The Limacol Caribbean Premier League today confirmed the captains of the LCPL franchise teams and there were no surprises with the big stars of West Indian
Leading candidate Stuart Law has thrown his cap – a maroon one you might say – into the ring to become the new Queensland coach in the wake of Darren Lehmann’s
Under-23 Dominican Kavem Hodge is preparing for his Limacol Caribbean Premier League debut. The 20-year-old from Dominica is ‘getting goose bumps’
In the first of his Bajun Blogs from the beautiful island of Barbados, Jason Greene takes us down memory lane as he begins to look at cricket on one of the most
Poor eyesight is not something often levelled at a player who has scored 10,830 Test runs, but Shiv Chanderpaul could have done with reading the small print in the
The Caribbean Premier League announced team names and logos for the six franchises who begin the inaugural competition on July 30.
The CPLt20 starts on July 30 when Barbados host St Lucia with the semi-finals and final played at Port of Spain in Trinidad between 22 and 24 August.
On a day Yorkshire County Cricket Club were inviting youngsters along to Headingley for their Childrens’ Day one could be forgiven for thinking
Caribbean islands were born to host twenty20 cricket. The flamboyance, colour and noise fits the place perfectly and as the West Indies, current World Twenty20
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