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Lambert: T&T still dangerous

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - Trinidad and Tobago may have a depleted squad for their upcoming West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional Four-Day Tournament clash with Jamaica, starting tomorrow at the Queen’s Park Oval, but the visitors are not taking that fact for granted.

Powerful Pollard relishes challenge

CAVE HILL, Barbados – Kieron Pollard said he relished the situation that confronted when he went to the crease in a West Indies warm-up match on Wednesday at the 3Ws Oval.

Pollard warmed up for higher intensity battles against Australia in the Digicel Series, when he struck 10 fours and 10 sixes in a blistering assault, scoring 155 from 121 balls in the 50 overs-a-side match, which formed part of the training camp for the West Indies team at the Sagicor High Performance Centre.

Bennett - Jamaica on target

KINGSTON, JAMAICA - Jamaica's senior cricket team coach Junior Bennett believes his players are in good shape heading into the fifth-round regional four-day clash against Trinidad & Tobago at the Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain, starting Friday.

Rayad Emrit to skipper T&T

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - Rayad Emrit will captain Trinidad and Tobago for their fifth round Regional Four-Day Tournament match against defending champions Jamaica at Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain, starting on Friday.

Premier Parry - Morton true Caribbean man

CHARLESTOWN, Nevis, CMC – Nevis Premier Joseph Parry has described Runako Morton has a true Caribbean man and says the country’s cricketing fraternity has lost one of its valued members.

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