Player of the Match
Player of the Match

Match Day

666dJonathan Wilson

Harmison of Sabina and elsewhere

His unpredictability could be frustrating, but perhaps the truth of his career and his personality was that he was somebody at his best out of the limelight

553dRoving Reporter by Freddie Auld

Subdued at Sabina

Freddie Auld on an uncannily quiet first morning at Sabina Park

553dMartin Williamson

Lessons not learned

Almost as worrying for the West Indies Cricket Board as the four-day defeat at Sabina Park was the reaction of certain of the team to the humiliation on Sunday

553dWisden Cricinfo staff

West Indies issue public apology

The West Indies cricket team have taken the unprecedented step of issuing a public apology following their humiliating defeat in the first Test at Sabina Park

553dRoving Reporter by Freddie Auld

A rum day for the locals

Today's big crowd at Sabina Park got a shock, as Freddie Auld reports

662dGarfield Robinson, USA

When Harmy stunned Sabina Park

At his best, few fast bowlers could be as devastating as Steve Harmison. One day in Jamaica he gave a glimpse of just how destructive he could be

553dFreddie Auld

Jones - 'This is what I've been waiting for'

Simon Jones was a happy man after capping his comeback with the most prized wicket in the world, as West Indies closed on 311 for 9 on the opening day of the first Test in Jamaica

553dThe Wisden Verdict by Rob Smyth in Kingston

The odd couple

Mark Butcher and Nasser Hussain hardly look like perfect partners: one is left-handed, laid-back and most likely to be sat in his hotel room strumming his guitar; the other is right-handed, rigid and more likely to be climbing up the walls

553dThe Wisden Verdict by Freddie Auld

Verdict Day 2

England are used to having problems against left-handed blokes called Smith, especially on the opening days of series

553dThe Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Butcher falls in late twist to day

Just when England were beginning to unwind and prepare for tomorrow's resumption, the rains abated and play resumed for a tempestuous 20-minute spell

553dRoving Reporter by Freddie Auld

A morning on the mound

The Mound Stand at Sabina Park is Jamaica's answer to the Sydney Hill or the old Western Terraces at Headingley

553dThe Wisden Verdict by Freddie Auld

Smith pops England's bubble

England are used to having problems against left-handed blokes called Smith, especially on the opening days of series

553dThe Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Smith and Hinds revive West Indies

In recent years, England have earned a reputation for being slow off the mark in crucial Test series, but at Sabina Park today, they fought toe-to-toe with West Indies in an enthralling opening gambit

553dThe Wisden Verdict by Freddie Auld in Kingston

The Best just got better

'The original tearaway': that was how one of the many former England captains now enjoying the high life in the media described Tino la Bertram Best at the start of this Test