Cricket News sort by Ramnaresh Ronnie Sarwan

West Indian batsman Chris Gayle has launched a scathing attack on former teammate Ramnaresh Sarwan. Referring to the retired cricketer as 'snake' and 'worse than coronavirus', the southpaw termed Sarwan responsible for him not being retained by Caribbean Premier League (CPL) franchise Jamaica Tallawahs.

Former West Indies captain Ramnaresh Sarwan is all set to retire from international cricket. Sarwan last played at Test against India at Bridgetown in July 2011

West Indies have dropped former Captain Ramnaresh Sarwan from its 13-man squad for the first half of the upcoming Tri-nation Series at home. Sarwan along with fast bowler Jason Holder is the only player to be dropped from the Champions Trophy Squad.

The West Indies have recalled star batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan after a long gap of 18 months. Sarwan finds himself in a 15-man squad to play a 5-ODI Series in Australia.

It’s official now. Chris Gayle will make his comeback to international cricket after a gap of 15 months when West Indies take on England in the ODI series. And while this is awesome news for fans of both Caribbean and world cricket, the fact of the matter is that only part of the job is done for WICB and co.

Poor form caught up with experienced West Indies batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan, who was dropped from the squad for the third Test against India.

The crucial Group B encounter between England and the West Indies was on a knife's edge after the English bowlers struck in quick succession at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Thursday.

South Australia led by Michael Klinger went onto win their fourth consecutive victory in the ongoing Champions League in South Africa.