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 John's, Antigua - The fourth round of the Regional 4-Day tournament gets going today with three matches across the Caribbean community.
Table leaders, Jamaica, will be hosting the Windwards in one of two day time matches in this round, starting 10am Jamaica Time (11am Eastern Caribbean Time). The Jamaicans will be looking to continue their...
Kingston, Jamaica, CMC – West Indies off-spinner Shane Shillingford made an immediate impact on his return to first class cricket, rattling Jamaica on the opening day of their fourth round, Regional Four-Day match against the Windward Islands here Friday.
His haul of four for 61 sent the hosts crashing for a season low 194 at Sabina Park, with...
St John's, Antigua - Day 2 of the fourth round of Regional 4-Day matches begins at three different times across the Caribbean, starting in Bridgetown, then heading up to Kingston and then back to Cave Hill.
At the Kensington Oval, Barbados will resume on a solid start of 243/5 against Trinidad & Tobago with wicket-keeper Shane Dowrich unbeaten...
MIRPUR, Bangladesh – West Indies captain Darren Sammy laughed off Indian batsman Suresh Raina's claim that the big-hitting Caribbean cricketers cannot rotate the strike and dared the Indians to stop his batsmen from hitting sixes in the opening World T20 match on Sunday.
Having played against and with West Indies players in the IPL competition,...
Kingston, Jamaica, CMC – Romel Currency and Tyrone Theophile stroked half-centuries to give Windward Islands the upper hand over Jamaica, in their fourth round, Regional Four-Day clash here Saturday.
Resuming the second day at Sabina Park on 56 for four, the Windwards pushed on to 216 for nine declared, with captain Liam Sebastien unable to bat....
St John's, Antigua - Day 3 of Round 4 of the Regional 4-Day tournament promises to be an entertaining one with six teams battling it out across three venues in the Caribbean.
The day will start at 10am Eastern Caribbean Time at Kensington Oval where Trinidad and Tobago have it all to do if they are to save their match against Barbados. On Day 2,...
Jamaica Gleaner article.
Kingston, Jamaica - Windward Islands captain, Liam Sebastien, is still recovering from a head injury he sustained on Friday's first day of the WICB Four-Day Championship against Jamaica at Sabina Park.
The former West Indies Under-19 all-rounder picked up the injury after...
Kaieteur News article.
Georgetown, Guyana - Statistician Charwayne Walker this week looks at players who would have hit triple centuries for the West Indies over the years.
Walker recounts a period going back to the 1920’s to 1996 when Guyanese Shivnarine Chanderpaul added his name to the...
Trinidad Express article.
Port of Spain, Trinidad - Contracted players in every territory. An extended first-class season starting in November.
These are some of the recommendations from the director of cricket Richard Pybus which were approved by the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) as part of the...
WICB Media Release.
DHAKA, Bangladesh – West Indies lost their opening match of the ICC World T20 by seven wickets to India at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium on Sunday night.
The defending champions got off to a slow start with the bat and eventually mustered 129-7 off their 20 overs. The topsore...