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TT aim to blood new talent in S/Africa

PIARCO, TRINIDAD - Trinidad and Tobago women’s cricket captain Merissa Aguilleira says one of the aims of the team’s tour of South Africa, which begins this weekend, is to help groom younger players.

The cricketers, who left Trinidad on Wednesday, will engage local clubs in a goodwill tour starting tomorrow. 

NEC funding women’s cricket in T&T

Women’s cricket will be among the beneficiaries of $125,000 pumped into the development of cricket for the 2013 season by the National Energy Corporation (NEC). 

T&T women off to tour South Africa

PIARCO, TRINIDAD - Trinidad and Tobago’s women cricketers left Piarco International Airport on Wednesday for South Africa to engage local clubs in a goodwill tour. But for skipper Merissa Aguilleira and her charges, the trip will be more than a practice series.

Nicholson: The rise of Windies women

LONDON, ENGLAND - Anyone who knows anything about cricket knows about the West Indies team of the 1980s.

Greenidge. Lloyd. Marshall. Holding. Garner. Richards. Walsh. All greats of the game, all names that conjure up instant recognition.

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.

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