Ball Games

Ball Games

  • JAGUARS LOOK TO EXTEND LEAD

    JOHN’S, Antigua – Guyana Jaguars, playing under new management, will be looking to extend their lead in the West Indies Championship when they face second-placed Leeward Islands Hurricanes in the feature match of the fifth round, starting tomorrow at the Guyana National Stadium. With the elevation of Esuan Crandon to the WINDIES support staff…

  • Red Force vs Barbados Pride

    AS MOST cricket fans in Trinidad and Tobago will be painfully aware, the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) has not received funding from the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (SPORTT) for a very long period. It was however brought to our attention some time ago that a cheque was being processed…

  • Cooper determined to come back

    Britney Cooper goes through her running drills while practicing yesterday at the National Cricket Centre in Bakmain, Couva. Photo: KEVIN MAHARAJ KEVIN MAHARAJ Dropped West In­dies women’s crick­eter Brit­ney Coop­er says she is pre­pared to make a strong come­back to the re­gion­al team. Coop­er spoke to Guardian Me­dia Sports yes­ter­day af­ter­noon as she trained…

  • West Indies Squad for 1st Test

    West Indies Squad for 1st Test of Wisden Trophy Series Maiden call-ups for Shamarh Brooks and John Campbell Recalls for Darren Bravo and Alzarri Joseph BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Cricket West Indies (CWI) selection panel today announced the West Indies squad to face England in the first Test match of the much-anticipated Wisden Trophy Series. The selectors have named an…

  • North East Stars sue Pro League

    North East Stars, the 2017 T&T Pro League cham­pi­ons are tak­ing le­gal ac­tions against the League. A pre-ac­tion pro­to­col let­ter was sent to the League yes­ter­day, a week af­ter the ‘Stars’ was sus­pend­ed along with three oth­er clubs- Po­lice FC, Point Fortin Civic and Mor­vant Cale­do­nia Unit­ed for their fail­ure to pay an an­nu­al…

  • Bassarath Back In Cricket Election Fray

    AS MOST cricket fans in Trinidad and Tobago will be painfully aware, the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) has not received funding from the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (SPORTT) for a very long period. It was however brought to our attention some time ago that a cheque was being processed…

  • JAGUARS, RED FORCE WIN

    JAGUARS, RED FORCE WIN Hetmyer, Paul outshine Edwards to give leaders fourth straight victory; Khan bowls Red Force to first win JOHN’S, Antigua–Scintillating batting – led by Kirk Edwards and Shimron Hetmyer – and destructive bowling – epitomized by Imran Khan and Keemo Paul – marked play in the West Indies Championship on Sunday,…

  • BRAVO’S RETURN BOOSTS RED FORCE

    BRAVO’S RETURN BOOSTS RED FORCE, AS JAGUARS EYE FOURTH WIN JOHN’S, Antigua – Darren Bravo looks set to return to the West Indies Championship scene for the first time in three years when only two of the matches in the fourth round are contested, starting tomorrow.   The WINDIES left-hander is likely to give…

  • RAMDIN FINED

    RAMDIN FINED FOR BREACHES OF CODE OF CONDUCT   JOHN’S, Antigua–Cricket West Indies confirmed today that Trinidad & Tobago Red Force captain Denesh Ramdin was fined for a breach of the Code of Conduct during the third round of matches which ended on Monday in the West Indies Championship. Ramdin admitted to the offence and accepted…

  • Hamilton to lead CWI

    BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Cricket West Indies (CWI) selection panel today named the CWI President’s XI squad to face England. Jahmar Hamilton, the wicket-keeper/batsman, has been named as captain and the squad includes six players with Test match experience. These are batsmen: Sunil Ambris, Jermaine Blackwood and Vishaul Singh; allrounder Raymon Reifer; and fast bowlers Alzarri…