Kensington Oval, Barbados will host the final Test of the West Indies vs England series in 2015!
The historic Kensington Oval in Barbados will once again host Test cricket when the touring New Zealand team take on the West Indies in the final match of the series.
Barbados will host three Twenty matches between England and the West Indies in March 2014!
The inaugural Caribbean Premier League cricket T20 tournament will bowl off in Barbados on Tuesday July 30th 2013!
Barbados is blessed to currently have an incredibly creative underwater display of art at the wreck of the SS Stavronikita!
Join the Great Train Hike across Barbados, from the capital city Bridgetown to the north-east of the island!
The Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club returns to Barbados in March for a pre-season tour. They will participate in the Barbados Twenty20 Cup at Kensington Oval and play two-day fixtures against Hampshire and Yorkshire. Supporters will arrive in Barbados on March 13th for an 11 night stay and will be treated to a Welcome Reception at […]
For an island that’s just 166 square miles it’s amazing how much there is to in Barbados! Every day, and every night, the island is abuzz with activity and there truly is something for everyone. For sports fans there’s: cricket playing nearly every weekend polo season between January and April horseracing throughout the year motorsports, […]
Barbados road tennis has been given further exposure to audiences all across the North American Continent. The indigenous Barbadian sport was featured on the CNN International network on January 11th. This feature showcased different aspects of playing the game, from playing in a village road, to a local competition featuring Barbados’ No. 1 player Julian […]
Kensington Oval, Barbados will come alive with the excitement of T20 cricket in January 2012 as the Caribbean T20 tournament visits this historic cricket ground! The teams will initially be divided into 2 groups: Group A: Trinidad and Tobago, Windward Islands, Guyana, Leeward Islands and Canada Group B: Jamaica, Barbados, Combined Campuses and Colleges, Netherlands […]