Windies Mens Team

Coach has faith WI can push England

LONDON – Ottis Gibson put his faith in the young, inexperienced West Indies top-order batting to rise to the challenge, when they face England in the first of three Tests, starting on Thursday at Lord’s.

The West Indies coach said this series presents the players with another opportunity to take up the challenge and play their best against the World No.1 side.

Adams backs Sammy as captain

LONDON, ENGLAND - Former West Indies captain Jimmy Adams has extended his support to under-attack skipper of the current team, Darren Sammy, ahead of the three-Test series against England.

Taylor enjoying limelight

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - West Indies women cricket team all-rounder Stafanie Taylor has admitted her delight in being the focal player on the regional squad.

The 20-year old right-handed batsman and off-spinner is currently ranked the top player in the women’s game, according to the game’s governing body ICC (International Cricket Council). 

Eyes on pace duo ahead of Lord's

LONDON, England – Fitness concerns hover over the fast bowling pair of Kemar Roach and Ravi Rampaul, ahead of Thursday’s start of the first Test against England at Lord’s.

Sammy keeping focused

LONDON, ENGLAND - They may be missing several of their leading players, have been beaten in the warm-up game, written-off in the media and up against the No. 1 rated Test team, but West Indies captain Darren Sammy has warned England not to underestimate his side's chance ahead of the Test series beginning at Lord's on Thursday.


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