Windies A Team

Dwayne Bravo to captain Windies A


St John’s, Antigua – All rounder Dwayne Bravo has been appointed Captain of a powerful West Indies A Team to face Bangladesh A in the First Digicel Test.

The 12 man squad includes seven players with international experience. The squad also includes five players from the Sagicor High Performance Centre. 

West Indies A squad for First Digicel ‘Test’

Dwayne Bravo – Captain

Nkrumah Bonner

Carlos Brathwaite

Jonathan Carter

Rajendra Chandrika

Kyle Corbin

Shannon Gabriel

Nelon Pascal

Windies A & Bang A to lock horns


St John’s Antigua – The West Indies A Team will kick into action once again as the ‘next-in-line’ players will contest two Digicel ‘Test’ matches against Bangladesh A as part of a seven match tour of the Caribbean by the Asian side.

The two units of reserve players will lock horns in Antigua, St Lucia and St Vincent starting on November 5th and running until Nov 27th.

The First Digicel ‘Test’ is scheduled for the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds while the Second and final Digicel ‘Test’ will be played at the Beausejour Cricket Grounds.

Stoute takes great eight but Windies A lose

Kevin Stoute had a memorable, career-best bowling performance for West Indies A but it was not enough for his team to record a victory over Lancashire in the final match of their five-week tour of England and Ireland.

Scoreboard: West Indies A v Lancashire

Full scoreboard from the limited-overs tour match between Lancashire and West Indies A on Thursday at Old Trafford in Manchester, England on Thursday:
Toss: Lancashire
Result: Lancashire won by 53 runs

Windies A miss out on final as India A and Lions tie

The West Indies A Team narrowly missed out on a place in the final of the tri-nation goodwill series when India A and England Lions played to a thrilling tie in the last preliminary match on Tuesday.

At the start of the day the Windies were ahead of the Indian on points. The Indians needed a tie or a win to qualify. England Lions up 343-8 off their 50 overs and India A replied with 348-8 off their 50 overs. Needing two runs off the final delivery to win, India A scrambled a bye to secure the tie and also book their place in Thursday’s final ahead of West Indies A.


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