BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Barbados Pride crushed hapless Leeward Islands Hurricanes by an innings and 190 runs inside three days here yesterday, to make a strong surge in the WICB Professional Cricket League standings.
(Reuters) – David Warner and Glenn Maxwell struck blistering centuries as Australia flexed their batting muscles to expose defending champion India’s bowling limitations in a World Cup warmup match in Adelaide yesterday.
(Jamaica Gleaner) West Indies fast bowling great, Sir Andy Roberts, believes the decision by Joel “Big Bird” Garner to challenge Whycliffe “Dave” Cameron for the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) presidency is the right one.
(Reuters) – David Warner and Glenn Maxwell struck blistering centuries as Australia flexed their batting muscles to expose defending champion India’s bowling limitations in a World Cup warmup match in Adelaide today.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich struck his second first class hundred to put Barbados Pride in command against Leeward Islands Hurricanes, while leaders Guyana Jaguars took a handy lead over Jamaica Franchise on the second day of the fifth round of matches in the WICB Professional Cricket League here yesterday.
By Tony cozier
Stuart Williams, stand-in West Indies head coach over the five months since Ottis Gibson was dismissed last August, hopes that the return of Darren Bravo and Kemar Roach brings “a different feel to the whole team, maybe the spark that we need in the World Cup”.
Team Coco’s rider, Stephano Husbands, started off the month of February strong in the National Park, winning the feature 35-lap event of the National Sports Commission (NSC) sponsored Mashramani 10-race programme.
Western Tigers sealed their berth to the quarterfinal section of the Mayor’s Cup knockout football tourney, overcoming Agricola Red Triangle by a 2-0 margin on Friday at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground in Bourda.
It will be Georgetown versus Berbice when Fruta Conquerors and Pele FC faceoff with New Amsterdam United and Cougars FC respectively in the Mayor’s Cup knockout football tourney today at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground in Bourda.
Santos FC and Georgetown Football Club (GFC) secured penalty shoot-out wins to book their place in the next round when the u-15 section of the Frank Watson Memorial u-15 and tourney commenced yesterday.
Former champs St. George’s Secondary, got their campaign off to the perfect start, crushing St. Mary’s 5-1 when the third annual Milo/Petra Organization Secondary Schools u-20 football tourney continued yesterday at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue.
The turmoil at the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) has taken another turn.
The Jamaica Observer understands that a no-confidence motion is to be made against local cricket boss Wilford ‘Billy’ Heaven at the JCA’s annual general meeting, set for later this month.