Cricket the way to go

Cricket is a Caribbean passion. With the 1993 Caribbean cricket season well underway, Sir Garry Sobers — the man Don Bradman called "the greatest all-rounder I ever saw" — takes a hard look at the way the game is going and calls for some changes
Sir Garry Sobers. Photograph by Gordon Brooks

Considering Courtney Walsh

Younger, fitter men baulk at the pressure. The walls of West Indies cricket tumble around him. But Courtney Walsh, at 36 going on 37, remains as unstoppable as one of his own devastating deliveries. Vaneisa Baksh contemplates the brilliant career of the West Indies’s former captain and top wicket-taker
Courtney Walsh. Photograph by Laurence Griffiths/ Allsport

Atlantic wide

It’s called the “world’s toughest row”: a transatlantic race from the Canary Islands to the Caribbean, powered by human strength. And in December 2015, the first-ever team from Antigua and Barbuda took up the challenge. Joanne C. Hillhouse learns more

The T20 cricket revolution

As the Caribbean Premier League opens for its third year, the West Indies are world champions of Twenty20 cricket. It’s a form of the venerable game that seems especially suited to today’s West Indies players and fans, writes Garry Steckles — and maybe it’s the start of a true regional cricket revival