Regional Super 50

Red Force raring to go as Group B opens

Trinidad Express article.

Scarborough, Tobago - All eyes will be on the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force today as they start their Nagico Super50 campaign against the West Indies Under-19 at Shaw Park in Tobago.

Barbados Pride unhappy with washout

Trinidad Express article.

Couva, Trinidad - The opening match of the 2015 Nagico Super50 featuring defending champions Barbados and the Combined Campuses and Colleges was abandoned without a ball bowled at the National Cricket Centre in Balmain Couva yesterday.

Jaguars eat Windward Islands raw

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Windward Islands Volcanoes crumbled under spin as Guyana Jaguars hammered them by 142 runs in the second game of the NAGICO Super50 at Queen’s Park Oval here Thursday.

Wet outfield snags NAGICO Super50 opener

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Wet conditions forced the abandonment of play in the opening match of the NAGICO Super50 between defending champions Barbados Pride and Combined Campuses and Colleges here Thursday.

Following inspections, umpires determined that the outfield at the National Cricket Centre was too impaired for the game to proceed.

Time to execute

Jamaica Gleaner article.

Kingston, Jamaica - New Jamaica Franchise one-day captain, Nikita Miller, believes the team has prepared well and should give a good account of themselves during the WICB NAGICO Insurance Super50 cricket tournament, which bowls off today in Trinidad & Tobago.


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