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Ragoonath - CPL a sign of goods things

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board chief executive, Suruj Ragoonath believes the Caribbean Premier League will augur well for the development of regional players, and will also help bring a more professional approach cricket in the Caribbean.

Khan ready to invest in CPL T20

KINGSTON, JAMAICA - Verus International chairman and CEO, Ajmal Khan, says he plans to invest whatever it takes for the recently launched Caribbean Premier League (CPL) T20 to be successful.

Emrit sees T&T three-peat

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - He will not be part of Trinidad and Tobago's Caribbean Twenty20 side for the 2013 tournament, but all-rounder Rayad Emrit is still confident T&T can win the competition for the third straight year.

Red Force delighted to get Narine back

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - Sunil Narine’s presence for Trinidad and Tobago’s opening Caribbean Twenty20 clash against Jamaica provides a tremendous competitive advantage for a positive start from the “Red Force” team.

Gayle cameo fails to save Thunder

SYDNEY, Australia – A brief cameo from West Indies star Chris Gayle was not enough to save Sydney Thunder from a fifth straight defeat in the Australian Big Bash here Friday.

The left-hander cracked a run-a-ball 28 as the hosts crashed to a five-wicket defeat to Kemar Roach’s Brisbane Heat at Stadium Australia.

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