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Police restrain Hoytes Village

20 March 2017

POLICE are champions of the inaugural Kerrie Symmonds St James Central Terry “Stud” Worrell Twenty20 Competition. The “lawmen” defeated Hoytes Village by a mammoth 76 runs in a one-sided final at the Courtney Browne and Luther King Pavilion in Hoytes Village, St... Read More

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Pride roll over Volcanoes

19 March 2017

BARBADOS PRIDE duly wrapped up victory over Windward Island Volcanoes before lunch on the third day of their Digicel Regional 4-Day match at Kensington Oval today. Needing 40 runs, Pride scored 41 for one to win by nine wickets; opener Anthony Alleyne leading with... Read More

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FAZEER MOHAMMED: Let performance do the talking

19 March 2017

BY ALL ACCOUNTS, one of the major talking points around the country on Wednesday morning was Jason Holder’s dialogue with Andrew Mason on the veteran commentator’s radio show the previous evening. Read More

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No Sammy in WICB T20 squad for Pakistan series

18 March 2017

ST JOHN’S – The Selection Panel of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has announced a 16-man squad for the four Twenty20 Internationals for the upcoming West Indies versus Pakistan series in the Caribbean. The series opens in Barbados, where the first Twenty20... Read More

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No prices yet for cricket tickets

17 March 2017

NINE DAYS before the start of the series between West Indies and Pakistan, fans do not know the cost of tickets. The seven-week series starts with a Twenty20 international at Kensington Oval next week Sunday, before moving to the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad and... Read More

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Sammy ‘open’

16 March 2017

DARREN SAMMY is leaving the decision about whether he plays again for West Indies up to the selection panel. The former West Indies captain said he is available for selection for the West Indies team in the limited-overs formats for the upcoming series against Pakistan... Read More

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Sir Everton pays tribute to Sir Frank

13 March 2017

ST JOHN’S – Today marks the 50th anniversary of the death of Sir Frank Mortimer Maglinne Worrell, the legendary former West Indies captain. Sir Frank was born in Barbados, educated at Combermere School and represented the historic Empire Club, which produced several... Read More

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Pride roll over Hurricanes on third day

13 March 2017

BRIDGETOWN – Barbados Pride defeated the Leeward Islands Hurricanes by an innings and 26 runs on the third day of their sixth round cricket match in the Digicel Regional 4-Day Tournament at Kensington Oval here Monday. Forced to follow-on with a deficit of 150 runs,... Read More

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Stubborn Carty holds up Pride

13 March 2017

BRIDGETOWN – Leeward Islands Hurricanes, forced to follow-on with a deficit of 150 runs, struggled to 94 for seven in their second innings at lunch against Barbados Pride on the third day of their sixth round match in the Digicel Regional 4-Day Tournament at Kensington... Read More

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Leewards staring at defeat against Pride

12 March 2017

BRIDGETOWN – Leeward Islands Hurricanes are in dire straits against Barbados Pride at the close of play on the second day of their sixth round match in the Digicel Regional 4-Day Tournament at Kensington Oval here Sunday. Forced to follow-on with a deficit of 150... Read More

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Bonner taking fight to Pride

12 March 2017

BRIDGETOWN – Leeward Islands Hurricanes, replying to the Barbados Pride’s first innings total of 313, reached 106 for eight at tea on the second day of their sixth round match in the Digicel Regional 4-Day Tournament at Kensington Oval here Sunday. Fast bowlers Kemar... Read More

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Hurricanes collapse against Bajan pace

12 March 2017

BRIDGETOWN – Leeward Islands Hurricanes, replying to the Barbados Pride’s first innings total of 313, slumped to 34 for five at lunch on the second day of their sixth round match in the Digicel Regional 4-Day Tournament at Kensington Oval here Sunday. Fast bowlers... Read More

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Pride close day on 302 for eight

11 March 2017

BRIDGETOWN – Barbados Pride, after winning the toss and batting, reached 302 for eight off 93 overs in their first innings against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes at the close of play on the first day of their sixth round match in the Digicel Regional 4-Day Tournament... Read More

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Leewards bowlers strike back

11 March 2017

BRIDGETOWN – At tea, Barbados Pride reached 212 for five off 61 overs in their first innings against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes on the first day of their sixth round match in the Digicel Regional 4-Day Tournament at Kensington Oval here Saturday. Resuming from... Read More

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Chase, Brooks steady innings after loss of early wickets

11 March 2017

BRIDGETOWN – Barbados Pride reached 116 for two off 31 overs in their first innings against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes at lunch on the first day of their sixth round match in the Digicel Regional Four-Day Championship at Kensington Oval here Saturday. The not... Read More

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50th Test match for Sabina

11 March 2017

ST JOHNS – When West Indies line up against Pakistan at Sabina Park for the 1st Test of this year’s series in Kingston from April 21 to 25, it will be the 50th Test Match for one of the region’s most popular cricket venues. Sabina Park, like Kensington Oval in Barbados... Read More

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Irate Oval fans

10 March 2017

DISGRUNTLED and frustrated! That was the general consensus among fans at Kensington Oval yesterday for the Oneindig One-Day International between West Indies and England. In addition to the high prices to gain access to the Oval, patrons were annoyed by the long... Read More

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Regional 4Day resumes

10 March 2017

ST.JOHN’S, Antigua – White balls, coloured kit and dark sightscreens will be replaced by red balls, white flannels and light-coloured sightscreens, as the second half of the Digicel Regional 4-Day Tournament begins on Friday. Following the lengthy break for the Christmas/New... Read More

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Call for cricket hall of fame

10 March 2017

FORMER SCHOOL PRINCIPAL and long-standing cricket administrator Jeff Broomes has recommended the establishment of a national cricket hall of fame. The former Barbados Cricket Association vice-president, who served for many years as national youth team manager, made... Read More

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Windies Women clash with Aussies in opener

09 March 2017

LONDON – West Indies will open their Women’s World Cup cricket campaign in June against arch-rivals Australia Women, in a repeat of last year’s Twenty20 World Cup final in India. The Caribbean side and the Aussies also met in the final of the last 50-overs World... Read More

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WI play for pride

09 March 2017

WEST INDIES are seeking redemption, England are on a quest for a 3-0 blowout. It may be a dead rubber but there is much to play for in today’s third ONEINDIG One-Day International at Kensington Oval. Speaking at team practice yesterday morning, hometown skipper Jason... Read More

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