Wow! A Legendary Barbadian XI that would rule the Cricketing World

ESPNCRIClNFO STAFF: An All-time Barbados XI ……. 

Barbados is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its independence. Is this selection of Bajan players from over the years better than most Test teams?

a-greendigeGordon Greenidge: First-class record
Innings: 889
Runs: 37,354
Average: 45.88



Conrad Hunte …© PA Photos .. First-class record
Innings: 222
Runs: 8916
Average: 43.92


Frank Worrell (c)…..©The Cricketer International

First-class record
Matches: 208
Runs: 15,025
Batting average: 54.24
Wickets: 349
Bowling average: 28.98


Everton Weekes….©Getty Images

First-class record
Innings: 241
Runs: 12,010
Average: 55.34


Clyde Walcott……©Getty Images

First-class record
Innings: 238
Runs: 11,820
Average: 56.55


Garry Sobers………….©PA Photos

First-class record
Matches: 383
Runs: 28,314
Batting average: 54.87
Wickets: 1043
Bowling average: 27.74


David Murray (wk)…………©Getty Images

First-class record
Matches: 114
Runs: 4503
Average: 30.84
Catches: 293
Stumpings: 30


Malcolm Marshall………..©Getty Images

First-class record
Matches: 408
Wickets: 1651
Average: 19.10


Charlie Griffith…. ©PA Photos

First-class record
Matches: 96
Wickets: 332
Average: 21.60

10 ahall

Wes Hall……………..©Getty Images

First-class record
Matches: 170
Wickets: 546
Average: 26.14

11  agarner

Joel Garner…………………©PA Photos

First-class record
Matches: 214
Wickets: 881
Average: 18.53

12th Man ahaynes

Desmond Haynes (12th man)

©Getty Images

First-class record
Innings: 639
Runs: 26,030
Average: 45.90

with LORD SUPERIOR as back-up






























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One response to “Wow! A Legendary Barbadian XI that would rule the Cricketing World

  1. K. J. R. Kumara


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