The Quarter-final and semi-final matches in this year’s National Lotteries Authority National Twenty/20 Cricket Championship will be played this weekend. On Saturday match (1), Team Rivals versus Carl Joseph Law Chambers ASCO at Arnos Vale (2), match (2) will be between Victors One against The News Spartans at the Park Hill Playing Field. Match (3),… Continue Reading →
National player, Desron Maloney scored the 1st century in the South Rivers Tape Ball Twenty/20 Cricket Championship on Saturday night at the South Rivers Playing Field as Center Street beat Matches Lane by 56 runs. Final scores: Centre Street 226 for 5 off 15-overs; Maloney 107 not out, Teron Barnum 43, Vasquez McKenzie 26, Marvin… Continue Reading →
West Indies are through to the ICC World Under-19 Cricket Cup Final after beating host Bangladesh by 3 wickets today in Bangladesh. They will now meet India in Sunday’s Final. The Final scores: Bangladesh 226 off 50-ovres, West Indies 230 for 7 off 48.4-overs. West Indies won by 3 wickets and they would now meet… Continue Reading →
The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Cricket Association Inc. has established a partnership with Scotiabank for the Junior Secondary School Cricket Championship this year. Scotiabank handed over a Cheque for EC$20,000.00 to the Association yesterday morning at the Administrative Center of the Sports Complex. Syran Clarke, Commercial Banking Manager of Scotiabank said the Bank was… Continue Reading →
Umpires in the 2015 Greggs Twenty/20 Softball Cricket and Captains of teams in the Championship will meet tomorrow at 5 pm at the Old Primary School at Greggs to finalize plans for the Tournament.
The first round of quarter-final matches in the Sagicor/Bank of St. Vincent and the Grenadines East Kingstown Twenty/20 Softball Cricket Championship will be played this weekend at the Richmond Hill Playing Field. Tomorrow from 12:30 pm, Smart Strikers will face Bank of St. Vincent and the Grenadines All Stars and Attackers will take on Customs… Continue Reading →
Darren Bravo and Dwayne Bravo produced career-best performances to put Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel in the second semi-final of this year’s Caribbean Premier League Twenty/20 Cricket Tournament with a 27-run win against Jamaica Tallawahs at the Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain, Trinidad last night. Darren Bravo scored a stroke-filled 86 off 63… Continue Reading →
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