Connect to share and comment

Cricket: Southee strike rocks West Indies

New Zealand quick Tim Southee ripped into the West Indies batting on Thursday to have the tourists in deep trouble at 159-5 at lunch on the third day of the first Test. Facing New Zealand's daunting 609-9 declared, the West Indies crumbled early before veteran Shivnarine Chanderpaul set about saving the innings. The 39-year-old, in his 151st Test, was unbeaten on 62 with Denesh Ramdin on 11, having put on 53 for the sixth wicket after coming together with the West Indies at 106-5.

New Zealand XI v West Indies scorecard

Scoreboard at stumps on the third and final day of a tour match between a New Zealand XI and the West Indies in Lincoln on Friday: New Zealand XI 1st innings 227 for 8 declared West Indies 1st innings 230 for six declared New Zealand XI 2nd innings (103 for 0 overnight) P. Fulton retired 53 H. Rutherford retired 72 B. McCullum c O'Donnell b Tugaga 10 T. Latham not out 9 D. de Boorder not out 6 Extras (b 4, lb 4, wd 5, nb 5) 18

Chanderpaul fails on Derby debut but Nash among runs for Kent

Veteran West Indies batsman Shiv Chanderpaul failed on debut for Derbyshire as the English County season got off to a quiet start on Wednesday.The 38-year-old left-hander, the side’s senior player, managed just 15 and it was left to tail-ender Tony Palladino to slam 68 from 110 balls to get the visitors up to 226 all out against title-holders Warwickshire at Edgbaston.At the close, Warwicks were 14 without loss.Coming to the wicket at 18 for two, Chanderpaul batted nearly 2-1/2 hours and faced 78 balls, putting on 38 for the third wicket with West Durston (32) and a fu

Patient Deonarine guides Guyana to victory over CCC

A patient half century from West Indies batsman Narsingh Deonarine guided Guyana to a three wicket win over Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC) in their sixth round, day/night match in the Regional Super50 at the Guyana National Stadium here Thursday.Deonarine struck three fours in a knock of 51 as Guyana, who lost three early wickets, coasted to 178 for seven after CCC was bowled out for 175 in 48.3 overs.The highlight of CCC batting was a 96 ball 58 from Anthony Alleyne which was decorated with three boundaries.Guyana stumbled on the chase and lost three wickets bef

CRICKET-REGIONAL-LEAD Disappointment for Fudadin as Guyana rally

West Indies batsman Assad Fudadin missed out on his third first class century as Guyana rallied against Combined Campuses and Colleges in their sixth round match here Saturday.The left-hander fashioned a composed 87 to help steer the hosts to 225 for seven at the close of the opening day of the first Regional Four-Day Championship contest staged at the National Stadium at Providence this season.Sent in, Guyana had lost their way at 43 for three before Fudadin stablised the innings with a couple of small partnerships and then a 91-run sixth wicket stand with debutant wicketkee

Cricket: Ton-up Gayle, Chanderpaul put Windies on top

Contrasting centuries by Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Chris Gayle tightened West Indies' grip over Zimbabwe on the second day of the second and final Test at Windsor Park on Thursday. At stumps, the home side were 381 for eight in reply to the visitors' first innings total of 175, a huge lead of 206. They will be pushing to complete another comprehensive victory with two days to spare -- as achieved the previous week in Barbados -- to sweep the brief series 2-0 and extend their Test match winning streak to six.

Cricket-Sarwan ton secures ODI series win for West Indies

Feb 24 (Reuters) - Ramnaresh Sarwan's unbeaten 120 fired West Indies to a seven-wicket victory in their second one-day international against Zimbabwe on Sunday, ensuring the Caribbeans sealed the three-match series 2-0. Sarwan's 143-ball knock, his highest score in one-day internationals, drove the hosts past Zimbabwe's 273 with an over to spare in St. George's, Grenada.

Cricket: Great survivor Sarwan leads West Indies to victory

Ramnaresh Sarwan capitalised on an outrageous bit of good fortune to hit his first one-day century for three years and guide the West Indies to a series-clinching seven-wicket win over Zimbabwe on Sunday. Responding to Zimbabwe's challenging total of 273 for eight, the 32-year-old Guyanese right-hander put aside the torment of a short tour of Australia earlier in the month and finally stamped his return to the international scene with an unbeaten 120 -- his fifth and highest ODI score.

Cricket: West Indies beat Zimbabwe by seven wickets

West Indies beat Zimbabwe by seven wickets in the second one-day international at the National Cricket Stadium on Sunday to take a 2-0 lead in the three-game series. Ramnaresh Sarwan hit an undefeated 120, his highest ever one-day international score, as West Indies reached 274-3 with an over to spare. Kieron Pollard was also unbeaten on 41 off just 20 balls while opener Kieran Powell had hit 57.

Cricket: West Indies win toss and bat against Australia

West Indies captain Darren Sammy won the toss and chose to bat in the fourth one-day international against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday. Australia brought in Adam Voges in place of injured George Bailey (hamstring) and paceman Ben Cutting replaced Mitchell Starc. The West Indies made three changes with Johnson Charles replacing the injured Chris Gayle (thigh) and Narsingh Deonarine taking over from the out-of-form Ramnaresh Sarwan. Tino Best was called in to replace Kemar Roach in the third change.
Syndicate content