Kwesi Mugisa

Kwesi Mugisa

Kwesi has been a sports journalist with more than 10-years’ experience in the field. First as a Sports Reporter with The Gleaner in the early 2000s before he made the almost natural transition to becoming an editor. Since then he has led the revamp of The Star’s sports offering, making it a more engaging and forward-thinking component of the most popular tabloid newspaper in the Caribbean.

Jamaica Sunshine Girls defender Shamera Sterling was named the player of the series, on the back of the country’s silver medal-winning performance at the just concluded Fast Five Netball World Series.

Windies skipper Jason Holder insists he is determined to focus on young players looking to gain experience during the ongoing tour of India and not players missing from the current squad.

Windies skipper Jason Holder was full of praise for young batsman Shimron Hetmyer, who smashed an impressive ton against India, in an eight-wicket loss for the team on Sunday.

Windies skipper Jason Holder believes the team put together a decent effort, particularly with the bat, despite going down by four wickets to India in the first One Day International at Barsapara Stadium on Sunday.

Jamaica Reggae Girlz will have their eyes set on making history, when they tackle Central American opponents Panama, in the third place playoff of the CONCACAF Women's Championship on Wednesday.

A devastating four-for 11 from left-arm leg-spinner Yannick Ottley helped restrict the Jamaica Scorpions to under 100 runs and handed the CCC Marooners a resounding 6-wicket triumph in the CWI Super 50 Cup, at UWI on Sunday.

Roston Chase stood on an unbeaten 98 as the Windies closed day 1 at 295 for 7.

Half-centuries from openers Trevon Griffith and Sherfane Rutherford led Guyana to a comfortable 93-run win over Windward Islands, in Group A of Cricket West Indies (CWI) Super50 Cup in Tarouba on Thursday.

The Trinidad and Tobago team will be without experienced campaigners Ataullah Guerra and Joevin Jones ahead of a friendly international against Thailand on Sunday.

 USA spinner Nosthush Kenjige three-for led the team to a remarkable 88-run win over the Leeward Islands in the Cricket West Indies (CWI) Super50 Cup at Bridgetown.

Windies skipper Jason Holder is confident star batsman Chris Gayle will be a part of the team for the 2019 World Cup once he is fit and ready.

Windies star batsman Chris Gayle insists he has plenty left in the tank but believes the time is right to give consideration to life after cricket.

West Indies and Jamaica star batsman Chris Gayle has not ruled out a swansong appearance for his home team in the four-day version of regional cricket, having recently retired from the 50-over format.

As India vs West Indies gets underway how much do our analysts know about the history of the series.

The US started strong but Europe rebounded strongly on day one of the Ryder Cup.

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