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Coaches expected a ‘cracker’ of a finish

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad – Both coaches involved in Sunday’s rain-hit Caribbean T20 opening contest felt they had a good chance of pulling off a victory.

Caribbean T20 opener hit by rain

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – There was no fairytale start to Trinidad and Tobago’s quest for a third Caribbean Twenty20 title as their curtain-raiser against archrivals Jamaica ended disappointingly in a no-result, after rain washed out the contest on Sunday night.

The hosts suffered a batting meltdown and struggled to a paltry 128 for nine and Jamaica had reached five without loss off eight deliveries when heavy rain swept across Queen’s Park Oval, leaving a water-logged venue and dashing any hopes of a resumption.

Santokie - Jamaicans up for the “fight”

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad – The Jamaicans have declared themselves “ready for the fight” when they face defending champions Trinidad & Tobago in what is expected to be an action-packed opening contest in the Caribbean T20 2013.

Ramdin says T&T want winning start

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad –  Confidence is oozing in the Trinidad and Tobago camp ahead of their Caribbean T20 2013 opening match against Jamaica on Sunday.

Skipper Denesh Ramdin and his team looked relaxed and comfortable in their training session on Saturday at Queen’s Park Oval. 

Hinds steps up as Barbados win again

O'MEARA, TRINIDAD - Ryan Hinds came to the party for Barbados yesterday as they handed the Windward Islands their second defeat in as many games in their Caribbean Twenty20 warm-up match at UTT O'Meara yesterday.

With captain Dwayne Smith rested, Hinds stepped up with an unbeaten 68 to lead the Bajans to 141 for four when they batted first.

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