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HEADLINE: Barbados Pride officially rewarded

 
CaribbeanCricket.com 2020-10-14 11:38:37 

Barbados Pride have finally gotten their hands on the Headley/Weekes Trophy for capturing this year’s Cricket West Indies first-class tournament.

Legendary all-rounder Sir Garry Sobers, Barbados’ only living National Hero, presented the trophy to Pride captain Kraigg Brathwaite during a luncheon event hosted last weekend by the Barbados Cricket Association.

The tournament was halted after eight rounds following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in the region and Pride were subsequently declared winners after topping the standings with 134.8 points.

Read more at Barbados Today


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natty_forever 2020-10-14 13:11:38 

Only way them can win. lol lol lol

 
Ray123 2020-10-14 13:18:12 

In reply to CaribbeanCricket.com

Congratulations Pride!

 
openning 2020-10-14 16:30:27 

In reply to natty_forever

Number of wins by team (since 1965–66)[edit]
Team Wins
Barbados 22 (plus 1 shared)
Jamaica 12
Guyana 10 (plus 1 shared)
Trinidad and Tobago 4 (plus 1 shared)
Leeward Islands 3 (plus 1 shared)
Combined Islands 1

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natty_forever 2020-10-14 23:33:28 

In reply to openning

You did born them times?

In other words how many of those were won this century.

 
openning 2020-10-15 02:12:06 

In reply to natty_forever
Six rings this century?
How many have your island won?
Jamaica 8
Guyana 5
Barbados 7

In the 55 years of the regional 4 day tournament T&T has won 4 and tied 1
Where is my brother Imusic?

 
velo 2020-10-15 14:52:28 

the members from leewsrds and windwards on this forum are in hiding when they saw these stas,normally they have a lot to say lol lol not winning a champioship in 40 years wuh loss afer producing those great phenoms nixon mclean,junior murray,rawle lewis darren sammy,

 
openning 2020-10-15 15:09:37 

In reply to velo

At lease the Leewards produced four great West Indies players, Roberts, Richards, Richardson and Ambrose.
Leewards won 3 , tied 1.
The Windwards has not produce any known greats, and has never won a regional 4 day tournament.
The Combined Islands won one.

 
analyst-kid 2020-10-15 15:34:12 

Barbados has arguably the strongest bowling reserves to serve them the next decade...both in pace, medium pace and spin.

The problem with Barbados is the lazy unaderachieving veteran batsmen like Carter, Brooks and Hope at FC LEVEL.

The batting is led by Mayers, Chase Brathwaite and Dowrich and Brathwaite the real FC bully has grown lazy....but right now Brathwaite is blazing the trail in the local 20/20 tournament so maybe his batting will be more enterprising.

 
openning 2020-10-15 15:46:04 

In reply to analyst-kid

Shai has not played 4-day cricket for Barbados since 2017, that was discussed on Mason and guest last evening.
The same goes for Pooran, who has not represented T&T in the longest version since about 2014.