Tony Cozier

Veteran writer and commentator in the Caribbean

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Bangladesh banged up

It was, according to Saber Chowdhury, then president of the Bangladesh Cricket Board, the third most important event in the country's history, after independence and the re-establishment of Bengali as the national language

Easy pickings

DHAKA, Bangladesh - The West Indies did what they had to do with clinical efficiency on the opening day of the first Test here yesterday but, even by the most sympathetic judgement, Bangladesh were hardly first-class, far less Test standard

Grenada Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell was present to oversee West Indies' big victory

West Indies cricket needs Legends' clout

CARICOM should maximise the support of the region's greatest players as the two parties push for overhauling the WICB's present structure

West Indies Women do the

The rise of the West Indies women's team

Their World T20 title was thanks largely to their players gaining experience playing around the world, following the WICB's takeover of the women's game

The West Indies team gather in a huddle after winning their second World T20 title

Back home, joy and misgivings

The West Indies teams' performances on Sunday brought the Caribbean to life, but also raised old questions with no easy answers

Rangy Nanan ahead of his first Test against Pakistan

Remembering Rangy

The late West Indies offspinner played when spin was undervalued in the region. The success of the current lot in T20 would have pleased him