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 - Following the widely heralded coverage of the recently concluded WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament in Jamaica the WICB will continue to keep fans up to date with all the latest scores from the Windies A v Pakistan A matches.
The WICB provided live video streaming, radio commentary, live text commentary and updates on Facebook and Twitter for the Regional 50 Over Tournament and now fans can follow...
St John's Antigua - The West Indies Cricket Board announces that seasoned wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin has been included in the West Indies A One Day squad to face Pakistan in three One Dayers in the Digicel Series.
“This is an opportunity for Denesh to regain some confidence and form even as he helps to develop younger players by imparting knowledge gained while playing for the...
Danza Hyatt’s status message on his Blackberry Messenger is “I stop worrying about what I can’t control.”
On Saturday evening with the West Indies A struggling badly at 39 for 5 chasing 118 to win Hyatt was at the wheel. He was in a position to control the situation and how he approached the task was a demonstration that left even the most seasoned cricket watchers noting that it cannot be too long...
St George's, Grenada - Pakistan A have progressed to 140 for 1 by the 31st over in the First Digicel One Day match against West Indies A at the Grenada National Stadium.
Opener Khurram Manzoor is not out on 55 and Umar Amin (1*) is with him after the visitors lost Umair Khan who was bowled by Devendra Bishoo for 59. Khan faced 83 balls and struck five fours.
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St John's, Antigua - Antigua, Barbados and Trinidad are the three territories which have submitted bids to the West Indies Cricket Board for the hosting of Caribbean Twenty20 Tournament in 2011 and 2012.
Monday November 8th was the deadline for the submission of bids.
The WICB Bid Review Committee will now review all bids and make selections for two venues for each year’s tournament....
St George's, Grenada - Pakistan A made a modest 226 for 9 from 50 overs after being asked to bat by the West Indies A captain David Bernard Jr who won the toss in the First Digicel One Day match at the Grenada National Stadium.
After a solid opening stand of 134 the Pakistanis did not capitalize to get a substantial score as the Windies A bowlers held together to contain the visitors in the last ten overs...
St George's, Grenada - With five runs needed from the final ball for West Indies A to win, Ravi Rampaul smashed a four to cause a tied game in the First Digicel One Day match against Pakistan A at the Grenada National Stadium.
Rampaul walked to the crease after Nikita Miller (0) was bowled by the penultimate delivery and the Trinidadian right hander swatted a boundary to take the Windies A to 227 for...
St George's Grenada - West Indies A captain David Bernard Jr once again won the toss and inserted Pakistan A in the second 50 over match of the Digicel Series at the Grenada National Stadium.
After the tied encounter on Tuesday at the same venue Bernard Jr opted not to flip the script, continuing to favour chasing as his team has done in each of the three previous matches on tour thus far.
St George's Grenada - Leg spinner Devendra Bishoo and seamer Ravi Rampaul combined for seven wickets as they led Windies A in holding Pakistan A to a modest 172 all out form 45.1 overs in the Second Digicel One Day match at the Grenada National Stadium.
Bishoo finished with 4 for 35 from nine overs while Rampaul bagged three wickets for 26 runs from 8.1 overs as the Pakistanis were not allowed to cut loose...
St George's Grenada - Pakistan A took command of the Digicel Series with a thumping 71 run win over West Indies A in the Second Digicel One Day match at the Grenada National Stadium.
The visitors shot out Windies A for a paltry 101 in 31.4 overs as they chased a modest 172.
The Caribbean sidemoved from a stable position of 63 for 1 to 77 for 6 and then the last four wickets capitulated for 14...