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West Indies announce home schedule

Special: The Problem Of Long Sleeves

In June 2005, Pakistan defeated the West Indies by 136 runs in Jamaica to level the two-test series, the hosts having won the first game by 276 runs in Barbados. Leg spinner Danish Kaneria overcame a fearful pasting in the first innings from Brian ..., 5 days ago
West Indies announce home schedule, 3 weeks ago

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2nd Twenty20: West Indies dash Irish hopes of history with 11-run win

Kingston: Ireland's flirtation with cricketing history came to a disappointing end in Kingston's Sabina Park on Friday when they lost their second Twenty20 international with the West Indies. Victory, following a famous six-wicket win on the same ...
 NDTV1 month ago 2nd T20: West Indies end Irish hopes of history  Times of India1 month ago SPORTS BRIEFS  Taipei Times Online1 month ago Irish series hopes dashed  Perth Now1 month ago
Jamaica Star

4-wicket win for Windies

Kingston: A solid 100-run opening partnership between Dwayne Smith (55) and Kieran Powell (57) steered the West Indies to a comfortable four-wicket victory over Ireland in their one-off one-day International (ODI), here, at Sabina Park.
 The Telegraph1 month ago West Indies win one-off ODI vs Ireland  INooz1 month ago West Indies defeat Ireland by 4 wickets in one-off ODI  NDTV1 month ago Smith, Powell lay platform for four-wicket win  Online News Pakistan1 month ago
Irish Times

Windies draw T20 series with Ireland after hosts' 11-run win in second game

Ireland has lost their second Twenty20 international against the West Indies in Kingston's Sabina Park on Friday, ending their flirtatious run with cricketing history.Victory, following a famous six-wicket win on the same ground earlier in the week, ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Ireland fall short against Windies  RTE Online1 month ago Ireland miss out on chance to claim series in Jamaica  Irish Times1 month ago

West Indies not taking Ireland lightly, says Darren Sammy

KINGSTON: West Indies captain Darren Sammy says his side would not be taking Ireland lightly despite the underdog status of the visitors ahead of their three-match series at Sabina Park. The two teams are slated to face off in two Twenty20 ...
 Times of India1 month ago Windies not taking Ireland lightly, says Sammy  Business Standard1 month ago
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It's a big victory for Ireland: Coach Phil Simmons

Kingston (Jamaica), Feb 21: Ireland's coach, Phil Simmons, has described the upset win over the West Indies as a much-needed confidence booster ahead of next month's World Twenty20 in Bangladesh. Scorecard Ireland steamrolled the World T20 champions by six ...
 One India1 month ago Joyce and Simmons laud shock Irish win  BBC1 month ago Historic win is confidence booster for World T20: Irish coach  IndiaTV News1 month ago Another famous day for Ireland and Phil Simmons  Irish Times1 month ago
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Saqlain could inspire West Indies spinners, says Miller

Kingston (Jamaica), Feb 25 Similar News Articles West Indies spinner Nikita Miller said the return of spin legend and coach Saqlain Mushtaq to the regional setup will help inspire their bowlers in the limited-overs series against England, ...
 ProKerala.com1 month ago Saqlain addition a big boost - Miller  Online News Pakistan1 month ago Windies sink Ireland  MSN UK1 month ago West Indies stutter past Ireland in ODI as England series beckons  Big News Network1 month ago
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Chris Gayle out in ODI series against England

KINGSTON: West Indies star all-rounder Chris Gayle has been ruled out after getting his back injury in the upcoming three One-Day International (ODI) series against England. Gayle suffered his back injury in the first T20 match against Ireland ...
 The News Tribe1 month ago Dwayne Smith to replace injured Gayle for ODIs  Mangalorean1 month ago Dwayne Smith to replace injured Chris Gayle for Ireland, England ODIs  NDTV1 month ago De Villiers, Du Plessis 'sole' candidates to replace Smith as Proteas Test skipper: Report  Topnews.in1 month ago
Jamaica Star

Explosive batting result of clarity in thinking: Sammy

KINGSTON: West Indies Twenty20 captain Darren Sammy says his blistering batting in the recently concluded World Twenty20 in Bangladesh has stemmed from clarity in thinking. Speaking to a TV channel in his first interview after returning from ...
 The Gulf Today5 days ago Windies looking at bigger picture - Sammy  Jamaica Star1 month ago No excuses for Windies - Sammy  Jamaica Star1 month ago We will bounce back against Ireland, says captain Sammy  One India1 month ago
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Chris Gayle makes a comeback after recovering from hamstring injury

Kingston: Flamboyant West Indies opener Chris Gayle made his first competitive appearance since picking up a hamstring injury during a tour of India last November.Gayle took part in the first of two warm-up matches for Jamaica in preparation for next ...
 IndiaTV News2 months ago Chris Gayle returns to competitive cricket  New Kerala2 months ago Gayle returns to competitive cricket  Business Standard2 months ago
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