[The Hindu] - Potential great Alf Valentine and Sonny Ramadhin and Lance Gibbs are the greatest spinners to have represented West Indies in international cricket. Gibbs took 309 Test wickets and Ramadhin 158, and thereafter the off-spinners with the highest number
[The Roar] - The tall offie captured off overs, to be the first West Indian spinner since Lance Gibbs in in Old Trafford, and only the second in the Caribbean since Wilf Ferguson in to achieve the feat. Offie Gibbs, the first Test bowler to
Lancelot Richard Gibbs (born 29 September 1934) is a former West Indies cricketer, one of the most successful spin bowlers in Test cricket history. He took 309 Test wickets, only the second player (after Fred Trueman) to pass 300, the first spinner to pass that milestone, and had an exceptional economy rate of under two runs per over. He was, however, a very poor batsman, who never made a half-century in first-class cricket.
[Telegraph.co.uk] - His side will feature four seam bowlers, which means there will probably be no place for Shane Shillingford, who recently became the first West Indies spinner to take a Test 10-wicket haul since Lance Gibbs in the 1960s.
[Jarrow & Hebburn Gazette] - The introduction of a renowned West Indian test cricketer, Lance Gibbs, assisted in the next success when, with his help, they won the Durham Senior League Championship again in Since then, while the championship has further eluded them
[Sunderland Echo] - The 1960s proved an exciting time for Whitburn CC too, with a new club house/pavilion built in and the arrival of renowned West Indian test cricketer Lance Gibbs. “He assisted in the club's next success when, with his help, they won the Durham
[Cricket Web (blog)] - He passed the Holding test and, despite some trouble with the great off spinner Lance Gibbs, was still there at the close on 22* which, the following day, he extended to 55 before he played Andy Roberts off his hips but, failing to keep the ball down
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - The Dominican's second-innings haul of four for 100 meant he became the first West Indian spinner to collect 10 wickets in a home test since Lance Gibbs in The home side did a good job of picking up the last four Australian wickets for 59 runs in