Caribbean T20

Jamaica bat in top table clash

North Sound, Antigua - In what could prove to be a match that decides who tops Group B and who is left in second place, Jamaica won the toss and decided to bat at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium against Sussex.

Both teams won their opening matches but visitors Sussex lead Group B by virture of a better net run rate.

Pollard - More to come

North Sound, Antigua – “There is more to come. 56 off 15 balls, not bad! The best is yet to come!”

Brutal T&T trample Leewards

NORTH SOUND, Antigua – Breath-taking batting, led by a brutal, unbeaten 56 from Kieron Pollard, restored the gloss on reigning champions Trinidad & Tobago, firing them to an emphatic, 167-run victory over Leeward Islands in the Caribbean Twenty20 tournament on Wednesday.

Johnson steers Windwards to 2nd win


NORTH SOUND, Antigua – Johnson Charles hit an enterprising, unbeaten 61 to lead Windward Islands to their second victory in the Caribbean Twenty20 tournament with a nine-wicket victory in a low-scoring affair against Canada on Wednesday.

T&T bat first in crucial match

North Sound, Antigua - Trinidad and Tobago won the toss at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium against the Leeward Islands and elected to bat first. The match is crucial for both teams who suffered losses in their opening matches. The reigning champions go into the match as favourites and will be hoping to get their 2012 Caribbean Twenty20 campaign back on track.


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