Mohammed eyes 100th ODI wicket
BASSETERRE, St Kitts (CMC): Talismanic West Indies Women off-spinner Anisa Mohammed will be targeting 100 wickets when the opening one-day international against South Africa bowls off today...
Muirhead hails WICB roll in T20 development
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): Newly appointed West Indies Cricket Board chief Michael Muirhead yesterday hailed the regional governing body's role in the Caribbean Twenty20 as the tournament bowled off here with fanfare.
Ja right to leave Gayle - Daley
Chairman of selectors Courtney Daley is defending the national selection panel decision to leave out Chris Gayle from the national team 14-man squad for the lucrative Caribbean Twenty20...
Rain ends Ja, T&T clash
Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago will have to wait until their second game to record a victory after heavy rains brought a premature end to the opening game of the Caribbean Twenty20 at Queen's Park Oval...
Barnett, Green dominate Training Camp 5K
TANICE Barnett picked up where she left off last year gaining another victory on the road by crossing the finish line in first place, at yesterday's Training Camp 5K Road Race, at Manor Park Plaza, in a time of 18 minutes 31.79 seconds....
Dacres takes double at Wata meet
Calabar High School's outstanding thrower Fedrick Dacres, who won gold in the discus last summer at the World Junior Championships, gave an early glimpse that he might be in that kind of form...
Portmore close in on Harbour View
Defending champions, Portmore United, cut the gap on league leaders Harbour View to four points after taming Humble Lion 3-0 in their 20th-round Red Stripe Premier League meeting yesterday, at the Effortville Community Centre....
Lucky escape for Scott - Tivoli goalkeeper escapes serious injury after New Year's stampede
Tivoli Gardens number one Edsel Scott is left thanking his luck despite suffering an injury to his right ankle, after a near-death experience during a New Year's celebration....