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The way I look at it, there are no holidays in cricket. I never stop training ... rain or shine, I'm playing cricket.

The normally reserved West Indies legspinner Devendra Bishoo reveals his passion for cricket

May 5, 2011 Tweet | Share

What he's produced tonight scares the hell out of me and hopefully will scare others going forward.

Royal Challengers Bangalore coach Ray Jennings on Chris Gayle's brutal onslaught in his first IPL game

Apr 26, 2011 Tweet | Share

Well done, Tony Greig

Ian Bishop has a word of appreciation for co-commentator Tony Cozier's skills at flogging cricket merchandise during a telecast

Mar 19, 2011 Tweet | Share

I've gotten them all already. I don't see a problem getting them again. All the top guns you can think of, I've got them out.

Chris Gayle doesn't see much problem adding to his ODI wicket tally at the World Cup

Feb 20, 2011 Tweet | Share

The 'Red Force' will be evident in the regional series and we are looking to wipe away everything before us.

Trinidad & Tobago manager Omar Khan dispenses with subtlety as he asserts his team will do well in Caribbean T20 tournament

Jan 6, 2011 Tweet | Share

I didn't follow much of it because it kind of clashed with my party events in Jamaica.

Chris Gayle had better things to do than watch the Ashes

Dec 30, 2010 Tweet | Share

The way the Guyana's Amazon Conquerors played in their 1st CLT20 2010 game, they will not overcome a stream, much less that great river.

Former West Indies fast bowler Colin Croft gives his views on Guyana's nine-wicket loss to Royal Challengers Bangalore

Sep 15, 2010 Tweet | Share

Oh boy, two runs off the over. They're hammering it.

Sarcasm from Jeff Dujon on an excruciatingly slow display of batting from Chanderpaul and Bravo at St Kitts

Jun 21, 2010 Tweet | Share

Benn is my friend man. And only friends live like that... If you're not true to your friend, then you not a friend at all, you know?

Chris Gayle explains his relationship with Sulieman Benn

Jun 10, 2010 Tweet | Share

Pollard, in my opinion, is not a cricketer

Michael Holding says Twenty20 is dumbing down cricket and does not rate players who excel only in this format

May 20, 2010 Tweet | Share

When dad went on tours, he tells me that all players would be in bed by 9 pm sharp, every night, for as long as the tour lasted.

Masaba, daughter of Viv Richards and Bollywood actress Neena Gupta

Mar 24, 2010 Tweet | Share

When you do crap, it's definitely crap and there is no excuse

Chris Gayle sums up West Indies' performance after the defeat to Zimbabwe in the 1st ODI in Guyana

Mar 4, 2010 Tweet | Share

I don't know what would happen [if a West Indies player was hit], maybe we would all just jump on the spectator

Chris Gayle subscribes to the Andrew Symonds school of thought when it comes to handling pitch invaders

Feb 2, 2010 Tweet | Share

They slapped two fellas on the wrist and they killed the other fella

Joel Garner is upset the same punishment was not meted out to all three involved in the WACA mid-pitch fracas

Dec 20, 2009 Tweet | Share

Chris Gayle, it was a pleasure to meet you sir!

South African commentator, Mike Haysman, on how he was mistaken for the West Indies captain at a shop in Hyderabad

Oct 29, 2009 Tweet | Share

Maybe it's the 12th man that's helping us win

Daren Ganga is overwhelmed by the crowd support in India, especially Hyderabad

Oct 23, 2009 Tweet | Share

It was really difficult to find someone who would bowl to me. So I preferred bowling alone at the stumps.

Trinidad allrounder Navin Stewart on how difficult life was for a budding cricketer in football-crazy Tobago

Oct 22, 2009 Tweet | Share

I know where not to bowl to him [ Chris Gayle]. It should be easy. I'm a smart young man, I've done my homework.

Chris Gayle may be one of the world's most feared hitters, but Usain Bolt isn't daunted by the prospect of bowling to him

Oct 19, 2009 Tweet | Share

When I was really small, I loved the Pakistan cricket team... I was a bowler, so I really enjoyed watching [Waqar Younis]. I was a big fan until I got older, when I noticed that I should actually support my home team.

The world's fastest man, Jamaica's Usain Bolt, on his first love in cricket - Pakistan and everything Pakistani

Aug 19, 2009 Tweet | Share

My club, Queen's Park Cricket Club, is more organised than West Indies

Dwayne Bravo doesn't pull his punches when asked for his opinion about the West Indies board

Jul 19, 2009 Tweet | Share

Even Ray Charles would have hit that for four.

Jeff Dujon on commentary describes Enamul Haque jnr's square-driven four off the juiciest of full tosses

Jul 18, 2009 Tweet | Share

They want to say, 'All you need to do is agree a figure and you should forget about everything else.' That is sports management in 1952.

Former West Indies captain Jimmy Adams on the outdated attitude of the WICB

Jul 14, 2009 Tweet | Share

Darren was just going out to bat and the guy kept saying 'Why is this guy trying to be like Lara?' and I was so annoyed.

A taxi driver's comments on how Darren Bravo's batting style is similar to Brian Lara's don't please Darren's mother Earlene Bravo

Jul 2, 2009 Tweet | Share

Every cricketer should want to play Test cricket. Especially when the weather is cool! The more you run in, the more heat you have in your body.

Fidel Edwards offers an often-overlooked point in defence of Test cricket

May 31, 2009 Tweet | Share

Perhaps they have become immune to failure or maybe they have just taken their cue from the players, whose indifference from the start to the finish of this tour was palpable

Michael Atherton reflects on the supporters' meek acceptance of the dismal performances by West Indies in England

May 28, 2009 Tweet | Share

Tell him, don't sleep with Chris on his mind. Tell him, get Chris off his mind."

Chris Gayle falls prey to the modern disease of cricket captains referring to themselves in the third person as he warns Andrew Strauss to mind his own business

May 13, 2009 Tweet | Share

We've had a bit of Onion, and it's burned us in the eye.

Not even Chris Gayle can resist a pun, reflecting on West Indies' ten-wicket defeat in which Graham Onions took seven wickets on debut

May 9, 2009 Tweet | Share

I'm not going to kill him.

Chris Gayle says the words John Dyson's been waiting to hear. West Indies lost the first ODI against England on account of a miscalculation by Dyson

Mar 21, 2009 Tweet | Share

It's always hard in 40 degrees. With the Digicel Girls dancing around 30 yards away, you know where you would rather be.

With the benign pitches in the Caribbean helping the batsmen pile on the runs, offspinner Graeme Swann hasn't quite been enjoying himself

Mar 10, 2009 Tweet | Share

There's nothing wrong with the system. It's the people operating the system.

Mikey Holding takes aim at Daryl Harper who, not for the first time, controversially upheld an lbw decision, this time against Shivnarine Chanderpaul

Feb 28, 2009 Tweet | Share

The more mistakes you make, the more responsibility you are given."

Sir Viv Richards with his views on the executive of the West Indies Cricket Board

Feb 17, 2009 Tweet | Share

West Indies' return to the Antigua Recreation Ground seems like a philanderer coming home after a particularly tacky affair. The fling with the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium wasn't even fun while it lasted.

The Observer's Paul Weaver sums up the general feeling towards Antigua's old and new grounds

Feb 15, 2009 Tweet | Share

This is not shooting me in the foot. This is shooting me straight through the heart.

An upset Sir Viv Richards in the aftermath of the farce at the ground that bears his name

Feb 13, 2009 Tweet | Share

Yes WI can

A placard held up by a West Indian fan at Sabina Park as Jerome Taylor ripped through the England top order

Feb 7, 2009 Tweet | Share

'Go home, white boy, you're no good. You couldn't make it there, so why are you here?' I thought it was pretty good sledging, actually.

Brendan Nash recalls the welcome he got in Jamaica when playing trial matches ahead of his selection for the West Indies team

Feb 2, 2009 Tweet | Share

I'm not crazy but I talk to myself. And sometimes I answer back.

The question is whether it's better if someone answers back or not. Chris Gayle's the only man who knows

Feb 1, 2009 Tweet | Share

Tall peaks are not always better than long plateaus as true greatness must include protracted excellence.

The ICC explains why their idea of including Matthew Hayden in their list of all-time greats, while excluding the likes of Sachin Tendulkar and Brian Lara, wasn't such a great one after all

Jan 15, 2009 Tweet | Share

You need to keep your eyes on him but at the same time you're not going to treat him like a child. He's a big man, he's got a daughter, he's a father.

Chris Gayle maintains a balance when it comes to handling Xavier Marshall

Jan 3, 2009 Tweet | Share

Had a school team bowled and fielded as abysmally as the West Indies did over their first dozen overs yesterday, everyone would have been given 100 lines and sent into detention, if not flogged.

Tony Cozier offers a brutally honest assessment of West Indies' performance in the second Twenty20 against New Zealand in Hamilton

Dec 29, 2008 Tweet | Share

I love the rum and the reggae music. It's just the dancing I'm not so good at.

West Indies allrounder Brendan Nash feels at home in his new surroundings in Jamaica

Dec 10, 2008 Tweet | Share

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