Bolt sprinting to secure legacy

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC-Jamaica’s six-time Olympic gold medallist, Usain Bolt, says his main focus for the remainder of his sprinting career is to secure a legacy as the greatest athlete of all times. 0

Fairytale run continues!

—-Mumbai through to IPL Final at expense of Dhoni’s Super Kings

Man of the Match: Kieron Pollard, whose 41 came from a mere 17 balls celebrates. (Photo courtesy of IPL website)

The Mumbai Indians’(MI) fairytale journey continued as they booked their berth in the Pepsi IPL 2015 Finals after defeating the Chennai Super Kings by 25 runs at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai yesterday. 0

President’s XI match important to my career

—- Chandrika, looking to cash in

WICB President’s XI selectee, Rajindra Chandrika is looking to cash in on the opportunity to play against Australia in the upcoming tour match.

National opener Rajindra Chandrika believes a good showing in the upcoming three-day tour match between the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) President’s XI and the touring Australia cricketers will be an important boost for his career and one which can take him closer to playing cricket at the highest level. 0

New-look Windies seeking to continue improvement against Australia

Steven Smith

After a somewhat successful (a drawn series can be considered a successful one for the West Indies) home series against England, a confident looking West Indies will now seek to take their form into more shark infested waters when they face the world ranked number two Australia in a pair of Test matches bowling off on June 3rd. 0

Taylor, Dottin hand Windies women series lead

Deandra Dottin

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka, CMC – Seasoned campaigners Stafanie Taylor and Deandra Dottin both lashed unbeaten half-centuries as West Indies Women rebounded to beat Sri Lanka Women by 18 runs under Duckworth/Lewis, in the third One-Day International of the four-match series here yesterday. 0