With the ICC T20 World Cup win at their backs, the Barbados Cricket Association is capitalising on the momentum of the women’s achievement and has since launched an outreach programme which has seen national coaches going after new players at the grassroots level. In an effort to widen the reach of the sport and also
Attached you will find the statement from the Full Member Boards supporting the position by the WICB regarding its position – disagreeing with CARICOM’s call for the dissolution of the Board. The statement was signed in Kingston at the Annual General Meeting in Kingston on Saturday, March 5.
A 10-wicket match haul from Barbados Pride’s part time off spinner Roston Chase failed to prevent the Guyana Jaguars from extending their unbeaten streak to 14 when they held on for a draw in their seventh round PCL Four-Day cricket match which ended at the Kensington Oval yesterday. The 23-year-old Chase who has 496 runs
Saturday during the Tea break of the seventh round PCL game between the Guyana Jaguars and the Barbados Pride at the Kensington Oval, the Managers of both teams presented the Little Pink Gift Foundation with a team shirt with autographs of every team member from both sides. Little Pink Gift Foundation was established in 2010
The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has flatly said no to the CARICOM proposal regarding dissolution of the entity. CARICOM had earlier this year appointed a sub-committee to review the governance of West Indies cricket. That sub-committee, as one of its proposals, suggested the disbanding of the WICB as being important to bringing about changes