Tag: ICC Cricket World Cup


‘Mediocre’ West Indies

Veteran cricket commentator and writer Ton Cozier, in a column on espncricinfo.com, noted that as the cricket world’s attention was riveted exclusive on the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand and the lead-in to Sunday’s fascinating final between the co-hosts, two also-rans from the tournament were preparing for a low-key Test series on the other side of the planet […]


Gayle May Hold The Key But Samuels – The Engine For WI World Cup Campaign

Renowned and veteran Caribbean cricket commentator and writer Tony Cozier, in an article on trinidadexpress.com website has touted Chris Gayle as holding the key for the West Indies in the ICC Cricket World Cup, scheduled to take place between 14 Feb – 28 March, 2015 in Australia and New Zealand. Frankly speaking, it is not easy to second guess a stalwart of […]


Joyful Ireland Deepen West Indies Turmoil

Ireland’s giant killers have struck again although Captain Will Porterfield wasn’t listening to any talk of an upset. The Irish have a history of cricket World Cup boilovers. Their hit-list has included a tie with Zimbabwe as a qualifier in 2007 before beating Pakistan and Bangladesh ahead of a stunning three-wicket final-over win against England in 2011. But Monday’s pulsating […]