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Carlisle Best was born on 14 May, 1959 in Saint Michael, Barbados, is a Barbadian former cricketer. At 61 years old, Carlisle Best height not available right now. We will update Carlisle Best's height soon as possible.

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Carlisle Best Age 63 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 14 May 1959
Birthday 14 May
Birthplace Saint Michael, Barbados
Nationality Barbados

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Following a series of low scores, Best was dropped after just three Tests. He felt aggrieved: "I was the most disappointed and hurt man in the world, he said. We were 3–0 up, no pressure was on us and I was unceremoniously discarded. I never had a chance to develop."


Since retiring from cricket, Carlisle Best has worked in public relations for the Central Bank of Barbados. He also writes about cricket occasionally for Nationnews, and also has been a radio presenter, co-presenting the Best and Mason radio show for the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation from 1995 to 2010.


Best did go on to represent West Indies in a few more one-day matches, with four innings played in a 'World Series' triangular tournament in Australia in 1991–92; he failed to exceed 30 in any of the innings, played against the hosts and India. He remained popular in Barbados: grievances leading to a boycott of the Barbados Test in a series in 1991–92 included Best's non-selection, as well as perceived slights to other locals Anderson Cummins, Malcolm Marshall and Desmond Haynes. Only a few hundred spectators attended each of the five days of the match, which cost the host cricket board an estimated £100,000.


A recall to the full Test side was not to come until the 1990 home series, which, once again was against England. Best, now aged 30, made a century on his home ground in Barbados. Wisden' s match report said that the first day of the Test "was a day belonging to Best, a local hero, delighting in the first century of a hitherto frustrating Test career." However, that score of 164, was, according to ESPNcricinfo, "his zenith". He also made a century in Guyana in the corresponding one-day international series. The century guaranteed his selection for the winter tour of Pakistan, but successive scores of 1, 8, 6 and 7, combined with splitting the webbing of his right hand, ended his Test career, this time for good. His replacement in the side was Brian Lara, who proved an immediate success.


Following strong performances for the full Barbados team, Best was called into the West Indies team and made his Test cricket debut at Kingston, Jamaica, in 1986 against England. After ducking and being hit by the first two balls he received, both bouncers from Ian Botham, Best hooked his third ball for six runs; it was his first scoring shot. It was only the second time in the history of Test cricket that someone's first scoring shot in Test cricket was a six. Best is still the only West Indian to achieve this feat. He went on to score 35.

Best made his One Day International debut, also against England, in the series that followed the Test cricket: he made 10. An opportunity to captain was granted in late 1986, when Best was appointed to lead a West Indies B team tour of Zimbabwe. He was selected for the West Indies squad for the [one-day] 1987 Cricket World Cup and made the team for two of West Indies' six matches, scoring 23 runs at an average of 11.5, with a high score of 18. He cemented his place in the one-day side in late 1989, playing 15 matches in just over a year, the highlight of which statistically was an innings of exactly 100, made off 119 balls against England.


Best first came to attention when he scored more than 800 runs in the Barbados leagues in 1976, while still a schoolboy. This secured selection for the West Indies youth championship, in which he scored a century for Barbados against Guyana. In turn, he was then picked for a West Indies youth team tour of England in 1978.


Carlisle Alonza Best (born 14 May 1959) is a Barbadian former cricketer who played eight Tests and 24 One Day Internationals for the West Indies. He represented the West Indies at the 1987 World Cup.