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Legendary Ambrose to join Windies Radio

St John’s, Antigua – Starting on Tuesday, January 15, legendary former West Indies, Leeward Islands and Antiguan fast bowler Curtly Ambrose will join the Windies Cricket Radio commentary panel for the St Lucia leg of the Caribbean Twenty20.

President hails TTCB hosting of CT20

Gros Islet, St Lucia – President of the West Indies Cricket Board, Dr. Julian Hunte has praised the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board’s hosting of the preliminary round of the Caribbean Twenty20.

“The WICB must commend the TTCB for the simply outstanding job in hosting the preliminary matches,” Dr. Hunte said.

Cooper to miss the rest of CT20

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad - All-rounder Kevon Cooper will miss Trinidad and Tobago’s remaining matches in the Caribbean T20 tournament due to professional commitments overseas.

The medium pacer was due to leave here Monday for the second season of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) Twenty/20 competition starting on Friday.

T&T guarding against complacency

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad - Front runners Trinidad and Tobago are trying to guard against complacency as they prepare to continue their campaign for a hat trick of titles in the Caribbean T20 tournament.

Race for top three spots on in CT20

Gros Islet, St Lucia – At the end of the action-packed first phase of the Caribbean T20 at Queens Park Oval, defending champions Trinidad and Tobago lead the points table.

The Trinis played unbeaten at home to record three wins and a no-result due to a wash-out, and stand top of the charts with 13 points.

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