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. 

Famlouth, Jamaica - Windward Islands pulled off a massive victory by five wickets under the Duckworth/Lewis Method to stun home town favourites Jamaica in their opening Group A match of the WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament on Thursday.

Playing on slow pitch at the Trelawny Multi-Purpose Complex, the Windwards bowlers were excellent and limited the Jamaicans to 223-5 off their 50 overs.

Jamaica’...

Kingston, Jamaica - The WICB workshops for umpires, match referees and video analysts conclude today in Jamaica and several participants have expressed pleasure and satisfaction while commenting that it was a refreshing and much needed engagement.

Barbadian umpire Gregory Brathwaite who makes his debut as a regional umpire today in the WICB Regional 50 Over opening game between Jamaica and...

Kingston, Jamaica - Due to persistent rains in Jamaica over the past two weeks the West Indies Cricket Board, on the advice of the Jamaica Cricket Association, has moved the first two matches of the WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament scheduled for Chedwin Park to Kensington Park in Kingston.

The two matches that will now be played at Kensington Park are:

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Kingston, Jamaica - The West Indies Cricket Board continues to focus on equipping officials involved in the game with the necessary skills to enhance their performances and the overall standard of West Indies cricket.

Today three workshops commenced in Jamaica for umpires, match referees and video analysts from across the region.

ICC Umpires and Referees Manager Vince Van Der Bijl along with...

Kingston, Jamaica – The eight teams participating in the WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament are putting in their final preparations before the start of the event. The first matches will be played on Thursday in Group A with home side Jamaica facing the Windward Islands at the Trelawny Multi Purpose Stadium and title-holders Trinidad and Tobago meeting Combined Campuses & Colleges at Kensington Park.

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St John's Antigua - West Indies cricket fans will be able to follow the action from the WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament in Jamaica in more ways than ever before in the history of any WICB regional tournament.

• The Caribbean Media Corporation will produce 30 minute highlights package of all matches and distribute to local affiliate stations across the region and fans will be able to see the action...

Potchefstroom, South Africa – Stafanie Taylor, the West Indies opening batter, said she enjoyed her knock against the Netherlands on Wednesday and will be looking for more big scores in the upcoming matches of the International Cricket Council's Women's Challenge. The 19-year-old right-hander cracked a career-best 147 as the Windies girls won their opening match by 148 runs at the Witrand CC.

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St John's' Antigua - West Indies Cricket Board President, Dr Julian Hunte has congratulated fast bowling legends Courtney Walsh and Joel Garner on their induction into the International Cricket Council’s Hall of Fame on Wednesday. The two giants of the game, who were members of the all-conquering West Indies Team under Clive Lloyd, received their Hall of Fame caps at the ICC Annual Awards ceremony in Bengaluru,...

Bengaluru, India - West Indies fast bowling legends Joel Garner and Courtney Walsh are both thrilled to have been inducted into the International Cricket Council's Hall of Fame. The duo, who were members of the all-conquering West Indies Team under Clive Lloyd, received their Hall of Fame caps at the ICC's annual awards ceremony in Bengaluru, India on Wednesday night....

Kingston, Jamaica - UNESCO Champion for Sports Ambassador, Veronica Campbell-Brown, has reacted with joy to news coming out of the West Indies Cricket Board that they have awarded retainer contracts for six female cricketers in the region.The double Olympic and IAAF world champion said such contracts were necessary for those involved in sports.

"It was with joy today that I read in the Jamaica Observer that...

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