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Home advantage ‘must count’

28 August 2017

MARQUEE OVERSEAS player Kane Williamson says it is imperative Barbados Tridents make home advantage count as they prepare for their pivotal home leg of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) starting tomorrow. Tridents have had a difficult road trip, ending with... Read More


Pollard’s big hitting just not enough

07 August 2017

KIERON POLLARD lashed a belligerent half-century but it was not enough to prevent Barbados Tridents from sliding to a defeat by 12 runs against Jamaica Talawahs in the fifth match of the Caribbean Premier League yesterday. The captain belted 62 off 33 balls that... Read More


Windies struggle against Kent

07 August 2017

CANTERBURY – Jermaine Blackwood continued to press his case for a return to the Test side with another half-century while Shai Hope was again among the runs as West Indies rallied against Kent on the opening day of their three-day tour game yesterday. Opting to bat... Read More


CBC TV coverage of CPL in doubt

04 August 2017

ON THE EVE of the Caribbean Premier League, it has not yet been confirmed if the tournament will be televised on the island’s only television station, the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). When contacted on Wednesday, head of television Cecily Clarke-Richmond... Read More


Another fifty for Chase

04 August 2017

CHELMSFORD – Kemar Roach’s impressive five-wicket haul and Roston Chase’s second half-century highlighted the final day of West Indies’ drawn three-day first-class game against English County Essex yesterday. Roach added two wickets to his overnight tally to end... Read More


Rain halts victory

03 August 2017

RAIN DENIED Barbados the opportunity of recording a fourth consecutive win and securing the Regional Under-15 cricket title, when the contest against Guyana, played at the KMV Oval in Lakes, St Andrew, yesterday, was abandoned at 4:45 pm due to rain. Both teams were... Read More


Roach’s form stings Essex

03 August 2017

CHELMSFORD, England – Fast bowler Kemar Roach erased any doubt about his form and fitness with a brilliant spell which brightened an otherwise dour second day of the West Indies three-day tour game against Essex, yesterday. Only two hours play were possible at Essex... Read More


Over to Conde

28 July 2017

CONDE RILEY was elected as the new Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) president last night in his third attempt to secure the sport’s top local administrative post. In one of the most eagerly anticipated elections battles in recent years, this one was triggered by... Read More


Riley leads new BCA board

27 July 2017

CONDE RILEY is the new president of the Barbados Cricket Association. The experienced cricket administrator was elected at the 15th special meeting of members on Thursday night after convincingly brushing aside the challenge of former first vice-president Deighton... Read More


Special send-off for Hope brothers

27 July 2017

BROTHERS Kyle and Shai Hope were given a fitting send-off to England by their local club ESA Field Pickwick and their sponsors at an informal ceremony on Tuesday night at the clubhouse, at FourSquare Oval. With representative of ESA Field, Louis Griffith, indicating... Read More


Bajan lads start with a victory

27 July 2017

A magnificent partnership between Tremaine Dowrich of St Leonard’s Boys’ School and Christ Church Foundation’s Jakeem Forde led Barbados Under-15 to a great start in their quest to win their fourth, and the first on home soil, Cricket West Indies Under-15 Tournament... Read More


Winning start for Young Windies

24 July 2017

HARARE – Bhaskar Yadram extended his fine of form with another half-century as West Indies Under-19s made a winning start to their three-match One-Day International series against Zimbabwe Under-19s with a 39-run victory yesterday. The 17-year-old right-hander top-scored... Read More


Empire snatch dramatic win

24 July 2017

A SURPRISE declaration by ESA Field Pickwick ended in disaster after ICBL Empire accepted the challenge and won by eight wickets on the final day of their Barbados Cricket Association’s second round Elite Division match yesterday. The hosts were tearing the Bank... Read More


England win Women’s World Cup in thrilling finish

23 July 2017

LONDON – England won their fourth Women’s World Cup when Anya Shrubsole took six wickets to clinch a nine-run victory over India amid delirious scenes at a packed Lord’s on Sunday. The home side looked in danger of defeat as India chased down their total of 228-7,... Read More


Under-15 venue changes

22 July 2017

A NUMBER OF changes have been made to the original fixtures for the Cricket West Indies (CWI) Regional Under-15 Competition which is being contested in Barbados for the first time. St Catherine's Club, which previously hosted matches when the Regional Under-19 Tournament... Read More


Archer makes career-best strike

21 July 2017

SOUTHAMPTON – Exciting Barbadian seamer Jofra Archer snatched career-best Twenty20 figures as he helped fire Sussex to a comfortable victory over Hampshire, in the English T20 Blast here Thursday. Playing at the Ageas Bowl in the South Group, the 22-year-old right-armer... Read More


Regional Under-19 titles up for grabs

20 July 2017

ST JOHN’S – Fresh from the Under-17 Regional Title, Trinidad and Tobago are ready to defend their title in the Under-19 three-day tournament, set to start in St Kitts next Monday. Guyana will also defend their 50-over title, with that format beginning on August 15.... Read More


Praise for West Indies Under-19s

20 July 2017

DURBAN – West Indies Under-19s head coach, Graeme West, has praised the resolve of his players after they produced a sterling comeback to snatch a dramatic last-over victory over South Africa Under-19s and take the five-match Youth One-Day International series 3-2 here... Read More


T&T retain title as rain ruins Under-17 tourney

19 July 2017

PORT OF SPAIN – Trinidad and Tobago retained their Regional Under-17 title after all three final round matches were abandoned because of heavy rain from the passage of Tropical Storm Don here Tuesday. The hosts ended on 19.8 points with Barbados second on 16 and... Read More


England Lions coming to Caribbean next year

16 July 2017

ST JOHN’S – Cricket West Indies has announced yesterday the match schedule for the England Lions Tour of the Caribbean next February. The Lions, the official name of the England A-Team, will face their regional counterparts in a series of three “Tests” and three... Read More


Committed Stafford wants to be secretary

16 July 2017

LONG-STANDING board member Winston Stafford is hoping his loyalty, experience in administration, plans for infrastructural improvement of clubs, coaching education and training for ground staff, will land him the post of honorary secretary of the Barbados Cricket Association... Read More


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