Cuba will not be playing in the 2008 Stanford 20/20 because of a political embargo by the USA government, the competition's board of directors has announced
Cuba have been invited to visit St Vincent and the Grenadines for a series of matches in May in what St Vincent's prime minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves described as a historic visit.
A letter in Scottish newspaper The Herald following the resignation of Fidel Castro.
The number of people actively participating in cricket outside the Test-playing countries increased 17% in 2007, according to the ICC.
Next week's ICC annual get-together promises to have more than its fair share of politicking, posturing and controversy
The Cuban cricket team will not be participating in the Americas Division Four tournament due to government interference.
The Daily Telegraph has a remarkable report on how cricket is making a big comeback in Cuba after disappearing for almost 30 years
It won't get many column inches in the mainstream cricket press, but the World Cricket League, which started in Nairobi yesterday and continues into next week, features the best of the rest, the six sides just under the ten Test-playing countries
It was over a year ago that we reported a cricket resurgence in Cuba and, according to yesterday’s Guardian , the movement continues unabated following the news that Cuba would join 19 other teams for the month-long Stanford 20/20 tournament to
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