Marlon Samuels launches charity to support Jamaica's blind
Marlon Samuels launches charity to support Jamaica's blind

West Indies middle-order batsman Marlon Samuels has launched a foundation aimed at supporting the blind and visually impaired in Jamaica.

West Indies still have enough talent, says Curtly Ambrose
West Indies still have enough talent, says Curtly Ambrose

Regarded as one of the greatest fast bowlers, Curtly Ambrose said that West Indies still have enough talent to dominate cricket world. Having endured a free-fall in the last two decades, the Caribbean cricket team is now compared to minnows of the game.

Curtly Ambrose issues IPL warning
Curtly Ambrose issues IPL warning

West Indies great Curtly Ambrose has told leading Caribbean cricketers taking part in the Indian Premier League they cannot expect to come straight back into the Test side.

Wanted to knock Steve Waugh out: Curtly Ambrose
Wanted to knock Steve Waugh out: Curtly Ambrose

West Indian fast bowling legend Curtly Ambrose has revealed the story about his infamous on-field spat with Steve Waugh in 1995, during which he says he came close to trying to "knock out" the Australian batsman.

Attention! Marlon Samuels gives rival Ben Stokes send-off salute
Attention! Marlon Samuels gives rival Ben Stokes send-off salute

West Indies all-rounder Marlon Samuels conjured up a new twist to his feud with Ben Stokes when he stood to attention and gave a military-style salute to his English rival on Thursday.

Four Knights initiative a masterstroke, says WICB CEO
Four Knights initiative a masterstroke, says WICB CEO

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) chief executive, Michael Muirhead, has described the newly launched Four Knights Academy as a "masterstroke", and says it has the potential to play a critical role in national development here.

Backing Alastair Cook to score freely against West Indies: Stuart Broad
Backing Alastair Cook to score freely against West Indies: Stuart Broad

Ahead of their first Test against the West Indies on Monday, England's pacer Stuart Broad said he is backing skipper Alastair Cook to make as many runs as possible as he is looking refreshed and confident.

Cricket World Cup: Curtly Ambrose confident Chris Gayle will play against New Zealand
Cricket World Cup: Curtly Ambrose confident Chris Gayle will play against New Zealand

West Indies bowling coach Curtly Ambrose says he is confident that flamboyant opener Chris Gayle will turn out for the regional side when it faces New Zealand in the fourth and final quarter-final of the cricket World Cup at the Westpac Stadium here on Saturday.

Batsmen too dominant at World Cup, says Curtly Ambrose
Batsmen too dominant at World Cup, says Curtly Ambrose

Legendary West Indies paceman Curtly Ambrose on Thursday said that one-day cricket's rules favoured batsmen so much that teams might as well use bowling machines to send down deliveries.

India vs West Indies: We should have at least scored 270, says Jason Holder
India vs West Indies: We should have at least scored 270, says Jason Holder

West Indies captain Jason Holder blamed his team's poor batting for the defeat against India as he felt an ideal score on the WACA strip was 270 and not the 182 runs they managed in the ICC Cricket World Cup group league encounter, here on Friday.

Curtly Ambrose backing West Indies in World Cup
Curtly Ambrose backing West Indies in World Cup

Nearly 15 years after hanging up his boots, fast bowling icon Curtly Ambrose is back in West Indies colours and is a man on a mission.

Curtly Ambrose cautions against writing off Windies
Curtly Ambrose cautions against writing off Windies

Caribbean bowling consultant Curtly Ambrose has cautioned against writing off the West Indies, who begin a three-match Test series against South Africa here Wednesday.

'Devastated' Sachin Tendulkar contemplated quitting cricket in 1997
'Devastated' Sachin Tendulkar contemplated quitting cricket in 1997

Sachin Tendulkar felt so "scarred" and "devastated" by the Indian team`s losing streak under his captaincy that he contemplated leaving the game in the late 1990s, the master batsman has written in his autobiography.

India vs West Indies: Visitors refused to play 4th ODI before turning up
India vs West Indies: Visitors refused to play 4th ODI before turning up

The financial dispute between the West Indies players and its association (WIPA) had almost led to cancellation of Friday's fourth ODI against India before last-minute intervention from BCCI joint secretary Anurag Thakur brought the team to the ground.

WI players in upbeat mood post pay dispute controversy ahead of 2nd ODI
WI players in upbeat mood post pay dispute controversy ahead of 2nd ODI

After the unsavoury episode over a pay dispute with their Board before the first one-dayer against India in Kochi, things have changed for the better as far as West Indies team are concerned.

History-maker Shivnarine Chanderpaul cherishes West Windies' 500th Test
History-maker Shivnarine Chanderpaul cherishes West Windies' 500th Test

West Indies’ most capped player, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, is cherishing the 500th Test to be played by the regional side, and says it is a reminder of the rich cricketing heritage of the Caribbean.

Curtly Ambrose inspired me to succeed, says Jerome Taylor

West Indies pacer Jerome Taylor says encouragement from bowling legend Sir Curtly Ambrose has contributed to his recent success with the ball in the current Test series against New Zealand.

Sobers, Ambrose give tips to West Indies cricketers

West Indies cricket team`s head coach Ottis Gibson says the presence of legends Sir Garfield Sobers and Sir Curtly Ambrose will be an asset to the team`s preparation ahead of the upcoming Test series against New Zealand.

Spat between Kieron Pollard and Mitchell Starc was not a pretty site: Courtney Walsh

Pace legend Courtney Walsh today said the despicable on-field spat between West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard and Australian seamer Mitchell Starc during an IPL match was not a pretty sight and called for "controlled aggression" from cricketers.

Roberts, Richardson and Ambrose to be knighted

Three West Indies cricket legends are to be knighted during the first One-Day International (ODI) between England and the West Indies at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium here Friday, media reports said.