David Allan, former West Indies wicket keeper

A. L. Tony Cozier, cricket writer and broadcaster

Richard “Prof” Edwards, former West Indies fast bowler

Owen Estwick, former Vice President of the BCA and board member of the WICBC

Michael Frederick, West Indian Test cricketer

Patrick Frost, one of few West Indians to represent Oxford in cricket and Lodge School Master

John Douglas Claude Goddard, captain, West Indies Test cricket team, 1947/8 – 1951/2 and 1957

Laurie Johnson, a Barbados-born cricketer who played for Derbyshire between 1949 and 1966.

Noel “Barney” Lynch, former BLP MP and Minister of Tourism, former Olympian

Roy Marshall, former first-class cricketer with Hampshire, UK

Floyd Reifer, captain, West Indies Test cricket team, 2009

Captain Peter Short, former President of the BCA and WICBC

Frederick B. Smith, first captain of Barbados Cricket Team inaugural match against Demerara in 1865

James Wedderburn (athlete), first Barbadian to win an Olympic medal as part of the 1960 Bronze medal-winning West Indies Federation 4×400 team