The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has ““failed terribly” over its handling of the Yorkshire racism scandal, according to Cayman resident Michael Holding. In a statement released last week, the ECB chastised Yorkshire after the club determined no action was necessary despite an independent report upholding seven of 43 claims of bullying and racialContinue reading “Racism scandal prompts Michael Holding to fire at ECB”
Cayman Cricket, the governing body for cricket in the Cayman Islands, has recently hired Rohan Clarke of Barbados, as its new Cricket Development Manager.
Cayman Cricket returned with a double header this past Sunday (13 September) for the first time since the COVID-19 lockdown. However, competition has been revamped; stemming from players having to leave the country due to the tribulations the pandemic brought according vice president of Cayman Cricket Association, Ricardo Roach. With limited players, the association createdContinue reading “Cayman’s cricketers back out and batting”
Action in the Cayman Islands cricket circuit resumes at the Jimmy Powell Oval on September 13th, after a near six month layoff due to COVID-19. The games will feature 4 drafted teams from a pool of over 60 players. “I expect the competition to be highly entertaining and competitive,” said organizer Ricardo Roach. We haveContinue reading “Cayman Cricket returning this September”