ESPN Caribbean presents NAGICO Super50
ESPN Media Release.
Bridgetown, Barbados - ESPN Caribbean brings exclusive coverage of the Caribbean’s marquee 50-over competition featuring the region’s One-Day superstars commencing January 30.
ESPN Caribbean will present live, exclusive coverage of the region’s elite One Day International (ODI) tournament, the NAGICO Super50, from January 30 until February 16 from Trinidad and Tobago.
The matches held in Trinidad will air live from 1:50 p.m. (Eastern Caribbean Time) on the ESPN Caribbean and ESPN 2 Caribbean television networks and on ESPN Play (www.espnplay.com) -- ESPN’s multiscreen live and on-demand broadband service.
The competition is the West Indies Cricket Board’s premier limited-overs event. Defending champions, Windward Islands, head Zone A along with Jamaica, Guyana and foreign guests, Ireland.
Zone B consists of last year’s beaten finalist, Combined Campuses and Colleges (C.C.C.), as well as the hosts, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados and Leeward Islands. Matches will be played at the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad and Shaw Park in Tobago as the teams vie for the coveted Clive Lloyd Trophy, named after the revered batsman and former West Indies skipper.
The top two teams will advance from each Zone into the Semi-Finals. These will be held on February 12 and 13 with the Finals slated for February 15. ESPN Caribbean will also air ESPN Cricket Report during this knockout phase, hosted by Barry Wilkinson and analyst, West Indian legend Colin Croft.
They will cover pre-match (1:30 p.m. ECT) and mid-innings (5:30 p.m. ECT) analysis as well as ESPN Cricket Final, a half-hour post-match recap (10:00 p.m. ECT) following each eliminator.
This tournament serves as a prelude to the Windies’ limited-overs home series against England prior to their title defense of the International Cricket Council (I.C.C.) World Twenty20 trophy, which will be broadcast exclusively by ESPN Caribbean in March 2014.
Follow all of the NAGICO Super50 at #ESPNS50 as ESPN Caribbean continues to connect the region’s fans with the sports they love.
About ESPN Caribbean
ESPN Caribbean is part of ESPN International, which has grown to include ownership — in whole or in part — of 24 television networks outside of the United States, as well as a variety of additional businesses that allow ESPN to reach sports fans in over 61 countries and territories across all seven continents. ESPN International business entities include television, radio, print, internet, broadband, wireless, consumer products, and event management.
In the Caribbean, two television networks ESPN Caribbean and ESPN2 Caribbean, were launched in 2007, both offering the best in world sport while also providing a Caribbean focus on what viewers in the region most want to see.
The ESPN Caribbean networks air throughout the West Indies and are home to important regional and international cricket matches.
In addition to the Champions League Twenty20 events and the Caribbean Regional Super50 competition, ESPN Caribbean also presents the major I.C.C. tournaments including the 2014 World Twenty20 in Bangladesh and the 2015 Cricket World Cup in Australia, as well as B.C.C.I. events such as the 2014 West Indies Tour of India.
ESPN Caribbean also provides the West Indian audience with coverage from the most competitive international soccer leagues to the NBA, MLB and Grand Slam tennis, as well as popular regionalized studio shows like SportsCenter and ESPNFC.
ESPN Caribbean’s multiplatform offerings includes ESPN Play (a 24/7 broadband service available via subscription), ESPN Radio, and the espncaribbean.com website.
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