Brian Lara's excellent form in 2004 earned him three awards
to help him dominate the First Citizens Bank WIPA 2004 Awards Function,
which was held at the Jamaica Pegasus.
Lara, who has been in prime form in 2004, a form
which has extended to 2005, won the Test Cricketer of the Year,
the 2004 International Cricketer of the Year and a special award
for his record breaking 400 not out against England at the Antigua
Recreation ground. Lara scored 1178 runs at 58.90, in twelve test
matches, with three hundreds and four fifties.
Jamaica has produced some incredible cricketers,
none to compare with Michael Holding who has been called "the Rolls
Royce of Bowlers" - a genuinely fast bowler with one of the smoothest
Caribzones is proud to be associated with Sporting
Masters offering exclusive, limited edition, authentic signed
purchase this wonderful cricket memorabelia of Michael Holding,
to the umpires he was malevolent stealth personified so they christened
him 'Whispering Death'
(Click on picture to purchase poster on line)
The poster shows Michael in full flight seconds away from terrorising
Lorenzo Ingram, 'Gramus' was born in Trelawny, Jamaica.
Weighing it at 165 lbs and 5' 10" Ingram is a left arm orthodox spin bowler
and left handed batsman and loves to drive it. He attends the William
Knibb High School and his favourite Venue is Sabina Park.
Young 'Gramus' was voted top all-rounder in the 2001 Regional Under-19
tournament. He scored 189 runs at an average of 31.50 and captured 20
wickets at a cost of 21.30 each.
He still enjoys fried chicken, peas and rice!
That’s how thousands of Jamaican cricket fans were
left yesterday, when Guyana earned a spot in final of the Red
Stripe Bowl cricket tournament last year, defeating the home team
by four runs in the first semifinal at the Kaiser Sports Club.