Trinidad Cricket

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO CRICKET BOARD (TTCB)

National Cricket Centre
Clifford Roach Drive
Balmain, Couva, Trinidad

Tel: (868) 636 1577 or (868) 636 4745
Fax: (868) 679 4638
Email: ttcricketboard@mail.tt

President: Azim Bassarath
Secretary: Arjoon Ramlal

The Trinidad & Tobago Cricket Board is responsible for cricket in Trinidad & Tobago.

The inaugural West Indies Cricket Board's Caribbean T20 tournament has been hailed as a resounding success. Dr Julian Hunte, President of the WICB, was full of praise for the organizers who worked tirelessly to put on the tournament and also congratulated everyone who played a role in the July 22-31 event. He also lauded the players, members of the management for the eight teams, and the match officials for their enthusiasm,...

Summarised scores in the fifth and final round of matches in the TCL Group-sponsored West Indies Cricket Board Under-19 One-Day Trophy matches played on Wednesday in St Lucia:

At Gros Islet: Leewards won by 149 runs
Leeward Islands 329 (Shane Burton 172 -- 103 balls, 12x4, 16x6, Nino Henry 25 not out, Akeem Saunders 20, Haydn Walsh jnr 18, Adelvin Philip 16 not out, Rahkeem...

Shane Burton, the Leeward Islands batsman, smashed an amazing 16 sixes as he made a magnificent 172 from just 103 balls in the final round of matches in the TCL Group-sponsored West Indies Cricket Board Under-19 One-Day Trophy matches played on Wednesday in St Lucia.

The 18-year-old left-hander, who has played for Antigua & Barbuda in the Leeward Islands senior tournament, also hit 14 boundaries in his record-breaking...

In order to aid in protecting the integrity of cricket in the region, for the first time the West Indies Cricket Board has decided compile and publicly announce the complete list of all approved cricket within its jurisdiction.

"The WICB takes very seriously it’s responsibility in overseeing cricket in the West Indies and as such we are making public the list of approved cricket so that there can be no...

Defending champions Trinidad and Tobago will face Guyana in their opening match of the West Indies Cricket Board's Women's League 50-over tournament in St Vincent. The Trinidadians will be looking to get off to a winning start when the two sides meet at the Sion Hill Playing Field on Thursday at 10 am (9 am Jamaica Time).

The champs have a number of international players in their line-up and will be looking to take back-to...

Full list of players and fixtures for the West Indies Cricket Board's Women's League 50-over tournament to be played in St Vincent. All matches start at 10 am.
Zone A: Jamaica, Barbados, St Lucia, Dominica
Zone B: Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada

Jamaica: Stafanie Taylor (captain), Shanel Daley (vice captain), Abbiegaye Hendricks, Chedean Nation...

Kingstown, St Vincent – The West Indies Cricket Board Women’s League 50-over Tournament 2010 gets underway today in St Vincent. In their opening match host St Vincent won the toss and opted to bat first against Grenada at the Arnos Vale 2 ground.

The match between Trinidad and Tobago has been moved from Sion Hill due to a wet ground and is now slated to be played at Victoria Park. There will be...

Kingstown, St Vincent: Home side St Vincent and the Grenadines made an excellent start to the West Indies Cricket Board’s Women’s 50-Over League in the opening round of matches on Thursday. Openers Cordel Jack and Samantha Lynch have so far put on 90 for the first wicket off 19 overs against Grenada at Arnos Vale Playing Field 2. Jack, the team captain who also plays for the West Indies at the...

Grenada bowlers and fielders had a superb fight back against St Vincent and the Grenadines to dismissed the home team for 126 off 48 overs on the opening day of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Women’s 50-Over League on Thursday. In the first half of their innings St Vincent’s openers Cordel Jack and Samantha Lynch played well and added 94 on a good batting surface at Arnos Vale Playing Field 2.

However...

Jamaica recorded the first victory of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Women’s 50-Over League when they trounced Barbados by eight wickets on Thursday. The Jamaicans, who are joint favourites for the title along with Trinidad and Tobago, strolled to 100-2 off 29 overs after dismissing the Bajans for 99 off 46 overs.

It was an easier than expected result for Jamaica as their opponents failed to perform on a good...

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