Here are west indies players who represent US’ inaugural Major League

West Indies will have top representation in the inaugural season of Major League Cricket (MLC) in the United States of America. The T2O tournament, which will include six teams – Los Angeles Knight Riders, MI New York, San Francisco Unicorns, Seattle Orcas, Texas Super Kings and Washington Freedom – will see the tournament bowl off … Read more

TTRF vs GHE, Day 3 Highlight: Kemol Savory push Harpy Eagles closer to victory, Red Force set for interesting final day

Essequibo batsman Kemol Savory struck a maiden First-Class hundred in just his third game, skipper Leon Johnson made his second half-century of the match and the bowlers then chipped away at Trinidad and Tobago Red Force’s top-order to put Guyana Harpy Eagles in a prime position to push for an outright victory on Saturday. Set … Read more

“Discipline is always important” – Interim head coach Andre Coley opens up about his side’s heavy defeats against SA

Interim West Indies head coach Andre Coley has rued two missed opportunities on day three which contributed to his side’s heavy defeat in the second Test at the Wanderers on Saturday. The Jamaican, on his second tour of the men’s senior side, said had they “dropped the hammer” on those occasions, West Indies would not … Read more

“I think the belief in myself is one of the biggest things, especially mental toughness.”- Matthew Nandu

Matthew Nandu stood out with another half-century in Guyana’s Harpy Eagles practice matches but his fellow batsmen again failed to make the most of their start on the first day of the four-day match at the Providence National Stadium. The left-handed batsman, who scored 78 and 24 runs in the previous match, stayed at the … Read more

“I read Warnie easily, Murali was harder to face at the beginning of the innings.”- Brain Lara talks about his battles with Warne and Muralitharan.

West Indian greatest and former skipper Brian Lara is one batsman who has easily tamed two of the best spinners of any era, Shane Warne and Muttiah Muralitharan. Joining the Telegraph, he said that as a result of tennis ball cricket, he became very good at playing spin.   “We played with tennis balls, and … Read more

“We should establish equality between bowlers and batsmen”- Sir Gordon Greenidge

Legendary former West Indies cricketer and ex-Bangladesh national team coach Gordon Greenidge was a special guest at the Dhaka Lit event held at the historic Bangla Academy Stadium in the capital from January 5-8. After being canceled for three consecutive years due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the 10th edition of the DLF, the biggest international … Read more