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Jamaica: Reggae Girlz, the first female Caribbean team to play in a FIFA World Cup, came away with their pride intact after an opening encounter loss in the 2019 competition in France. Comment
Australia recovered from 79 for five to beat West Indies by 15 runs in a match marked by five questionable umpiring, which were mostly overturned leading the Aussies to score 288 all out in 49 overs at Trent Bridge in the ICC 2019 World Cup last week. Comment
The Hero Caribbean Premier League T20 tournament will bowl off in Trinidad when the defending champion team, Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR) comes up against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots at 6 pm on Sept. 4, 2019. Comment

Barbados’ Jones does it

Barbados: If there was any concern about the level of Barbados’ athletics development, that anxiety should have been put to rest during last week and the weekend when one youngster smashed a national record then broke a new barrier, and another runner came close to eclipsing a milestone. Comment

CWI appoints four new independent members

Cricket West Indies (CWI) has appointed four non-member (Independent) members to the Board of Directors for the two-year term 2019-2021. Comment

World All-Fours tournament

The 2019 World All-Fours tournament will take place on Saturday, June 22 and Sunday, June 23 at Nazareth High School auditorium from 10:45 am with breakfast and opening ceremony between 7 amand 10:45 am. Nazareth High school is located at 457 East, 57 Street, Brooklyn, New York with entrance on East 58 Street. Comment

Windies Women clinch T20 series against Ireland

West Indies Women swept the three-match Twenty20 series against Ireland in Dublin last week. Comment

VICTORY

VICTORY

West Indies Captain, Jason Holder said aggression displayed in the seven-wicket victory over Pakistan in its opening match last Friday in the ICC World Cup in Nottingham, England was a blue print of the type of cricket the regional team hoped to produce going forward in the tournament. Comment

Reggae versus Bossanova at World Cup in France

Jamaica: “If Music be the Food of Love, Play On” – “Twelfth Night” by William Shakespeare Music might be the main ingredient when Jamaica’s Reggae Girlz kicks off their first-round contest against Brazil on June 9 in the 2019 World Cup Soccer competition in France. Comment

Hope moves into top 5 ODI rankings

West Indies batsman Shai Hope continues to make strides up the ICC player rankings, jumping five places to enter the top five of the MRF Tires ICC ODI Rankings for the first time following his spending performance in the recent Tri-Nation Series in Ireland. Comment

BIG WIN

BIG WIN

Barbados: Defending champions Weymouth Wales went into the final scrimmage of a three-match playoff needing a victory by two clear goals, fought valiantly, even forcing the game into extra time, but eventually succumbed and ceded the Football Premier League 2019 title to the Barbados Defence Force (BDF). Comment
Honduras: Officials at Stann Creek Ecumenical College, the only Belize high school to compete to date in the illustrious Penn Relays Carnival at the Franklin Field Stadium at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, have expressed satisfaction with the school’s performance for the second successive year. Comment

T&T umpire to officiate in World Cup tourney

Trinidad and Tobago: Trinidad and Tobago umpire Joel Wilson, 52, was the only West Indian umpire selected for the World Cup tournament to be played from May 30, to July 16 in England and Wales. Comment

Latapy coaching Barbados

Latapy coaching Barbados

Barbados: Former Trinidad and Tobago ace international footballer, Russell Latapy, is now the man in charge of coaching the Barbados senior men’s team. Comment
Sir Clive Lloyd, one of the greatest West Indies captain of all time, expects all-rounders to play a decisive role in the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup starting this week-end. Comment

Sarwan, Wallace on CWI Task Force

Former West Indies cricketers Ramnaresh Sarwan and Philo Wallace have been named on a six-member Task Force to look into the selection systems for Cricket West Indies (CWI). Comment

CWI facing serious financial problems

Cricket West Indies (CWI) is facing serious financial problems which have forced new President Ricky Skerritt to stop all “nonessential activities”. Comment
St Vincent: A Vincentian athlete attending Kingsborough Community College (KCC) in Brooklyn has been named CUNY (City University of New York) Community College Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2019. Comments (1)

CWI, Cricket Canada to strengthen ties

Cricket West Indies (CWI) and Cricket Canada recently met in Antigua to update the existing Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) designed to strengthen partnerships between both cricket organizations. Comment

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