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Shillingford in Test frame

23 May 2010

AFTER ten years blocked from West Indies selection Read More

Bagatelle's time to shine

23 May 2010

IT WILL BE a date with destiny for theLord WilloughbyTavern BagatelleUnited footballersat the NationalStadium tonight. Read More


'Reds' puts his life story in print

22 May 2010

Joseph "Reds" Perreira, a household name in Caribbean cricket circles as a commentator for more than 30 years, has released an autobiography  Living My Dreams that has just hit the shelves  of Caribbean bookstores. Read More

Brathwaite in WI 'A' squad

22 May 2010

PROLIFIC Barbadian opening  batsman Kraigg Brathwaite has been included in a West Indies ‘A’ team  14-man squad to tour England and Ireland from June 5 to July 8. Read More

Bring it, says ICC

22 May 2010

LONDON – The International Cricket Council (ICC) wants  the umpire decision review system introduced  to all Test matches  "as soon as possible". Read More

WI at it again

22 May 2010

Two days after a fifth defeat that should leave them doing some serious soul-searching, West Indies have to change the mindset and adjust to a longer version of the game. Read More

Fidel's cry

21 May 2010

WEST INDIES fast bowler Fidel Edwards  is frustrated by the slow pace of his rehabilitation from a back injury. Read More

Losing WI do sprints

21 May 2010

AN HOUR after the West Indies  lost a second successive  Digicel Twenty20 International  to South Africa yesterday, the players were still on the outfield of the Vivian Richards Stadium. Read More

Windies 'A' wrap up victory

21 May 2010

MIRPUR – Lionel Baker and Shane Shillingford shared the last three wickets, and formalised a 114-run victory  for West Indies "A"  over Bangladesh "A"  in their first "unofficial" Test yesterday. Read More


Run that got away

21 May 2010

Another low-scoring Digicel Twenty20 International, played out on another difficult pitch  at the Vivian Richards  Stadium yesterday, ended  in a heart-breaking defeat  by one run for West Indies  that gave South Africa  a 2-0 series triumph. Read More

Holding: Not my cup of T

21 May 2010

LONDON – Michael Holding has come off the long run, continuing his verbal assault on the Twenty20 format and taking aim at the game’s administrators. Read More

Butts talks on WI team choices

20 May 2010

WEST INDIES’ cricket selectors have duplicated the unsuccessful World Twenty20 squad for the series against South Africa because possible replacements are in Bangladesh and others in the Caribbean have failed to make use of previous chances. Read More

Lara not in for Surrey deal

20 May 2010

LONDON – Brian Lara will not play for English county Surrey the Daily Telegraph has reported. Read More

Bolt wins 100 in Daegu

20 May 2010

DAEGU, South Korea – Usain Bolt won the  100 metres in 9.86 seconds in his season debut at the Daegu  meet yesterday. Read More


Hard loss

20 May 2010

IT WAS a comedy of errors and another unacceptable embarrassment. Read More

St John Sonnets returning to BFA's Premier League

19 May 2010

ST JOHN SONNETS will be returning to the Barbados Football Association’s Digicel Premier League next year. Read More

Double wins for Bajan hurdlers

19 May 2010

HURDLERS Kierre Beckles and Shane Brathwaite had double victories over the weekend at the National Junior College Athletic Association’s Region 1 Championships at Mesa Community College in Arizona. Read More

Mayers duo rallying again

19 May 2010

RALLY BARBADOS 2005 winner Roger "His Hotness" Mayers will team up with his brother Barry to present a formidable team in Sol Rally Barbados later this month. Read More

Fit Lara weighing Twenty20 options

19 May 2010

Former world batting star Brian Lara has begun his preparation for a possible return to cricket, as speculation continues over a stint with English County Surrey and a debut in the lucrative Indian Premier League next year. Read More


Proving ground

19 May 2010

A YEAR AGO, the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground was the subject of embarrassment after a sandy outfield forced the abandonment  of a Test match. Read More

Meakins, Simpson win squash titles

18 May 2010

The two best Barbadian players over the past decade, Karen Meakins and Shawn Simpson, were both pushed hard but ultimately prevailed in their respective finals Read More



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