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Ramdin has faith T&T can qualify

Chennai, India, CMC – On the ropes in the ongoing Champions League Twenty20 tournament, Trinidad and Tobago are gearing up for a final push to stay in the hunt beginning with their match against the Chennai Super Kings on Sunday.

Wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin, whose fumbling in a run out situation cost his team the game against Mumbai Indians last week, believes that the semi-final door is not shut despite two close defeats in a row.

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TTCB says: No secession on the cards

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, CMC – Trinidad and Tobago’s cricket authorities have reaffirmed their commitment to West Indies cricket following controversial comments by team captain Daren Ganga suggesting the twin-island republic could compete as a separate entity in international cricket.

In a statement, T&T Cricket Board president Azim Bassarath said any such secession would be a “major setback” to regional cricket development and ensuring West Indies cricket returned to its halcyon days.

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T&T go down to NSW in Super Over

Chennai, India, CMC – Trinidad & Tobago once again sacrificed victory on the altar of defeat in another heart-breaking finish as they lost to New South Wales a one-over Super Over following a tie in the Champions League Twenty20 on Wednesday.

Ravi Rampaul conceeded up 16 from the final over in regulation match, as the New South Wales ninth-wicket pair of Moises Henriques and Patrick Cummins levelled the scores, replying to T&T’s 139 for six in the Group-A match at the Chidambaram Stadium.

T&T lose to Mumbai in heartbreaking finish

BENGALURU, India, Sep 26, CMC – Ravi Rampaul bowled impressively to take three wickets for 17 runs from four overs, inspiring a stirring Trinidad & Tobago fight-back, but Mumbai Indians out-lasted the Caribbean Twenty20 champions, winning by one wicket in a heart-stopping, low-scoring Champions League T20 match on Monday. The West Indies fast bowler earned the Man-of-the-Match award, as T&T obstinately defended a victory target of 99 in their opening group match at the Chinnaswamy Stadium.

Simmons sweet on TT chances

BANGALORE, India, CMC – Attacking opener Lendl Simmons is backing Trinidad and Tobago to make an impact in the Champions League Twenty20, as they prepare to face powerful Mumbai Indians in their opening match of the tournament on Monday.

T&T breezed through their two-match qualifying series, topping Group B with a perfect record, to reach the main draw.

“I think we can go on very far in the tournament and even win it, once the players work hard,” said Simmons.

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