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Jamaica made it four wins out of four after beating Trinidad and Tobago in a low-scoring encounter in Kingston . Jamaica were on the back foot after being put in, as T&T bowled them out for 147 on the first day. Left-arm spinner Kavesh Kantasingh
Trinidad & Tobago earned the unique honour of winning the Caribbean Twenty20 for the third successive year, and their fourth title overall, after they trampled over a hapless Guyana with a nine-wicket victory. Anointed the favourites from the moment
Barbados 73 for 5 (Justin Brathwaite 23, Santokie 2-14) beat Jamaica 72 (Bonner 21, Carlos Brathwaite 4-23, Hinds 3-12) by five wickets Scorecard Carlos Brathwaite and Ryan Hinds took seven wickets between them to help rout Jamaica for 72 at Queen's
Board sealed the ballot box because the union and the company disagreed over which names should appear on the voters' list, said Kevin Shimmin, national representative of the United Food and Commercial Workers Canada union. More Related to this Story
West Indies Twenty20 champions Trinidad and Tobago will have to play qualifying matches for the second-year running to make it to the main draw of the Champions League , a situation that T&T chief operations manager Dudnath Ramkessoon termed '
Javon Searles returned with a match-haul of 11 for 83 in a low-scoring thriller where Barbados survived a second innings collapse to beat Windward Islands by 17 runs in Grenada . In a low-scoring match, which finished within two days, Searles' effort
At the same time, third-place hosts Trinidad and Tobago are looking to do the same against Windward Islands in Port-of-Spain and Barbados are looking to forge ahead at the expense of the Combined Campuses and Colleges in Bridgetown. At the Vivian
Guyana moved into second position on the Regional Four Day Competition points table with a four-wicket win against Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC) in St Kitts . CCC chose to bat, but could not pile up a substantial first-innings total: only
West Indies allrounder Kieron Pollard has suffered a shoulder injury and will be out of action for a period of at least three weeks. Pollard sustained the injury during Trinidad & Tobago's Regional Super50 game against Leeward Islands . He missed the
October 27, 2011 Trinidad & Tobago secured a place in the final of the Regional Super50 with a four-wicket win against Guyana at Providence . Guyana chose to bat but came unstuck against T&T's spin-heavy attack and medium-pacer Rayad Emrit.