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St John’s, Antigua – Opening batsman Chris Gayle has informed the Board that he will not make himself available to play in the Pakistan leg of the Digicel Series and that he prefers to play in the Indian Premier League instead.

Gayle informed the WICB that he had received an offer to participate in the IPL and applied to the WICB for a No Objection Certificate to cover the entire duration...

Mohali, India, CMC – With a quarter-final berth in sight, resurgent West Indies will be anxious to quell any resistance from giant-killers Ireland when they clash in their Group B, World Cup clash here Friday.

The Caribbean side started their campaign with a seven-wicket loss to South Africa but since then has hammered out impressive wins – a 215-crushing of the Netherlands and a...

Colombo, Sri Lanka – Chris Gayle on Thursday announced that his ultimate goal is to get his hands on the World Cup trophy.

The big left-hander, rated as one of the most destructive batsmen of all time, said he has a desire to become a world champion and bring back glory to West Indies cricket during the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup.

“I’m looking forward to the tournament...

Bridgetown, Barbados – West Indies fast bowler Fidel Edwards continues to enjoy his return to the international stage and has made a significant climb in the ICC Player Rankings for Test cricket.

The pacy 29-year-old, who recently made a comeback after a two-year lay-off, has returned to the Top 20 in bowling. He took eight wickets in the just concluded Second Digicel Test at Kensington Oval in...

St John’s, Antigua – Ten clubs across the Caribbean will benefit from WICB Digicel Grassroots Grants amounting to over US$45,000.

Three of the ten clubs are from Barbados, two in Trinidad and one each in Antigua, Dominica, Guyana, Jamaica and St Lucia.

The clubs have received grants for a wide variety of cricket development purposes ranging from procurement of cricket gears to...

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