Barbados in a hurry against Bangladesh 'A'
Barbados in a hurry against Bangladesh 'A'

Sherwin Campbell and Philo Wallace have always approached batting with contrasting yet equally efficient methods

Odoyo ruled out of Caribbean trip
Odoyo ruled out of Caribbean trip

Thomas Odoyo, one of Kenya's successes in international cricket, has been ruled out of their side for the 2004 West Indies Carib Beer Series with a knee injury

Simpson spots trouble in Jamaica
Simpson spots trouble in Jamaica

Bob Simpson, the former Australian Test captain and coach, has criticised the bowling actions of several young Jamaican players, and is urging local coaches to step in and correct the flaws

Other Test venue a must
Other Test venue a must

Cricket officials are developing contingency plans for the island to host a Test match at an alternate venue in the event that the planned expansion of Kensington Oval makes the ground unavailable ahead of the 2007 World Cup

Double Champs
Double Champs

THE CUP; the Challenge; the Bowl

Row over Gayle
Row over Gayle

A week that started in chaos and confusion in West Indies' cricket ended with another contentious, controversial issue last night

Bajans revive against Jamaica at Kensington Oval
Bajans revive against Jamaica at Kensington Oval

Kurt Wilkinson knows the sense of big occasions

Still place for Hooper
Still place for Hooper

The West Indies Cricket Board and its selection panel have started the 2003 Cable & Wireless Series with a master stroke by appointing Brian Lara as team captain and Ramnaresh Sarwan as his deputy

Wallace blasts 137
Wallace blasts 137

The Kensington Stand has not risen to its feet often this season

Carib semi-finals to go ahead after dispute settlement
Carib semi-finals to go ahead after dispute settlement

Take guard again

Hall fears embarrassment to sponsors
Hall fears embarrassment to sponsors

Wes Hall has described the West Indies Players' Association's (WIPA) assertion that regional players would be withdrawing their services from this weekend's Carib Beer International Challenge as an embarrassment to sponsors

More to cricket than money - Lara
More to cricket than money - Lara

Amidst speculation over possible industrial action by regional cricketers this weekend, champion West Indies batsman Brian Lara has told youngsters the game is more than about money

Struggle in West Indian camp
Struggle in West Indian camp

Massive confusion surrounds the start of today's Carib Beer International semifinal between Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at Kensington Oval

India 'A' hold on for a draw against West Indies 'B'
India 'A' hold on for a draw against West Indies 'B'

A match which had the potential to produce a win for either side at the start of the final day, ended in an exciting draw between West Indies "B" and India "A" at Kensington Oval on Monday

India A-West Indies B game on a knife-edge
India A-West Indies B game on a knife-edge

Playing with a gusto suggesting that their lives were on the line, India "A" staged a dramatic post-tea fightback against West Indies "B" at Kensington Oval yesterday to keep alive their hopes of qualifying for the semifinals of

India 'A' hit back on Day 2
India 'A' hit back on Day 2

The India "A" team that turned up at Kensington Oval on Saturday was clearly not the same one that was on display the previous day

Do-or-die encounter for India A
Do-or-die encounter for India A

The most inconsistent team in the Carib Beer Cricket Series has returned to Barbados with a new lease on life

English blind team get stuck in
English blind team get stuck in

YOU HAD to see it to believe it

Talent In WI 'B'
Talent In WI 'B'

WEST INDIES "B" may be languishing rock bottom of the Carib Beer Series standings, but team coach Roddy Estwick is heartened by some of the emerging talent among the region's territorial reserves

A tough decision for Barbados selectors
A tough decision for Barbados selectors

Barbados' cricket selectors faced their sternest test of the season last night