Tour not total loss for Collymore
Tour not total loss for Collymore

Corey Collymore is speaking highly of the benefits he gained from the recent ill-fated West Indies tour of England

Kellman's light idea
Kellman's light idea

The chairman of the Barbados Fire & Commercial cricket competitions is looking forward to the day when domestic limited-overs cricket will be played under lights

Griffith has regrets
Griffith has regrets

With those words, Adrian Griffith reflected on what he needed to do to have had a much more successful tour of England

Cricket worse off without ‘Freddo'
Cricket worse off without ‘Freddo'

Roy Fredericks was remembered yesterday as an outstanding cricketer, tough competitor, and a dominant, forceful and courageous character who enjoyed life to the fullest

‘Patto' rocks Spartan
‘Patto' rocks Spartan

When Patterson Thompson is having a bad day, he can be terrible

CP's fairytail
CP's fairytail

Full of twists and turns throughout, the Cable & Wireless BET Under-15 cricket final witnessed its last and most compelling piece of drama yesterday

Broomes rocks Coleridge Parry
Broomes rocks Coleridge Parry

On another evening of high drama, Kirk Broomes produced an incisive spell of controlled swing bowling that has given Alexandra a distinct advantage in the Cable & Wireless Under-15 final against their St

Crackling start to final
Crackling start to final

If many thought last year's stalemates between northern neighbours Alexandra and Coleridge and Parry lacked excitement, the same could not be said of yesterday's opening day of the Cable & Wireless Under-15 cricket final

Willoughby makes it a gloomy day for Bajans
Willoughby makes it a gloomy day for Bajans

The ugly clouds that hovered over Kensington Oval for most of yesterday was in keeping with the performance of the Barbados team in the middle

Bradshaw impresses
Bradshaw impresses

There was little to report on the third day of the encounter between Barbados and South Africa 'A' yesterday, but at least one player made a forceful statement

Mixed fortunes for Bajans
Mixed fortunes for Bajans

The New-Look Barbados team presented a mixture of exciting and enigmatic stuff yesterday

Barbados hit back on Day 1
Barbados hit back on Day 1

The first day of cricket at the island's newest first-class venue was one in which both Barbados and South Africa 'A'will claim some degree of satisfaction

West Indies: Cool breeze at Windward
West Indies: Cool breeze at Windward

There was a new, refreshing look to first-class cricket yesterday

Merger should be 'mulled over'
Merger should be 'mulled over'

Prior to the annual general meeting of the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) on July 20, Sunday sun cricket correspondent Haydn Gill asked presidential candidate and former Long-standing Barbados Cricket League (BCL) president Owen Estwick what his

Thompson back in the game
Thompson back in the game

Derwin Thompson is back

WI local: Durham meet Dover's delight
WI local: Durham meet Dover's delight

Piton Dover Cricket Club is more than a cricket club

Estwick back with the boys
Estwick back with the boys

Did anyone ever wonder what had become of Roddy Estwick since his days as a Barbados cricketer

Great expectations
Great expectations

Jason Parris is a young and still relatively inexperienced cricketer

WI local: Maple delight
WI local: Maple delight

In a virtual carbon copy of last season, Maple plan to claim maximum points as a result of Police's inability to field a team in their latest Courts/Suzuki Division 1 cricket match

West Indies: Passport clear-up
West Indies: Passport clear-up

A Member of the West Indies Under-15 cricket team was allowed to travel to England on an expired passport on Tuesday evening