Sagicor teams up with Holder

25 November 2015

SAGICOR is rolling out a new programme aimed at developing and equipping youth leaders to contribute positively to their communities. In keeping with the company’s mandate to better serve and enhance the communities in which it operates, young West Indies cricket... Read More


Windsor Park pitch under investigation

24 November 2015

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board confirmed on Monday that the pitch used for the third round match between Windward Islands Volcanoes and Leeward Islands Hurricanes in the Professional Cricket League Regional 4-Day Tournament in Dominica will be investigated.... Read More


Williams to officiate ICC Women’s World T20 qualifiers in Thailand

24 November 2015

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board announced on Monday that female umpire Jacqueline Williams has been appointed to the panel of match officials for the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 qualifiers, starting later this week in Thailand. The 39-year-old Williams... Read More


Pride crushed

24 November 2015

PROVIDENCE – A treasured record and successful era in Barbados’ cricket came to an end yesterday when Guyana won their first match in 31 years in this country against the Barbados Pride at the National Stadium. Memories of their heist last season were still fresh... Read More


Pride record at risk

23 November 2015

PROVIDENCE – Barbados’ treasured record spanning 31 years of unbeaten matches against Guyana in this country is under severe threat today when the third round of the WICB Professional Cricket League climaxes. Not since 1984 has Barbados lost a first class match in Guyana,... Read More


Wesley Hall rout champs

21 November 2015

WEST TERRACE’s run is no more. The defending champs were knocked out of the Guardian Group Herman Griffith Primary Schools’ Cricket Competition yesterday after suffering a 102-run quarter-final defeat at the hands of the tournament’s most successful team, Wesley... Read More


Jaguars dig in

21 November 2015

GEORGETOWN – Out of favour West Indies batsman Leon Johnson hit an unbeaten 73 to give defending champions Guyana Jaguars a solid start yesterday against the Barbados Pride. Captain Johnson has so far struck nine fours and two sixes off 199 balls to steer the Jaguars... Read More


Jaguars, Pride take centre stage in third round

20 November 2015

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Leaders and reigning champions Guyana Jaguars and long-time rivals Barbados Pride will be the centre attraction in the third round of the WICB Professional Cricket League Regional 4-Day Tournament, starting today at the Guyana National Stadium.... Read More


Umpires still not paid

20 November 2015

SOME LOCAL cricket umpires are complaining that they have not been paid for a few weeks. The Barbados Cricket Umpires Association (BCUA), however, is contending that those who have not been compensated for their services failed to follow the established procedures.... Read More


Cameron: Too late

19 November 2015

BELEAGUERED WEST INDIES CRICKET BOARD president Dave Cameron has denied claims he snubbed a request for an urgent meeting with CARICOM heads. And he has invited the leaders to next month’s board of directors meeting in St Lucia. In a letter addressed to secretary... Read More


3-pronged attack

18 November 2015

PORT OF SPAIN – Three former presidents of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) have condemned the decision by the Dave Cameron-led WICB to ignore a request for an urgent meeting with CARICOM leaders. Sir Wes Hall, Patrick Rousseau and Ken Gordon have also blasted... Read More


Forced to draw

17 November 2015

BARBADOS PRIDE didn’t proudly maintain their winning record against Trinidad and Tobago Red Force at Kensington Oval yesterday and had to settle for a stalemate. A late declaration, unpenetrative bowling on a placid last day pitch, stout Red Force batting resistance... Read More


Going for win

16 November 2015

THE PRIDE and industry were evident in the Barbados cricketers yesterday at Kensington Oval. But while this isn’t a wanton boast, the Bajan boys are in need of quick runs and plenty of time on the final day today to push for an outright victory against Trinidad and... Read More


BDF march on to eighth victory

16 November 2015

BARBADOS DEFENCE FORCE Sports Programme (BDFSP) went on a run spree to maintain their exemplary run in the Sagicor General Super Cup by rolling over ESA Field Pickwick by 144 runs in their final round match at Paragon yesterday. In marching to their eighth win in... Read More


TONY COZIER: Windies selection fix

15 November 2015

TOO much exposure to the Caribbean sun, or to its best known beverage, seems as plausible an explanation as any for the latest, seemingly daft decision by the West Indies selectors. They have chosen to immediately send the same 15 players just beaten in both Tests... Read More


UWI ready to help WICB with reform

15 November 2015

The University of the West Indies (UWI), as a sister regional institution, recognises and respects the long and mostly effective service of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) since its establishment in 1927. It gave oversight to our greatest cultural global achievement... Read More


Bats fail to fire

15 November 2015

THE MODERATE standard of batsmanship at the regional level was manifested at Kensington Oval yesterday with a painstaking display of below-par batting and snail-pace scoring by both sides. Firstly, Barbados Pride only eked out a further 53 runs in 27.3 overs and... Read More


Brathwaite pleased with team

10 November 2015

A PERSONAL century, the Player-Of-The match award and a comprehensive win for the team made Barbados Pride captain Kraigg Brathwaite a happy man yesterday afternoon after the conclusion of the first match of the WICB Professional Cricket League against Jamaica Scorpions... Read More


The Pride overwhelm Scorpions

10 November 2015

BARBADOS PRIDE strolled to a comfortable win by ten wickets over the Jamaica Scorpions yesterday, five minutes before lunch on the final day to open their account for the 2015 WICB Professional Cricket League with 17 points. A heavy shower that held up the start... Read More


Windies go down in first 20/20

10 November 2015

PALLEKELE – Sri Lanka’s batsmen produced a stroke-filled blitz here yesterday to set up a 30-run victory over the West Indies in the first Twenty20 International. Tillakaratne Dilshan’s top-score of 56 off 37 balls anchored a formidable total of 215 for three off... Read More


Pride of place

09 November 2015

PURPOSEFUL ABD PENETRATIVE BOWLING, backed up by impressive sure-handed fielding helped Barbados Pride move to within two wickets of an outright victory over Jamaica Scorpions when their first-round WICB Professional Cricket League Regional Four-Day match at Kensington... Read More




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