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WICB confirms WIPA US$20million legal action


St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board confirms that it has received documents relating to legal action filed by the West Indies Players’ Association in the High Court of Justice of Trinidad and Tobago.

The claim is related to the issuance of No Objection Certificates (issued to players by WICB) which require players to fulfill international duties for the West Indies team if selected. The claim seeks approximately US$20,000,000 in damages for WIPA and its members.

Nelson stands tall as JA take lead

Georgetown, Guyana, CMC – Jamaica have taken full control over Trinidad and Tobago after the second day of their WICB Regional Under-19 Championship match at Everest Cricket Club on Tuesday

The Jamaicans extended their overnight 278 for six to 320 and then bowled out the Trinidadians for 136, to take a 184-run lead. T&T closed the day on 52 runs for three wickets – still 134 runs away from making the Jamaicans bat a second time.

Creary on 73 as Jamaica bat well

Georgetown, Guyana, CMC – Teswayne Creary and John Campbell indulged themselves, as Jamaica’s batsmen dug in against Trinidad & Tobago in the WICB Regional Under-19 Championship on Monday.

Creary led the way with an unbeaten 73 and Campbell hit 55, as the Jamaicans, sent in to bat, reached 278 for six in their first innings at the close on the opening day of their first round match at Everest.

Trinis share T20s with Warwickshire

Warwickshire, England – The Trinidad and Tobago Women had mixed results on Thursday as they faced Warwickshire in two Twenty/20 matches on their tour of the United Kingdom. The Trinis lost the first match by one run but rebounded to win the second by three wickets.

In the opening match Trinidad and Tobago rested several leading players as Warwickshire made 115 for seven off their 20 overs. Alisa Mohammed took three for 11 from her four overs. In reply the visitors fell one short with skipper Merissa Aguilleria topscoring with 26.

King powers T&T girls to big win

Wales, United Kingdom –  Stacy King showcased her batting ability with a blazing 108 off 55 balls as Trinidad and Tobago Women made it three wins in a row on their tour of the United Kingdom.

King, the left-handed middle-order batter, continued her good tour as she led the visitors to 339 for seven off their 50 overs at the Newport International field.

Other good contributions came from Kirbyina Alexander with 92 off 78 balls, while Amanda Samaroo (41) and Lee-Ann Kirby (32) also played well.


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