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T&T looking to break six year drought

KINGSTON, JAMAICA - Trinidad and Tobago have not beaten Jamaica in the West Indies Cricket Board Regional Four-Day competition since 2007, but Denesh Ramdin’s men are confident they can turn things around in 2013.

Jimmy Adams extends Kent contract

KENT, ENGLAND - Kent head coach Jimmy Adams has extended his contract with the club until the end of the 2014 season.

The former West Indies captain joined the club last January and led the side to third place in Division Two.

St. Lucia PM pays tribute to Dr Hunte

CASTRIES, St.Lucia - St. Lucia’s Prime Minister Dr. Kennedy Anthony has paid glowing tribute to former President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Dr. Julian Hunte for his 33 years of unbroken service to cricket in the region.

Regional 4-Day, Round 6, squads

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD - Regional 4-Day squads for Round 6. The Windward Islands drew a bye for Round 6 of the tournament.

Simmons: T&T ready for JA challenge

KINGSTON, JAMAICA - Trinidad and Tobago opener Lendl Simmons says his team is confident and ready to take on champions Jamaica in the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Four-day Championship this weekend.

The two, who have been playing well thus far this season, are slated to meet at Sabina Park starting on Saturday.

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