Ireland captain Trent Johnston admitted his team squandered their early advantage and allowed England to set a challenging total which proved decisive in their World Cup Super Eights defeat.
Australia captain Ricky Ponting fears the already small crowds at the World Cup will be further reduced if hosts West Indies go out in the second round Super Eights.
A team of British detectives is expected to arrive in Jamaica next week to assist in the Bob Woolmer murder investigation, two weeks after the Pakistan cricket coach was found strangled in his hotel room.
There has been a breakthrough in a multi-million dollar fraud scheme involving a Grenadian bank when the last two accused pled guilty in an investigation that spanned eight years, the FBI announced yesterday.
The Trinidad House of Representatives is getting its day in Court Monday. That is when Clerk of Parliament, Jacqui Sampson Jacent, will ask the High Court to make a ruling on whether Basdeo Panday can re-take his Couva North seat.
The Rodney Bay Village Music BASH is set to premiere Monday, April 23 to Wednesday April 25.
Glenn McGrath believes Australia are a class apart as they chase an unprecedented third successive World Cup title.
West Indies captain Brian Lara issued an appeal for unity as tensions within the World Cup hosts’ camp surfaced after their seven-wicket Super Eights defeat by New Zealand.
ANOTHER weak display by the West Indies in a stadium named after one of its proudest and most powerful cricketing citizens has left the home team in danger of becoming an irrelevance in a World Cup tournament that promised much in the early stages.
South African spinner Robin Peterson earned the dubious distinction of becoming the first player to get an official reprimand in the ongoing World Cup on Thursday.
Jacob Oram and Scott Styris starred in New Zealand’s seven-wicket win over the West Indies as the Black Caps began their Super Eight campaign in style at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium here Thursday.
The Pakistan Cricket Board Thursday called on Jamaican authorities to complete the probe into the murder of coach Bob Woolmer as quickly as possible following reports that it may take months to resolve the mystery.
West Indian legend Vivian Richards offered to help India’s cricketers to develop their mental toughness after what he called their “mind-boggling” ouster from the World Cup.
The stunning exits of Pakistan and India from cricket’s World Cup has left one of the game’s biggest sponsors reviewing its future in the sport and sent the advertising world into a tailspin.