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8 Guyana clubs to get big Super50 bucks

Georgetown, Guyana – The West Indies Cricket Board today announced another exciting feature of the Regional Super50. Eight cricket clubs in Guyana will pocket big bucks from the Super50 Tournament.

 

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WICB announces Clive Lloyd Trophy

Georgetown, Guyana – The West Indies Cricket Board today announced that the Regional Super50 winner’s trophy will be named after one of the most revered leaders in the history of world sport – Clive Hubert Lloyd.

The legendary former West Indies captain was chosen particularly in recognition of his leading the West Indies to lifting the first two Cricket World Cups in 1975 and 1979.

The trophy has been named The Clive Lloyd Trophy and will be the trophy for which teams compete in the Regional Super50 from now on.

3 former players to be Super50 Match Referees

 

St John’s, Antigua – Three former Test players will officiate as Match Referees in the Regional Super50. WICB Head Match Referee Adrian Griffith will take charge in nine of the 15 matches while the other six matches will be shared by the Guyanese duo of Colin Stuart and Reon King.

Two new caps in Jamaica's Super50 squad

 

Kingston, Jamaica, CMC – Uncapped players Jermaine Blackwood and Kenar Lewis have been selected in the Jamaica squad for this month’s West Indies Cricket Board’s Regional Super50 Championship in Guyana. Blackwood, a 19-year-old batsman, who bowls off-spin, and Lewis, a 20-year-old opener, are two former Jamaica Under-19 players.

Montserrat get better of BVI

Basseterre, St Kitts, CMC – Deno Baker and Tevin Osborne followed up sound batting with steady bowling to usher Montserrat to their first victory in the Leeward Islands One-Day competition by 40 runs over the British Virgin Islands.

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