Guyana Chronicle article.
Georgetown, Guyana - Former Guyana and West Indies skipper Clive Hubert Lloyd believes that reigning International Cricket Council (ICC) T20 champions West Indies have what it takes to repeat as champions in the present tournament that got under way last Sunday.
DHAKA, Bangladesh – Experienced off-spinner Anisa Mohammed believes this is the year West Indies Women will bring a global title back to the Caribbean.
Two years ago in Sri Lanka, they watched as the men celebrated their triumph in the World Twenty20 Championship, while they were forced to...
Barbados Cricket Association article.
Bridgetown, Barbados - Following a two-week break, the sixth annual Christ Church Foundation School Joel Garner Twenty20 tapeball tournament resumes on Friday, March 21 with the semi-finals at the Foundation ground, Church Hill.
Combermere Old Scholars, seeking...
JCA Press Release.
Kingston, Jamaica- Jamaica’s regional four day captain Tamar Lambert is anticipating a humdinger of a match when his championship leading side take on the third placed Windwards in fourth round action at Sabina Park starting on Friday.
The veteran skipper believes that the team...
DHAKA, Bangladesh – Smart use of the conditions here will be key to West Indies’ success in the World Twenty20 Championship, fast bowler Ravi Rampaul believes.
“They key is knowing the conditions, knowing the kind of wickets you’re going to bowl on and the right variations you’re going to...