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Williams, Edwards named Barbados captains

Bridgetown, Barbados, CMC – Ryan Hinds has been axed as Barbados captain for the upcoming WICB Regional Super50 competition and next year’s WICB Regional first-class championship.

In an unprecedented move, the Barbados Cricket Association have appointed separate captains for the two competitions, naming West Indies batsman Kirk Edwards for next year’s first-class championship, and all-rounder Kenroy Williams for the Super50 from October 18 to 29 in Guyana.

'Regional Super50' - WICB rebrands Limited Overs tourney

St John’s, Antigua – Regional Super50 – that is what the West Indies Cricket Board today announced that its rebranded Limited Overs tournament will now be known as. In addition to the new name the Regional Super50 will trial several new ‘super features’ which are geared towards making the games more exciting for the fans and more engaging for players. Principally among the innovations will be a new rule which will allow two bowlers on each side to bowl a maximum of 12 overs each during a 50 over game. The remaining bowlers can bowl a maximum of 10 overs each.
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JCA names 4 man selection panel

Kingston, Jamaica - The Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) will utilise a four-man selection panel, chaired by former spinner Courtney Daley, to oversee the naming of the senior squad to the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional 50-overs tournament to be staged in Guyana from October 17 to 31. The Observer understands that the panel will also consist of former West Indies left-handed batsman and current Jamaica Under-19 coach Robert Samuels and former national opener Delroy Morgan.

Ryan Hinds fined 65% of match fee

St John’s, Antigua– Barbados captain Ryan Hinds has been fined 65% of his match fee following the Barbados v Guyana WICB Regional 4 Day match at the Guyana National Stadium.

Hinds was reported by umpires Norman Malcolm, Nigel Duguid and Shannon Crawford for the Level 1 (1.2) charge of showing dissent by word or action at an umpire’s decision.

The charge was upgraded to Level 2 since it was Hind’s second Level 1 offence in 12 months. The first offence was during the WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament in October last.

Terrific Trinis take WICB Tournament title in style

PROVIDENCE, Guyana -- For the second straight year Trinidad and Tobago have been crowned kings of limited-overs cricket in the Caribbean.

Fresh from their wonderful display at the Champions League in India last month, the Daren Ganga-led unit put in another clinical performance on Thursday night to defeat Guyana by a whopping 81 runs and win the the West Indies Cricket Board's President's Cup One-Day Tournament.

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