Cricket

  • GUYANA SET TO HOST W.I. WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS

    JOHN’S, Antigua- Guyana will host the annual WINDIES Women’s Championships. The double format tournament featuring the Colonial Medical Insurance Women’s Super50 Cup and the Women’s T20 Blaze will play concurrently from March 17- April 4 across four grounds in Guyana. The National Stadium in Providence, Georgetown Cricket Club, Everest Cricket Club and Enmore grounds will…

  • Sam Jattan Cricket Registration Opens

    ONE of central Trinidad’s most successful development competitions is set to attract a record participation from secondary school cricketers who will be at home during the upcoming Easter vacation. The Sam Jattan Cricket League has traditionally been a showpiece of budding cricket talent where participants have gone on to represent their zones at various…

  • KEEN INTEREST STILL IN FINAL TWO MATCHES

    JOHN’S, Antigua –There is still more than just passing interest with the final two matches in the West Indies Championship, starting tomorrow here and in Trinidad. With the Guyana Jaguars having finished their schedule of matches for the season last round and accumulated 154.2 points – they have practically claimed the Headley/Weekes Trophy, symbol…

  • PRESIDENT CAMERON, SKIPPER HOLDER OPTIMISTIC…

    PRESIDENT CAMERON, SKIPPER HOLDER OPTIMISTIC ABOUT THE FUTURE OF WEST INDIES CRICKET BARBADOS – Cricket West Indies (CWI) president Dave Cameron and Captain Jason Holder have high hopes for WINDIES cricket as the side continues to demonstrate “the immense talent of West Indians.” Following a victory in the Test series with England, Cameron believes a…

  • WINDIES VS ENGLAND T20I TICKETS ON SALE IN ST KITTS

    WINDIES VS ENGLAND T20I TICKETS ON SALE IN ST KITTS, INCLUDING PARTY STAND AND VIP AREA   ST JOHN’S, Antigua – The biggest tour of the West Indies by England for ten years end in St Kitts on Friday, March 8 and Sunday, March 10 with the second and third T20 Internationals. The WINDIES have…

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  • TTCF RACING COMMITTEE

    The Racing Committee of the Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation wishes to respond to the recent publications made against the Committee and National Coach – Erin Hartwell by National Cyclist Quincy Alexander. The Racing Committee is responsible for the selection of all cycling National Teams to represent Trinidad and Tobago at events. The Committee…

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pos
Team
P
PTS
  • 1
    Team 4
    9
    23
  • 2
    Team 8
    8
    19
  • 3
    Team 7
    6
    18
  • 4
    Team 10
    5
    17
  • 5
    Team 6
    7
    15
  • 6
    Team 9
    11
    14
  • 7
    Team 3
    8
    13
  • 8
    Team 1
    3
    12
  • 9
    Team 2
    4
    11
  • 10
    Team 5
    3
    10
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