2nd Test, Day 4: Magnificent Joe Root hits unbeaten 182 as England take control
2nd Test, Day 4: Magnificent Joe Root hits unbeaten 182 as England take control

Joe Root struck an unbeaten 182 as England were bowled out 464 against West Indies in the second test in Grenada before strengthening their position with a wicket before lunch on the fourth day.

2nd Test, Day 3: Alastair Cook, Jonathan Trott put England on top against Windies
2nd Test, Day 3: Alastair Cook, Jonathan Trott put England on top against Windies

England`s first century opening partnership for more than two years helped them to 143 for one in reply to the West Indies first innings total of 299 at lunch on the third day of the second Test on Thursday.

Nelson Mandela inspires West Indies' Jason Holder’s maiden Test century
Nelson Mandela inspires West Indies' Jason Holder’s maiden Test century

 West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder says images of the late South African freedom fighter Nelson Mandela as well as his dead grandfather flashed through his mind after scoring his maiden Test and first class century.

1st Test, Day 3: Jermaine Blackwood leads West Indies' fightback against England
1st Test, Day 3: Jermaine Blackwood leads West Indies' fightback against England

Jermaine Blackwood continued to ride his luck in defying England as the West Indies reached 234 for six in reply to the tourists` first innings total of 399 at lunch on the third day of the first Test on Wednesday

West Indies board hopes to settle India tangle with ties, not cash
West Indies board hopes to settle India tangle with ties, not cash

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) is hoping to negotiate a deal with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to have the controversial $42 million claim repaid in matches and not cash.

West Indies will find Australia impossible to beat, says Brian Lara
West Indies will find Australia impossible to beat, says Brian Lara

West Indies batting legend Brian Lara has said his team would find it virtually "impossible" to win against Australia in their two-match Test series in June.

ICC World Cup: Windies confident of Chris Gayle fitness for New Zealand clash
ICC World Cup: Windies confident of Chris Gayle fitness for New Zealand clash

West Indies believe Chris Gayle will have a major impact on Saturday`s World Cup quarter-final against New Zealand even if he`s only half fit.

ICC World Cup 2015: Bowlers shine as West Indies beat UAE by six wickets
ICC World Cup 2015: Bowlers shine as West Indies beat UAE by six wickets

Skipper Jason Holder led from the front with a four-wicket haul as West Indies defeated UAE by six wickets in their crucial final round-robin Pool B match to keep their hopes alive in the ICC cricket World Cup, here on Sunday.

ICC Cricket World Cup: Windies skipper Jason Holder forced to play waiting game
ICC Cricket World Cup: Windies skipper Jason Holder forced to play waiting game

West Indies captain Jason Holder already had one of the toughest jobs at the World Cup but this week faces the hardest assignment for any sportsman -- waiting to see if other results will send his team into the quarter-finals.

Excluding Kieron Pollard, Dwayne Bravo a self-inflicted blow: Brian Lara
Excluding Kieron Pollard, Dwayne Bravo a self-inflicted blow: Brian Lara

West Indies batting legend Brian Lara has described as “a self-inflicted blow”, the decision by the Clive Lloyd-led selection panel to exclude Kieron Pollard and Dwayne Bravo from the regional side for the ongoing World Cup.

ICC World Cup: Windies must buckle down or face early exit, warns Darren Sammy
ICC World Cup: Windies must buckle down or face early exit, warns Darren Sammy

Former one-day captain Darren Sammy has warned his teammates that their campaign in the ICC World Cup will be short lived unless they begin to execute properly in all three aspects of the game.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Michael Holding slams 'pathetic' West Indies
ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Michael Holding slams 'pathetic' West Indies

West Indies great Michael Holding has slammed the side's four-wicket loss to Ireland in their World Cup opener as a "little bit pathetic".

West Indies' Keiron Pollard vows to return with vengeance
West Indies' Keiron Pollard vows to return with vengeance

All-rounder Kieron Pollard has vowed to return with a vengeance following his omission from the West Indies team for the cricket World Cup.

Kemar Roach looking to prove his worth following injury break
Kemar Roach looking to prove his worth following injury break

Fast bowler Kemar Roach is looking to the upcoming ICC World Cup to prove he is back to full fitness and form, after recovering from an ankle injury which ruled him out of the Test series against South Africa last December.

Troubled West Indies need to find right chemistry ahead of World Cup
Troubled West Indies need to find right chemistry ahead of World Cup

Winners of the first two World Cups, West Indies head into the 2015 tournament with little or no expectations of success as the chaotic mismanagement of the game in the Caribbean continues to take its toll.

Joel Garner to challenge Cameron for WICB president
Joel Garner to challenge Cameron for WICB president

Cricket legend Joel Garner, a former West Indies fast bowler, is set to challenge embattled incumbent Dave Cameron for president of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) in elections carded for early next month.

Home grown coaches essential to West Indies revival: Alvin Kallicharran
Home grown coaches essential to West Indies revival: Alvin Kallicharran

Batting legend Alvin Kallicharran wants to see more regional coaches involved in West Indies cricket, and believes this will be essential to any revival.

West Indies upbeat over Roach, Bravo return
West Indies upbeat over Roach, Bravo return

West Indies coach Stuart Williams Wednesday welcomed the return of pacer Kemar Roach and middle-order batsman Darren Bravo to the side preparing for the World Cup starting Feb 14.

Biggest disappointment was losing 1983 World Cup: Joel Garner
Biggest disappointment was losing 1983 World Cup: Joel Garner

Former West Indies fast bowler Joel Garner said that the biggest disappointment of his cricketing career was to lose the 1983 World Cup final against India at Lord's.

WICB proposes 'cricketing solutions' in letter to BCCI
WICB proposes 'cricketing solutions' in letter to BCCI

The embattled West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has insisted on a "cricketing solution" to the current impasse with the Board of Control for Cricket in India and has called for a meeting within the next two months as it battles to stave off the $42 million pay-out demanded by the BCCI.