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Bravo joins Afghanistan as bowling consultant for T20 World Cup

Bravo joins Afghanistan as bowling consultant for T20 World Cup

The Afghanistan Cricket Board has appointed former West Indies allrounder Dwayne Bravo as their bowling consultant for the 2024 T20 World Cup, to be held in the Caribbean and the USA from June 1-29. Afghanistan have already arrived in St Kitts and Nevis and are expected to begin a ten-day preparatory camp, during which Bravo...

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King to lead West Indies team for South Africa T20 series in Jamaica

King to lead West Indies team for South Africa T20 series in Jamaica

The Cricket West Indies (CWI) Selection Panel has announced the squad for the upcoming T20 International (T20I) Series against South Africa. This significant series, preceding the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, starts on Thursday, 23 May, at the iconic Sabina Park. The squad has been gearing up for this exciting and highly anticipated series with...

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Holder falls in love with sport again during England county stint

Holder falls in love with sport again during England county stint

West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder said his five-match spell with Worcestershire in the English County Championship has sparked his love for the sport again. The 32-year-old Barbadian said he enjoyed his spell with the club and will consider returning to New Road for another stint in the future – but he was excited about returning...

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County cricket in England: Holder slams century, Seales shines with ball again

County cricket in England: Holder slams century, Seales shines with ball again

Former West Indies Test captain Jason Holder returned to form with a sublime fourth first-class 100 for Worcestershire while rookie speedster Jayden Seales snatched his second straight five-wicket haul for Sussex, on day two of the latest round of County Championship matches here Saturday. The 32-year-old Holder, who had scraped 63 runs from his previous...

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West Indies, South Africa to play Test match in Guyana from August 15

West Indies, South Africa to play Test match in Guyana from August 15

Cricket West Indies (CWI) today announced an action-packed schedule for the West Indies Men, featuring three international home tours against South Africa, England, and Bangladesh, from May to December 2024.  The home tours begin with a visit from South Africa, featuring three (3) T20 Internationals (T20Is) at Sabina Park, prior to the start of the...

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Seales shines bright in England as Sussex beat Derbyshire

Seales shines bright in England as Sussex beat Derbyshire

A destructive spell of reverse-swing bowling from West Indies paceman Jayden Seales propelled Sussex to an innings and 124-run win against Derbyshire inside three days in the English County Championship on Sunday. The 22-year-old bagged a career-best five for 29 from only eight overs and was twice on a hat-trick before Derbyshire were bowled out...

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Cricket West Indies VP dismisses GCB legal action as ‘laughable’

Cricket West Indies VP dismisses GCB legal action as ‘laughable’

(Sportsmax) – Cricket West Indies (CWI) Vice President and President of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB), Azim Bassarath, has dismissed the legal action taken by the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) against CWI as laughable, especially given their organization’s recent history with alleged questionable elections at the territorial board level. On April 20, the...

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Caribbean leaders urge renegotiation of the CPL-CWI contract

Caribbean leaders urge renegotiation of the CPL-CWI contract

The lucrative Caribbean Premier League (CPL), which began 11 years ago, has come under the microscope at the Caricom conference on West Indies cricket in Trinidad, with government leaders urging the parties to renegotiate the contract for the Twenty20 tournament. The CPL is the premier T20 tournament that takes place in the West Indies every...

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Four-Day: Guyana Harpy Eagles poised to retain title; other results pending

Four-Day: Guyana Harpy Eagles poised to retain title; other results pending

Reigning champions Guyana Harpy Eagles strengthened their position to retain the West Indies Championship title, as they downed Combined Campuses & Colleges Marooners by eight wickets in their final round encounter at Frank Worrell Field, in Trinidad and Tobago, on Friday. Set 180 for victory, Harpy Eagles, through half-centuries from Raymond Perez (79 not out)...