BCA hits out at Rudi Webster
BCA hits out at Rudi Webster

The Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) has hit out at Dr Rudi Webster for his strong comments over alleged indiscipline of Barbadian students at the Shell Cricket Academy of St George's University

Sanford looking to regain place in WI team
Sanford looking to regain place in WI team

Adam Sanford isn't exactly your typically menacing fast bowler

Bowl of joy
Bowl of joy

DISCOVERY BAY, Jamaica - The smiles were as wide as the stretch from Nergril in the west to Port Antonio in the east

`Best chance ever'
`Best chance ever'

We have come here to win and if we don't win, we haven't achieved our mission

Ace in the pack
Ace in the pack

He has failed to take a single wicket in any of Barbados' four preliminary matches

Drakes: Joke Charge
Drakes: Joke Charge

KINGSTON - Vasbert Drakes has described a fine leveled at him for using indecent language as "nonsense" and plans to make a formal appeal to have his name cleared

Confident 'Chief'
Confident 'Chief'

KINGSTON - It's 45 minutes after they have been soundly beaten in their latest Red Stripe Bowl match

Richards keen on playing, if knee permits
Richards keen on playing, if knee permits

KINGSTON - In the face of conflicting stories over the status of a recurring knee injury, Dale Richards revealed here yesterday that he was keen on playing in Barbados' Red Stripe Bowl semifinal against Trinidad and Tobago on Friday

Under-19 team playing fast ball
Under-19 team playing fast ball

Barbados' triumphant under-19 cricketers have not even had a decent chance to bask in the glory of their regional three-day title

The Won-der boys
The Won-der boys

Heartbeats fluttered at a rate twice the speed of Merlene Ottey

Bajan hierarchy: Holes in Bowl
Bajan hierarchy: Holes in Bowl

The expansion of the Red Stripe Bowl to include a few undistinguished teams has attracted criticism in certain quarters, but Barbados captain Courtney Browne and coach Hendy Springer are willing to give the move a chance to develop

`Discipline' missing from West Indies cricket
`Discipline' missing from West Indies cricket

It's 9:50 a.m

Trials in trouble
Trials in trouble

With several players on overseas duties for varying reasons, the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) is considering scrapping trial matches for the forthcoming Red Stripe Bowl

Black Caps not happy
Black Caps not happy

Dissatisfied with information they received during the final stages of the decisive fifth Cable & Wireless One-Day International, New Zealand have filed a formal complaint to vent their feelings

Not adding up
Not adding up

Stephen Fleming knows precisely why New Zealand won Wednesday's fourth Cable & Wireless One-Day International in which contentious calculations raised eyebrows around the region

So close for West Indies
So close for West Indies

One of the most over-used sayings in sports it ain't over till the fat lady sings echoed around the Queen's Park Oval yesterday evening

Cakewalk for West Indies
Cakewalk for West Indies

From about 3:30 p.m

Ground's swell
Ground's swell

St Lucia has hosted several outstanding Jazz Festivals in the past but it has never been the venue for the type of electrifying atmosphere that was generated at its new state-of-the-art Beausejour Stadium yesterday

New ground sets standard
New ground sets standard

St Lucia's new ultra-modern Beausejour Stadium has been labelled as the benchmark for future construction and development of international cricket grounds in the Caribbean

Top marks to new group
Top marks to new group

The translation of its name could not have been more fitting