Windwards steamroll woeful T&T

Windward Islands wicketkeeper Anson Latchman (left) running out Trinidad and Tobago’s Samuel Roopnarine during their WICB u-19 three day match-up

The Windward Islands got their West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional U-19 three-day tournament campaign off to a perfect start yesterday, humbling Trinidad and Tobago by an innings and 21 runs at the Enmore ground.

Morris and McCatty bat Jamaica to six-wicket win over Barbados

-skipper Lewis snatches 10 Bajan scalps

Romaine Morris on the go

Commanding half-centuries from Romaine Morris and Odain McCatty propelled defending champions Jamaica to a commanding six-wicket win over Barbados yesterday in the first round of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional U-19 three-day tournament being played here.

Kemo Paul is Leewards bane as Guyana scrapes a draw

WICB U-19 tourney…

Kevin Paul in full defence against Jeremiah Louis.

Kemo Paul and Kemol Savoury’s seventh-wicket stand secured a draw for Guyana against the Leeward Islands as the visitors were yesterday denied a chance at an outright victory on the final day of the opening round of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional Under-19 tournament.

Regional champs clash in semi-finals today

Digicel Secondary Schools football tourney…

It will be Region Seven against Region Four and Region Ten against Region Five as the four teams left in the Digicel Secondary Schools U-18 football tourney clash in the semi-finals today, each vying for a spot in the finals and a chance at glory and the million dollar prize.

Guyana beats Barbados in U-15

KINGSTON, Jamaica, , CMC – Opener Chrystian Thurton struck a stroke-filled hundred – the first of the tournament – to propel defending champions Trinidad and Tobago to their second straight win of the Regional Under-15 Championship here Thursday.

Bolt says his best is yet to come

KINGSTON, (Reuters) – Six-times Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt and his coach Glen Mills believe the Jamaican sprinter can run even faster as he targets the 2015 world championships and the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro.

Best, Shoaib hit with fines over altercation

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Temperamental fast bowler Tino Best and batsman Shoaib Malik have been hit with hefty fines following an on-field altercation during Wednesday’s Caribbean Premier League match between Barbados Tridents and St Lucia Zouks at Kensington Oval.