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The Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board T20 Cricket Festival

The Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board T20 Cricket Festival currently underway at the beautiful Brian Lara Stadium in Tarouba is gearing up for two exciting semi-final matches on Thursday, and the Grand Final on Friday.

Thursday’s semi-finals will see south teams FCB Clarke Road United and PowerGen Penal Sports Club in action. Clarke Road play Merryboys in the first semi-final at 3pm and will be followed by PowerGen Penal against Central Sports in the second game of the evening’s double-header at 7 pm.


There will be new champions this year as Central Sports defeated title-holders champions Queen’s Park on Saturday when action got going at the Brian Lara Stadium.
PowerGen easily brushed aside Victoria United while Clarke Road defeated Courts Orangefield and Merryboys beat Canefarm United in the other quarter -final games.

A number of national and regional players will feature in the two semi-finals with West Indies picks Evin Lewis, Jason Mohammed, Andre Fletcher and Delorn Johnson appearing for PowerGen Penal Sports Club.

National and West Indies “A” Team opener Kyle Hope, Yannick Ottley, promising young fast bowler Anderson Philips and Jyd Goolie will feature in the FCB Clarke Road team. 

National captain Marlon Richards will lead Merryboys while Central Sports will be led by former Red Force player Shazam Babwah and will have Jamaican Super 50 player Steven Taylor in their line-up.

The TTCB T20 Festival has generated tremendous interest and exciting cricket at the picturesque BL Stadium and all of Trinidad and Tobago are urged to converge on Thursday and Friday for the  highly anticipated matches.
There will be the added incentives for fans to participate in giveaways and prizes for catches in the crowd. 

Admission to the games are $40 for Thursday’s double-header and $60 for Friday’s final.
Please note that no glass bottles will be allowed.

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