Windies skipper Jason Holder has hailed the professionalism brought to the team by resigning head coach Stuart Law.

Windies captain Jason Holder claims he is confident the team has the quality to push world number one ranked India in the upcoming Test series.

Windies players, Sunil Ambris, Keemo Paul, Kemar Roach, and Raymon Reifer are the newest names on the Cricket West Indies’ list of players with central contracts. 

Barbados Tridents captain Jason Holder believes his squad is good enough to turn around some disappointing results in the Hero Caribbean Premier League in recent times. 

Jamaica Tallawahs are top of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) after beating Barbados Tridents by five wickets at the Kensington Oval to make it five wins from eight. 

After Saturday night’s loss to the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, captain of the Barbados Tridents, Jason Holder has recognized the issue that has left his team just outside of the playoff positions at the moment. 

The St Kitts and Nevis Patriots are now top of the Hero Caribbean Premier League table after a six-wicket win over the Barbados Tridents at the Kensington Oval. 

Barbados Tridents skipper Jason Holder has hailed the effectiveness of the team’s bowling unit after recovering from a difficult situation to stun the Jamaica Tallawahs in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) on Wednesday.

Despite several strong recent performances from Windies skipper Jason Holder wicketkeeper Jeffrey Dujon believes the all-rounder’s lack of genuine pace continues to be a problem for the team.

Windies skipper Jason Holder has hailed the team’s strong self-belief following a tight seven-run win over Bangladesh to level the three-game ODI series on Wednesday.

Jason Holder defended seven runs in his final over as West Indies defeated Bangladesh to level the three-game ODI series at 1-1.

Jason Holder helped West Indies recover from a difficult morning session to maintain control of the second Test after bowling out Bangladesh for 149. 

Jason Holder knows Bangladesh will be determined to bounce back from their miserable showing in Antigua in the second Test, but he remains confident West Indies can seal a series whitewash.

While Windies skipper Jason Holder is happy with the all-round performance of the Caribbean side after it pulled off the fifth biggest Test win in history against Bangladesh earlier this week, he is still warning his charges about the importance of staying consistent. 

The trouble good pace bowling would give to Bangladeshi batsmen in their two-game ICC Test Championship outings against the Windies came to the fore in 18.4 overs this morning, as the Windies ran through the innings like a hot knife through butter at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. 

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