Adrian Frank Gordon Griffith (b. 19 November, 1971) in Barbados. He was a West Indies cricketer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adrian Griffith"
Albert Leroy Padmore (b. 17 December, 1944) in Barbados. He played only two Tests for the West Indies in 1976. ...more on Wikipedia about "Albert Padmore"
Anderson Cleophas Cummins (b. 7 May, 1966) played five Tests and 63 one-day internationals for the West Indies. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anderson Cummins"
Carlisle Alonza Best (b. 14 May, 1959) played eight Tests and 24 one-day internationals for the West Indies. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carlisle Best"
Sir Clyde Leopold Walcott (born 17 January 1926 in St. Michael, Barbados) is a former West Indian cricketer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Clyde Walcott"
Collis Llewellyn King (born 11 June, 1951) was a West Indies cricketer who played nine Tests and 18 one-day internationals for the West Indies. He played as an all-rounder, but had more success with the bat than ball, especially in Test cricket, where he scored one century and two fifties but only took three wickets - in three different innings. In ODI cricket, his highest - and swiftest - score came in the 1979 World Cup final, when he came in at 99 for 4 to hit 86 off 66 deliveries, and adding 149 with Viv Richards. King also held a catch and bowled three overs for 13 runs in the match, and the West Indies won by 92 runs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Collis King"
Sir Conrad Cleophas Hunte ( May 9 1932, St Andrew, Barbados - December 3 1999, Sydney, New South Wales) was a West Indian cricketer and one of the best opening batsmen the West Indies has ever had. ...more on Wikipedia about "Conrad Hunte"
Corey Dalanelo Collymore (born 21 December, 1977 in Boscobelle) is a Barbadian cricketer whose speciality is seam bowling. He has played 16 Tests and 64 ODIs for the West Indies team, and has been in and out of the team since 1999. However, his 15 wickets in the two-Test series against Pakistan suggested that he may be a more regular feature in the side soon, as his knowledge of putting the ball in the right place and his high work rate are qualities that are sought in the current West Indian team. ...more on Wikipedia about "Corey Collymore"
Courtney Browne (born December 7, 1970 in Lambeth, England) is a West Indian cricketer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Courtney Browne"
Denis St Eval Atkinson ( August 9, 1926, Rockley, Christ Church Parish, Barbados — November 9, 2001, Barbados) was a West Indian cricketer who played 22 Test matches as an all-rounder, hitting 922 runs and taking 47 wickets. He also played first class cricket for Barbados and Trinidad. Atkinson holds the Test record for the highest seventh-wicket partnership - as captain, he made a stand of 347 with Clairmonte Depeiaza against Australia in 1954–55 to put up a total of 510 in the first innings of a drawn match. Atkinson also led West Indies to a series win in New Zealand the following year. ...more on Wikipedia about "Denis Atkinson"
Desmond Leo Haynes (born February 15, 1956 in Barbados) is a West Indian cricketer and cricket coach. ...more on Wikipedia about "Desmond Haynes"
Dwayne Romel Smith (born 12 April, 1983, Storey Gap, St Michael, Barbados) is a West Indies cricketer who has played eight Tests and 30 one-day internationals. A hard hitter of the ball with a Test strike rate near 70, Smith made a run-a-ball 105 not out on Test debut against South Africa in 2003–04, but has failed to make a half-century since, with his second-highest Test score of 42 coming against the bottom-ranked Bangladesh. In one-day cricket, Smith has contributed with 474 runs at a batting average of just under 20, but his strike rate is nearly 100 and he has taken eleven wickets with his medium pace, including the scalps of Graeme Smith, Mahela Jayawardene and Tillakaratne Dilshan. He also has two one-day half-centuries, 62 not out against Bangladesh and 68 at the 2005 Indian Oil Cup. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dwayne Smith"
Edward Lawson (Barto) Bartlett ( March 10, 1906- December 21, 1976) was a West Indian cricketer who played in West Indies' inaugural Test tour of England in 1928. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edward Bartlett (cricketer)"
Eric St Eval Atkinson ( 6 November, 1927 - 29 May, 1998) played eight Tests for the West Indies. He was the younger brother of Denis Atkinson, and the two were the third pair of brothers to turn out together for the West Indies. Atkinson was primarily a seam bowler, taking 25 wickets in his one-year Test career. His best Test bowling figures came in a series against Pakistan in 1957–58, where he took five for 42 in the first innings of the second Test - before Garry Sobers hit a Test record 365 not out and Pakistan went down by an innings and 174 runs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eric Atkinson"
Sir Everton de Courcy Weekes (born 26 February, 1925, Pickwick Gap, Westbury, St Michael, Barbados) was a West Indian cricketer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Everton Weekes"
Fidel Henderson Edwards (born February 6, 1982) in Gays, St Peter, Barbados, is a West Indian cricketer and is the half brother of Pedro Collins. He bowls fast, can swing the ball and get reverse swing, but insists that he doesn't go for out-and-out pace. He was spotted in the nets by Brian Lara and Edwards was called up for his Test debut against Sri Lanka after just one match for Barbados. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fidel Edwards"
Floyd Lamonte Reifer (born July 23, 1972 in Christ Church, Barbados) is a West Indian cricketer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Floyd Reifer"
Sir Frank Mortimer Maglinne Worrell (born 1 August 1924, Bridgetown Barbados, died 13 March 1967, Kingston, Jamaica) was a West Indian cricketer and Jamaican senator. He was Wisden Cricketer of the Year for 1951. ...more on Wikipedia about "Frank Worrell"
(Garfield Sobers) For more coverage of cricket, go to the Cricket portal. ...more on Wikipedia about "Garfield Sobers"
George McDonald Carew ( 4 June, 1910 - 9 December, 1974) played four Tests for the West Indies. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Carew (cricketer)"
George Challenor ( June 28, 1888- July 30, 1947) was a West Indian cricketer who was part of the first West Indies Test side. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Challenor" Fast www.shortopedia.com
George Francis ( December 11, 1897- January 12, 1942) was a West Indian cricketer who played in West Indies' first test in their inaugural Test tour of England. He was a fast bowler with a renowned pace. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Francis (cricketer)"
Cuthbert Gordon Greenidge was a West Indian cricketer, born May 1, 1951 in Black Bess, St. Peter, Barbados. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gordon Greenidge"
Henderson Ricardo Bryan (b. 17 March, 1970) played 15 one-day internationals but no Tests for the West Indies. ...more on Wikipedia about "Henderson Bryan"
Herman Clarence Griffith ( December 1, 1893- March 18, 1980) was a West Indian cricketer who played in West Indies' first test in their inaugural Test tour of England and was one of the dominant bowlers on that tour. ...more on Wikipedia about "Herman Griffith"
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