Barbados Cricket

BARBADOS CRICKET ASSOCIATION

Kensington Oval
Fontabelle
St. Michael, Barbados 

Tel: (246) 274 1325
Fax: (246) 436 3945
Email: theoffice@bca.org.bb
Website: http://www.bcacricket.org

President: Joel Garner 
Secretary: Gregory Nicholls
CEO: Deighton Smith


The Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) controls cricket in Barbados.

Kingstown, St Vincent: Barbados recorded a massive victory by 224 runs over Dominica in the second round of matches in the West Indies Cricket Board's Women's 50-Over League on Friday. The Bajans, who were badly beaten by Jamaica on the opening day, hit back in a major way to make 283-7 off their 50 overs. They then bowled out the Dominicans for a mere 59 runs at Arnos Vale Playing Field 2. The best bowler was...

Kingstown, St Vincent: Pre-tournament favourites Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica both made it two wins in a row as the West Indies Cricket Board's Women's 50-Over League continued on Friday. Trinidad and Tobago had a close win by 13 runs over St Vincent and the Grenadines at Arnos Vale Playing Field 1, while Jamaica trounced St Lucia by 130 runs at Victoria Park. The day’s biggest win however was recorded...

Kingstown, St Vincent: Trinidad and Tobago continue to make a solid defence of their title as the West Indies Cricket Board’s Women’s 50-Over League continued on Sunday with the third round of matches. The Trinis, who started the match with eight points following two wins, won the toss and sent Grenada in to bat. Grenada have already been reduced to five runs for one wicket in the second over of their Zone B match at...

Kingstown, St Vincent: Barbados announced themselves as major title contenders with an emphatic win over St Lucia as the West Indies Cricket Board's Women's 50-Over League continued on Sunday with the third round of matches. The Bajans bundled out the St Lucians for a mere 47 runs off 19.4 overs at Arnos Vale Playing Field 2. They then raced to 48-2 off 16.2 overs to win by eight overs, before lunch to end Zone...

St Vincent and the Grenadines are fighting hard to secure a place in the semi-finals as the West Indies Cricket Board’s Women’s 50-Over League continued on Sunday with the third round of matches. The home team reached 80-4 at the end of the 37th over in reply to 114 made by Guyana at Arnos Vale Playing Field 1.

The mainstain of the home side’s innings was opener Cordel Jack who made 34 before she was...

Summarised scores in the third and final preliminary round of matches in the West Indies Cricket Board's Women's 50-Over League on Sunday:
Zone A
At Arnos Vale 2:
St Lucia 47 all out (Shakera Selman 5-24, Kyshonna Knight 2-8). Barbados 48-2. Barbados won by 8 wickets

At Stubbs: Jamaica 189 all out (Shanel Daley 44, Roshana Outar 21 not out). Dominica 41 all out (Vanessa Watts 3-2...

Kingstown, St Vincent: Jamaica and Barbados showcased their dominance in Zone A as they soundly beat Dominica and St Lucia in the third and final preliminary round of matches in the West Indies Cricket Board's Women's 50-Over League on Sunday. The Bajans bowled out the St Lucians for 47 and trounced then by eight wickets at Arnos Vale Playing Field 2, while the Jamaican dismissed the Dominicans for 41 in a...

Kingstown, St Vincent: The stage is set for today’s semi-finals in the West Indies Cricket Board’s Women’s 50-Over League. In the first match at Arnos Vale Playing Field 2, Jamaica won the toss and sent St Vincent and the Grenadines in to bat. The Vincentians reached 29-0 at the end of the eighth over. Opener Juliana Nero is on 16 not out.

In the other clash at Arnos Vale...

Kingstown, St Vincent: Trinidad and Tobago fought back well against Barbados to reach 54-2 in the 17th over against Barbados in the semi-final of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Women’s 50-Over League on Monday. After being jolted at 7-2, the defending champs recovered thanks to a solid stand between Britney Cooper, who is on 24 not out, and Shenel Lord, who is on 12 not out at Arnos Vale 1.

In...

Kingstown, St Vincent: St Vincent and the Grenadines found themselves in deep trouble on 102-8 at the end of the 45th over as they found scoring difficult against Jamaica in the semi-finals of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Women’s 50-Over League on Monday. Left-arm spinner Shanel Daley created a lot of problems taking 2-15 from her 10 overs to halt the scoring at Arnos Vale Playing Field 2. She...

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