This country has been given an opportunity to bid for Test, one day and T20 matches between the Windies and England and also between the Windies and India next year.
This was revealed by the president of Cricket West Indies (CWI), Dave Cameron yesterday. Speaking exclusively to Guardian Media Sports, the CWI boss revealed that he made a trip to Trinidad and paid a visit to the minister of Sports Shamfa Cudjoe, to bring her up to date with what is on offer in terms of international cricket for this country.
An out-of-sorts West Indies fared little better in the second Twenty20 International, producing another insipid display in an 82-run defeat, to concede the three-match series to Pakistan yesterday.
Only 24 hours after being dismissed for their lowest-ever T20 total and suffering the second heaviest defeat in the format, West Indies once again failed to show any enterprise, crashing to 123 all out with four balls left, in pursuit of an intimidating 206 at the National Stadium.
Favourites West Indies failed in their bid to put the finishing touches on an otherwise successful campaign as memeses Afghanistan trounced them by seven wickets yesterday to lift the ICC World Cup Qualifiers trophy.
Hoping for revenge in the final at Harare Sports Club after two losses in the competition to the Asian side, West Indies never mounted a serious challenge, dismissed for 204 and then watching as Afghanistan strolled to their target with nearly 10 overs remaining.
The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) and the Yello Media are set to take cricket in the Caribbean into the digital age. Yello Media, a digital and print advertiser, signed a new three year partnership designed to create community support, commerce, and engagement through cricket, a CPL media release said.