Author Archives: PR Office

Gayle leads Windies celebrations after two-time former champions qualify for the World Cup

Chris Gayle led the Windies’ celebrations after the two-time former world champions qualified for next year’s ICC Cricket World Cup, which will take place in England and Wales from 30 May to 14 July. The Windies defeated Scotland by five … Continue reading

Posted in Cricket | Comments Off

Cricket West Indies announce new support squad & coaches

Cricket West Indies (CWI) yesterday announced changes to the coaching and support teams for the current West Indies squads. The main aim over the next year is to ensure that the Windies qualify for the ICC World Cup 2019 and … Continue reading

Posted in Cricket | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off

Holder hints at changes for second test

Under pressure West Indies captain Jason Holder has hinted at changes to come ahead of Friday’s second test against England at Headingley. The team will be looking to rebound from a innings a 209 run defeat inside three days at … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , | Comments Off

Jason Holder urges West Indies to ignore critics and unite for revival

For Jason Holder, the short first Test has made for a long last few days. He and his team have been stewing on their defeat at Edgbaston for the best part of a week now, and Holder has the careworn air of … Continue reading

Posted in Cricket | Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off


Cricket West Indies (CWI) today can announce that Chartered Psychologist Steven Sylvester has been brought in as the Team Psychologist to the Windies team during their two month tour of the UK. The renowned Sport Psychologist was approached by Cricket … Continue reading

Posted in Cricket | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Premier League EXCLUSIVE: Steve Sylvester reveals how life behind the bravado can be murky

BEHIND the bravado, the super-stardom and the money-no-object lifestyle there remains a stigma, a taboo subject that footballers struggle with just the same as the man on the street. As the glitz and glamour of the new football season whisked … Continue reading

Posted in football | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

The Hazard’s and Ronaldo’s of English Cricket

by Nick Hoult: Imagine the situation. It is the last over of the Champions Trophy final. You have 14 runs to defend, six balls to bowl. Land six balls in the right place and you will be be a hero. … Continue reading

Posted in Cricket | Leave a comment

The Togetherness & Success of Sheffield United FC

Big celebrations on the pitch at Bramall Lane today. It’s been a great season and i’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time at SUFC.   For Chris Wilder & his team to see the season out not only as Champions but on … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Middlesex CCC Skipper on winning the County Championships

“It was about trying to buy into a culture where we have each other’s backs when times are tough” says Middlesex skipper James Franklin on the work Middlesex did with team Psychologist Steven Sylvester ahead of their Championship win.

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Is a big ego crucial to achieving sporting greatness?

Prince Naseem Hamed was the world’s best featherweight boxer between 1997 and 2000. But one wonders how much more he could have achieved had he not become lost in the fog of his own hype and cut corners in training, … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off