Carlos Brathwaite, Hayley Matthews and Sunil Narine earn ESPNcricinfo honours
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Carlos Brathwaite, Hayley Matthews and Sunil Narine earn ESPNcricinfo honours

Carlos Brathwaite, Hayley Matthews and Sunil Narine earn ESPNcricinfo honours

West Indians have won big in the annual ESPNcricinfo Awards, announced today. Carlos Brathwaite and Hayley Matthews were given the best T20 batting performances of 2016, for their career-defining innings in the men’s and women’s World T20 finals respectively. And

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February 24th, 2017

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Jorsling: Boatswain could be T&T’s next best striker

Jorsling: Boatswain could be T&T’s next best striker

Jamille Boatswain can become T&T’s next best striker according to his new teammate, Defence Force veteran, Devorn Jorsling. The 23-year-old joined Defence Force from Point Fortin Civic in the January transfer window. His time with the Army Men has brought success, ...

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February 22nd, 2017

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Evin Lewis, Jason Mohammed and Shannon Gabriel in WI training squad

Evin Lewis, Jason Mohammed and Shannon Gabriel in WI training squad

Evin Lewis, Jason Mohammed and Shannon Gabriel are in a 15-man WICB training squad for the ODIs against England. The matches take place on Friday, March 3rd and Sunday, March 5th at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua and on Thursday, March 9th at Kensington ...

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February 21st, 2017

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Lara: Barataria Oval in need of upgrades; star studded T20 match to be played at the ground

Lara: Barataria Oval in need of upgrades; star studded T20 match to be played at the ground

A T20 match between a Brian Lara led team and a possibly Dinanath Ramnarine led squad will be held on Saturday at the Barataria Oval on 12th Street. Lara, who took a knock in the ground’s nets today, was joined by members of the Barataria Ball Players club and regional ...

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February 16th, 2017

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Samuels cleared to resume bowling in international cricket

Samuels cleared to resume bowling in international cricket

West Indies cricketer Marlon Samuels has been cleared by the ICC to resume bowling in international cricket. Samuels was suspended in December 2015, after being reported during the Galle Test against Sri Lanka on October 19th 2015. On January 29th this year, Samuels ...

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February 16th, 2017

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Brian Lara to test-out pitch at Brian Lara Stadium soon

Brian Lara to test-out pitch at Brian Lara Stadium soon

Work is being finalized on the Brian Lara Stadium in Tarouba. And according to Sport Minister Darryl Smith, Brian Lara himself has been involved in the process. Mr Smith says it will still be some time before the stadium is officially commissioned, but states that he is in ...

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February 9th, 2017

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Anderson backs Root as England captain

Anderson backs Root as England captain

James Anderson has backed Joe Root to succeed Alastair Cook as Test captain. Cook resigned as captain on Monday and the ECB will announce his replacement before the one-day international tour of the West Indies later this month. Root is a favourite to replace the opener as ...

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February 8th, 2017

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Indian batsman scores 72-ball 300 in local T20

Indian batsman scores 72-ball 300 in local T20

A 21 year old Indian cricketer hit a mind-boggling 72-ball triple century in a local Twenty20 match in Delhi. Mohit Ahlawat smashed 39 sixes, including five off the final over, as he posted 300 with his team Maavi finishing on 416-2. His total looks a giant compared to the ...

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February 8th, 2017

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Gabriel 5-for secures win for Red Force

Gabriel 5-for secures win for Red Force

Shannon Gabriel took a career best 5/33 inside 9 overs to take the T&T Red Force to victory over the Windward Islands Volcanoes last night. Batting first, T&T got to 214 all out – a total Gabriel felt was about 40 runs short. Evin Lewis led the batting with 75 at the

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February 7th, 2017

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Cook steps down after 59 Tests as England captain

Cook steps down after 59 Tests as England captain

Alastair Cook has stepped down as England captain after 59 Tests in charge. During England’s 4-0 loss to India last year, eyes were locked on Cook and his want to continue had been questioned. Cook, who discussed his decision with EBC Chairman, Colin Graves, has now ...

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February 6th, 2017

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