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Chairman of the West Indies selection panel, former Guyana and West Indies all-rounder Roger Harper, said that he has seen improvements in the T20 and One-day teams even as the regional side prepares to defend its T20 ICC World Cup title.
Chairman of the West Indies selection panel, former Guyana and West Indies all-rounder Roger Harper, said that he has seen improvements in the T20 and One-day teams even as the regional side prepares to defend its T20 ICC World Cup title.

Harper sees improvement in white-ball format

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad,  CMC – Convenor of selectors, Roger Harper, has hailed the improved batting of the white-ball unit as one of the positives for West Indies in recent months.

Michael Holding.
Michael Holding.

Renewed player commitment a good sign, says Holding

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Apr 8, CMC – Legendary fast bowler Michael Holding has given a thumbs up to some of the initial moves made by the new Ricky Skerritt-led Cricket West Indies administration, and believes one of the major achievements so far is the renewed commitment by players to represent the embattled regional side.

Steven Jacobs

Why aren’t Guyana producing more successful international cricketers? 

Much has been raved about Guyana’s recent success during the Cricket West Indies (CWI) Professional Cricket League Regional Four-Day Tournament after the South Americans won the title for five consecutive years up until they were dethroned by Barbados in this year’s  season shortened by two rounds because of the coronavirus pandemic.  Leon Johnson and his troops are deserving of all the praise, so too are coaches Eusan Crandon and Rayon Griffith who are among the architects of Guyana’s winning combinations.   But something is amiss.

Jamaica international Kemar Lawrence

Lawrence keeps training to be ready for club debut

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – While football is on hold throughout the world because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jamaica international Kemar Lawrence will be working to ensure he maintains his top form for when he makes his debut with topflight Belgian club RSC Anderlecht.

Real Madrid players agree to 10-20 percent wage cut

MADRID, (Reuters) – Real Madrid’s playing and coaching staff have voluntarily agreed to take a wage cut of between 10 and 20 percent this year to help the club deal with the stoppage caused by the coronavirus outbreak, the La Liga side said in a statement yesterday.

Despite the coronavirus pandemic Dillon Mahadeo is keeping up his training for the CrossFit Games later this year whilst observing all the health guidelines pertaining to the virus.

`CrossFit here I come’

Guyana’s fittest man, Dillon Mahadeo, still has his hard hat on in preparation for the Reebok CrossFit Games even as there is some speculation that the event may not take place because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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