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CT20 is an investment in young players - Transcript of interview with CEO Hilaire

 

WindiesCricket.com sat down with WICB CEO Dr. Ernest Hilaire for a frank and exclusive interview on Caribbean Twenty20 2011 which will be played from January 10th to the 23rd in Antigua and Barbados. Following is a complete transcript of the interview.

WindiesCricket.com: Dr. Hilaire the Caribbean T20 2011 is a few short weeks away, what are the projections for this marquee tournament?

Bagai back at top for Canada in CT20

Toronto, Canada – Canada have named an experienced team for next year’s West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament. The side will be led by inspirational wicket-keeper/batsman Ashish Bagai, who is making a comeback. The tournament will be played at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium in Antigua and Kensington Oval in Barbados from Monday, January 10 to Sunday January 23

Bopara, Finn headline strong England Lions squad for WICB Regional 4 Day Tournament

 

London, England – English international players Ravi Bopara, Steve Finn and Craig Kieswetter have been named by the ECB on a strong England Lions squad to participate in the WICB Regional 4 Day Tournament which will be played in the Caribbean from February 4th to April 11th.

Jamaican born pacer Maurice Chambers is also in the squad which includes Adil Rashid and is captained by James Hildreth.

Carlos Brathwaite gets call-up as Bajans name side for CT20

Bridgetown, Barbados – Allrounder Carlos Brathwaite is the only newcomer in the Barbados squad for the upcoming West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 tournament. The 22-year-old six-footer, who is an opening batsman and medium-pacer, has been rewarded for consistent performance for Banks in the Division 1 tournament. He will join his cousin Jonathan Carter in the squad.

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WICB announces cheap Caribbean T20 ticket prices

 

St John’s Antigua Fans will not have to dig deeply into their pockets to enjoy the action at the Caribbean Twenty20 matches in Antigua and Barbados.

The West Indies Cricket Board has announced that ticket prices will be minimal with tickets for all matches in Antigua costing a mere EC$10.

Tickets for all preliminary matches and the semi-finals in Barbados will cost BD$10. Tickets for the final on Sunday January 23rd at Kensington Oval will be just BD$15.

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