Former wicketkeeper, coach, and talent manager, Courtney Browne will be the new Chairman of Selectors for the West Indies Cricket Board. Browne has been on the senior men’s selection panel for almost six years and he has had oversight for selection for the women’s and under 19 programmes for the last two years while being regional talent manager for the same period.
The International Cricket Council today announced that an independent assessment has found the bowling action of Sri Lanka’s Shaminda Eranga to be illegal and, as such, the fast bowler has been suspended from bowling in international cricket with immediate effect.
The St. Lucia Zouks have been dealt a blow ahead of the start of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) campaign as Keron Cottoy has been ruled out due to a knee injury. Left-arm spinner Kristopher Ramsaran, who was due to join the squad after Denesh Ramdin’s West Indies Test commitments resumes in July, will now link up with coach Stuart Williams’ squad with immediate effect.
Mexican authorities have rescued football star Alan Pulido following his kidnapping in his crime-plagued home state of Tamaulipas, with the player declaring early Monday he was "very well" despite the ordeal.
Pulido, a former national team forward who plays for Greek club Olympiakos, had a bandage on his right hand as he appeared alongside Governor Egidio Torre Cantu at a brief news conference, several hours after his abduction following a party.
Six stars from the victorious West Indies Under-19 squad will feature in the 2016 HERO Caribbean Premier League (CPL) after the franchises completed their player rosters for the forthcoming campaign.
L-R Front row - Paradise Player-coach Jonathan Straker, Sandals Barbados General Manager. Fernand Zievinger, Dwayne De Rosario and Tony Rosario with some of the children who took part in the soccer camp
SANDALS Foundation and the DeRo United Foundation have proven to be a winning combination for positive social growth in Barbados.
The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) is preparing for upcoming home series in one-day internationals and tests starting June this year. That schedule will start with the Tri-Nation with South Africa and Australia and the India series in July along with the fourth running of the Caribbean Premier League.
An aspiring British cricketer has died after reportedly being shot by robbers in Trinidad. Adrian St John, 22, who played for the Chris Gayle Academy in London, is understood to have died on Sunday.