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The United States based Chalak Mitra Group (CMG) are the new franchise owners of reigning Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Champions, Jamaica Tallawahs, organisers have announced. The announcement was made here after the Tallawahs posted a thrilling
Jamaica Tallawahs 162 for 3 (Gayle 111*) beat St Lucia Zouks 161 for 5 (Davids 56, Russell 2-27) by seven wickets Scorecard and ball-by-ball details Chris Gayle may have struggled through the 2014 IPL with 196 runs in nine games, modest figures for
Fifties from Darren Bravo and Ross Taylor helped the Red Steel overcome a shaky start and chase down 125 against Barbados Tridents to begin their CPL campaign on a winning note in Grenada. After their seamers had done a good job of restricting
Captain Denesh Ramdin struck a Man-of-the-match half-century, but Guyana Amazon Warriors had to overcome late innings jitters before beating Antigua Hawksbills by two wickets in the opening game of the 2014 Caribbean Premier League here.
The former West Indies pacer has warned that if changes are not made to make Test cricket more exciting, the level of interest in the format will continue to decline, reports CMC. "The two-bouncers-per-over rule (restricting the number of short-
L Four new players have been drafted by franchises in the high-energy Caribbean Premier League (CPL) beginning in Grenada Friday. England international, Owais Shah, will link up with defending champions, Jamaica Tallawahs, while Ben Dunk, Player of
The second edition of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) will again be broadcasted by Sony Six in India. The league will be held from July 11 to Aug 17 and will be telecast on Six HD and SD feed, showing live coverage and highlights of all 30 matches.
For the first time this year, Grenada will hosts matches in the Twenty20 event, with the national stadium playing host to the opening ceremony July 11 as well as the first three matches in the tournament, reports CMC. Speaking during a ceremony in
A Grenada man remains jailed in Seminole County after federal agents said he hid 12 pounds of cocaine in his suitcase while on a cruise that recently docked in Port Canaveral . Ishermon Tafari, 31, was arrested Saturday when authorities made the
Caribbean scientists are developing drought-tolerant varieties of crops which are then distributed to farmers in countries most severely affected by climate change...The Caribbean region's bid to become food secure is in peril as farmers struggle to