President expects Women to qualify easy

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – West Indies Cricket Board president, Dave Cameron, has backed the women’s side to easily qualify for next year’s World Cup in England, despite their recent series loss to the hosts in the Caribbean. Cameron told Line and Length Network even though he believed the Stafanie Taylor-led unit would secure automatic qualification,…

Blogs: The NBA Is Back! Ten Opening Night Lessons

The Warriors were destroyed by the Spurs, the Cavs got their rings and dominated the Knicks, Damian Lillard looked like an MVP in Portland, and basketball’s officially back. What did we learn on opening night? Here are 10 takeaways. 1. The Warriors have some questions to answer. Well hey, that was a pretty horrendous start!…

Payless Variety cycle race turns 5 on Saturday

The fifth edition of the Payless Variety Store-sponsored 11-race cycle programme will pedal off on the Inner Circuit of the National Park, Thomas Lands beginning at 9:00h. National Cycling Coach Hassam Mohamed will be coordinating the event which is billed for this Saturday (October 29) and will feature rigid competition in the 35-lap featured Schoolboys,…

UG succeed in final match

University of Guyana (UG) completely outplayed host Muslim Youth Organization (M.Y.O) as action continued in the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA)/ New Building Society (NBS) sponsored 40 Overs second division competition over the weekend. In a game reduced to 31 overs per side due to an unprepared wicket, UG won the toss and decided to take…

Pollard slams WICB for questioning his commitment

Allrounder Kieron Pollard has challenged the West Indies selectors’ rationale for dropping him for the tri-series in Zimbabwe in November. Pollard said he was told that he had not been “committed to batting” during the recent limited-overs games against Pakistan in UAE. Calling the decision “funny”, Pollard said he would not “campaign or do anything…