JAGUARS, HURRICANES START WITH WINS

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – Four-time defending champions Guyana Jaguars defied half-centuries from former WINDIES Under-19 star, Alick Athanaze and opener Tarryck Gabriel to open the West Indies Championship season with a comfortable 125-run victory over Windward Islands Volcanoes on Sunday. Veteran left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul was the pick of the Jaguars bowlers, as they overcame…

MAROONERS CROWNED SUPER50 CHAMPIONS

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Combined Campuses & Colleges Marooners are the new champions of the West Indies Super50 Cup. A whirlwind half-century from opener Kyle Corbin to follow a stifling bowling performance propelled the Barbados-based composite side to a six-wicket victory over Guyana Jaguars in the Grand Final on Sunday at Kensington Oval here. View full…

Essequibo crowned Jaguars League 50-Over Champions

Despite losing their final match against a spirited West Berbice side by 115 runs, Essequibo’s near-perfect run this tournament has seen the men from the Cinderella County being crowned champs of the 50-Over League. The new champions celebrate their victory Their final match, in which Essequibo faced West Berbice, took place at Bush Lot. Essequibo…

GUYANA CLAIM FIFTH STRAIGHT TITLE

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent – Guyana followed up tidy bowling, led by Kevelon Anderson, with solid batting to earn a seven-wicket victory over hosts Windward Islands today and capture the WINDIES Under-19 One-day title for the fifth straight year.   The Guyanese finished with 27.8 points, finishing 5.5 points ahead of Trinidad & Tobago, whose chances hit…

WINDIES B squad for Summerfest in Canada

JOHN’S, Antigua – The Selection Panel of Cricket West Indies has announced a 14-member WINDIES “B” squad for the Cricket Canada Summerfest from Wednesday, August 29 to September 7. The team will play a series to include four T20s (including a warm-up) along with two 50-overs matches. A WINDIES B Team was in Canada a few…

T&T lift three-day title after brushing aside Jamaica

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent, CMC – Trinidad and Tobago lifted the three-day title of the Regional Under-19 Championship when they trounced Jamaica by 10 wickets on the final day of the third and last round here Monday. Set a paltry 58 for victory after dismissing Jamaica for 267 in their second innings, T&T were propelled over…

Guyana dominate Jamaica by 41 runs

T&T kept themselves in with a chance of defending their CWI Regional U-17 cricket title, when they defeated the Windward Islands by a whopping 187 runs in their fourth round encounter at the Brian Lara Academy Monday. After they scored 259 for seven batting first off their 50 overs, the T&T bowlers came to the…

Guyana defeats Leewards in rainy Round 2

PORT-OF-SPAIN: Rain gave the entire country a good wash down Thursday but eased up enough in Tarouba to allow Guyana to record a 68-run victory under the Duckworth Lewis method over the Leewards at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Trinidad. The clash underway at 10.32am after early morning rain and after Guyana reached 19…

Brooks, pacers put Windies A in command

BECKENHAM, England, CMC – Captain Shamarh Brooks struck an unbeaten half-century to ram home the advantage his fast bowlers had established, as West Indies A dominated India A on the opening day of the first four-day “Test” here Wednesday. Opting to bat first at Kent County Ground, India A were bundled out cheaply for 133,…

Classy Campbell sets up huge win for Guyana ladies with ton

Shemaine Campbell stroked a match-winning hundred as Guyana romped to a 65-run win over Leewards in round one of the Cricket West Indies (CWI) Women’s Super50 Tournament. After the T20 format ended on Monday, the ladies shifted gear to the 50-Over version, which bowled its first round on Wednesday at Sabina Park, Jamaica. Batting first,…