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Bravo makes maximum impact on return

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad – When Dwayne Bravo is at full throttle it is a very good thing for Trinidad and Tobago.

The livewire allrounder has returned to full fitness and gave another full-hearted display on Tuesday night.

Ramdin says T&T want winning start

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad –  Confidence is oozing in the Trinidad and Tobago camp ahead of their Caribbean T20 2013 opening match against Jamaica on Sunday.

Skipper Denesh Ramdin and his team looked relaxed and comfortable in their training session on Saturday at Queen’s Park Oval. 

TTCB, T&T Govt in cultural partnership

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - The final edition of the Caribbean Twenty20 tournament yesterday created a historic and culturally sound partnership between the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) and the government.

New format brings excitement to CT20

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad - The West Indies Cricket Board has taken the bold step to change the format for the Caribbean T20 tournament – and the new set-up will see more matches and more exposure for the region’s players.

Cooper aims to fill Rampaul’s boots

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad – Trinidad & Tobago will be without Ravi Rampaul, their new ball ace, for the Caribbean T20 2013.

They will be counting on Kevon Cooper to step up in the bid to defend their title, starting Sunday night.

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