WICB Media Release

Gayle remains eligible to play for the West Indies

Following a review of reports from Jackie Hendriks, President of the Jamaica Cricket Association and Chris Gayle, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has decided that Gayle should continue to be eligible for selection for the Cable and Wireless 2003

Hooper has a change of heart

Chairman of Selectors, Sir Vivian Richards has confirmed that former West Indies Captain, Carl Hooper told him today that he had reconsidered his decision to be available to play in the First Cable and Wireless Test against Australia and would

WICB to review Gayle's unavailability

The West Indies Cricket Board has asked Christopher Gayle and the Jamaica Cricket Association to submit reports on the circumstances that led to Gayle's non-selection for the Senior Jamaica team now contesting the final of the Carib Beer

WICB And WIPA dispute still not settled

The dispute between the West Indies Cricket Board and the West Indies Players Association over the increased fees to players in senior domestic competitions remained unresolved after the two sides met here on Thursday

World Cup party creates excitement about the Caribbean

Photo © WICB The Caribbean, its culture, cuisine and cricket, received wide exposure internationally when the Windies World Cup 2007 delegation hosted a major event in Johannesburg, South Africa, on March 9 to invite the world to the next