Hope to complete 12,000 runs before retirement: Shivnarine Chanderpaul
Hope to complete 12,000 runs before retirement: Shivnarine Chanderpaul

Veteran West Indian batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul is hopeful of battling the odds as far as his comeback is concerned and is aiming for one last shot to complete 12,000 runs in Test cricket before retirement.

Wavell Hinds says communication, relations with WICB crucial
Wavell Hinds says communication, relations with WICB crucial

West Indies Players Association (WIPA) chief Wavell Hinds believes there needs to be greater communication among they key stakeholders in the West Indies cricket and says a harmonious relationship with the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) is key to the success of the game in the region.

Dwayne Bravo not keen on returning to play Tests after meeting Phil Simmons
Dwayne Bravo not keen on returning to play Tests after meeting Phil Simmons

All-rounder Dwayne Bravo says a meeting with West Indies head coach Phil Simmons has not convinced him that he should return to Test cricket because player conditions have not improved.

Mark Waugh wants Windies cricketers to improve on basics
Mark Waugh wants Windies cricketers to improve on basics

Former Australia batsman Mark Waugh says beleaguered West Indies must learn the art of improving on their fundamentals if they are to climb to the top of the world Test cricket rankings again.

Denesh Ramdin bemoans woeful Windies batting but says positives exist
Denesh Ramdin bemoans woeful Windies batting but says positives exist

Beleaguered skipper Denesh Ramdin has once again lamented the fragile West Indies batting which led to a heavy 277-run defeat in the second Test, and a 0-2 series loss to Australia.

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.

BCCI hopeful to resolve WICB impasse
BCCI hopeful to resolve WICB impasse

BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya on Thursday said that they would meet the West Indies officials soon to resolve the dispute that arose after the Caribbean team's abrupt pullout from a full tour in October last year.

West Indies upbeat over Australia challenge
West Indies upbeat over Australia challenge

West Indies and Australia commence a short Test series at Windsor Park Stadium in Dominica on Wednesday with the visitors favoured to extend their 20-year dominance over the Caribbean squad.

Michael Holding backs Clive Lloyd's decision to drop Shivnarine Chanderpaul
Michael Holding backs Clive Lloyd's decision to drop Shivnarine Chanderpaul

Backing chairman of selectors Clive Lloyd's decision to drop Shivnarine Chanderpaul from the Australian series, former West Indies pacer Michael Holding has said he firmly believes that the veteran batsman has lost his edge and does not deserve a place in the side.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul deserves special send-off, says WICB president Dave Cameron
Shivnarine Chanderpaul deserves special send-off, says WICB president Dave Cameron

West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) president Dave Cameron says he wants to ensure that veteran left-hander Shiv Chanderpaul gets a fitting send-off when his career finally ends.

Phil Simmons optimistic after positive start with Windies
Phil Simmons optimistic after positive start with Windies

West Indies coach Phil Simmons believes their third test win over England can be the foundation for better things for Caribbean cricket, but warns next month’s tests against Australia represent a sterner examination of his team.

Windies show promise in drawn England series
Windies show promise in drawn England series

 After so many false dawns, West Indies cricket fans will be wary of reading too much into Sunday`s third test win over England but in drawing the three test series, the Caribbean side showed some significant signs of improvement.

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.