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Change to Super50 schedule

St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board today announced a change in the Regional Super50 schedule.

The three Round 4 matches which were scheduled to be played on Tuesday March 12, have been brought forward to Monday March 11.

Gayle to return to action with Jamaica

KINGSTON, JAMAICA - Chris Gayle will return to playing cricket post his self imposed break by participating in the Jamaica squad for the West Indies Cricket Board Regional 4Day tournament.

The burly Jamaican played a hectic season for the West Indies after his return to the national team in last year’s series against New Zealand in June.

Haynes wants administrators to step up

St. John’s Antigua - Barbadian cricketing great and former West Indies batsman, Desmond Haynes, believes that administrators of the game within the Caribbean are at a loss as to what it will take for the standard of play to improve.

'Drained' Gayle gives back to Lucas

KINGSTON, JAMAICA - West Indies star batsman Chris Gayle told reporters yesterday that he has been left drained from a hectic cricketing schedule, which he pointed to as the reason behind his decision to skip the ongoing one-day international series between the regional team and Zimbabwe.

Jamaicans see off spirited CCC

KINGSTON, Jamaica – A responsible all round effort from Captain Tamar Lambert led defending champions Jamaica to a four wicket victory over Combined Campuses and Colleges in their second round match of the Super50 Championship at Sabina Park here Thursday.

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