Reg U15 Points to date

Wed, Jul 30, '14


Regional U15

Guyana            18.8
T&T                 18.7
Barbados        13.4
Jamaica          12.7
Windwards     12.4
Leewards          .2

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WICB to shake up first-class structure

Tue, Jul 29, '14



In a major structural change in West Indies' first-class cricket structure, the six regional teams will be able to select players from all over the region, and possibly even from overseas. Whycliffe Cameron, the WICB president, said in a television interview that the changes - based on the recommendations of the Pybus Report - would bring a franchise structure to the regional first-class tournament, similar to that of the Caribbean Premier League. Last week, the WICB had already cut the first-class competition down to six teams by excluding Combined Campuses and Colleges.

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Regional Under 19 Round 2 results and points

Tue, Jul 29, '14


WI U-19

Barbados Under-19s vs Trinidad & Tobago Under-19s

Result: Match drawn. Points: Barbados 8.4, T&T Under-19s 8.4

Jamaica Under-19s vs Leeward Islands Under-19s

Result: Lewards Under-19s won by two wickets. Points: Leewards Under-19s 17.3, Jamaica Under-19s 4.3

Guyana Under-19s vs Windward Islands Under-19s

Result: Guyana Under-19s won by four wickets. Points: Guyana Under-19s 18.2, Windwards Under-19s 4.7

Complete scorecards for all the matches can be found at windiescricket

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Regional Under 15 tournament summarised scores

Tue, Jul 29, '14


Regional U15

Barbados vs Leewards

Barbados  292 for 6 (50 overs)     Leewards  220 for 7 (50 overs)

Result: Barbados Under-15s won by 72 runs

Windwards vs Guyana

Windwards 279 for 6 (50 overs)       Guyana 213 for 8 (50 overs)

Result: Windwards Under-15s won by 66 runs

Jamaica vs T&T

Jamaica 129 all out (45.4 overs)  T&T 130 for 2 (22.5 overs)

Result: T&T Under-15s won by eight wickets

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Lewis leads Red Steel past Zouks

Mon, Jul 28, '14


Caribbean Premier League

Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel have certainly made the most of home advantage in the last few days, as they completed their third straight win at Queen’s Park Oval yesterday, beating St Lucia Zouks by nine wickets in Limacol Caribbean Premier League action.
The Zouks looked more like they were the targets of a back alley mugging than an even contest, and their only consolation was the wicket of Man-of-the-Match Evin Lewis for 77 off 45 balls after he and opening partner Kevin O’Brien had hammered the visitors, taking the Red Steel to their target of 137 with 32 balls to spare.
O’Brien’s 55 played second fiddle to Lewis, who treated the visitors with disdain, as 12 fours and two massive sixes suggested.

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