Sports Corner

Road Tennis, a sport which is indigenous to Barbados

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  1. After all these years of cricketing history a visa is required to play in New Zealand and Australia.

    “Up to last night, Brathwaite was still frustrated in Barbados awaiting the green light from the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) regarding the processing of a New Zealand visa and an Australian transit visa before departing the Caribbean.

  2. RIP Eusebio

  3. Darian King wins Davis Cup match.

    Well done young man. Bajans should be proud.

    Unfortunately David is so busy in de yard tending to de political fowls that he forget that we should give shout outs to our young people who deserve praise for their success.

  4. @Hants

    The blog has multiple people who contribute. Yes congrats to the Davis Cup Team, believe they are overseas based.

    We note also that Kirk Edwards has been booted off the team in Trinidad.

  5. Big up Barbados Surfing sensation Chelsea Tuach.

    Well done young lady.

  6. David this story is getting intriguing.

    WIPA will be seeking legal advice on the matter on behalf of Mr. Edwards.

  7. Georgie Porgie


  8. Stupse, West Indies cricket is finished, done kaput, wunna wasting your time worrying about it. I have resigned myself to it, finally.

    Only ‘Party Cricket’ aka 20-20 left. That suits the current day Windies.

    We got British football now…

  9. @ Hants,

    That is THE REAL PROBLEM. Everyone seeks legal advice and no one plays for country…

    @ Georgie Porgie

    Yes, a lot is wrong HERE. Basically everything. Except we got some great people, just the governments are crap.

    And we got some SWEET women, wow, the Almighty did bless Barbados.

  10. This is a case where the BCA owed it to the public why Kirk was replaced but Crusoe is correct, this mess shows a lack of leadership. Why has the BCA not been able to better manage Kirk to ensure a win win? Everything has to be confrontational with these guys.

  11. Congratulations to Barbados cricket team winning the NAGICO 50 Over competition in T&T a moment ago.

  12. @ David
    So perhaps the BCA IS doing something right after all then?

    Is management not judged in the final analysis by the RESULTS achieved?
    Indiscipline is the cause of our downfall in cricket, and is also the reason for the lack of progress in the other sports.
    Football is a classic and extreme case, where a bunch of raudies have taken control and managed to maintain a potentially GREAT sport/business at the block level.

    Not only should the boy Kirk have been sent home, his ass should be banned for at least a year…..and he clearly should never have been captain.
    During the final against Trinidad, Bushie could see that a few others should be seriously disciplined for childish, asinine display of indiscipline – even when it was clear that they had the advantage, …carrying on and arguing with the team captain – in public, on the field of play…..
    THEIR asses should enjoy a 3-match ban each too.

    Did you notice that some of the Barbados team tried their level best to find a way to lose that final…?
    Imagine what would have been the scenario if the game had been 50:50 at the final stages and those indisciplined jokers had carried on in that unprofessional manner.

    West Indies cricket will go no where as long as misfits such as Chris Gayle are entertained, and Barbados Cricket will improve – if and ONLY if the authorities deal with the louts in the sport who just happen to have some talent….

  13. Agree Bushie, there is work still to be done. Have you ever met Kirk’s father? It might explain why Kirk will always be anti officialdom.

  14. West Indies winning again. Awesome T20 cricket.

    Into the semi finals.

  15. @Hants

    Yes it was a good win, they seem to be peaking at the right time. There is no better sight than to see the sweat gleaming from the skins of the strong Black men on the field of play on the victory trail.

    On Tue, Apr 1, 2014 at 4:27 PM, Barbados Underground wrote:


  16. Did you follow the CPL draft today?

    Here are the teams for 2014:

    Antigua Hawksbills: Marlon Samuels (c), Devon Thomas, David Hussey, Thishara Pererara, Carlos Brathwaite, Orlando Peters, Ben Laughlin, Gavin Tonge, Rakheem Cornwall, Miguel Cummins, Kieran Powell, Justin Athanaze, Sheldon Cotterell, Saeed Ajmal, Danza Hyatt

    Barbados Tridents: Kieron Pollard (c), Dwayne Smith, Imran Nazir, Shakib Al Hasan, Shoaib Malik, Ravi Rampaul, Jason Holder, Ashley Nurse, Neil McKenzie, Rayad Emrit, Jonathan Carter, Kyle Mayers, Shane Dowrich, Raymon Reifer, Akeil Hosein

    Guyana Amazon Warriors: Sunil Narine, Mohammed Hafeez, Denesh Ramdin, Lendl Simmons, Martin Guptill, Krishmar Santokie, Corey Anderson, Christopher Barnwell, Navin Stewart, Robin Bacchus, Leon Johnson, Steven Jacobs, Ronsford Beaton, Veerasammy Permaul, Trevon Griffith

    Jamaica Tallawahs: Cris Gayle (c), Muttiah Muralitharan, Adam Voges, Andre Russell, Nikita Miller, Jerome Taylor, Andrew Richardson, Rusty Theron, Chadwick Walton, Dave Bernard Jr, Odean Brown, Ahmed Shezad, Carlton Baugh Jr, Jermaine Blackwood, Nikita Bonner

    St Lucia Zouks: Darren Sammy (c), Shane Shillingford, Kevin Pietersen, Johnson Charles, Sohail Tanvir, Roelof ven der Merwe, Brad Hodge, Andre Fletcher, Garey Mathurin, Keddy Lesporis, Liam Sebastien, Tino Best, Mervin Mathew, Sunil Ambris, Tonito Willett

    Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel: Dwayne Bravo (c), Samuel Badree, Darren Bravo, Nazir Jamshed, Kevin O’Brien, Ross Taylor, Sulieman Benn, Kevon Cooper, Evin Lewis, Nicholas Pooran, Shanon Gabriel, Delorn Johnson, Fidel Edwards, Jason Mohammed, Kenar Lewis

  17. Thanks David.

    The CPL is great for the Caribbean and the cricketers.

    Also a group in Canada is planning to build a Stadium in Toronto for T20 cricket.

    Hamilton drove a brilliant race today.He just would not let Rosberg win.
    Awesome racing.

  18. Yes Hants, you would never have guessed they are on the same team, great start for Mercedes and promo for Top Gear. next China !

    On Sunday, April 6, 2014, Barbados Underground wrote:


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