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BARBADOS - cricket 2007 - Ryan Hinds
Ryan Hindshas been re-appointed captain of the Barbados team for the 2007 regional cricket season.
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January 01, 2006 by PHILIP SPOONER Compliments of the Nation News
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.
Barbados' bid for regional cricket supremacy will resume 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 national selectors have drafted in West Indies players Tino Best, a fiery fast bowler; and Dwayne Smith, a flamboyant all-rounder.
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).
Compliments of the Nation News
The Bajans wasted no time it took them 54 minutes to perform the final rites, polishing off Jamaica's last two wickets for nine runs and achieving a straightforward target of 30 in no time with little bother.
"We have been playing really good team cricket," Barbados captain Ryan Hinds said after the match.
"The bowlers set up the game nicely for us on the first day with some early wickets, and then we batted well as a team."
"This season, I think we have a really balanced side, and we are batting and bowling well, so things have been going well so far," Hinds said.
"It's still early days yet in this competition. We need to continue playing good cricket and, hopefully, we can go on and win the Carib Beer Cup.
December 19, 2005 Compliments of the Nation News
Ryan Hinds transformed the replayed Sagicor General Cup semi-final from a close, controversial contest into a ruthless rollover of opponents who were still trying to come to grips with the developments of the preceding 24 hours.
Hinds bemused and bewildered the youngsters to grab six wickets for 22 runs from ten overs of crafty left-arm spin and then battered them in a billigerent run-a-ball unbeaten 54 that lifted ICBL Empire to an emphatic semi-final victory by eight wickets. < Read more >
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