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Mazda BT 50s for WI Women's T20 champion

Under the cover of darkness, members of the victorious West Indies Women’s T20 Cricket team waving to the crowd along Bay Street from their Mazda BT50.

After winning the World T20 2016, ‘Champions’ West Indies return home to a rousing welcome.

The teams returned together at the Grantley Adams International Airport in Barbados to a warm welcome, as the cheering fans sang the ‘Champion’ song for their favourite cricketers.

The celebratory route started at the Grantley Adams Int. Airport via Coverley, Pegwell, Oistins, Top Rock; onto the Graeme Hall and the ABC Highway; onto Wildey, Collymore Rock, River Road, Fairchild Street, Probyn Street, Bay Street, Garrison, Hastings and into Accra Beach Hotel. 

The West Indies men’s and women’s teams returned home after conquering the world to a welcome reserved for the heroes. The teams recently won the World T20 2016 in India and were returning back after almost three weeks. Though most of the star players from the men’s team stayed back in India to take part in the ninth edition of Indian Premier League (IPL), the fans still turned up in huge numbers to welcome the champions.

The teams returned together at the Grantley Adams International Airport,  Barbados to a warm welcome, as the cheering fans sang the ‘Champion’ song for their favourite cricketers. Suleiman Benn and some of the women’s cricketers reciprocated the love to the fans by shaking hands and doing a little jig. 


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2 On the Road charges comprise of: Road Tax, Number Plates, Tint, Rust Proofing and Mats



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