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  • Prisons Service Using Cricket for Rehabilitation

    THE Trinidad and Tobago Prisons Service has teamed up with the local cricket board, and the umpires and scorers’ union for an historic initiative which is aimed at greatly assisting in the rehabilitative efforts of inmates. On Monday, officials of the three bodies officially launched an unique Inmate Cricket Development Program for “clients” of…

  • Local Cricket Mourns Patrick Rampersad

    THE CRICKET community was plunged into mourning on Wednesday with the sudden passing of Patrick Rampersad, the third vice-president of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board. Rampersad, 60, succumbed after falling ill around midday at his office on Henry Street, Port-of-Spain. He was a prominent Customs Broker. Affable and easy going, Rampersad was also…

  • CWI MEETS WITH WINDIES WOMEN

    KINGSTON, Jamaica – With just over 150 days to the start of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 Championship in the West Indies, Cricket West Indies officially launched its Women’s Patron Program in Kingston today (June 13). The five women are Yaneek Page, Dahlia Harris, Sandra Glasgow, Pat Garel and Ann-Marie Vaz and they have “pledged…

  • WINDIES B SQUAD FOR GLOBAL T20

    ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies now has a WINDIES B squad. That is the squad that has been assembled to travel to Canada for the inaugural Global T20 Canada League which will run from June 28 to July 15. The international tournament is set to attract other elite T20 players from across, but Director of…

  • CWI RENEWS WITH KYAZOONGA

    CWI RENEWS WITH KYAZOONGA AS ITS OFFICIAL TICKETING PARTNER   St JOHN’S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies (CWI) has renewed its relationship with Kyazoonga as its official ticketing partner for all international home and domestic series and host tournaments in all formats in the region. Speaking on the agreement, Commercial Director, Dominic Warne, said, “one…

  • SANDALS NEW SPONSORS FOR WI

    ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies (CWI) is delighted to announce that Sandals Resorts, the iconic Caribbean brand and global leader in the luxury travel industry, has agreed a long-term contract to become the new principal partner and team sponsor of the WINDIES, following their support of last week’s Hurricane Relief T20 Challenge at…

  • Be Careful Cops Pond Boys

    BE CAREFUL emerged winners of the recent Pond Boys Sports Club T10 Inter Village Mixed Windball Cricket Tournament. Runners up were Limers, with Showstoppers claiming third place, and Haniff Bomb Squad in fourth. “Player of the Match” in the final was Aneesha Ali Hosein of Limers while the “Most Disciplined Team” award was copped by Rising Stars. “Most Outstanding Youth” was Under-15 player Jonathan Jebodh of the President Squad, while Wish Monsterz grabbed…

  • Umpires, Scorers Warn Against Cricket Report

    PRESIDENT of the Umpires and Scorers’ Council Parasram Singh is warning against the unconscionable haste to adopt the controversial Independent Revue Committee’s Report on the Governance of Cricket in Trinidad and Tobago. Singh also knocked what he described as a campaign of misinformation and hysteria conducted in the local media by disgruntled members of…

  • Comets Closer to 2nd Big Title

    NEWLY crowned Premiership champions Alescon Comets pressed for a second major title of the 2018 cricket season after defeating Merryboys by five wickets on Monday to advance to the semifinals of the T20 Festival. After Merryboys had posted 143 for five wickets in their 20 overs, Comets replied with  144, also with the loss…

  • Ganga Misinformation Harms Cricket

    THE Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board has stated that former national cricket captain Daren Ganga is attempting to overturn the democratic process of the organisation by advocating for the wholesale and immediate adoption of the report of an Independent Review Committee on the governance structure of the national sports organisation. President of the TTCB,…

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