2014
10.25

Former West Indies skipper Daren Ganga maintains the controversy surrounding the national cricket side is primarily a players issue, and says the team’s decision to pull out of the India tour needs to be fully explained.

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2014
10.24

Dwayne Bravo (Photo via cricketcountry.com)

The West Indies cricket team has retained legal counsel in its bid to overturn the contentious Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA)/Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that was signed on their behalf by West Indies Players Association (WIPA) president Wavel Hinds in September.

The agreement was allegedly struck without the approval or knowledge of the cricketers and West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) president Dave Cameron’s refusal to renegotiate with the players provoked the untimely end of the recent India series as the team refused to play. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has already signalled its intention to sue the WICB for a loss of earnings due to the aborted tour.

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2014
10.24

RJR Sports Online understands that fiery Trinidadian Dinanath Ramnarine could be back as President of the West Indies Players Association, WIPA.

Ramnarine had resigned in 2012.

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2014
10.24

St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board today announced the West Indies A 50 Overs Squad for the series against Sri Lanka A.

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2014
10.23

(WICB Photo)

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) is facing pressure from its sponsors and commercial partners to resolve the ongoing payment dispute with the West Indies players ahead of the tour of South Africa in December.

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2014
10.22

Former West Indies coach Ottis Gibson, who parted company with the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) under controversial circumstances in August, says the board fired him.

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2014
10.22

Speaking on PowerPlay on Power 106 FM in an interview to be aired at 5:45 today, the Jamaican batsman said his focus was on playing cricket and as a result, he did not attend most of the meetings, which were organised by One-Day captain, Dwayne Bravo.

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2014
10.22

The ICC board will meet on November 10 with the implications of West Indies’ abandonment of their tour of India certain to dominate discussions.

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2014
10.22

The International Cricket Council said on Wednesday it was concerned at the stand-off between the Indian and West Indies boards, but would not intervene unless asked by the two parties.

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2014
10.21

WICB President, Dave Cameron (Photo via nevispages.com)

The West Indies Cricket Board regrets, and is deeply embarrassed by the premature and unfortunate end to the recent tour of India. The WICB once again expresses to the BCCI and all stakeholders – especially the cricket loving public of the West Indies and India – sorrow for the events leading up to this development.

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