2015
08.01

Dwayne Smith’s 30-ball 49 against Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel in the final was not enough to take Barbados Tridents to their second successive Caribbean Premier League title last week, but the allrounder has had his share of victories with the many sides he has played for over the years.

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2015
08.01

International bowlers Jackson Bird and Fidel Edwards sliced through Middlesex as Hampshire cruised to a ten-wicket win in the Royal London Cup.

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2015
07.30

Michael Holding fears for the future of Test cricket, owing to the popularity of the One Day and Twenty20 games.

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2015
07.30

WICB searching for ODI opponents

West Indies will no longer be touring Zimbabwe. While the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) is still looking at other avenues to give the regional side a chance at qualifying for the 2017 Champions Trophy, India is not one of them.

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2015
07.30

The 2015 Caribbean Premier League offered a delightful dream in contrast to the never-ending nightmare that has been the plight of the West Indies cricket fan over the last two decades. Capacity crowds were riveted by close finishes as the game was invigorated by this year’s tournament – as it has been in the first two editions of the competition.

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2015
07.30

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Chris Gayle and Dwayne Bravo topped the aggregates in the just concluded Hero Caribbean Premier League, though their respective franchises experienced contrasting fates.

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2015
07.26

Sunday 26th July – Port of Spain, Trinidad: The Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel thrilled a sold out home crowd with victory in the final of the Hero Caribbean Premier League to claim their first title. A century partnership between Cameron Delport and Kamran Akmal set up a winning total for the Red Steel with both men making fifties. The Tridents chase stuttered after a brisk start as Sulieman Benn and Derone Davis strangled the innings in the middle overs. When the final ball was bowled the Port of Spain crowd went wild cheering their heroes.

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2015
07.26

The 2015 Hero Caribbean Premier League will come to a thrilling climax on Sunday with a mouth-watering final in prospect in Trinidad.

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2015
07.26

GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Following are the squad lists for the Regional Under-15 Tournament, starting today here:

BARBADOS: Nico Reifer (captain), Nyeem Young (vice captain), Josiah Bailey, Najee Bishop, Shakeem Boyce, Zidane Clarke, JonathanDowrich, Shemwyn Harris, Rikeem Headley, Azan Holligan, Ajani Ince, Mekhail Marshall, Indal Persaud, Shemar Persaud

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2015
07.26

Saturday 25th July – Port of Spain, Trinidad: The Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel secured a place in the final of the Hero Caribbean Premier League with a win over the Guyana Amazon Warriors thanks to a brilliant bowling display from Samuel Badree and yet more wickets for Dwayne Bravo. Lendl Simmons top scored for the Amazon Warriors but his half century was a lone effort as no other batsman scored more than 12. Kamran Akmal made his highest score of this year’s event for the victors as the Red Steel secured victory with nine balls to spare.

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