Who is Barrington Yearwood?
Yearwood caught the eye in August 2003 when he took 7/37 for Barbados Under-19s against their Leeward Islands equivalents in the TCL Regional Under 19 Challenge; his captain Martin Nurse said that Yearwood had bowled with both pace and swing, and had bowled "very, very well"; while Yearwood himself said that he had "big goals" he wanted to achieve.
He made his debut in List A cricket in early October 2003, when he represented West Indies Under-19s against Antigua and Barbuda in the Red Stripe Bowl. The match did not bring any success for him: he was out for nought as his team were dismissed for just 69, and bowled one ball — the last of the match — which went for four. A few days later he played in the same competition against the University of the West Indies. He did not bat, but took a single wicket, that of Jason Parris. As of February 2009 these remain his only List A appearances.
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- Aug 18, 1986
Saint Peter Parish
on July 23, 2013
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