West Indies

A spectacular all-round show in batting, bowling, catching and fielding from Rovman Powell helped Jamaica Tallawahs complete the highest successful T20 chase in Guyana as the visitors romped their way past Guyana Amazon Warriors by eight wickets with 11 balls to spare. Powell took three catches, including a stunning one-handed leaping effort on the boundary,
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Jomel Warrican, the left-arm spinner, returned to the West Indies Test squad for their two-match series against India in October. Warrican played the last of his four Tests in January 2016, but was handed a red-ball contract by Cricket West Indies in January this year, indicating that he remained very much part of their plans.
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West Indies fast bowler Ronsford Beaton can resume bowling in international cricket after the ICC approved his remodelled action. Beaton was suspended from bowling earlier this year after he failed an independent assessment of his bowling action, which had been reported as suspect during an ODI against New Zealand in December 2017. On August 13,
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3:02 AM ET Peter Della PennaCricket Close Peter Della Penna is an American cricket journalist who also writes for ESPNcricinfo.com and DreamCricket.com. Since 2010, he has penned the USA entry in the Cricket Round the World section of the Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack.Follow Peter on Twitter @PeterDellaPenna West Indies are planning to host India in Florida next July,
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Guyana Amazon Warriors 148 for 4 (Hetmyer 79*, Green 25*, Lamichhane 2-12) beat St Kitts & Nevis Patriots 146 for 5 (Gayle 86, Paul 2-16) by six wickets Shimron Hetmyer (left) turned the match Guyana’s way when he punished Alzarri Joseph for 20 runs off three legal balls to start the fifth over of the
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West Indies captain Carlos Brathwaite decided to field first against Bangladesh in the second T20I of the three-match series in Lauderhill. West Indies, the hosts, didn’t make any changes to the XI that won the rain-affected first T20I by seven wickets. Bangladesh strengthened their pace attack by bringing in left-arm quick Abu Hider in place
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It was the fast bowlers’ opening bursts – in both innings – that paved way to West Indies beating Bangladesh inside three days, according to captain Jason Holder. In the first innings, Kemar Roach reduced Bangladesh to 18 for 5 on the way to 43 all out, and in the second, Shannon Gabriel had them
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