December 2, 2023


Sir Clive holds a special place in cricket history, as the first man to lift the Cricket World Cup, which brought tremendous pride and joy to West Indians all over the world. That victory at Lords was a hugely significant moment in West Indies cricket when we demonstrated we were the best team in the […]

Star West Indies bowler is suspended by International Cricket Council

BY AZAD ALI From Caribbean Life West Indies fast bowler Ronsford Beaton was recently suspended by the International Cricket Council (ICC) from bowling in international cricket. The 25-year-old Guyanese was reported for a suspect bowling action following the second One-Day International against New Zealand in Christchurch last December. He has now failed a recent independent […]

Cricket: West Indies defeats Ireland, leads group

BY NELSON A. KING From Caribbean Life Aiming to attain the top of their group in the 10th match of the World Cup Qualifying Round in Harare, Zimbabwe, the West Indies on Saturday staged a come-back to beat Ireland by 52 runs. They are expected to play the Netherlands on Tuesday, hoping victory will put […]

Cricket: West Indies big name stars missing

BY AZAD ALI From Caribbean Life The West Indies team will be without some big name stars when they play in the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifiers next month. All-rounder Kieron Pollard, Sunil Narine, Darren Bravo and Andre Russell are not among the 14-member squad for the March 4-25 tournament in Zimbabwe. The four senior […]

Caribbean venues confirmed for 2018 Women’s World Twenty20

By: Elena Holmes From Sports Pro Media ICC names Antigua and Barbuda, Guyana and St Lucia as hosts for inaugural standalone competition. Caribbean venues confirmed for 2018 Women’s World Twenty20 The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced that Antigua and Barbuda, Guyana and St Lucia will be the venues for the 2018 Women’s World Twenty20. […]

NAN’s Caribbean Sports Round-Up

From NAN Top Caribbean Cyclist Charged With Manslaughter Jamaican cyclist Marloe Rodman has been charged with manslaughter. News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Dec. 8, 2017: A top Caribbean-born cyclist has been charged with manslaughter for a fatal accident that occurred in St Catherine, Jamaica. Jamaican cyclist Marloe Rodman, the reigning Beacon Cycling on the […]

Cricket: West Indies’ redemption story

By Jarrod Kimber ESPN Stand up and fight back” is the text that the West Indies Twitter feed used during this Test. The quote is the title of a Jimmy Cliff Song. At the start of this tour Stuart Law talked publicly about how he wanted his team to make history. But privately they were […]

Trinidad PM warns West Indies cricket could “destroy” CARICOM

From Caribbean News Service PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Jul 09 2017 – Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has warned that the situation regarding the state of West Indies cricket had the potential to “destroy” the regional integration grouping, CARICOM, because of the differences among the regional leaders on the issue. Rowley said […]

Darren Bravo told to delete ‘big idiot’ tweet on West Indies chief Dave Cameron

From Hindustan Times In order to make a comeback, Darren Bravo will first have to delete his controversial tweet on the chief executive of Cricket West Indies. Cricket West Indies (CWI) chief executive Dave Cameron has asked left-handed batsman Darren Bravo to take down the tweet in which he labelled the administrator a ‘big idiot’, […]

Women on a mission: Taylor & Co want to correct 50-over anomaly

By Karunya Keshav From Wisden India In the last Women’s World Cup, in 2013, Windies Women were finalists. In the last Women’s World Twenty20, in 2016, they were champions. Results such as that should put them as major contenders for the 2017 World Cup. Yet, the ladies from the Caribbean go into the tournament in England […]