Samuels, Taylor snatch top honours

Marlon Samuels (right) and Stafanie Taylor pose with their trophies after sweeping the top awards at the WICB/WIPA Awards Ceremony on Tuesday night. (Photo courtesy WICB)

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Stylish stroke-maker Marlon Samuels and West Indies women’s captain, Stafanie Taylor, walked away with the top honours at Tuesday night’s fourth West Indies Cricket Board/West Indies Players’ Association Awards Ceremony here.

Sir Viv banking on bounce in stadium pitch

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Legendary West Indies captain Sir Vivian Richards says he is hoping the pitch at the stadium named in his honour provides healthy bounce, in the opening Test against India starting here today.

Nedd not beating up on U17s for second place finish

FLASHBACK! National U17 Coach Garvin Nedd doing catching drills with the team during their first day of training at the Guyana National Stadium prior to the regional U17 tournament.(Clifton Ross photo)

Garvin Nedd, coach of the Guyana Under-17 cricket team said yesterday that he believes the current batch of youngsters have bright futures ahead and expects more progression from them, especially after seeing their performances in the just concluded West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional U17 tournament.

Percival calls out women batters

  Coach of the Guyana Women’s team Andre Percival is calling on his batters to step up ahead of tomorrow’s opening round of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional T20 tournament.

Injured Woods to sit out rest of season

(Reuters) – Tiger Woods has shut it down for the rest of the professional golf season, bringing into question his playing future as the best golfer of his generation will be away from the sport for over a year when, and if, he returns.