West Indies executed their plans well, says captain Aguilleira

Emotionally overwhelmed after leading West Indies to their maiden World Cup final, skipper Merrissa Aguilleira today said her team is reaping the rewards for executing its plans accurately.

Pollard can give Windies boost again to lift WC trophy: Gayle

West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has asked his teammate Kieron Pollard to once against boost his team fortunes with his bat, as he did during his outplay against Australia in their semi-final.

Chris Gayle reveals secrets behind hitting towering sixes

Chris Gayle marked his 33rd birthday by revealing the secret behind hitting colossal sixes to batsmen during the ongoing Twenty20 World Cup.

T20 WC: Darren Sammy confident Windies strong enough to go all the way

West Indies captain Darren Sammy has exuded confidence ahead of their opening match in the ICC World T20 tournament against Australia on Saturday evening.

Chris Gayle confident ahead of opening tie against Australia

Explosive West Indies batsman Chris Gayle on Thursday sounded confident ahead of game against Australia to be played on Saturday.

Bishoo dropped, in-form batsman Fudadin gets the nod

Guyanese batsman Assad Fudadin has been called up to the West Indies squad for the final Test against Australia in Dominica, starting Monday, while highly rated leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo was dropped.

DRS debacle not rain delays start of Oz-Windies Test

Power failure that knocked off television and camera coverage required for the DRS, lopped off 20 minutes of play between Australia and West Indies on Tuesday.

Roach vows to attack Ponting

Kemar Roach, who rocked Ricky Ponting’s career in 2009 by finding a chink in his armour, has vowed to take on the former Australian skipper during the remainder of the three-Test series.

Watson’s wait for ‘much awaited’ third century continues

Shane Watson fell between the score of 50 and 100 for the 18th time in his Test career, as his ostensible inability to convert a good start into triple figures for Australia continued during the second Test match against the West Indies in Trinidad.

Sammy sees result in Oval pitch but no advantage

West Indies captain Darren Sammy expects the Queen`s Park Oval pitch to produce a result but does not believe it will offer a home advantage.

West Indies bowlers keep pressure on Aussies

West Indies kept the pressure on Australia on day three of the first Test in Bridgetown, Barbados on Monday with the tourists restricted at the close to 248 for five in 95 overs.

Chanderpaul hails West Indies` rookies

Experienced West Indies batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul has praised the maturity of the side`s younger players and said their performance against Australia in the first Test here was testimony of their improvement.

Credibility at stake for Aussies, Windies during Caribbean series

The Test series between West Indies and Australia is seen as a contest between two teams, who are trying to recapture their old glory days, and their credibility is at stake in the Caribbean.

Crowe to complete half-century of Tests as match referee

New Zealand`s Jeff Crowe will become only the fifth member of the ICC`s panel of Match Referees to complete a half-century of Tests when he takes the field for toss in the first Test between the West Indies and Australia in Bridgetown on Saturday.

Ponting’s cricket future hangs in the balance after ODI dumping

Ricky Ponting is all geared up for the Test series against the West Indies, but failure in this series could end one of the most illustrious careers in international cricket, especially after his dumping from the one-day squad.

West Indies beat Australia by 14 runs

West Indies defeated Australia by 14 runs at Kensington Oval to win the second Twenty20 international and draw the two-game series 1-1.

Windies captain Sammy confident of leveling T20 series

West Indies captain Darren Sammy has expressed full confidence about his team’s capability to level the two-match Twenty20 series 1-1 against Australia at the Kensington Oval.

Windies switching gears for Twenty20 series against Australia

For all their heroics in masterminding a tied series with Australia in the just concluded one-day series, West Indies say they will be refocussing for the two-match Twenty20 starting here Tuesday.

Roach fined 50 per cent match fee for physical contact

West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach has been fined 50 per cent of his match fee for making "physical contact" with Australian pacer Brett Lee during his side`s fifth and final ODI in St Lucia. Roach was charged with a Level 2 offence, contrary to clause 2.2.4 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players or Team Officials, which relates to "inappropriate and deliberate physical contact between players in the course of play".

Australia beat West Indies to level series

Australia beat West Indies by 30 runs in the fifth and final one-day international at the Beausejour Stadium in St Lucia on Sunday to level their series at 2-2.