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Crane & Equipment Brereton lead police

Crane & Equipment Brereton held the advantage over Police, on the opening day of the Barbados Cricket Association’s Division 2 three-day final at the North Stars Ground, Crab Hill, St Lucy today. At the close of play, Police were 129 for nine off 26 overs in reply to Brereton’s first innings total of 162 for […]

World media salute great Barbados

World media salute great Barbados

Barbadians are truly a very proud people. And when it comes to the wonderful game of cricket, please don’t challenge them on its rich history of winning the West Indies first-class Championship the most times, as well as the large number of world-class players the island has produced over the years. Last week this column […]

Olive branch?

Olive branch?

The impasse between the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and Darren Bravo could be at an end. The problems began after Bravo was offered a ‘C’ contract by the WICB, the lowest attainable central retainer, which the West Indies number-three refused. In explaining the decision, WICB president, Dave Cameron spoke on SportsMax’s SportsMax Zone, about […]

One step forward, two steps…

One step forward, two steps…

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Legendary West Indies captain Sir Vivian Richards, says the recent sending home of Darren Bravo from the Tri-Nations Series is another indicator of the lack of progress in West Indies cricket. Speaking to the Observer newspaper in his homeland, the former master batsman said whenever there were positive strides made, there […]

CPL boom

CPL boom

The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) continues to get bigger each year. Today CPL organisers announced that the regional Twenty20 showpiece had once again exceeded global viewership figures for the just concluded season, with a nearly 44 percent increase over the previous year. According to figures, this year’s tournament enjoyed an audience of 134 million, a […]

Drenched

Drenched

KINGSTON, Jamaica – There were precious few sparks on a drama-less final day as the third round game between Jamaica Scorpions and Barbados ended in a dull draw at Sabina Park Monday. Resuming the day on 153 for four, Pride failed to muster anything spectacular enough to turn the tide, and were dismissed for 273 […]

St Giles cruise into semis

St Giles cruise into semis

St Giles Primary crushed St Christopher by 100 runs Friday at Briar Hall, Christ Church, to cruise into the semi-finals of the Guardian Group Herman Griffith Primary Schools Cricket Competition. Batting first, St Giles made 122 for 3 in their 20 overs with Reviere Cottle slamming an unbeaten 64 while Rommel Smith chipped in with 28. […]

Washed away

Washed away

BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe – West Indies were dumped from the Tri-Nations Series Friday after rain, combined with careless cricket, condemned them to a shocking five-run loss to Zimbabwe under the Duckworth/Lewis in a must-win contest. Chasing a modest 219 at Queens Sports Club for a place in Sunday’s final against Sri Lanka, West Indies slumped to 93 […]

Crunch time

Crunch time

BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe – West Indies start Friday’s crucial encounter against hosts Zimbabwe as favourites. But they will take nothing for granted as they seek to reach Sunday’s final against Sri Lanka in the One-Day International Tri-Nations series. Captain Jason Holder said he expected Zimbabwe to come out blasting on all cylinders, still fired-up from their miraculous […]

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