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Lets beat England right here in Barbados....

Bridgetown Barbados,

Kensington is looking good ..the english visitors are streaming in but this time let us hope it will be victory for the West Indies...Barbados used to be the hunting ground...I'll be there cheering on the West Indies and hoping that this time around Barbados will be our stomping ground once again...just as it should be....
  
Sir Gary Sobers - my secret Barbados The Caribbean cricket master reveals his 10 favourite places on the island where England are playing the West Indies...When I was a boy, this beach on the south west coast was known as ‘Gravesend,’ like the town in Kent, and it was the most popular one on the island. We played beach cricket every Sunday and at holiday time.

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