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Griffith won road tennis tournaments in New Orleans, Eden Lodge and Bush Hall.
Haynes was named Footballer Of The Year in 1958.
Haynes made his debut as a 21-year-old on the Barbados team in 1953, the same season he scored more over 20 goals for Everton.
Everton won the league title in 1966, his final season as a club and national player.
Griffith, who celebrates his 74th birthday on Monday, is the only man to take two different countries to the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) finals, achieving the feat with Barbados in 1994 and Antigua in 1995. That 1994 side included Trevor Thorne, Wayne Guy Sobers, Sherwin Mullin, Terry Sealy, Dave Alleyne, Hendy Williams, Roger Honda Proverbs, Maurice Gaskin and Malcolm Payne.
He has coached in Antigua, Anguilla, Cayman Islands, Trinidad with Joe Public, US Virgin Islands and British Virgin Islands.
In his last stint as technical advisor in 2007, Griffith, with Eyre Sealy as coach, guided Barbados to a world ranking of 96.