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Stewart takes Potomac to US title

  Former T&T all-rounder Navin ‘Gonzalo’ Stewart won his 17th title since winning the US Open T20 title in 2018 with the California Bears after he led Potomac to the Washington Cricket League crown, a week ago in the United States. In the semi-finals, Stewart grabbed two wickets and took two catches to take Potomac to the final with a narrow one-wicket win over DC Capitals. In the final, he thumped 15 not out off six balls to help his team rattle up 193/3 in their 20 overs against Titans….

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International International News 

Ali Khan to feature at US Open T20

  Ali Khan to feature at US Open T20   MARGATE/FL – USA: American cricket’s poster boy Muhammad Ali Khan is to feature at the US Open T20 tournament which will be played at the Central Broward Regional Park in Fort Lauderdale from December 15.     Information reaching 925 News is that the Kolkata Knight Riders player will be lining up with the US All Stars/Falcons/Multan team at the cash-rich tournament. Khan has had a series of injuries which has affected him during the Caribbean Premier League and also…

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International International News 

Chris Gayle reaches 1000 sixes

  Chris Gayle reaches 1000 sixes   By Cricket360 Staff   Universe Boss Chris Gayle became the first batsman to hit 1000 sixes when he struck his seventh out of eight today en route to 99 against Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League.    The big Jamaican left-hander smacked his runs off 63 balls with eight sixes and six fours. His effort took his team King’s XI Punjab to an impressive 185/4 after their 20 overs. In response, Rajasthan Royals made 185/3 winning easily.   Gayle, however, was the…

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International News 

Windies fall to second defeat against Pakistan

  KARACHI, Pakistan, CMC – An out-of-sorts West Indies fared little better in the second Twenty20 International, producing another insipid display in an 82-run defeat, to concede the three-match series to Pakistan here Monday. Only 24 hours after being dismissed for their lowest-ever T20 total and suffering the second heaviest defeat in the format, West Indies once again failed to show any enterprise, crashing to 123 all out with four balls left, in pursuit of an intimidating 206 at the National Stadium. Opener Chadwick Walton belted a top score of…

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International News 

ICC will only meet with PMs if Cameron is present

PORT-OF-SPAIN: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has told the chairman of the Prime Ministerial Sub-committee on cricket Dr. Ralph Gonzales that they will not entertain any meeting with his group unless the president of Cricket West Indies (CWI) Dave Cameron is present. Dr. Gonzales the Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has written to the ICC asking for a meeting with the world cricket body during the upcoming CHOGM in England in April 18-20. Guardian Media was able to secure a letter sent by the ICC to Dr….

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Regional News 

Central Sports whip Merryboys

Ewart Nicholson scored his second century of the season   Central Sports led by the veteran Shazan Babwah scored a wonderful nine-wicket victory yesterday over Merryboys as fourth round matches in the TTCB Premiership came to an end. Central Sports were the only team to record an outright victory in the round, as the other three matches all ended in stalemates. Responding to Merryboys first innings score 176, Central Sports on the back of Kamil Pooran’s century made 309. They then skittled out Merrboys for just 174 in their second…

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Hillview crowned Secondary Schools champions

Hillview College repeated as champions of the PowerGen Secondary Schools Cricket Council league when they inflicted a massive 211-run victory over Barrackpore West Secondary at Barrackpore yesterday. Trailing second place Naparima College by three points going into this final game, Hillview batted first and scored 272 for five 35 overs, with centuries from West Indies under-19 players Kirstan Kallicharan and Keagan Simmons. Kallicharan who has been in very good form this season smacked a rapid 118, while Simmons, who scored a century for the Windies at the Under-19 World Cup…

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International News 

WINDIES WOMEN SUFFER HEAVY DEFEAT IN 2ND T20 INTERNATIONAL.

Mt. Maunganui, New Zealand- Poor fielding and bowling costed the WINDIES Women the 2nd T20 International against New Zealand White Ferns by 106 runs, a far-cry from the close contest of the first match. Captain Stafanie Taylor won the toss and elected to bowl first in cool conditions as it gets progressively colder during the night in Tauranga. Hayley Matthews dropped Sophie Devine the very first ball of the match. However, White Ferns Captain Suzie Bates was the first to go for 14 when Connell lit up her bails. New…

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International News 

WINDIES WOMEN SUFFER HEAVY DEFEAT IN 2ND T20 INTERNATIONAL.

Mt. Maunganui, New Zealand- Poor fielding and bowling costed the WINDIES Women the 2nd T20 International against New Zealand White Ferns by 106 runs, a far-cry from the close contest of the first match. Captain Stafanie Taylor won the toss and elected to bowl first in cool conditions as it gets progressively colder during the night in Tauranga. Hayley Matthews dropped Sophie Devine the very first ball of the match. However, White Ferns Captain Suzie Bates was the first to go for 14 when Connell lit up her bails. New…

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Domestic News 

Sam Jattan Cricket League Bowls Off

THE POPULAR Sam Jattan Youth Cricket League will be back with a bang over the upcoming Easter school holidays with attractive prizes at stake for the top Under-14 cricketers in the Central Zone of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board. Leading the revival of the 30-overs per team competition is former minister of sport Manohar Ramsaran, acting chairman of the league, who revealed that competition will get underway on Tuesday, March 27. Ramsaran, who is also an executive member of the TTCB, and an advisor to UDECOTT charman Noel Garcia…

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