Results of the CWI Regional Under 19 One-Day Round 4,

Wed, Aug 23, '17



CC Americas Canada defeated Barbados by 48 runs

Trinidad and Tobago defeated the Windward Islands by 8 wickets

Guyana defeated the Leeward Islands by 8 wickets

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Warriors end CPL home leg in rampant fashion

Wed, Aug 23, '17


Caribbean Premier League

THE Guyana Amazon Warriors ended their home leg of the Hero Caribbean Premier League twenty20 tournament in impressive fashion, whipping the St Lucia Stars by seven wickets last evening at the National Stadium, Providence.

The victory for the Warriors takes them above Barbados Tridents, to fourth in the table and gave them a crucial net run rate boost in the race for a Playoff place.
The Warriors produced a disciplined bowling and fielding effort to restrict a marauding St Lucia Stars to a modest 100-7.
They then overhauled the target in 14.4 overs, with Jason Mohammed hitting an unbeaten 42.


read more at Guyana Chronicle

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Why are West Indies so poor - and can problems be fixed?

Tue, Aug 22, '17



We thought they might struggle. But this badly?

West Indies were beaten by an innings and 209 runs by England at Edgbaston, losing a record 19 wickets in a day.

The entire team, in two attempts, batted for a total of six and a half hours. England opener Alastair Cook managed almost 10 on his own.

To the casual observer, it might have been a surprising margin of defeat.

But, in the words of Test Match Special commentator Fazeer Mohammed: "It was just another day. West Indies are being decimated in a Test in England, like they have been for the past 17 years."

It is natural to compare the current side, who have not won a Test in England since 2000, with great West Indies teams of the past.

The 1980s side that terrified batsmen and bowlers alike was one of a kind. You cannot will a team to be better just because you remember their history fondly.

There are undoubtedly problems in West Indies cricket. But what are they? And how can they be fixed?

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Gayle, Lewis pilot Patriots to knockouts

Tue, Aug 22, '17


Caribbean Premier League

Chris Gayle (71 not out) and Evin Lewis (69) lit up the Warner stadium to help St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots secure a 37-run win over Jamaica Tallawahs in a Caribbean Premier League game played on Tuesday (August 22). With this victory, Patriots qualified for the playoffs.

In pursuit of 209, Tallawahs ended up with 171 for 7 on the board. Glenn Phillips (31), who is known for his T20 exploits back home in Auckland, and Trevor Griffith (42), tried to make a good fist of the chase, but Tallawahs couldn't up the ante at the right time.

For the hosts, after Jonathan Carter broke the opening stand by prising out Griffith, Tabraiz Shamsi and Mohammad Nabi took over from him by picking up wickets at regular intervals.

cricbuzz has the article

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Gayle returns to ODI squad

Mon, Aug 21, '17


Brian Lara

ST JOHN’S, Antigua - The Selection Panel of Cricket West Indies today named a 15-member Windies One-Day-International (ODI) squad for the current Tour of England.

Squad reads
Sunil Ambris
Devendra Bishoo
Miguel Cummins
Chris Gayle
Jason Holder (captain)
Kyle Hope
Shai Hope
Alzarri Joseph
Evin Lewis
Jason Mohammed (Vice Captain)
Ashley Nurse
Rovman Powell
Marlon Samuels
Jerome Taylor
Kesrick Williams

On the announcement of the squad, Courtney Browne, Chairman of Selection Panel of CWI, said:
“With regards to the selection of the ODI squad, the panel welcomes back Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels, who will both add value to our batting and help with the nurturing of the young batsmen in the team. Both Sunil Narine and Darren Bravo have declined to be considered for ODIs in England. Narine has however confirmed his desire to play 50-over cricket again but has asked to play in our Regional Super50 before he is considered and Darren said he was not available for selection. Dwayne Bravo said he is still not 100% fit, but is looking at a possible return to international cricket next year.”

ODI Schedule
September 13 – vs Ireland, Stormont, Belfast
September 19 – 1st Royal London ODI (D/N) Emirates, Old Trafford
September 21 – 2nd Royal London ODI (D/N) Trent Bridge, Nottingham
September 24 – 3rd Royal London ODI County Ground, Bristol
September 27 – 4th Royal London ODI, (D/N) Kia Oval
September 29 – 5th Royal London ODI (D/N) Ageas Bowl

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