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BARBADOS - Carib Beer Series 2006 - Barbados vs Windward Islands
Ryan Hinds raising his bat and helmet after reaching a century against Trinidad and Tobago at Queen's Park Oval in the Carib Beer Series earlier this year.
January 01, 2006 by PHILIP SPOONER
Compliments of the Nation News
BARBADOS' BID for regional cricket supremacy will resume on Friday when they take on the Windward Islands at the Tanteen Cricket Ground, outside St George's, Grenada.
It will be the team's second match in the Carib Beer Series. The opening match in Guyana was drawn, while the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) postponed the second match against Trinidad and Tobago until February.
The pair returned from the tour in Australia in early December and were automatic selections. They replace left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn and fast bowler Antonio Thomas.
West Indies pacer Fidel Edwards has been asked to rest by the WICB, while seamers Corey Collymore and Pedro Collins are recovering from injuries and were not considered for selection.
The Bajans are due to leave the island on Wednesday morning.
During the break WICB development officer Wendell Coppin was in charge of the team, as coach Hendy Springer was out of the island on a brief break.
Former West Indies players Vasbert Drakes and Ottis Gibson were also on hand to lend coaching tips to the players.
The team had sessions at the indoor nets at the 3Ws Oval at the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies, and had outdoor drills at Carlton Cricket Club.
Ryan Hinds (captain), Ian Bradshaw (vice-captain), Dale Richards, Wayne Blackman, Alcindo Holder, Patrick Browne, Kurt Wilkinson, Floyd Reifer, Ryan Nurse, Ryan Austin, Jason Bennett, Tino Best, Dwayne Smith; Hendy Springer coach), Lawrence Maxwell (manager); Jacqui King Mowatt (physio).
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