More landmarks for Hooper, Chanderpaul
More landmarks for Hooper, Chanderpaul

It's beginning to look a lot like Hooper and Chanderpaul

Merv-ellous!
Merv-ellous!

Whoever said the West Indies' fast bowlers were no good

'Chop Suey' hurting team
'Chop Suey' hurting team

Since the start of 2000, the West Indies have used 28 players in 14 Tests a staggering statistic however you look at it

After the leading edge
After the leading edge

As one who has worn many hats in Barbados' and West Indies' cricket, David Holford appreciates the importance of the junior coaching programmes at some of the island's clubs

Cool `Breese' for selectors
Cool `Breese' for selectors

Mike Findlay and his fellow selectors should have a relatively simple task when they sit down tomorrow to pick the West Indies team for the opening Cable & Wireless Test against India

India aiming to break out
India aiming to break out

India arrived in the Caribbean yesterday admitting they face a challenge in winning their first series away from the sub-continent in almost a decade

Pace the missing link in under-15 competition
Pace the missing link in under-15 competition

The annual regional Under-15 competition bowls off in Trinidad on Saturday with a few concerns being expressed even before a ball has been bowled

George's formula
George's formula

The Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) and the National Sports Council (NSC) must forge closer links if the success of the council's Under-13 programme is to bear fruit in the development of youth cricket

Recall for 'Old Boys'
Recall for 'Old Boys'

While emphasising that they had not abandoned their policy of rebuilding, the West Indies cricket selectors yesterday included two almost forgotten over-30s in a 22-man training squad in preparation for the home series against India

Bajans win and bear it
Bajans win and bear it

The level of celebration at Kensington Oval yesterday was not in keeping with the margin of victory

Sugar-caned
Sugar-caned

If there were a crime called cricket brutality, Barbados cricketers would be wanted men this morning

Arjunes' eyes on big time
Arjunes' eyes on big time

For whatever reasons, two Guyanese brothers have been ignored by successive local selection panels at varying levels

Regional conflicts mar Busta Cup
Regional conflicts mar Busta Cup

Regional cricket associations have been knocked for seemingly withholding their best players from representing the West Indies 'B' team in the Busta Series

Barbaados still have shield to play for
Barbaados still have shield to play for

The Valley, Anguilla Having surrendered their cup title, Barbados will try to restore some pride over the next four days

Bajans rebound
Bajans rebound

Barbados completed their expected victory over Bangladesh `A' yesterday at 1:34 p.m

Floyd Reifer slams ton
Floyd Reifer slams ton

Actions, they say, sometimes speak louder than words

West Indies still upbeat
West Indies still upbeat

The West Indies returned home yesterday from another catastrophic overseas tour singing the usual upbeat tune

Coach hits out at Trinidad pitch
Coach hits out at Trinidad pitch

Hendy Springer isn't making any excuse, but the Barbados coach feels the pitch they encountered at the Queen's Park Oval last weekend wasn't up to scratch for first-class cricket

Give youth a chance!
Give youth a chance!

Were the Barbados cricket selectors correct in exposing so many young players at the start of the 2002 Busta Series

Bajan version of West Indies
Bajan version of West Indies

Oh dear, what can the matter be