Tag: Brian Lara


Another Year In The Life Of Brian Lara

11,953 Test Runs 10,405 ODI Runs Test-best of 400* Happy birthday to the Prince of Port-of-Spain. Born: May 2, 1969 (age 53 years), Santa Cruz, Trinidad and Tobago No one since Bradman has built massive scores as often and as fast as Lara in his pomp. Even his stance was thrilling – the bat raised high in the air, the […]


Brian Lara “Big Up” Joshua da Silva

Brian Lara, the man dubbed the Prince of Port Of Spain, and one of the greatest batsmen to trod this earth has applauded his fellow countryman West Indies wicketkeeper/batsman Joshua da Silva for his marvelous effort in helping the West Indies to win the recent Test series 1-nil against England. In a marathon innings lasting 257 balls, the 23-year-old da […]


Sir Curtly — Glory Days Forever Lost!

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — Legendary fast bowler Sir Curtly Ambrose has dismissed any chance of West Indies rediscovering the stellar form which typified their halcyon era of the late 1970s and 80s. The Antiguan, who snared 405 wickets from 98 Tests, said while there were quality players among the current generation, they were simply not enough to compare to the […]