Windward Islands have secured first innings points and lead Combined Campuses and Colleges by 14 runs on their opening encounter in the WICB Regional 4 Day Tournament at the 3 Ws Oval in Barbados.
Windwards closed on 145 for 7 after dismissing CCC for a paltry 131 as 17 wickets tumbled on the first day when batsmen, fresh out of the Caribbean Twenty20, demonstrated that they have not broken out of the crash, bang mode...
Mumbai, India – The West Indies Women started their tour of India on a winning note as they defeated the BCCI President’s XI by five wickets in their opening match on Saturday.
The Windies limited the home side to 183-9 off 50 overs and then moved to 186-5 to win with eight overs to spare at the Bandra Kurla Complex.
Georgetown, Guyana - For a second day running no play was possible at the Bourda Cricket Ground in Guyana where the home side is slated to do battle with Leeward Islands. The historic Bourda field was under water due to continued heavy rains in Guyana. There was no play on Day One as the toss was not even spun. At soonest play is expect to begin late Sunday afternoon if the showers stay away.
Colombo, Sri Lanka – The West Indies will be looking to go one-up when they face Sri Lanka in the 2nd ERI One-Day International at the Sinhalese Sports Club on Thursday.
The two sides had a wash-out in the series-opener on Monday and the second match becomes all-important. First ball in Thursday’s match is 9.30 am (12 midnight Eastern Caribbean Time/11 pm Wednesday Jamaica Time).
St John’s, Antigua– The West Indies Cricket Board advises that the WICB Regional 4 Day Tournament match between Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago which was slated for the Albion Community Centre Ground has been moved to the Guyana National Stadium at Providence.
The match will commence on Friday, March 25 along with two other matches in the 7thand final league round.