WINDWARD ISLANDS CRICKET BOARD
Vale Playing Field
P.O. Box 1719, St. Vincent
(784) 456 2567
Fax: (784) 453 3007
Secretary: Carl Glasgow
CEO: Lennox John
The Windward Islands Cricket Board of Control is responsible for cricket in the Windward Islands.
St George's, Grenada - West Indies A made steady progress to 61 for 1 after 10 overs against Pakistan A in a truncated game at Progress Park.
Overnight rain caused the Third Digicel One Day match to commence shortly after 1pm and it will be of 28 overs per side.
Andre Fletcher, the Grenadian right handed opener has played in robust fashion to reach 27 while imposing left handed Nevisian batsman...
St George's, Grenada - Kieran Powell and Andre Fletcher missed out on half centuries as West Indies A posted a competitive 165 for 6 from 28 overs in the Third and final Digicel One Day game against Pakistan A at Progress Park in Grenada.
Powell, the big Nevisian left hander top scored with 44 while the aggressive Fletcher made 43 in front his home crowd. The pair added 72 for the second wicket after...
St John's, Antigua - The West Indies Cricket Board announces that six players from the Sagicor High Performance Centre have been named in the West Indies A ‘Test’ squad to face Pakistan A in two Digicel ‘Tests’ in St Vincent.
In addition to Jason Holder, Kieran Powell and Rajendra Chandrika - who are all in the West Indies A One Day squad - pacers Shannon Gabriel and Brandon Bess...
St George's, Grenada - Half centuries from Amer Sajjad and captain Faisal Iqbal piloted Pakistan A to a series clinching win over West Indies A at Progress Park as the Digicel One Day Series came to an end.
Set 166 to win Pakistan A overcame an early collapse to reach the target with 4 deliveries to spare as they took the three match series 2-0.
Summarized scores: West Indies...
St John's, Antigua - The West Indies Cricket Board announces that former West Indies cricketer and Windward Islands Captain Rawl Lewis has joined the WICB’s Operations Department.
Lewis has been appointed Project Officer – Cricket Operations.
A Grenadian who played five Tests and 28 One Day Internationals, Lewis last appeared for the West Indies in 2009.
In his new role...
Arnos Vale, St Vincent - West Indies A progressed to 63 without loss by lunch on day one of the First Digicel ‘Test’ against Pakistan A at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex.
Nevisian left hander Kieran Powell is on 33 from 100 balls while Kraigg Brathwaite has 26 from 90 deliveries.
Windies A left out opener Rajendra Chandrika and fast bowler Brandon Bess.
Pakistan A won the...
St John's, Antigua - Reigning Caribbean Twenty20 champions Guyana and star studded Jamaica will clash in a mega feature encounter on the opening day of Caribbean Twenty20 2011 on January 10th at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds in Antigua.
In the schedule announced by the West Indies Cricket Board today live on ABS TV in Antigua, there is also a big grudge match the following day with home...
St John's, Antigua - West Indies Cricket Board President Dr. Julian Hunte has sent condolences to the widow and children of Frank Thomas.
Thomas, a stalwart of Windward Islands and West Indies cricket, died at the age of 86 in St Vincent.
He leaves to mourn his widow Annelle Thomas and their three children – Alana, Bernard and Alison.
“Frankie Thomas was a soft spoken...
Arnos Vale, St Vincet - Opener Khurram Manzoor’s century took Pakistan A to 239 for 7 at the end of the first day’s play of the Second Digicel ‘Test’ against West Indies A at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex.
Manzoor scored 104 off 209 balls and hit 16 fours in his innings which lasted just over five hours. He received support from fellow opener Umair Khan who struck 41 as left...
Arnos Vale, St Vincent - Nevisian opener Kieran Powell cruelly missed out on a century as West Indies A took command of their Digicel ‘Test’ against Pakistan A at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex as they progressed to 244 for 4 off 75 overs by the end of day two.
Responding to Pakistan A’s 261 all out West Indies were led by a fine 98 from Powell who fell two runs short of what would have...