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Erin Go Bragh
The easy victory that the Ireland cricket team achieved today over the West Indies in the 2015 World Cup would, only a few years ago, have been greeted with gasps of astonishment from Ireland fans and lamentation from those of the West Indies. However, … Continue reading
The Cricket World Cup: A Preview, Part 2
Hot on the heels of the The Cricket World Cup: A Preview, Part 1, here comes the second installment, featuring the four other top teams. South Africa It’s fair to say the biggest hurdle that South Africa has to overcome is … Continue reading
Posted in Cricket, England, One-Day Cricket, Pakistan, South Africa, West Indies Tagged Alastair Cook, Chris Gayle, Dale Steyn, Darren Sammy, David Miller, Dwayne Smith, Faf du Plessis, Graeme Smith, Hashim Amla, Ian Bell, Jacques Kallis, Joe Root, Mohammad Irfan, Mooen Ali, Morne Morkel, Shahid Afridi, Steven Finn, Stuart Broad, Vernon Philander, World Cup Leave a comment
Is This the End of the West Indies as a Cricketing Entity?
For reasons that were at once predictable and shocking, the past week has seen developments that it’s not being grandiose to say may lead to the end of the West Indies cricket team. In a dispute over money (isn’t it … Continue reading
Welcome Back, West Indies!
You’d have had to be particularly partisan not to rejoice in the West Indies’ cricket team’s unlikely and much-celebrated victory at this year’s World T20 championship. In the last 25 years of the twentieth century, the West Indies produced some … Continue reading
Posted in Cricket, West Indies Tagged Chris Gayle, Darren Sammy, Marlon Samuels, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Tino Best Leave a comment