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Barath smashes four sixes in 50 as T&T motor to76 off 10 overs

Trinidad and Tobago made a fantastic start to their innings reaching 76-1 after 10 overs against Canada in Match 1 of the West Indies Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament at Kensington Oval on Thursday afternoon. They are chasing a target 111 off 20 overs after they limited Canada to 110-8 off their 20 overs. Opener Adrian Barath has so far blasted four boundaries and four big sixes in 50 not out which came off just 35 balls. The batsman to fall was Williams Perkins for 18 off 21 balls.

Sir Everton meets teams as T&T bowl first against Canada

Trinidad and Tobago won the toss and decided to bowl first against Canada in Match 1 of the West Indies Board’s Caribbean CT20 Tournament at Kensington Oval on Thursday afternoon. Before the match both teams as well as the match officials were met by Barbados and West Indies legend Sir Everton Weekes, who also gave the players a talk on the game in general.

Canada on 43-1 after 10 overs against T&T

Canada reached 43-1 after 10 overs after being sent in to bat first against Trinidad and Tobago in Match 1 of the West Indies Board’s Caribbean Tournament at Kensington Oval on Thursday afternoon. At the half way stage in the innings, left-hander Geoff Barnet was on 25 and Hiral Patel on eight. The batsman dismissed was Trevin Bastiampillai, who was caught behind by Denesh Ramdin off Dwayne Bravo for one.

Trinidad and Canada all set for great start to Caribbean T20

The stage is set for the start of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament on Thursday. First ball in the opening Zone A match 4 pm (3 pm Jamaica Time). Cricket fans across the Caribbean will be tuned in for the event, which has caught the attention of the entire cricket world. Fans across the globe will also be able to catch the action with the global broadcast via ESPN.

No play in TCL Group Under-19 matches due to heavy rain

There was no play on the second day of the fourth round of matches in the West Indies Cricket Board’s TCL Group Under-19 Challenge three-day tournament in St Lucia on Wednesday. This was due to heavy rain on the island, as all three grounds were waterlogged.

The players and officials are hoping that the fields will be fit for play on Thursday – the final day of the fourth round. When play resumes at the Gros Islet Playing Field, Trinidad and Tobago will be on 93-1 in reply to 245 by Leeward Islands.

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