GROS ISLET, St. Lucia, CMC- The man who has been spearheading the preparation of pitch and field at the Beausejour cricket ground for the crucial second leg of the Caribbean T20 Tournament says he is expecting better batting performances.
PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa, (Reuters) – South Africa completed a 2-0 series win over New Zealand yesterday after thumping the visitors by an innings and 193 runs on the fourth day of the second test.
Phase One of this year’s version of the Caribbean T20 cricket competition has just concluded and if the truth be told, especially coming after West Indies’ triumph in the recent World T20 and ahead of the much anticipated 2014 Verus International Caribbean T20 tournament, it has been a colossal disappointment and nothing short of a farce.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board has accelerated its hunt for the next head coach even before the January 25 deadline for receiving applications, with the former West Indies captain Carl Hooper in the mix.
(Reuters) – Australia captain Michael Clarke is one of three big names to return to the squad for the third and fourth one-day internationals against Sri Lanka after a disappointing showing by stand-ins on Sunday.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC-Front runners Trinidad and Tobago are trying to guard against complacency as they prepare to continue their campaign for a hat trick of titles in the Caribbean T20 tournament.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – In-form left-hander Darren Bravo says Trinidad and Tobago will not be relaxing for the second phase of the Caribbean Twenty20 starting in St Lucia today, despite topping the standings at the end of the first leg here Saturday night.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Novak Djokovic served up only flashes of his best tennis on yesterday’s opening day of the Australian Open but took a comfortable first step on the path he hopes will lead to an unprecedented hat-trick of titles at Melbourne Park in two weeks’ time.
(WICB) St John’s, Antigua – Starting on Tuesday, January 15, legendary former West Indies, Leeward Islands and Antiguan fast bowler Curtly Ambrose will join the Windies Cricket Radio commentary panel for the St Lucia leg of the Caribbean Twenty20.