Days after he touted his availability for the post, Guyanese-born cricketer, Ramnaresh Ronnie Sarwan, has been promoted from vice-captain to skipper of the beleaguered squad. Sarwan, was confirmed by the West Indies Cricket Board as the new leader of the pack and will replace Trinidad’s Brian Lara, who recently called it quits.
Bahamas politicians spent a hectic weekend rallying for last minute support as voters gear up to go to the poll on Wednesday, May 2.
The bosses of an offshore company registered in Nevis are facing criminal charges in the United States relating to their operation which allowed movement of funds for criminal activities.
Paul Bourne and Mark Hamilton are the joint leaders of the Barbados Rally Club (BRC) Driver’s Championship after two of the eight rounds.
Puerto Rico is the backdrop for next month’s Caribbean Media Exchange on Sustainable Tourism and the organiser for the event has been explaining why Puerto Rico.
The BBC TV premier investigative programme, Panorama, will reveal in a television programme Monday night that as a result of the toxicology tests it now seems certain that former Pakistan cricket coach, Bob Woolmer, was poisoned and then strangled.
They might have walked away with the coveted World Cup trophy, but Australians were Monday shaking their heads at the bizarre ending to the biggest event in cricket’s one-day calendar.
International Cricket Council (ICC) chief executive Malcolm Speed said an enduring legacy of the World Cup would be a series of new and rebuilt grounds across the Caribbean.
Sri Lanka’s president Sunday congratulated the national team’s World Cup effort and pledged to help the side prepare for the future after their finals loss to Australia.
Match referee Jeff Crowe took the blame for the farcical finish to the World Cup final which saw Australia celebrate victory twice and forced Sri Lanka to bat in pitch-black darkness. But he suggested third umpire Rudi Koertzen may have initiated a process which led to chaotic scenes at the climax of cricket’s showpiece game.
Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene believes that Australia have that something extra which separates champions from the others.
Retiring Australia coach John Buchanan said it was his nation’s destiny to be at the cutting edge of cricket after they had won a third straight World Cup title.
Australia beat Sri Lanka by 53 runs on the Duckworth/Lewis method to win the World Cup Final before an audience of thousands of jubilant Australian fans in Barbados. It is the third consecutive win and the fourth since Cricket World Cup started in 1975. In this game as in 2003, they also won each game they played.
Australia has proven for the fourth time since Cricket World Cup started in 1975 that they are the best team in the world, the undisputed champions of cricket. They beat Sri Lanka by 53 runs before an audience of thousands of jubilant Australian fans in Barbados.