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Reifer tells CCC: Don’t panic

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad – The Combined Campuses and Colleges won’t be “backing off” of anyone when they come face-to-face with the region’s best in the upcoming Caribbean T20 tournament.

The CCC have blown hot and cold in the three previous tournaments and believe this year they could upset the apple cart and lift the cup.

Lambert sees T&T as main threat

KINGSTON, Jamaica - Jamaica’s captain Tamar Lambert has identified defending champions Trinidad and Tobago as his country’s main threat in the Caribbean Twenty20 tournament starting in Port of Spain on Sunday.

T&T duo both pass fitness tests

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad - Pacers Kevon Cooper and Ravi Rampaul have both passed fitness tests and are back in training with defending champions Trinidad and Tobago, for the Caribbean T20 tournament which begins this weekend.

Sammy wants improvement

ST VINCENT - Darren Sammy believes the Windward Islands team can lift the title of the West Indies Caribbean T20 tournament scheduled from January 6, 2013.

Leewards boosted by Joseph’s return

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – The recall of veteran batsman Sylvester Joseph after a four-year break from regional competition is being viewed as one of the keys to Leeward Islands breaking their jinx in the Caribbean Twenty20.

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