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With the selectors watching before they gathered to pick their final 15 for next month’s Regional Super50 tournament, very few players took th…

New West Indies women’s cricket coach Courtney Walsh is keen for competitive games before the ICC World Cup qualifiers in Sri Lanka.

Walsh is currently overseeing a training camp at Coolidge, Antigua with a group of 24 women. It is his first opportunity to work with the women since his appointment last October and he says his priority is getting his players tournament-ready.

Courtney Walsh is a man of endurance. He came off a long run to bowl. And he could bowl and bowl all day. He earned every one of his West Indies record 519 Test wickets. Walsh was also a man for difficult times, being captain in one of the more turbulent periods of the last 25 years of decline, so in many ways, he’s suited for the major task he’s taken on to revive the West Indies women’s team programme.

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Clayton Morris has wasted little time getting down to business as the new president of the Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) and has alr…

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On a day when batsmen got no lingering generosity of the season from the bowlers, Mark Deyal and Steven Katwaroo made the most telling contributions.

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Joseph Roberts wants to stay in the saddle as the next president of the Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation (TTCF). And he feels plans are already in place to take the organisation forward.

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There is one Test match to go on the West Indies tour of New Zealand, but after a 2-0 loss in the T20 series and the innings defeat in the fir…

Mervyn Dillon is not shocked that he’s no longer coach of the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force cricket team. But he is disappointed, very disappo…

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