GUYANA CRICKET BOARD (GCB)
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The Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) controls cricket in Guyana.
Barbados won the toss and decided to bat first against Guyana in the final of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 at Queen’s Park Oval on Saturday night. Before the match both teams were met by former West Indies legend Clive Lloyd. The Bajans qualified for the grand event with their win over Jamaica on Friday night, while the Guyanese beat Trinidad and Tobago to book their place. The winning team will take...
Venue: Queen’s Park Oval, Port-of-Spain
Date: Saturday, July 31
First-ball: 8 pm (7 pm Jamaica Time)
Coverage: ESPN and ESPN2
Highlights package on CMC stations day after the match
CMC radio across the Caribbean
The wait is finally over. We are down to the grand finale and both Barbados and Guyana have played unbeaten so far, and will...
Dwayne Bravo played the innings of a lifetime but he could not take Trinidad and Tobago to victory over Guyana in Semi-final 1 of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 on Friday evening at Queen’s Park Oval. The Guyanese held their nerve to withstand Bravo’s onslaught, with off-spinner Royston Crandon taking three wickets in a thrilling last over. The talismanic right-hander brought the home side from...
Trinidad and Tobago are giving it their all as they try to get up to a victory target of 176 in 19 overs against Guyana in Semi-final 1 of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 on Friday evening at Queen’s Park Oval. After 10 overs, they reached 73-2 and will need another 103 off the 54 balls left to win the match and qualify for Saturday night’s final.
At the crease are Adrian Barath...
Travis Dowlin, Guyana’s ever-reliable opener played a masterclass to give his side a good chance of beating Trinidad and Tobago in Semi-final 1 of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 on Friday evening at Queen’s Park Oval. Seamer Kieron Pollard kept the home team in the game with 4-31 from his four overs, but they will need to bat well in reply to Guyana’s 175-7 off 19 overs.
Trinidad and Tobago won the toss and decided to bowl first against Guyana in Semi-final 1 of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 on Friday evening at Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad. The start was delayed by 45 minutes due to heavy rain on Thursday and early Friday. The match was reduced to 19 overs per team.
The groundstaff did a tremendous job to mop up the pools of water, dry all the wet areas and...
Openers Sewnarine Chattergoon and Travis Dowlin got Guyana off to a tremendous start against Trinidad and Tobago in Semi-final 1 of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 on Friday evening at Queen’s Park Oval. Chattergoon, the pocket-sized left-hander made a blistering 36 from 24 balls as Guyana reached 86-1 off the first 11 overs in the match reduced to 19 overs per team.
There was no play on Thursday in the final round of preliminary matches in Group B of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 tournament. Heavy rain all day forced the match officials and organizers to call off the 4 pm match between Barbados and Guyana and the 8 pm match between Windward Islands and Combined Campuses & Colleges slated for Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad.
Barbados and Guyana both ended...
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...
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.