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All set for super semi-finals in Caribbean T20

The top four team have made it through and the stage is set for the semi-finals of the inaugural West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament. Both matches will be played at the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad on Friday. In the first match Trinidad and Tobago will take on Guyana at 4 pm (3 pm Jamaica time) while in the second match Barbados will face Jamaica at 8 pm (7 pm Jamaica Time). The two winners of the semi-finals will meet in the grand final on Saturday at 8 pm.

Brave Darren Bravo stars as T&T make point against Jamaica

Trinidad and Tobago maintained their 100 percent record with a clinical victory by 49 runs over Jamaica in Match 10 of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 tournament at Queen’s Park Oval on Wednesday night. A colourful crowd of close to 14 000 waited for play to get going at 9 pm – an hour late due to afternoon rain – and when play ended at 12.20 am on Thursday they were left totally satisfied. It’s was Trinidad and Tobago’s third win in as many matches and they got four points to top Group A with 12 points.

Caribbean T20 Scoreboard: Trinidad and Tobago v Jamaica

Full scoreboard from Match 10 of the West Indies Cricket Board's Caribbean T20 Group A match between Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica on Wednesday at Queen’s Park Oval on Tuesday night:
Result: Trinidad and Tobago won by 49 runs
Points: Trinidad and Tobago 4, Jamaica 0
Man-of-the-Match: Darren Bravo (Trinidad and Tobago)

Jamaicans on backfoot as Trinis apply pressure

Jamaica batsmen were pegged back and struggled to 53-4 off the first nine overs in pursuit of a victory target of 158 in Match 10 of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament at Queen’s Park Oval on Tuesday night. They lost opener Brenton Parchment (0), Danza Hyatt (1), Marlon Samuels (16) and Xavier Marshall (25) in quick time against a disciplined Trinidad and Tobago attack. They will now need to score at over 11 runs an over to win the match and top Group A.

Santokie (5-24) and Darren Bravo (65) star on night of action

Jamaica’s left-arm seamer Kirshmar Santokie and Darren Bravo, the Trinidad and Tobago left-hander, starred in the first half of Match 10 of the West Indies Cricket Board's Caribbean T20 Tournament at Queen’s Park Oval on Wednesday night. Darren scorched 65 from 44 balls, with three sixes and four boundaries as the home side rattled 157-7 off 18 overs in a match reduced due to heavy afternoon rain. Santokie was equally brilliant taking the first five-for of the CT20. He ended with a career-best 5-24 from four overs.

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