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Irfan gets one year ban

Irfan gets one year ban

Fast bowler Mohammad Irfan has been banned from all forms of cricket for a year after he pleaded guilty to failing to report details of two approaches to corrupt the game. He can return, however, after six months if he assists the Pakistan Cricket Board in their ongoing investigations into the Pakistan Super League corruption […]

Scorpions’ Nikita Miller still hopeful

Scorpions’ Nikita Miller still hopeful

Inspired by a comprehensive victory over Trinidad and Tobago Red Force last weekend, Jamaica Scorpions are now banking on other teams to do them a “favour”, if they are to have any hope of winning the Regional four-day championship. Scorpions led the standings at the mid-season break but slipped off the top on the backs […]

Round two

Round two

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – West Indies will be seeking to rediscover their batting form, as they go in search of an all-important series-levelling victory in the second Twenty20 International of the four-match series at the Queen’s Park Oval Thursday. The Caribbean side, who easily chased down an imposing 193 to reach the Twenty20 World Cup […]

India win acrimonious Test series

India win acrimonious Test series

India wrapped up a thrilling 2-1 series victory over Australia with an eight-wicket win in the fourth Test in Dharamsala Tuesday. Left with a chase of 106 following their dismissal of Australia for 137 on Monday, they came into the fourth day requiring another 87 runs to win and they did it for the loss […]

Come together

Come together

Former West Indies fast bowler Ian Bishop is calling for a better relationship to come to the fore between the West Indies Cricket Board and the players. Bishop, who played 43 Tests in an outstanding but injury-plagued career, said some degree of harmony between players and administrators was a crucial factor in getting West Indies […]

Leaders play to exciting draw

Leaders play to exciting draw

Guyana Jaguars batted stubbornly to earn a draw on the final day their eighth round match in the Digicel Regional Four Day competition at Kensington Oval Monday. Left-handed all-rounder Raymon Reifer played a vital innings of 35, defying the Barbados Pride bowlers for 223 minutes and 175 balls. He struck a single four and one […]

Busy Kensington Oval

Busy Kensington Oval

Kensington Oval was a hive of activity Thursday and Friday as will be the case over the next three days. There was somewhat of a unique spectacle in that with Barbados Pride opposing title holders and front-runners Guyana Jaguars in the key eighth round match in the Digicel Regional four-day Championship, the West Indies and Pakistan squads […]

Super Shai!

Super Shai!

Defending champions Guyana Jaguars were 119 for the lost of four wickets at the end of the second day in their top of the table clash against Barbados Pride in the Digicel Regional Four Day Tournament at Kensington Oval Friday. The not out batsmen were retired Test great Shivnarine Chandepaul on 15 and Barbadian all-rounder […]

Windies looking to home advantage

Windies looking to home advantage

West Indies batting coach Toby Radford said Thursday the regional side would try to make home advantage count in the upcoming Twenty20 series against Pakistan, as they attempted to make amends for their dismal showing last September. Just seven months ago, the reigning Twenty20 World champions found themselves on the end of a humiliating series whitewash in […]

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