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    February 21

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Windies women make history ahead of ICC championship series

05 February 2019

The Women’s team also demonstrated great Caribbean spirit as they won the first series win by a non-Asian team in Pakistan for 15 years. Congratulating the Windies Women on their 2-1 T20I series win over Pakistan Women in Karachi over the weekend, the President said... Read More


Cameron celebrates players’ spirit in light of teams’ victories and Holder’s suspension

05 February 2019

ST JOHN’S – President of Cricket West Indies, Dave Cameron is calling on the Windies men to remain encouraged as captain Jason Holder will miss the third Test due to a suspension. Read More


Fast bowlers lead the charge in Test rankings

05 February 2019

Windies captain Jason Holder and Australia’s Pat Cummins lead a charge of the fast brigade in the MRF Tyres ICC Test Player Rankings after their sides completed commanding victories over England and Sri Lanka, respectively. Read More


BDFSP in 12-0 romp

04 February 2019

IT WAS a football match with a cricket score. Omani Leacock scored a hat-trick as the Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme (BDFSP) inflicted the heaviest defeat of the season when they used all the weapons in their arsenal to hammer Notre Dameby a massive 12-0... Read More


Appeal it!

04 February 2019

A FORMER England captain and Test cricket’s second highest wicket-taker have joined a chorus of criticism over a one-match suspension imposed on West Indies captain Jason Holder.The International Cricket Council (ICC) yesterday confirmed Holder’s suspension and a 40... Read More


St Kitts and Nevis Patriots franchise sold to City Sports

04 February 2019

The St Kitts and Nevis Patriots franchise, part of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL), has been purchased by City Sports, Hong Kong - part of the City Group of companies. City Sports are not new to cricket franchise ownership. They own City Kaitak in the Hong... Read More


Simmons serves notice

03 February 2019

ASHLYN SIMMONS has put everyone on notice. Primary school sports’ most dominant distance runner made quite the statement, sending a clear message ahead of NAPSAC with a pair of dominant victories to highlight Saturday’s Young Olympians meet at the National Stadium.... Read More


Masters player collapses and dies

03 February 2019

THE CARIBBEAN UNITED masters football team has been thrown into mourning following the sudden death of player Miguel Nurse.The 38-year-old Guyanese national complained of feeling ill during his side’s match against Weymouth Wales at the Barbados Lumber Company’s Waterford,... Read More


Two pace vacancies

03 February 2019

WEST INDIES could be looking to a new-look fast bowling attack for the final Test against England. Amidst reports that captain Jason Holder will miss the Test because of a one-match ban for the team’s slow over-rate, there is also uncertainty surrounding the availability... Read More


Jason Holder banned for third Test

03 February 2019

West Indies captain Jason Holder will miss the final Test against England after being banned by the International Cricket Council. Read More


Pride facing innings defeat

02 February 2019

It was a case of opposites on Saturday as West Indies were winning but Barbados’ reserve cricketers were losing. If West Indies cricket, boosted by six Barbadians in the starting team, seems to be strong again with their second straight resounding victory over England,... Read More


Naomi nails Breeders Stakes

02 February 2019

Naomi ran away with Saturday’s feature race, the Michael Parravicino Memorial Hopeful Breeders Stakes & Trophy (Gr-II) over 1 570 metres for Barbados three-year-olds, at the Garrison Savannah. Read More


Windies regain Wisden Trophy with 10-wicket victory

02 February 2019

NORTH SOUND – West Indies crushed England by 10 wickets inside three days of the second Test here Saturday, to regain the Wisden Trophy with a match to spare in the three-Test series. Set 14 wins to win after routing England for a paltry 132 in their second innings,... Read More


Joseph, Holder leave England wobbling

02 February 2019

NORTH SOUND – Grieving fast bowler Alzarri Joseph and captain Jason Holder shared four wickets as West Indies battered England in the second session, to remain in command of a compelling second Test here Saturday. Read More


WIPA extends sympathies to Alzarri Joseph and family

02 February 2019

KINGSTON, JAMAICA – The West Indies Players’ Association (WIPA) extends regards to young Windies fast-bowler Alzarri Joseph on the passing of his mother, Sharon Joseph. Read More


Windies in mourning as Alzarri Joseph’s mother dies

02 February 2019

West Indies fast bowler Alzarri Joseph, announced that his mother, Sharon, died ahead of play today, the third day of the Test against England in Antigua. While there is no confirmation on Joseph’s involvement in the remainder of the Test, he was part of a team huddle... Read More


 Yellow stings at Springer

01 February 2019

The Stinging Bees (Yellow) left their hive at Government Hill to do damage while retaining their title yesterday at Springer Memorial’s Inter-House Athletic Championships at the National Stadium. Read More


Windies grind England for lead

01 February 2019

NORTH SOUND, Antigua – West Indies dispensed with flair and charisma for the virtues of grind and attrition, as they wore down luckless England yesterday, to drive home their advantage on a compelling second day of the second Test. Read More


2nd DAY CLOSE- England vs West Indies  –2nd Test

01 February 2019

NORTH SOUND,– West Indies, replying to England’s 187, were 272 for six in their first innings at the close on the second day of the second Test at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground here Friday. Read More


WI/ENG-LUNCH England 2nd day, 2nd Test

01 February 2019

NORTH SOUND, Antigua, – West Indies, replying to England’s 187, were 126 for one in their first innings at lunch on the second day of the second Test at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground here Friday. Read More


A Green takeover

01 February 2019

The Green Gladiators fought valiantly to ensure they were at the forefront when the curtains came down on West Terrace Primary School’s Inter-House Athletic Championships yesterday at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex. Read More


With more public servants set to go home next month, do you think that the Barbados Economic Recovery and Transformation programme (BERT) is working?