Windies Mens Team

Confidence is the key for Windies

ROSEAU, Dominica -- West Indies were find themselves in a battle to stay alive after the second day of the third Digicel Test against Australia 163 runs adrift, but all is not lost. Australia’s tail wagged to punish the hosts, recovering from 169-7 to reach 328 all out before the home side ended the day on 165-8.

It was a disappointing day for the colourful and cheering crowd which turned up at Windsor Park, who had hoped to see Darren Sammy’s young team push on from their promising work on Monday and make a bid to tie the three-Test series.

WI collapse after Wade sparkles

ROSEAU, Dominica – A dramatic batting collapse, triggered by off-spinner Nathan Lyon, undermined West Indies’ bid for a series-levelling victory over Australia in the third and final Digicel Test on Tuesday.

WI 165-8 at close

ROSEAU, Dominica – West Indies, replying to Australia’s first innings total of 328, reached 165 for eight at the close on the second day of the third and final Digicel Test on Tuesday at Windsor Park.

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Stafanie Taylor dreams of greatness

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – West Indies star all-rounder Stafanie Taylor said she had two major goals in mind as she prepared to take on Sri Lanka Women in a home series over the next three weeks in Barbados and Trinidad.

Taylor said it was important for her to “do whatever [was] required” to lead the Windies Women to victory, and secondly, maintain her positions as the No.1 batter and No.1 all-rounder in the women’s ICC One-Day International rankings.

Charles learns life lesson from Cooper

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Effervescent Scotiabank Kiddy Cricketer Antonia Charles got to learn a valuable lesson about life, when she met one of her cricketing heroes recently.

Charles, a 10-year-old student of the San Fernando Girls Anglican School, learnt that there will be setbacks in life, but they only serve to make you stronger.


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