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HERO CPL SEES MASSIVE AUDIENCE 

The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) saw an incredible 67% increase in Television, Streaming and Digital viewership in 2020, reaching 523.5million viewers and passing half a billion for the first time in the tournament’s history. The research was independently compiled by YouGov Sport, a division of SMGInsight, one of the world’s largest and most respected research firms.   The 2020 Hero CPL was the first franchise T20 tournament to take place since the lockdown and travel restrictions resulting from COVID-19, with all 33 matches played in a secure bubble at two…

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Skerritt says end petty politics and insularity

By CRICKET360 STAFF President of Cricket West Indies (CWI) Ricky Skerritt speaking at the Sir Frank Worrell Memorial Virtual Lecture organised by UWI St. Augustine has made a call for all to put petty cricket politics and insularity to bed in order to drive the growth of West Indies cricket. With the popular lecture series taking the virtual format this year Skerritt gave an account of West Indies cricket over the past 20 years and said that it’s a situation now where the West Indian cricket community needs to think…

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Regional 4-day to play in 2 countries

Regional 4-day to play in 2 countries By Cricket360 staff The Regional four-day West Indies championships will be played in two countries according to president of the T&T Cricket Board (TTCB) Azim Bassarath. He Cricket360 that the plan is for the six territories to assemble in one country and play the first two rounds of matches and then go to another country where they will play the final three rounds. “Cricket West Indies (CWI) is looking to play the four-day tournament in two sections. They want the countries to assemble…

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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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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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CWI CONGRATULATORY MESSAGE TO WINDIES “A”

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies has hailed the success of WINDIES “A” in their home series against England Lions. WINDIES “A” completed a clean sweep of three “Tests” between the two sides and followed up with a 2-1 series victory in the One-day (50 overs) format. “The Directors, management and staff of CWI, individually and collectively, commend the WINDIES ‘A’ Team on their impressive performance in the series against the England Lions, and congratulate team captain Kieran Powell, each member of the team, head coach Floyd Reifer and…

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CWI doing great work with ‘A’ team

PORT-OF-SPAIN: Former manager of the West Indies cricket team Omar Khan says that the investment being made by Cricket West Indies (CWI) into the development of the A Team cricketers is paying off well. Khan who has been the manager of the Guyana Amazon Warriors since the inception of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) said the signs for a better Windies team is clear. He remembered :”When the English A teams and other A teams were coming into the Caribbean in the early nineties and winning matches that was the…

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Sandals takes over St. Lucia youth cricket

Sandals Resorts International and the Sandals Foundation have yet again shown their commitment to the development of St. Lucia using the viable vehicle that is sport. On Wednesday their sport minded Public Relations Manager Sunil Ramdeen offered the good news that the company will be sponsoring the St. Lucia U-19 cricket tournament. According to the Trinidadian Ramdeen :”I must say that I personally …have long believed in the power of sport to empower and motivate young individuals – whatever their background might be – opening new avenues for them to…

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Central whips champs South

The winning Central Zone team before their clash against defending champs South. Central Zone defeated defending champions South Zone by 65 runs in the opening match of the 2018 Shell Interzone series at Syne Village in Penal on Wednesday. Batting first, Central slipped to 87 for seven before finally reaching 131 all out. Leading the way was Ronnielstar Perreira who scored 30. The pick of the South bowlers were Avalon Changoor 3/39, Kendal Poochoon 2/15 and Aaron Amrow 2/2. Left the relatively simple task of getting 132, South fell under…

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