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Bravo brothers at the crease as T&T reach 67-4 off 9 overs

Trinidad and Tobago were on 67-4 after nine overs against Jamaica in Match 10 of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament at Queen’s Park Oval on Wednesday night. The match has been reduced to 18 overs due to afternoon rain and at the halfway stage the Bravo brothers were at the crease with the left-handed Darren on 23 from 20 balls and Dwayne on one. Left-arm seamer Krishmar Santokie has been Jamaica’s best bowler so far with 2-13.

T&T bat first against Jamaica as match reduced to 18 overs

Jamaica won the toss and decided to send Trinidad and Tobago in to bat in Match 10 of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament at Queen’s Park Oval on Wednesday night. Play started an hour late at 9 pm due to heavy afternoon rain and the match has been reduced to 18 overs per team. The winner of the match will top Group A while the losers will place second. Both teams have already qualified for Friday's semi-finals.

Dwayne Bravo signs up to play for Essex Eagles in T20 finale

Dwayne Bravo, the Trinidad and Tobago allrounder and West Indies Vice Captain, has signed on to play for Essex County Cricket Club in the England and Wales Cricket Board’s Friends Provident t20 finals day, subject to visa approval. The Essex Eagles reached the August 14 showpiece at the Rose Bowl courtesy of an eight-wicket demolition of Lancashire Lightning at Chelmsford on Tuesday evening.

Stage set for CT20 showdown between Jamaica and T&T

Cricket fans have been lining up to get tickets for what is being billed as the biggest match so far of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament.The ticket office at Queen’s Park Oval has been busy with cricket lovers hoping to grab a front row seat to see home side Trinidad and Tobago do battle against Jamaica in their final Group A preliminary match at Queen’s Park Oval. First ball is 8 pm (7 pm Jamaica Time).

WICB applauds Windwards for victory in TCL Group Challenge

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has congratulated the Windward Islands team for their triumph in the TCL Group Under-19 Challenge three-day tournament. The Windwards won their first title since 2000 when they defeated the Leeward Islands by seven wickets at Beausejour Cricket Stadium in St Lucia on Monday afternoon. They ended the tournament with 39 points – nine more than second-placed Trinidad and Tobago.

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