2007

Ireland Dismisses WI for 25

Joey Carew and Steve Camacho, West Indies' openers, changed and walked to the middle. "The wicket was green," Camacho remembered. "Both of us put a finger in it and it went all the way through, it was so soft. It was obvious that we should put them in to bat."

ICC, LOC Cost-Sharing Issues

Cabinet Secretary Dr Roger Luncheon says there are "ongoing cost-sharing issues" between the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) and the International Cricket Council (ICC) and these matters would have to be resolved.

Stadium Operation Excellent

."Excellent" was how ICC CWC Chief Operating Officer, Don Lockerbie described the running of the Guyana National Stadium for Wednesday's Super Eight match and he also said that concerns raised last week over preparedness for the tournament were budgetary.

Book On Cricket At Bourda

The Hand-in-Hand Group of Companies Tuesday evening launched "Cricket at Bourda", a wonderful book written by Ian McDonald and Paul Chan-A-Sue at the Georgetown Cricket Club, Bourda.

SuperCat, Chapter 6

Chapter Six
THE MOST IMPORTANT PIECE OF NEWS
- AND I HEAR IT SECOND HAND

The Unforgiven

June 30, 2006. The first day of the final Test between India and West Indies at Sabina Park. Shortly after the tea interval Danny Germs makes his appearance in the George Headley Stand. He gesticulates wildly, craving attention. It does not take too long for the cops to banish him to a quiet corner.

Tribute To Rohan Kanhai

In the last 75 years, the West Indies have bestowed upon the cricketing world some of the most gifted and breathtakingly exciting batsmen from George Headley to Brian Lara.

I Was Not Ready To Quit

Carl Hooper abruptly quit international cricket, not because he wanted to be mean. Rather, the former West Indies captain feels he was forced out of the team well before his planned departure.

Hooper Honoured By His School

EVEN if they did not know, the students of Christ Church Secondary School on Camp and Middle streets will now find out that former Guyana and West Indies captain Carl Llewellyn Hooper was a student there. On Saturday afternoon, a huge billboard (2.4 x 3.6 metres) was unveiled at the school depicting the former West Indies player in his glory with the bat.

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