HEADLINE: West Indies Championship rounds 3 to 5 scheduled for Trinidad and Guyana

link CaribbeanCricket.com Joined: Mar 6, 2003
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3/6/23, 3:39:17 PM 

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies (CWI) today announced the match schedule and venues for the final three rounds of the West Indies Championship, the region’s first-class four-day red ball tournament, which will be played in Trinidad and Guyana.

Two rounds have been played so far and the tournament will resume on 15 to 18 March with Trinidad & Tobago Red Force hosting current West Indies Championship leaders, Guyana Harpy Eagles at Brian Lara Cricket Academy. The other two matches in the third round will see Leeward Islands Hurricanes face Barbados Pride at Queen’s Park Oval¸Trinidad and the Jamaica Scorpions facing Windward Islands Volcanoes at the Guyana National Stadium. The fourth round will be played from 22 to 25 March with the fifth and final round from 29 March to 1 April.

Roland Holder, CWI’s Manager of Cricket Operations said: “The first two rounds of matches last month offered great excitement and we are delighted to see the resumption of the West Indies Championship. Based on what we saw in the first phase of matches, we can expect more keen competition among the six teams as they vie for the prestigious Headley/Weekes Trophy. There is a lot to play for, as players also have the opportunity to compete for places in the Headley/Weekes Series which will follow at the end of the West Indies Championship and prepare to compete for spots on the international stage.”

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link Sylobaby Joined: May 17, 2020
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3/7/23, 11:09:26 AM 
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/Really? Never have I seen so much foolishness in West Indies cricket. After almost a month break they resuming. Tell me how they expect to develop players with this nonsense? Yes we are always happy to see our West Indies players competing in our four day games but doesn’t their absence create an opportunity to see new players? Would Jordan be on Barbados team, let alone on West Indies tour if the likes of Roach, Holder, Myers and Reifer were available for Barbados duty in the first two rounds ? Every damn thing about West Indies cricket is flat out wrong and very discouraging

link Wasp Joined: Dec 31, 2007
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3/7/23, 12:59:06 PM 
I thought the tornie was canceled for some unknown reason...

Oh well...good luck to all..some must have lost form...and on the brighter side injured players have healed

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