The Leewards Islands Cricket Board Men’s 50 Over Championship Individual Prizes and Winners

Individual Awards

The Auckland Hector Best Wicket-Keeper – Mr. Jaison Peters (Montserrat)

The Robert Jeffers Most Discipline Team – Team St. Kitts

The Haycene Ryan Batsman with the Highest Individual Score – Mr. Rahkeem Cornwall (Antigua & Barbuda 118 not out vs Montserrat.)

The Austin White Bowler with the Most Wickets – Mr. Deno Baker (Montserrat) &
Mr. Daniel Doram (Smarten) 10 wickets each.

The Keith Arthurton Best Fielding Team- Team St. Kitts

The Davon Williams Batsman with the Most Runs- Mr. Rahkeem Cornwall (278 runs Antigua & Barbuda).

The Lesroy Weekes Bowler with the Best Bowling Figures Mr. Deno Baker (Montserrat 6/23 vs St Maarten.)

The Bertrand Osborne Batsman who scored A Century in the Tournament-
Mr. Rahkeem Cornwall (Antigua & Barbuda 118 not out.)
Mr. Chesney Hughes (Anguilla 104)

The Jim Allen Most Valuable Player of the Leeward Islands Men’s 50 Overs Championship 2018- Mr. Rahkeem Cornwall (Antigua & Barbuda)

Batsman with the Most Runs for Each Country:

Anguilla – Mr. Chesney Hughes (190 runs)

Antigua & Barbuda- Mr. Rahkeem Cornwall (278 runs)

St Maarten- Mr. Akeem Charles (75 runs)

Nevis – Mr. Adelvin Phillip (193 runs)

St Kitts – Mr. Akeem Saunders (176 runs)

Montserrat – Mr. Jaison Peters (213 runs)

Bowler with the Most Wickets for Each Country:

Anguilla – Mr. Chesney Hughes/ Mr. Yannick Leonard (7 wickets each)

Antigua & Barbuda – Mr. Karima Gore (7 wickets)

St Maarten Mr. Daniel Doram (10 wickets)

Nevis – Mr. Nelson Bolan (7 wickets)

St Kitts – Mr. Jeremiah Louis (9 wickets)

Montserrat – Mr. Deno Baker (10 wickets)

Most Valuable Player for Each Country 2018:

The Lanville Harrigan M.V.P for Anguilla- Mr. Chesney Hughes

The Sylvester Joseph M.V.P for Antigua & Barbuda- Mr. Rahkeem Cornwall

The Imran Mc Sood M.V.P for St. Maarten- Mr. Daniel Doram

The Stuart Williams M.V.P for Nevis- Mr. Adelvin Phillip

The Shane Jeffers M.V.P for St Kitts- Mr. Terrance Warde

The Bennette Roach M.V.P for Montserrat- Mr. Jaison Peters

Final Country Standings for the Leeward Islands 2018 Men’s Championship:

Champions – Team St Kitts
Second Place- Team Antigua & Barbuda
Third Place- Team Anguilla.

Round 2 – Antigua and Barbuda defeated Nevis by 6 wickets. St.Kitts vs St.Maarten rained out.


September 19th 2018

Antigua and Barbuda vs Nevis @ Salem Park

Game reduced to 25 overs a piece.Antigua won the toss and fielded first restricted Nevis to 134 for 9 off 25 overs. A.Phillip top scored with 40 not out.T.Willet made 28 and J.Cornelius made a quick fire 22.Bowling for Antigua:O.Peters:5-0-36-3.R.Cornwall:5-1-14-2.D.Lowenfield,N.Henry,and S.Simon get a wkt each.Antigua turn to the crease made 135 for 4 off 21 overs.Batting for Antigua:R.Cornwall made 40 not out,K.James made: 32,O.Peters made27 ,D.Lowenfield made 16.Bowling for Nevis:N.Boland:5-0-19-2,J.Williams and J.Cornelius had a wkt a piece.Antigua won by 6 wkts

St.Kitts vs St.Maarten @ Little Bay

The other game between St.Kitts vs St.Maarten @ Little Bay was abandoned without a ball being bowled

Winning Starts For Montserrat and St. Kitts to open LICB 50 Over Championship


Sept 18th 2018 – Salem Park Montserrat

Montserrat defeated St. Maarten by 5 wickets to open the LICB 50 overs Championship. Chasing 133 runs for victory, Monserrat completed the task with 24 overs to spare. Montserrat were pilotted to the victorious total by leading scorer Shawin Tuitt who scored 39 runs from 36 balls opening the innings for Montserrat. He was assisted by his opening partner Joshua Grant who scored 32 runs from 48 balls both of whom featured in a 58 run opening partnership in 10.1 overs. After losing 3 quick wickets for in the space of 3 overs and 9 runs, Jaison Peters (20 runs) and Deno Baker (26 runs) both steered Montserrat to victory with an unbeaten 35 run partnership. Leading bowler for St. Maarten was Daniel Doram who took 3 wickets for 55 runs from 10 overs assisted by 1 apiece by Chad Hampson (1-35) and Shadrack Descarte (1-33).

Earlier St. Maarten was bowled out for 132 in 36.2 overs with the left handed Akeem Charles top-scoring with 34 runs. Mrinal Wadhwa contributed 23 runs to the total. Both batsmen contributed to the most productive partnership of the innings scoring 60 runs for the third wicket. But Deno Baker’s 6 wicket performance which included the wickets of both batsmen ensured that St. Maarten were limited to 132 runs. Baker’s final figures were 6 for 25 from 10 overs contributing to his stellar all round performance that earned him the Man-of-the-Match.

Meanwhile at Little Bay, St. Kitts trounced Anguilla by 8 wickets. After winning the toss, St. Kitts elected to field and immediately took control of the game. After Jeremiah Louis made the initial break-through, off spinner Terrance Ward and left-arm spinner Elvin Berridge, dominated the Anguillan batsmen to bundle them out for 85 runs. Ward ended with 5-20 from his 10 overs while Berridge ended with 3-13 from 8 overs. Top-scoring for Anguilla was Keacey Carty who scored 23 runs from 46 balls.

In reply, Larry Audain steered St. Kitts to victory with an unbeaten 38 runs from 60 ball assisted by Akeem Saunders’ 55 ball 33 runs as they scored 88 runs for the loss of 2 wickets in 22 overs. Successful bowlers for Anguilla were Jadell Richardson and Yannick Leonard with a wicket each. Ward earned Man-of-the-Match honours for his outstanding performance.

The competition continues tomorrow with Antigua and Barbuda vs Nevis at Salem Park and St. Maarten vs St. Kitts at

Hurricanes receive new bowling machine and hydration and donates to local sport

Scoring runs and performance overall should improve for the Leeward Islands Hurricanes, as they were beneficiaries of a brand new bowling machine from Surrey Paving, welcomed a new sponsorship and donated netball equipment to the Department Of Sports.

Giving was the theme at Warner Park on Monday as the Hurricanes were handed a brand new bowling machine from Surrey Paving,  that will assist the teams in their preparation for regional competition.

The bowling machine along with 200 accompanying balls was donated by the private sector company that obliged to assist the franchise.

According to Cricket Operations Manager of the Leeward Island Cricket Board (LICB) Vernon Springer the coaching staff needed new training equipment and the franchise approached Surrey Paving.

“It has come at a timely moment for us and this bowling machine will not only be used by the Leeward Island Hurricanes for all of our teams but in collaboration with the government of St. Kitts and Nevis we plan also to make that machine available to their programme,” Springer indicated.

Desmond Lewis of Surrey Paving indicated that they saw the need to enhance cricket development in St. Kitts and the Leeward Islands.

“We are pleased to be a part of the support, this support with technology in order to aide and develop cricket and cricketers within the community, because we understand the importance of development.  We know it will prepare batsmen for the better not just for Leeward Islands Cricket but the West Indies in general.”

Head coach Winston Benjamin received the machine on behalf of his team and indicated that the machine will be used “wisely for the development of young cricketers and the senior team.

“To the players please use it wisely to develop your own personal game and at the same time when the time comes we will be doing business at your company.”

Lewis then fed the first five balls on the machine to Hurricanes batsmen Akeem Saunders.

The Hurricanes also welcomed a new sponsorship deal with Koscab St. Kitts and Nevis who will be the team’s hydration sponsor for the next two years.

Marketing Manager of Koscab Mr. Conrad Senior said it was an honour to be able to come on board.

“PowerAde will only enhance your game. It was a no brainer for us to come on board. We do believe in champions, partner with champions and we do expect the Leeward Islands Hurricanes to become champions in the very short order.”

Hurricanes Captain in accepting the sponsorship stated that the team are enjoying the products and was happy to be associated with the company.

In the final handing over of the day the Leeward Islands Hurricanes donated netball equipment to the Department Of Sports to help them deliver their primary school netball programmes.

Springer indicated that the hurricanes will be donating 50 netballs to the Department of Sports primary school programme.

Accepting the donation Director of Sports Anthony Wilshire said the netballs will go a long way as they continue to improve their primary school netball programme.

“Presently our coaches are involved and sometimes we have a shortage of netball so it is a pleasure for me to say thank you to the hurricanes. We look forward to donations in other ways.”

The Hurricanes also handed over signed shirts to Lewis, Senior and Wilshire.



Friday, November 17, 2017

St John’s, ANTIGUA – Cricket West Indies (CWI) just concluded two important sessions as part of its continued efforts to improve its role in coaching education.

The Level 3 course was the second one in the region, the first was held in Barbados in 2016. A total of 25 Regional coaches participated in the course including former Windies players Curtly Ambrose, Stuart Williams, Ryan Hinds and Pedro Collins.

The course focused on equipping the coaches with the technical and soft skills to develop performance players and elite players. Coaches were reminded that they have a responsibility towards the athletes. They were given guidelines to develop management styles, leadership qualities and communication channels with their players. The sessions were a mixture of practical and theoretical learning, with focus on sports science, strength and conditioning and psychology.

The course was led by the ECB with eight coaches; while four coaches from the West Indies (Gus Logie, Henderson Springer, Anthony Gray and Jeffery Dujon) co-presented on fast and spin bowling, fielding and wicket-keeping.

The coaches in the course came from Jamaica, Grenada, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago. Coaches from Canada, Bermuda (ICC Americas) also participated, as part of CWI’s commitment to ICC America’s cricket development. WIPA also had a representative in the course.

Tim Dellor, Operations Manager of the ECB’s Level 3 coaching programme and facilitator of this course in Antigua said, “First of all, I always think it’s important that they enjoy it…. We also tried to give them opportunities to actually coach whilst we’re with them…. So they can go out and practice that.”

At the end of the course, the coaches were given assignments to complete. They will complete these in their respective home countries and then reassemble for a final assessment to complete the course in February 2018.

Upon completion, Level 3 certified coaches from the region will be able to work as recognized level 3 coaches in the UK.

The course ran for ten days and ended on Wednesday, November 15 at the Coolidge Cricket Ground.


Another 10 coaches from around the region and St. Maarten completed a Level 1 programme. The course was facilitated by Junie Mitchum, Kumar Rampat and Steve Liburd.

The ten coaches would have previously been trained in first aid, certified in the CWI/UNICEF Child Protection Courses and have a clean police record.



Bridgetown, Barbados – The Leeward Islands demolished the Barbados Pride in its 2nd round match of the 2017/18 Digicel Regional 4 Day Tournament at Kensington Oval in Barbados.

More details to follow.

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For immediate release

Monday, October 30, 2017 

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Selection Panel of Cricket West Indies has announced a 13-member Windies “A” squad for the three One-day matches against Sri Lanka “A”, starting this week.

Jahmar Hamilton (Captain)
Sunil Ambris
Ronsford Beaton
Shamarh Brooks
John Campbell
Rahkeem Cornwall
Sheldon Cottrell
Montcin Hodge
Damion Jacobs
Reynard Leveridge
Kyle Mayers
Andre McCarthy
Odean Smith

Team Management Unit

Graeme West (Head Coach)
Dwain Gill (Team Operations Manager)
Corey Collymore (Assistant Coach)
Khevyn Williams (Physiotherapist)
Zephrynus Nicholas (Fitness Coordinator)
Dinesh Mahabir (Video Data Analyst)

Four players that did not play in the preceding “Tests” have been chosen in the squad. They are: Guyana Jaguars fast bowler Ronsford Beaton, Windward Islands Volcanoes all-rounder Kyle Mayers, along with the Jamaica Scorpions pair of Andre McCarthy and Odean Smith, a member of the West Indies Under-19 side that won the ICC Youth World Cup last year in Bangladesh.

Commenting on the squad, Chairman of the CWI Selection Panel, Courtney Browne said: “The squad builds on our last President’s XI squad which played against England earlier this year with Jahmar Hamilton retained as captain.

“Players coming into the square are those to replace the players that have moved up to the senior team or those that are not available at this time.”

He added: “Our ‘A’ Team programme is a stepping stone to our senior team and the panels want to encourage players to focus on consistent performances.

“With a full year of One-day International matches coming up next year, including the ICC World Cup qualifiers next March in Zimbabwe, this is another opportunity, along with the Regional Super50 Cup next January, for players to present themselves for any places available in the senior team.”




Wed 11 to Sat 14        1st “Test” – Windies “A” won by an innings and 13 runs – Trelawny Multiplex, Jamaica

Thu 19 to Sun 22         2nd “Test” – Sri Lanka “A” won by 280 runs – Trelawny Multiplex

Thu 26 to Sun 29         3rd “Test” – Sri Lanka “A” won by 10 wickets – Sabina Park, Jamaica




Wed 1                          1st One-day Match – Sabina Park (2 pm)

Fri 3                             2nd One-day Match – Sabina Park (2 pm)

Sun 5                           3rd One-day Match – Trelawny Multiplex (9:30 am)


  • Visit the CWI website,, for match reports and other details
  • On Twitter: @westindies
  • Series hashtag: #WIvsSL


JOHN’S, Antigua– The Windies women completed a double series whitewash over Sri Lanka after they won the third and final T20 International by 31 runs at the Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua yesterday.

The victory was extra special, as Deandra Dottin struck her second T20 century, becoming the first woman to achieve such a feat. She scored 112 from 67 balls. Hayley Matthews hit 34, as the Windies Women posted 159/6 from their 20 overs.

Dottin’s batting had the crowd enthralled as they watched her hit 5-sixes and 9-fours on her way to the match-winnings innings. She along with Matthews posted a 130-run partnership for the second wicket when Matthews departed run out.

Ama Kanchana was the best Sri Lanka bowler, taking 2/24. The Sri Lankans had something to celebrate as Shashikala Siriwardena and Rabecca Vandort both struck half-centuries in their team’s run-chase.

Hayley Matthews had a fantastic spell with the ball, taking 4/18, as the Windies Women kept a tight bowling attack.

Sri Lanka finished on 128/5 from their allotted 20 overs.

Deandra Dottin was Player of the Match as well as Player of the Series for her accumulative score of 154 runs and 1 wicket.

Winston Benjamin appointed as Head Coach to Hurricanes Franchise

Basseterre, St. Kitts– The Leeward Islands Cricket Development Company announces the appointment of Mr. Winston Benjamin as Head Coach of the Leeward Islands Hurricanes Cricket franchise.

Mr. Benjamin, a former West Indies fast bowler who debut for the West Indies against India in 1987-88, was one of two candidates interviewed for the post.

In his career for the West Indies, Mr. Benjamin played a total of twenty one (21) tests and eighty five (85) one day internationals capturing 61 and 100 wickets at averages of 27.01 and 30.79 respectively.

Mr. Benjamin, who is a certified level three (3) coach has been involved in coaching for in excess of twenty years. During this period, he has contributed to the development of players at the grass root, school, community, national, sub regional and international levels.

His most recent assignments are as Coach of the Leeward Islands Hurricanes under 17 team and the under 19 team where he is currently performing duties.

Over his coaching career, Mr. Benjamin also performed duties with age group and senior national teams of Antigua and Barbuda, the Leeward Islands senior team, and as consultant for the Bermuda National Team and for the West Indies team. He has also been credited with the development individual players including the current West Indies fast bowler Alzarri Joseph.

Mr. Benjamin will take up his assignment from September 01, 2017 and in his role as Head Coach he will be tasked with the responsibility of developing Leeward Island Cricket to an elite level.

The Board congratulates Mr. Benjamin on his appointment and wishes him every success in his new role as Head Coach of the franchise