HEADLINE: Super50 Cup semi-finals: Red Force aiming for home glory

link CaribbeanCricket.com Joined: Mar 5, 2003
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11/26/19, 10:34:40 PM 

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad - The 2019 Colonial Medical Insurance Super50 Cup semi-finals are set up to be a battle of traditional Caribbean powerhouses against impressive underdogs, live on ESPN Caribbean this Thursday and Friday from 1:30 pm ECT/12:30 pm Jamaica Time at the Queen’s Park Oval.

On Thursday, Zone A table-toppers Barbados Pride, six-time competition winners since 1972/73, lock horns with Zone B runners-up West Indies Emerging Players who only secured their semi final spot after last years finalist Guyana Jaguars, lost their final crucial group game the United States Of America.

On Friday, eleven-time champions and Zone B winners Trinidad & Tobago Red Force, face off against in form four-time winners Leeward Islands Hurricanes, who overcame a late challenge from Jamaica Scorpions to seal their semi final place.

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link dayne Joined: May 28, 2007
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11/27/19, 7:33:24 AM 
In reply to CaribbeanCricket.com

It really reflects poorly on Guyana that they could not win their game against the USA to make it to the semi's, the USA was one of the weakest teams in the tournament this year.

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