Windies Mens Team
 

Smiling Windies touch down in SL

Colombo, Sri Lanka - West Indies captain Darren Sammy is not getting carried away about his side's prospects in the ICC World Twenty20. With a number of leading T20 players at his disposal, the Windies are being touted by many as one of the leading contenders to take the crown.

Speaking at his team's arrival press conference in Colombo, Sammy was all smiles and said he believes there are a number of worthy teams at the tournament who could win the title come October 7.

Gibson optimistic ahead of World T20

Bridgetown, Barbados – West Indies coach Ottis Gibson said he was optimistic of his side’s chances in the World Twenty20 Tournament taking place this month in Sri Lanka.

Sammy: Rally around the West Indies

Bridgetown, Barbados – Darren Sammy urged fans to continue to “rally around the West Indies”, as his side flew out to Sri Lanka on Sunday for this month’s World Twenty20 Tournament.

Gibson: Windies attack has depth

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Head coach Ottis Gibson believes West Indies boasts a bowling attack that will thrive in whatever conditions the team meets during the ICC World Twenty20 Championship starting later this month in Sri Lanka.

Conditions in the Asian subcontinent usually favour spin but Gibson said the 15-man squad comprised a well balanced bowling unit that would be prepared to face the challenges of the surfaces during the September 18 to October 7 tournament.

Gayle stars with bat, ball under lights

CAVE HILL, Barbados, CMC – The outstanding Chris Gayle took centre stage with an exciting half-century in a smooth all-rounder performance as West Indies beat a UWI Select XI by 77 runs, to sweep their warm-up doubleheader at the 3Ws Oval on Thursday night.

Gayle cracked 62 from 42 balls as West Indies cruised to 175 for four off 20 overs after opting to bat first. Johnson Charles hammered 46 off 39 balls while exciting all-rounder Andre Russell chipped in with a cameo 33 in the dying stages.

Pages

 
Subscribe to Windies Mens Team