Two Sons Of Barbados Doing Well – Cricketer Chris Jordan and Jockey Rico Walcott

Rico Walcott Coming Home

After a great season in Alberta, Jockey Rico Walcott is coming home to Barbados. Why is he coming home? He’s been offered a good contract to ride on Bajan turf. Can’t get much better than that.

We understand that a certain little girl is very happy about the news! 😉

Chris Jordan Moves On Up!

CHRIS Jordan has admitted he will never forget his first wicket for Surrey – but the rising star has no intention of resting on his laurels.

The 18-year-old made an impressive debut for the Brown Caps in their Natwest Pro40 Division Two defeat against Middlesex at Lord’s earlier this month, claiming the scalp of England batsman Owais Shah.

And Barbados-born Jordan is showing no signs of being overawed at being promoted to Surrey’s first-team, taking a total of four wickets in the South Londoners’ crucial victory over arch-rivals Kent in the County Championship and following it up with a three-wicket haul in the first innings against Durham.

“Getting my first Surrey wicket against Owais Shah is something I’ll remember for a long time,” said the talented all-rounder. “He’s a player I’ve watched on TV a lot so I know what a good batsman he is.

“It was quite testing to bowl at him but I got the reward in the end. Anyone would love to take Owais Shah as their first wicket…

… continue reading about Chris Jordan’s smashing success at South London Press (link here)


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3 responses to “Two Sons Of Barbados Doing Well – Cricketer Chris Jordan and Jockey Rico Walcott

  1. Hants

    Another Bajan doing very well is Patrick Husbands riding at woodbine racetrack in Toronto.

    He is a brilliant jockey and has been winning the biggest races here this year.

  2. Red Lake Lassie

    Can’t please BLP anonymous. When you post about serious matters he is ignorant and vile, telling you to be more positive about Barbados.

    When you post about two young Bajans who are doing well he calls it “rubbish”.

    Leave him BFP for he is the best campaign spokesman that the DLP could wish for!

  3. I doubt that character has any political affiliation, if we all woke up tomorrow and found the world perfectly perfect – he’d very likely be vex since there’s nothing to complain about!