Camacho GS

Cricket in Guyana

Wherever the British Empire spread in the 19th century, cricket and tea (later to inextricably intertwined in the traditions of the game) were principal exports and took root in most colonies; not least in Guyana and the West Indies.

Former WICB CEO Dies

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Distinguished former West Indies Cricket Board chief executive officer, Steve Camacho, has died.

WICB Tribute To Steve Camacho

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) today paid tribute to Steve Camacho, the former Manager of the West Indies Team and Chief Executive Officer of the WICB, who died on Friday night in Antigua. He was also an outstanding batsman and played for Guyana in the Shell Shield and West Indies at the international level.

Camacho Dies Aged 69

Steve Camacho, the former West Indies batsman, has died at the age of 69. He passed away on Friday night in Antigua, the WICB said.

Ireland Dismisses WI for 25

Joey Carew and Steve Camacho, West Indies' openers, changed and walked to the middle. "The wicket was green," Camacho remembered. "Both of us put a finger in it and it went all the way through, it was so soft. It was obvious that we should put them in to bat."


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