Jamaica Cricket

JAMAICA CRICKET ASSOCIATION (JCA)

George Headley Stand
Sabina Park
Kingston 4, Jamaica

Tel: (876) 967 0322
Fax: (876) 967 3976
Email: jamcricket@cwjamaica.com
Website: http://www.cricketjamaica.org/ 


The Jamaica Cricket Association controls cricket in Jamaica. 

St John's, Antigua - Predicting ‘clear favourites’ in regional cricket is becoming increasingly perilous said President of the West Indies Cricket Board, Dr. Julian Hunte as he congratulated Barbados and Leeward Islands for their shared triumph in the recently concluded WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament.

“Congratulations to both Barbados and Leeward Islands for producing what turned out to...

St John's, Antigua - Statistics show that, for the most part, the captains led from the front in the WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament.

Leeward Islands captain Wilden Cornwall topped the runs table while his opposing captain in the final - Barbados’ Ryan Hinds - topped the wickets tally.

Cornwall, the burly all rounder, registered 188 runs in five innings with an average of 37.6 while...

Kingston, Jamaica - The Leeward Islands squeezed out a narrow 4 run victory over the Windward Islands to slip into the final of the WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament.

Having made a modest 213 all out in 50 overs, the Leewards restricted Windwards to 209 for 9 from their quota of 50 overs at Sabina Park.

With 14 runs needed from 12 deliveries to win, Man of the Match Anthony Martin bowled sensational...

Kingston, Jamaica - The West Indies Cricket Board announces that Semi Final 2 of the WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament - Barbados v Jamaica - which was scheduled to be played at the Trelawny Multi Purpose Stadium tomorrow, October 22, has been moved to Sabina Park.

The change was made after an assessment of the weather forecast of torrential rain and flood conditions as a result of Tropical Storm Richard...

Kingston, Jamaica - Enjoying live text commentary, radio commentary and the live video streaming of the WICB Regional 50 Over matches but when you’re away from your computer or radio it’s not as easy to get the latest scores and updates?

That will change! Fans can follow the semi final and final of the WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament with score updates on Blackberry Messenger.

Score...

Kingston, Jamaica - West Indies Head Coach Ottis Gibson fielded questions from the media at a media conference in Kingston on Wednesday morning.

Following are his responses on a variety of issues which were asked of him.

On Darren Sammy’s appointment to West Indies Test Captaincy:

From what I have seen of Darren Sammy for the short time that I’ve been here I...

Kingston, Jamaica - New Test captain Darren Sammy said that he wants to lift the energy level and bring more passion to the West Indies team.

“One thing I know for sure is I want to bring lots of energy. I don’t think I could be on a cricket field, despite what’s happening, and not show that fighting spirit and that passion,” Sammy said at his first media conference as West Indies...

Kingston, Jamaica - Jamaica recorded the biggest and most impressive win of the WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament when the hammered the hapless Combined Campuses & Colleges at Kensington Park, on Monday. Needing a big win to rise to second in Group A, the home side made a whopping 285-8 off their overs and then shot out the students for a mere 78 off 30.1 overs.

The morale-boosting victory, along with...

Kingston, Jamaica – Heavy rain in mid-afternoon forced the abandonment of the all-important clash between Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago at Sabina Park on Saturday. The two pre-tournament favourites were locked in a keen Group A battle when the heavens opened leaving the two sides with two points each.

This took Trinidad and Tobago to six points from two matches – following their win over CCC; while Jamaica...

Kingston, Jamaica - Leeward Islands captain Wilden Cornwall played one of the most amazing innings in regional limited-overs history but finished on the losing side against Barbados in their opening Group B WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament match on Friday.

The 37-year-old veteran hit 30 runs in one over from Marlon Graham, the debutant off-spinner, in an amazing 85 off 59 balls. The hurricane knock enabled...

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