Multi-camera webcasts for 4-Day semis

WICB Media Release.

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – Both webcasts of the semi-finals in the Regional 4-Day Tournament, starting on Saturday, will benefit from enhanced video production.

Viewers around the World will be able to enjoy multi-camera coverage of the matches on the West Indies Cricket Board’s website,

“We’re very excited about this initiative,” said WICB Marketing & Communications Manager Imran Khan.

“This will certainly enhance the online webcasts significantly from the single-camera operation which we have employed during the preliminary rounds and in previous years.

“We will now have multi-camera productions from Barbados and Trinidad respectively, and we trust that fans will log on and enjoy the coverage and share the information with their friends and colleagues.”

Khan said viewers of the match between Barbados and Jamaica will also have the additional feature of replays and built-in graphics.

The webcasts will also have commentary with the “live” ball-by-ball radio feed from the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation accompanying the coverage of the match in Barbados, while a small team of presenters, including West Indies fast bowling legend Colin Croft, has been assembled for the coverage of the match in Trinidad.

“We are also grateful for the support towards this initiative from the two host territorial boards, the Barbados Cricket Association and the T&T Cricket Board without whose assistance this could not have been achieved,” said Khan.

He said the WICB is also planning to have enhanced webcasts of the Final, which starts next Friday at a venue to be determined, depending on the outcome of this weekend’s matches.

The WICB will continue its “live” online text updates on its social media platforms – and


(After the seventh round)

Abbreviations: Pts-total points, M-matches, W-won, L-lost, D-drawn, T-tied, NR-no result, Bat-batting points, Bowl-bowling points

* Barbados have been crowned the Regional 4-Day league champions, retaining the title they won last year, and will receive the WICB President’s Trophy. It is Barbados’ 22nd regional first-class title.

** Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, Windward Islands and Jamaica have qualified for the semi-finals (see match schedule below) and will contest the Regional 4-Day Final Challenge for the Headley/Weekes Trophy.


Kraigg Brathwaite has scored 1,998 runs and requires 2 to score 2,000 for Barbados in the Regional 4-Day Tournament

Darren Bravo of Trinidad & Tobago has scored 3,948 runs and requires 52 to score 4,000 in his overall first-class career

Shane Dowrich of Barbados has scored 988 runs and requires 12 to score 1,000 in his first-class career

Kirk Edwards of Barbados has scored 3,934 runs and requires 66 to score 4,000 in his first-class career

Tamar Lambert has scored 3,852 runs and requires 148 runs to score 4,000 for Jamaica in the Regional 4-Day Tournament.

Marlon Samuels has scored 1,925 runs and requires 75 to score 2,000 for Jamaica in the Regional 4-Day Tournament

Lendl Simmons of Trinidad & Tobago has scored 4,885 runs and requires 115 to score 5,000 in his first-class career



Friday, February 28 to Monday, March 3

Windward Islands beat Barbados by 9 wickets – Beausejour Cricket Ground, St. Lucia

Jamaica beat Guyana by 7 wickets – Sabina Park, Jamaica

Saturday, March 1 to Tuesday, March 4

Leeward Islands beat Combined Campuses & Colleges by 72 runs – Warner Park, St. Kitts


Friday, March 7 to Monday, March 10

Trinidad & Tobago beat Windward Islands by 186 runs – Queen’s Park Oval, Trinidad

Guyana lost to Barbados by 136 runs – Guyana National Stadium, Guyana

Leeward Islands lost to Jamaica by 3 wickets – Warner Park


Thursday, March 13 to Sunday, March 16

Guyana drew with Windward Islands – Guyana National Stadium

Friday, March 14 to Monday, March 17

Combined Campuses & Colleges drew with Barbados – Three Ws Oval, Barbados

Trinidad & Tobago beat Leeward Islands by an innings and 107 runs – Queen’s Park Oval


Friday, March 21 to Monday, March 24

Combined Campuses & Colleges beat Guyana by 7 wickets – Three Ws Oval

Jamaica lost to Windward Islands by 3 wickets – Sabina Park

Barbados beat Trinidad & Tobago by an innings and 60 runs – Kensington Oval, Barbados


Friday, March 28 to Monday, March 31

Jamaica lost to Barbados by 245 runs – Sabina Park

Trinidad & Tobago beat Combined Campuses & Colleges by 10 wickets – Queen’s Park Oval

Windward Islands beat Leeward Islands by 197 runs – Queen’s Park, Grenada


Friday, April 4 to Monday, April 7

Trinidad & Tobago beat Jamaica by 145 runs – Queen’s Park Oval

Windward Islands lost to Combined Campuses & Colleges by 82 runs – Arnos Vale Multiplex, St. Vincent

Leeward Islands beat Guyana by 5 wickets – Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua


Friday, April 11 to Monday, April 14

Guyana drew with Trinidad & Tobago – Guyana National Stadium

Leeward Islands lost to Barbados by an innings and 49 runs – Vivian Richards Cricket Ground

Combined Campuses & Colleges lost to Jamaica by 59 runs – Three Ws Oval


(All scheduled start times are local times; NOTE–Jamaica is 1 hour behind the Eastern Caribbean)


Saturday, April 19 to Tuesday, April 22

Semi-final 1: Barbados vs Jamaica – Kensington Oval (10 a.m. daily)

Semi-final 2: Trinidad & Tobago vs Windward Islands – Queen’s Park Oval (10 a.m. daily)


Friday, April 25 to Monday, April 28

Winner Semi-final 1 vs Winner Semi-final 2 – To be hosted by higher placed team from the preliminary round 


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Match reports and other tournament details available here:

Photographs from selected matches – for editorial use only – will be available here:

Video streaming

To view Barbados vs Jamaica, click here:

To view T&T vs Windwards, click here:

WICB Media Release.

Fri, 04/18/2014 - 13:29