Pakistan cricket coach Mickey Arthur said his team was “off the par” in their loss to the West Indies in the 3rd T20 International at the Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat first. They posted 137/8 from their 20 overs. Kamran Akmal top scored with 48 followed by Babar Azam with 43. Samuel Badree … Continue reading Pakistan “Off the Par”
West Indies Head Coach Stuart Law admits better cricket needs to be played, particularly in the area of batting if the Windies are to start winning. #WIvPAK Stuart Law- West Indies Head Coach Continue reading WI need to do better
BELIEVE, as I do and our ancestors did, that better days are coming….. “Rally round the West Indies” Continue reading The West Indies and West Indies Cricket
2016 started out like any other year, at home with family and then off to work as I was on rotation for that holiday. Then January 4th happened and while I “didn’t blush”, Chris Gayle was racking up headlines across the globe for his comment towards a female Australian Journalist. Then came the treble of victories for West Indies Cricket, the U-19’s Team came from … Continue reading What a YEAR!!
(Image courtesy: Windies Cricket) ZERO, the number of Test matches the West Indies has lost when chasing targets of less than 200. The team is looking to keep that clean sheet in the third and final Test match against Pakistan in the UAE. Just 39 runs separate the West Indies from their third Test victory away from home since 2000 excluding Bangladesh and Zimbabwe and their … Continue reading On the Brink
Rebuilding the West Indies Cricket team to the stature it once had, is a great task and one of the surest ways to seal that revitalization is through the establishment of structures and plans to solidify gains and recruit new team members. In its mandate to rebuild West Indies cricket to its days dominance, the WICB has made it publicly known that solid performances in … Continue reading West Indies A Team Revival