Barbadian Cricketer visits homeland as competitor in CWC 2007
Thomas Wolfe has an overquoted aphorism that “You can’t go home again” – is gonna try and prove that wrong during the next month, not only returning to his where “…” as we like to say – but on ‘s team as part of the ICC Games at Kensington next month and April. This is what had to say –
” But for the 40-year-old Barbados native, the World Cup means a trip to the pinnacle of his sport – and some familiar turf… As a young man, he played professional club cricket in Australia and England and spent two years as Barbados under-19 captain. He continued playing after coming to Canada and has toured with the national team.
Codrington, who has a leave of absence from his job, is not related to teammate Austin Codrington, who is originally from Jamaica.”
The 40-year-old Bajanis considered long in the tooth as it relates to current standards of playing cricket, but there’s another team member who’s older than him –
“ who has “probably a couple of months” on him. The two played together while in Barbados.”