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New tournament key to development

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – West Indies Cricket Board President Dr Julian Hunte has labelled the inaugural WICB Under-17 tournament that bowls off Sunday as “another pillar of development” in regional cricket.

The historic 50-over tournament, which will be played in Tobago, will last a week and feature six teams playing through five rounds.

“We are delighted to have finally begun our regional Under-17 programme. This tournament is another pillar of our development structure as it offers the young players a bridge between Under-15 and Under-19,” Hunte said.

Development Officer praises Grassroots

St John’s, Antigua – Cricket Development Officer in Antigua, Pernel Watley says the West Indies Cricket Board Digicel Grassroots Programme is making a significant impact on the development of cricket in his jurisdiction.

Seven more clubs for Digicel Grassroots

St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board Digicel Grassroots Club Grant Programme continues with the latest disbursement of a total of US$35,000.

Seven clubs have been selected for US$5000 grants each in the third period of the Grassroots Grant Programme which is open to all clubs in the West Indies.

JCA, Digicel Launch Grassroots Programme

 

KINGSTON, JAMAICA - Honorary secretary of the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA), Fritz Harris, yesterday hailed the launch of a West Indies Cricket Board (WICB)/Digicel Grassroots Programme in Jamaica as historic.

Anand Ajodha - Cricket my first love

“I have made it abundantly clear to everyone around me that cricket is my first love and nothing would come in the way of it.” So said Diamond United cricketer Anand Ajodha after he left his wedding reception to play in a cricket match many years ago.

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