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Busy Kensington Oval

Busy Kensington Oval

Kensington Oval was a hive of activity Thursday and Friday as will be the case over the next three days. There was somewhat of a unique spectacle in that with Barbados Pride opposing title holders and front-runners Guyana Jaguars in the key eighth round match in the Digicel Regional four-day Championship, the West Indies and Pakistan squads […]

Super Shai!

Super Shai!

Defending champions Guyana Jaguars were 119 for the lost of four wickets at the end of the second day in their top of the table clash against Barbados Pride in the Digicel Regional Four Day Tournament at Kensington Oval Friday. The not out batsmen were retired Test great Shivnarine Chandepaul on 15 and Barbadian all-rounder […]

Windies looking to home advantage

Windies looking to home advantage

West Indies batting coach Toby Radford said Thursday the regional side would try to make home advantage count in the upcoming Twenty20 series against Pakistan, as they attempted to make amends for their dismal showing last September. Just seven months ago, the reigning Twenty20 World champions found themselves on the end of a humiliating series whitewash in […]

Pride in charge

Pride in charge

Barbados Pride held the distinct advantage against Guyana Jaguars at the end of the first day in their top of the table clash in the Digicel Regional Four Day Competition at Kensington Oval Thursday. The home team finished the day on 293 for the loss of two wickets. They were guided to their strong position by centuries from […]

Not all gloom

Not all gloom

The West Indies might not be winning Tests and One-Day International matches regularly, but several measures have been implemented by the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) over the past three years that should halt the team’s decline in international cricket, says WICB director Conde Riley. In an interview with Barbados TODAY Riley was adamant that the fortunes […]

Police win inaugural T20 competition

Police win inaugural T20 competition

Police are the victorious champions of the very first Kerrie Symmonds T20 Terry Worrell Memorial Cricket Competition after they crushed the home team Hoytes XI by 76 runs in Saturday night’s final at the Hoytes Village, St James playing field. Man of the Match was Larry Babb for his all round performance of 41 not […]

Even-steven

Even-steven

Barbados Pride were 22 without loss in response to the Windward Islands Volcanoes’ 283 all out, on the first day of their seventh round match of the Digicel-sponsored Regional Four Day Tournament at Kensington Oval Friday. Opener Anthony Alleyne was on 13 not out and stand-in opener Kevin Stoute who opened in place of regular […]

Red Force playing with fresh Hope

Red Force playing with fresh Hope

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago – Newly appointed Trinidad and Tobago Red Force captain, Kyle Hope, says last weekend’s comprehensive win in the Regional four-day championship has lifted the confidence levels of his side but has warned them to beware of the dangerous Guyana Jaguars who they clash with starting at Queen’s Park Friday. […]

What has Stoute done wrong?

What has Stoute done wrong?

Last Friday night, the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) recognized Barbados cricket captain Kevin Stoute as the “Most Outstanding Cricketer” for the 2016 Cricket season.  And would you believe that the “reward” that Stoute received for having achieved this notable distinction was to once again find himself not selected for the Barbados Tridents T20 team, or indeed, […]

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