Category

Cricket

Cricket

UWI doctorates for Shiv Chanderpaul, Shadow

By Staff Editor august 8, 2018   Share   (Trinidad Guardian) Calypso legend Winston Bailey, better known at The Mighty Shadow, will have all reason to “dingolay” this October, as three weeks after he celebrates his 77th birthday, he will be awarded an honorary doctorate from The University of the West Indies’ St…

Continue reading
Cricket

Imran Khan: Captain, World Cup winner, Prime Minister?

 Pakistan’s first World-Cup-winning captain is all set become its 19th Prime Minister (1:05) Jul 25, 2018 Osman Samiuddin, cricinfo Having made a good fist of the most difficult job in Pakistan, Imran Khan is now all but set for a crack at the second-most difficult post in the country – that of…

Continue reading
Cricket

Hetmyer’s magnificent 125 lifts West Indies to 271

12:00 AM The Report by Mohammad Isam West Indies 271 (Hetmyer 125, Powell 44, Rubel 3-61) v Bangladesh Shimron Hetmyer raises his bat to acknowledge a half-century CWI Shimron Hetmyer‘s magnificent second ODI hundred pulled West Indies turnaround a middling score into a competitive 270 before they were bowled out in the final…

Continue reading
Cricket

Remember when Britain was invaded? Fifty years ago, the English domestic game underwent a revolution. Players who were part of it look back

Warwickshire celebrate their Gillette Cup win in 1968. Pakistan’s Khalid “Billy” Ibadulla is second from left LUKE ALFRED | JULY 12, 2018 In April 1968, English domestic cricket went in for a rare bout of self-improvement, relaxing the mandatory two-and-a-half year residence qualification for overseas professionals. Each county was allowed one,…

Continue reading