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Major changes made in regional structure

Trinidad Express article.

Port of Spain, Trinidad - Contracted players in every territory. An extended first-class season starting in November.

Triple centurions in Windies First Class

Kaieteur News article.

Georgetown, Guyana - Statistician Charwayne Walker this week looks at players who would have hit triple centuries for the West Indies over the years.

Injury grounds Windwards skipper

Jamaica Gleaner article.

Kingston, Jamaica - Windward Islands captain, Liam Sebastien, is still recovering from a head injury he sustained on Friday's first day of the WICB Four-Day Championship against Jamaica at Sabina Park.

WATCH LIVE: Regional 4-Day, Round 4

St John's, Antigua - Day 3 of Round 4 of the Regional 4-Day tournament promises to be an entertaining one with six teams battling it out across three venues in the Caribbean.

Windwards fight hard for crucial points

Kingston, Jamaica, CMC – Romel Currency and Tyrone Theophile stroked half-centuries to give Windward Islands the upper hand over Jamaica, in their fourth round, Regional Four-Day clash here Saturday.

Resuming the second day at Sabina Park on 56 for four, the Windwards pushed on to 216 for nine declared, with captain Liam Sebastien unable to bat.

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