Do not forget the sunscreen, guys! Ginger-duo Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow are joined by their teammates from England, who for the Test series on the beach in Barbados
- Cricket stars in England make the most of their downtime in Barbados
- The big names went to the beach to enjoy the sun, sea and relaxation
- England is in Barbados to begin their journey against the XI of the CWI president
- They will then transfer to the Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, on 23 January
English cricket stars settle in Barbados well in advance of their upcoming touring moments and took directly to the beach for a double hit of sun and sea.
All big names were present because England had made the most of some downtime by replenishing their brown water and diving into the clear blue water.
The fully tattooed back of talisman Ben Stokes was on show because the all-rounder joked with teammates and took a pair of glasses before returning to the sea.
Ben Stokes showed his fully tattooed back when England reached the beaches of Barbados
The all-rounder started snorkeling with his teammates before going to the water
The players were seen swimming in the crystal blue water while joking around
Jonny Bairstow (left) got stuck in things and launched himself into the ocean
Captain Joe Root kept his hand-eye coordination up to standard by playing a game of catching
The 28-year-old kept an eye on the price and he dived to catch the small object in the sea
Once the professional, Captain Joe Root, he continued to practice his hand-eye coordination skills when he came into contact with teammates in the water with a team of frisbee.
England will launch its tour against the XI of the CWI President at Three Ws Oval, Cave Hill on Tuesday.
They will then transfer to Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, to start their international test series against the West Indies on 23 January.
A man who wants to impress in the Caribbean is Olly Stone, who is out to make his test debut.
The topless stars capture the sun's rays while making jokes during their downtime
England is in Barbados to begin their journey against the XI of the CWI president
They will then transfer to the Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, on 23 January
I am now a better bowler than before I went to Sri Lanka, & # 39; Stone, who has just signed a new deal in Warwickshire, recently told Sportsmail.
& # 39; You learn a lot from the senior bowlers.
& # 39; My mental game is now better and my skills have been surpassed. It was about training with a goal.
& # 39; Even if you only throw two surpluses in the nets, make them up with how you would bow in a match. The training was about being specific and making the most of your time. & # 39;