships with sponsors and engaging past and current players.
BRIDGETOWN Barbados - Top West Indies cricketer Stafanie Taylor says she is anticipating a large turnout of spectators at Kensington Oval to witness the finals of the Women’s Twenty20 International Tri-nations series between the regional side and England on Saturday night.
MIAMI, Florida - India. It's where the West Indies' Player of the Year, Marlon Samuels, scored his first century; an innings of 104 runs in 2002, which helped the Windies to a draw in their third Test against India in Kokata.
FLORIDA, United States - President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), Dave Cameron, has reminded that some 60 players are to receive retainer contracts in the New Year as part of the Caribbean Premier League licensing arrangement.