BARBADOS CRICKET ASSOCIATION
St. Michael, Barbados
Secretary: Gregory Nicholls
CEO: Deighton Smith
The Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) controls cricket in Barbados.
SYDNEY, Australia, CMC – Carlos Brathwaite has thrown his support behind West Indies teammate, Andre Russell, after replacing the injured all-rounder for the remainder of Sydney Thunder’s Big Bash League campaign.
Russell was forced out of the Twenty20 tournament after sustaining a hamstring injury during Thunder’s win over Melbourne Stars seven...
Barbados Today article.
Barbados Pride might be one of the strongest teams on paper heading into the West Indies Cricket Board’s NAGICO Super50 Competition but they are not about to become complacent on the field, says coach Emmerson Trotman.
During Thursday’s trial match played at St Catherine’s...
Barbados Cricket Association article.
Bridgetown, Barbados - Six Barbadians have been included in the Combined Campuses & Colleges (CCC) Marooners squad for the WICB Super50 Championship in Barbados and Antigua, January 24 to February 18.
The six are captain Jamal Smith, fellow batsmen Kyle...
Barbados Nation article.
West Indies’ women’s cricketer Hayley Matthews is the 2016 National Sports Council’s Sports Personality of the Year.
The 18-year-old right-hander, who is currently in Australia playing in the Women’s Big Bash Twenty20 League, was announced winner during the NSC’s annual...
Carlos Brathwaite will exit the Big Bash League after defending champions Sydney Thunder's final league match against the Adelaide Strikers on Wednesday.
Brathwaite will return to the Caribbean to represent Barbados in the Regional Super50 domestic one-day tournament....
SYDNEY, Australia, CMC – Sydney Thunder skipper, Shane Watson, has hailed the influence of West Indies all-rounder, Carlos Brathwaite, in the franchise’s recent resurgence during the ongoing Big Bash League.
Barbadian Brathwaite played critical roles with the ball in the last two outings as Thunder extended their winning streak to three games, after...
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – West Indies players Shai Hope and Jonathan Carter warmed up nicely for Barbados Pride’s upcoming campaign in the Regional Super50 with half-centuries in the final practice game here Monday.
Hope top-scored with 70 off 67 balls while the left-handed Carter struck 56 off 54 as Jason Holder’s XI, chasing a revised target of...