West Indies vs Australia, 2nd Test, Day 1: Jerome Taylor closing in on world record
West Indies vs Australia, 2nd Test, Day 1: Jerome Taylor closing in on world record

West Indies fast bowler Jerome Taylor was closing in on a world record at lunch on the first day of the second test against Australia in Kingston, Jamaica on Thursday.

West Indies take early wickets after winning toss against Australia
West Indies take early wickets after winning toss against Australia

West Indies drew early blood when they dismissed both Australian openers on the first day of the second test in Kingston, Jamaica.

West Indies drop Sulieman Benn for second Test against England
West Indies drop Sulieman Benn for second Test against England

The West Indies left out spinner Sulieman Benn from their 14-man squad announced Saturday for the second Test against England in Grenada.

West Indies vs England, first Test: Jason Holder earns draw for hosts despite James Anderson record
West Indies vs England, first Test: Jason Holder earns draw for hosts despite James Anderson record

Jason Holder struck his maiden first-class century to lead West Indies to a draw in the first test in Antigua on Friday after James Anderson had become England`s leading test wicket-taker.

1st Test: Ian Bell, Joe Root lead England out of trouble against Windies
1st Test: Ian Bell, Joe Root lead England out of trouble against Windies

England`s Ian Bell and Joe Root put on an unbeaten 133 run partnership as the tourists recovered from a shaky start to reach 167 for three at tea on the first day of the first test in Antigua.

Cricket World Cup: Jason Holder looks to wipe out WACA misery
Cricket World Cup: Jason Holder looks to wipe out WACA misery

West Indies captain Jason Holder on Friday returns to Perth`s WACA ground, the place where he made his one-day international debut in 2013 and the scene of one of his team`s greatest humiliations.

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.

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.

Darren Bravo, Kemar Roach get Windies` World Cup nod
Darren Bravo, Kemar Roach get Windies` World Cup nod

Highly-rated off spinner Sunil Narine, top order batsman Darren Bravo and fast bowler Kemar Roach were all named in the West Indies World Cup squad on Saturday despite missing out on the current South Africa tour.

Darren Sammy replaces Kemar Roach in West Indies' ODI squad
Darren Sammy replaces Kemar Roach in West Indies' ODI squad

 All-rounder Darren Sammy has replaced Kemar Roach in the West Indies' 15-member One-Day International (ODI) squad to face South Africa next month, in another twist in the ongoing selection saga.

Windies lose Kemar Roach, call up Kenroy Peters for S Africa Tests
Windies lose Kemar Roach, call up Kenroy Peters for S Africa Tests

 West Indies have lost their most accomplished fast bowler after Kemar Roach was ruled out of the final two matches of the test series in South Africa and replaced by uncapped Kenroy Peters, the country`s cricket board announced.

Kenroy Peters called up as Kemar Roach ruled out of South Africa tour
Kenroy Peters called up as Kemar Roach ruled out of South Africa tour

Left-arm West Indies seamer Kenroy Peters has been confirmed as the replacement for the injured Kemar Roach, on the Test tour of South Africa.

Don't write off West Indies just yet, warns Denesh Ramdin
Don't write off West Indies just yet, warns Denesh Ramdin

Captain Denesh Ramdin has warned detractors not to write the West Indies off just yet following their innings defeat in the first Test against South Africa.

South Africa call up new boy Rilee Rossouw
South Africa call up new boy Rilee Rossouw

South Africa on Sunday called-up uncapped left-handed batsman Rilee Rossouw to replace injured Quinton de Kock for the second Test against the West Indies.

South Africa vs West Indies: Injured Quinton de Kock out of series
South Africa vs West Indies: Injured Quinton de Kock out of series

Quinton de Kock, South Africa`s rising wicketkeeping star, faces a battle to be fit for the 2015 World Cup after being ruled out of the remaining Test and limited overs matches against the West Indies.

South Africa vs West Indies: Hashim Amla hits double century before declaration
South Africa vs West Indies: Hashim Amla hits double century before declaration

Hashim Amla hit his third Test double century and Stiaan van Zyl made a hundred on his debut before South Africa declared their first innings at 552 for five on the second day of the first Test against the West Indies at SuperSport Park on Thursday.

Windies sweating on Kemar Roach injury
Windies sweating on Kemar Roach injury

 West Indies have been left sweating on the fitness of frontline fast bowler Kemar Roach after he pulled up with an ankle injury during the first day of the opening Test against South Africa here.

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.

Unmukt Chand's ton take India A against West Indies to competitive 282
Unmukt Chand's ton take India A against West Indies to competitive 282

In-form Unmukt Chand smashed a fine century to guide India A to a competitive 282 against West Indies in their second and final warm up match at the Wankhede Stadium here on Sunday.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul climbs to number three in ICC Test rankings
Shivnarine Chanderpaul climbs to number three in ICC Test rankings

Riding on his two match-winning knocks against Bangladesh in the second Test, West Indies' veteran batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul leapfrogged Angelo Mathews and David Warner to be positioned third in the latest ICC Test rankings released Wednesday.