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Ex-Test Players Have Role

LANCE Gibbs is the only West Indian cricketer who is a member of the "300-wicket club." He holds a West Indies record with his 309 Test wickets from 79 Test matches.

GCB Rejects Present Bill

The GCB conducted a thorough review of the Bill passed by the National Assembly on 15 May 15 2014 and wishes to unreservedly reject it in its present form.

Outrage At WICB Arrogance

“All the WICB is doing is that they are looking for votes at the next board elections.“

WICB Arrogant and Contemptuous

“It is hoped, that the arrogance and contempt assumed by the WICB, as it purports to give directions to a sovereign Government of a CARICOM member state, is noted.“

WICB Relocates Third Test

As a consequence, the WICB said it was left with no option but to relocate the third Test between West Indies and New Zealand from Guyana.

CPL To Fund First Class Contracts

WICB - The West Indies Cricket Board announced today that the Limacol Caribbean Premier League will contribute US$360,000 towards annual retainer contracts for regional first class players.

Guyana Cricket Bill Worries WICB

The West Indies Cricket Board has slammed the Cricket Administration Bill currently being tabled in Parliament. 

Kaieteur News was able to access a copy of a letter dated 24th October, 2013 sent to Mr. Sherlock Isaacs, Clerk of the National Assembly, where the WICB expressed non-support of the document.

Cameron Meets Guyana President

President Donald Ramotar expressed his willingness to assist in the resolution of the cricket saga that has plagued the game for some time now in Guyana, reiterating his support for the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), according to Whycliffe “Dave” Cameron, WICB president.

WICB: Time To Move On

West Indies Cricket Board President Whycliffe ‘Dave’ Cameron believes that the cricket crisis in Guyana went on for too long and now is the time for all stakeholders to move on for the development of the game as a united cricketing family.

WICB President To Visit Guyana

Newly elected president of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), Whycliffe ‘Dave’ Cameron, is expected to visit Guyana next week to hold discussions with key stakeholders on the way forward for the game here.

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