Sammy’s dream is for the West Indies to be invincible once again
Having come off a tough series against Australia where they were whitewashed 5-0 in the ODI series before managing to record a 27-run victory over the baggy greens in the one-off Twenty20, West Indies captain Darren Sammy believes his team are still in a good position and added that the entire squad were looking to form a new legacy.
New Zealand have steadily slipped down the rankings over the past year
The International Cricket Council (ICC) have announced that New Zealand will be the latest beneficiary of their Targeted Assistance and Performance Programme (TAPP) and will receive a total of US$1.8 million over the next three years.
Khan refuses to believe his career has come to an end
While some cricket pundits and former players feel that India pace bowler Zaheer Khan has reached the end of his career, the seamer believes otherwise, stating that “by no means am I done” and added that he can still play for “another 3-4 years” before he even considers retiring.
Lehmann would be the assistant coach in Warne’s dream team
Almost all people associate the word dream team with a star group of players that would be invincible against any opposition, but former Australia leg-spinner Shane Warne has taken the term to a whole new level after revealing his candidates for Cricket Australia’s dream team.
Lloyd was extremely disappointed with the WICB’s attitude towards the GCB elections
Former Guyana and West Indies batsmen Clive Lloyd and Roger Harper have deemed the recent Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) elections, which were held on January 27, “illegal” and lashed out at the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) for standing idly by and failing to take any responsibility.