TRINIDAD & TOBAGO CRICKET BOARD (TTCB)
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Balmain, Couva, Trinidad
(868) 636 1577 or (868) 636 4745
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Secretary: Arjoon Ramlal
The Trinidad & Tobago Cricket Board is responsible for cricket in Trinidad & Tobago.
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.
The Jamaicans have beaten the Windward Islands, Barbados, the Leeward Islands and Guyana to lead the preliminary standings on maximum 48 points...
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...
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.
Aside from injuries to experienced openers Adrian Barath and Lendl...
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - A youthful Trinidad and Tobago senior cricket team will be looking to pay tribute to the memory of former teammate Runako Morton when it goes into its fifth round match against Jamaica in the regional 4-day tournament tomorrow.
Morton, the hard hitting middle order batsman died in an accident on Sunday night, hours...
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - The body of West Indian cricketer Runako Morton, who died in a car accident on Sunday night, is expected to be flown back to his native island of Nevis on Tuesday after a memorial service at a church in south Trinidad, a cricketing friend of the deceased batsman told Newsday yesterday.
Joseph Parry, the Premier of...
ST JOHN’S, Antigua - The Regional 4-Day tournament resumes tomorrow with fifth round of matches, following a one-week break last weekend. And Jamaica’s captain Tamar Lambert said his side will continue to play hard, as they seek to win the tournament for a fifth straight year.
The Jamaicans are out front with a maximum 48 points...
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – West Indies wicketkeeper Carlton Baugh stroked his 12th first class century to haul Jamaica out of trouble on the opening day of their fifth round clash against Trinidad and Tobago here Friday.
The diminutive right–hander cracked 101 as Jamaica finished the day on 242 for nine after opting to bat first at Queen’...
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - Trinidad and Tobago may be missing nine of their frontline and experienced players, but to captain Rayad Emrit, that is no excuse for the poor performances in their 192-run loss to Jamaica yesterday in the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional Four-Day Tournament at Queen's Park Oval.
Emrit does not feel the team...
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - Jamaican skipper Tamar Lambert revealed that he was a bit surprised by the defensive approach of the Trinidad and Tobago batsmen in their WICB Regional Four-Day match yesterday at the Queen’s Park Oval, Port-of-Spain.
Jamaica whipped their host by 192 runs, bowling them out twice below 150 as TT struggled against...