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WEST Indies Cricket Board (WICB) are remaining firm in their view that the members of the WI 15-man squad, for the forthcoming ICC T20 World Cup in India, will either have to sign their tournament contracts by Sunday or be replaced.

Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel have been renamed Trinbago Knight Riders in a move that reflects the vision of the new Indian owners to make the brand a truly global one.

Barbados Tridents skipper Kieron Pollard will not be in attendance today at the Caribbean Premier League Player Draft which gets underway at the Concorde Experience, Chris Church, Barbados.

Cricket followers in the USA will have the chance to watch some of the greatest players in the world this summer in the HERO Caribbean Premier League (CPL) after the International Cricket Council (ICC) approved the staging of Twenty20 (T20) fixtures in the forthcoming 2016 season.

It was the clash of the titans in the Arabian Gulf League yesterday as the legendary Xavi Hernandez, formerly of La Liga’s powerhouse Barcelona, led Al Saad into battle against Trinidad and Tobago’s Kenwyne Jones and his Al Jazira team. When the final whistle sounded it was Jones and his Abu Dhabi-based squad celebrating with Jones scoring his four(...)

It was the clash of the titans in the Arabian Gulf League yesterday as the legendary Xavi Hernandez, formerly of La Liga’s powerhouse Barcelona, led Al Saad into battle against Trinidad and Tobago’s Kenwyne Jones and his Al Jazira team. When the final whistle sounded it was Jones and his Abu Dhabi-based squad celebrating with Jones scoring his four(...)

Former national female pugilist, Kim ‘Bone Crusher’ Quashie, has called on Minister of Sport Darryl Smith to exercise caution during the process of selecting members for a new executive at the Trinidad and Tobago Amateur Boxing Association (TTABA).



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