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Vindicated!

Vindicated!

Sammy focussing on getting job done, not critics

WICB says sorry

WICB says sorry

The West Indies Cricket Board has made a public apology to noted lawyer and arbitrator, Seenath Jairam, SC. This follows comments on a sports broadcast on SportsMax by former WICB chief executive officer Dr. Ernest Hillaire that during the arbitration proceedings involving out-of-favour West Indies batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan, Jairam did not allow counsel for the […]

WIPA supports Wilkin's resignation

The West Indies Players Association has thrown its support behind the decision by leading St Kitts attorney Charles Wilkin QC to resign as chairman of the WICB Governance Committee. President Wavell Hinds said while WIPA regretted Wilkin’s decision, it did not come as a surprise following what he suggested was misleading information released by the […]

New path

New path

WIPA, WICB hint at desire to pursue a more desirable relationship

CCC gets monetary boost

CCC gets monetary boost

The board of directors of the West Indies Cricket Board, at its last meeting in Barbados, approved an annual development grant for the Combined Campuses and Colleges programme. The BDS$100 000 grant is similar to what is received by the six territorial boards on an annual basis from the WICB for the purposes of aiding […]

T&T, St. Lucia win T20 tourney bids

ST JOHN’S – The West Indies Cricket Board last night announced that Trinidad and Tobago and St Lucia had won the rights to host the fourth edition of its flagship regional tournament – the Caribbean Twenty20 Championship. Trinidad and Tobago will host the first part of the preliminary round at the Queen’s Park Oval while […]

Club honours late legend

Club honours late legend

Headley’s exploits celebrated by lucas cricket club

WICB retains team of selectors

WICB retains team of selectors

The West Indies Cricket Board has retained their current selection panel of Clyde Butts, Robert Haynes and Courtney Browne for another two years until September 2014. Butts will continue as chairman of the panel, which has presided over an unstable period in the last two years, with player availability becoming an increasingly difficult issue. Impasses developed between […]

Title India's to lose

Title India's to lose

India start the tournament as one of the favourites to go all the way to lifting the coveted winners’ trophy.