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  • Jerome Taylor comes out of retirement

    Less than a year since retiring from Test cricket, Jerome Taylor made himself available for selection in the five-day format, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) announced on Wednesday (April 12).

  • Adams appointed new West Indies director

    West Indies turned to former batsman Jimmy Adams to help rebuild the side as he was named their new director of cricket on Tuesday after signing a three-year deal.

  • Bravo dropped from WI squad for 'idiot' tweet

    Batsman Darren Bravo has been dropped from the West Indies squad in Zimbabwe for a triangular one-day international series because of "unacceptable behaviour", the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) said on Saturday.

  • Viv defends Ambrose

    Batting legend Vivian Richards has come out in defence of sacked West Indies bowling coach Curtly Ambrose.

  • WICB part ways with Ambrose

    West Indies great Curtly Ambrose has been replaced as bowling consultant for the Caribbeans by Roderick Estwick, the West Indies Cricket Board say on Friday.

  • Gayle blessed with a daughter

    West Indian firebrand Chris Gayle, who had left the Indian Premier League to be at his partner's side, announced on Instagram on Thursday that he had been blessed with a baby daughter.

  • Chanderpaul retires from cricket

    After more than two decades and 164 Test matches, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, one of West Indies' finest batsmen, retires.

  • Gayle faces expulsion from Big Bash

    West Indian cricketer Chris Gayle faces expulsion from the Big Bash League in Australia if an investigation confirms that he exposed himself to an Australian woman.