LIME Sports Club

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LIME Sports Club is a cricket club in Barbados. The club competes in the Barbados Cricket Association Division 1 competition, the premier cricket competition in Barbados. The club was established for employees of Barbados External Telecommunications (BET), later Cable & Wireless, and since 2008, LIME.[1]

The club first competed in the Intermediate Division and after years of success was promoted to Division 1 in 1989. In its first year, BET finished 10th in the 14-team competition. In 1994, the club broke through for its first Division 1 championship in 1994 when it shared the title with Spartan.[2]

Notable cricketers associated with LIME include former West Indies wicket-keeper Courtney Browne.[3]


  1. ^ Howard, Elvis (23 April 2009). "Browne's presence vital to LIME, says coach Sherlon Greaves - BCA Div. 1 preview 2009". Barbados Cricket Association. Retrieved 7 July 2011. 
  2. ^ Howard, Elvis (28 April 2008). "2008 Div.1 previews – St. Catherine, Cable & Wireless, YMPC, UW". Barbados Cricket Association. Retrieved 6 July 2011. 
  3. ^ Holder, Keith (13 May 2011). "Mayers makes merry". Barbados Today. Retrieved 7 July 2011. ... he wanted to prove a point to the LIME captain Courtney Browne ...