Barrington Yearwood

Cricket Player

1986 –


Who is Barrington Yearwood?

Barrington Bjorn Beckenbauer Yearwood is a Barbadian cricketer, similar in his short build to West Indies international Tino Best. Yearwood has been described as "fabulously named" by the Daily Mail.

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 matchwhich 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
  • Barbados

on July 23, 2013


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