Port of Spain, Trinidad - Barbados edged T&T in an epic finale of the NAGICO Super50 tournament to win by 17 runs.
T&T looked in trouble at 94/5, chasing 253 runs for victory. However, Jason Mohammed and Denesh Ramdin came together in a 48-run stand to get the hosts back on track.
The wickets were always a problem though,...
Antigua Observer article.
S John's, Antigua - Leeward Islands batsman and former captain, Sylvester “Bouncing” Joseph, is disappointed with his performance in the WICB NAGICO Super50 Tournament.
The former West Indies player believes his poor showings impacted on the less experienced batsmen...
Jamaica Star article.
Kingston, Jamaica - St Catherine Cricket Club (CC) technical director, Ephraim McLeod, is happy with the turnout of support for the fundraiser in honour of former national Under-17 player Lasana Turner, who requires eye surgery.
The game, which was held at Chedwin Park...
Guyana Times article.
Georgetown, Guyana - Ansa McAl became the latest entity to offer sponsorship for the second edition of the Young Warriors Cricket Club Mashramani Cup.
The competition will be held on February 23 and targets second division cricket teams in the East Canje/East...
Trinidad Express article.
Port of Spain, Trinidad - Trinidad and Tobago have every right to be labelled as favourites heading into today’s NAGICO Super50 final against Barbados at Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain bowling off at 2 p.m.
The hosts are coming off the seven wicket...