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Was it logical to sack Simmons?

By Zaheer E. Clarke
Published September 19, 2016

West Indies head coach Phil Simmons was sacked by the WICB last week. Was the decision to sever ties out of… 1,470 more words


Lack of ability or match awareness from West Indies Top Order?

An old saying goes that ‘You can’t win a Test match on the first morning, but you can surely lose one’. West Indies batting on the first morning was a clear representation of this. 420 more words

West Indies Cricket

Personnel issues for W.Indies & dominant India

Ashwin at 6 simply unsustainable

The formula is simple. Score in excess of 500 in the first innings, which can be achieved at a quicker rate in this T20 era, bowl the opposition out for a sub-par total on a wearing pitch, and either stick ‘em in for an encore or build your lead up to the height of a mountain that would exhaust any climber who tried to reach the summit. 669 more words

Start of the new season for Indian Cricket

After the buzz of the IPL and summer break we have started yet another LONG season for Indian Cricket. They play close to 15 Test matches to the end of this year and the one that I’m interested in is the 5 test series with England at the end of this year. 774 more words


Tony Cozier: Painting Cricket Pictures with Words – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Tony Cozier: Painting Cricket Pictures with Words – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Tony Cozier: He was the chap next door, the neighbor you could trust. 217 more words

Gayle says he is victim of 'double standards' in sexism row

Source: Jamaica Observer

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) – West Indies star Chris Gayle said Friday he was the victim of “double standards” after sparking a sexism row with comments he made to a female television reporter in Australia. 545 more words

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