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Watch Out Fi Dis T20 cricket bowls off today

Jamaica Observer article.

Kingston, Jamaica - The inaugural staging of the Watch Out Fi Dis Schools' Invitational Twenty20 cricket competition bowls off today and will end on Sunday, as eight schools from rural and urban areas vie for a share of $200,000 in prizes.

Bravo confirms no Gayle for Kiwi T20Is

stuff.co.nz article.

Nelson, New Zealand - Star West Indies batsman Chris Gayle won't be seen on this cricket tour of New Zealand, after all.

Brown eyes speedy return after surgery

Jamaica Star article.

Kingston, Jamaica - National leg-spinner Odean Brown says now that he has undergone a surgery on his injured left knee, his next course of action is to make a speedy return to action.

Davis, Chatrie lead Braeton past Greater Portmore

Jamaica Star article.

Kingston, Jamaica - A half-century from former national Under-19 invitee Kerron Davis carried Braeton Red Caps to a seven-wicket win over Hamilton Gardens in the Wray and Nephew Portmore Cricket Association T20 League action at Bridgeport Sports Club yesterday.

WICB President backs schools T20

Jamaica Gleaner article.

St Catherine, Jamaica - West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Pre-sident Dave Cameron has come out in support of the SIG High Schools Invitational T20 cricket competition that is set to bowl off tomorrow at Chedwin Park in St Catherine.

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