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Standford 20/20

Stanford pays millions for official recognition

Jun 12, 2008: The West Indies Cricket Board has announced that it has been paid US$2 million by Allen Stanford as a licensing fee for sanctioning the Stanford 20/20 tournament in Antigua

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Stanford 20/20

'My confidence is really high now' - Mohammed

Feb 26, 2008: Before he left Trinidad for Antigua to compete in the 2008 Stanford 20/20 Tournament with the national senior cricket team, Dave Mohammed declared he would be the chief wicket-taker in the competition

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Stanford 20/20

Ganga: Fans drove us to succeed

Feb 26, 2008: Trinidad and Tobago cricket has been elevated to a new level with the success of the senior team over the last few years and Daren Ganga, their captain, believes it is the expectations of the fans that enabled them to walk away as 2008 Stanford 20/20 cham

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England and Australia in the frame

Stanford offers $20 million winner-takes-all pot

Feb 25, 2008: As the second staging of his Stanford 20/20 finished, Allen Stanford, the Antiguan-based Texas billionaire, has again put his money where his mouth is in a bid to stage a winner-takes-all US$20 million showdown

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Jamaica v Trinidad, Stanford 20/20 final

Trinidad are the million-dollar men

Feb 24, 2008: Trinidad and Tobago, led by a four-wicket haul from Dave Mohammed, bowled out Jamaica for 91 before completing the run-chase with ease to claim the $1 million jackpot in the second edition of the Stanford 20/20

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Guyana v Jamaica , 2nd semi-final, Stanford 20/20

Jamaica clinch thrilling one-run scrap

Feb 23, 2008: Jamaica claimed a thrilling one-run win over defending champions Guyana to move into the final of the Stanford 20/20

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Barbados v Trinidad , 1st semi-final, Stanford 20/20

Trinidad edge out Barbados in thriller

Feb 22, 2008: Trinidad & Tobago's Dave Mohammed, the left-arm spinner, held his nerve in the final over to help his side clinch a thrilling five-run win over Barbados in the first Stanford 20/20 semi-final

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Antigua and Barbuda v Guyana , 4th quarter-final, Stanford 20/20

Guyana pip Antigua and Barbuda to semis

Feb 18, 2008: Guyana defeated Antigua and Barbuda by 10 runs in the last quarter-final match of the Stanford 20/20 in Coolidge

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Jamaica v Nevis, 3rd quarter-final, Stanford 20/20

Jamaica brush aside Nevis to enter semi-finals

Feb 17, 2008: Jamaica, led by a fine all-round performance by Marlon Samuels, who top-scored with 47 and took a brace of wickets, claimed a convincing eight-wicket win over Nevis to enter the semi-finals of the Stanford 20/20

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Barbados v Grenada, 2nd quarter-final, Stanford 20/20

Barbados storm into semi-finals

Feb 16, 2008: Jonathan Carter and Ryan Hinds stitched together their second successive match-winning partnership as Barbados booked their place in the semi-finals with a 54-run win against Grenada in Coolidge

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St Vincent and the Grenadines v Trinidad & Tobago, Stanford 20/20

Trinidad win a spot in the semis

Feb 14, 2008: St Vincent and the Grenadines made a meal of the target set to them by Trinidad and Tobago and handed them a 59-run win and a spot in the semi-finals of the Stanford 20/20

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Stanford 20/20 exit a defeat too far

Anger greets Bermuda's capitulation

Feb 13, 2008: Widespread anger greeted Bermuda's humiliating exit from the Stanford 20/20

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Batsman ineligible for selection, say tournament rules

Barbados drop Stoute after selection mix-up

Feb 13, 2008: In a mix-up over the interpretation of the eligibility rules, Kevin Stoute, the Barbados opener, has been withdrawn from the squad for all the remaining matches of the Stanford 20/20

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Missing the mark

'Stanford 20/20 cannot contribute to West Indies' revival'

Feb 13, 2008: "If the Standford 20/20 is also being marketed as a means of contributing to the revival of the West Indies as a competitive force, especially in Test cricket, then that claim seems very wide down the leg-side," writes Fazeer Mohammed

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Guyana v Bermuda, Stanford 20/20

Guyana crush Bermuda to reach quarters

Feb 10, 2008: Guyana scored a comfortable nine-wicket win over Bermuda in Coolidge to complete the quarter-final line-up of the Stanford 20/20

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Stanford 20/20 2007-08

Barbados include Browne and Stoute

Feb 10, 2008: Barbados have drafted in wicketkeeper Patrick Browne and allrounder Kevin Stoute to the 13-member squad for their Stanford 20/20 quarter-final match against Grenada next Friday

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Antigua and Barbuda v United States Virgin Islands, Stanford 20/20

Antigua cruise into quarter-finals

Feb 9, 2008: Antigua and Barbuda cruised into the quarter-finals of the Stanford 20/20 with an easy 24-run win against United States Virgin Islands in Coolidge

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Montserrat v Nevis, Stanford 20/20

Nevis send Montserrat crashing out

Feb 9, 2008: Last year's semi-finalists Nevis sent Montserrat packing from season two of the Standford 20/20 with a 74-run win in Coolidge and sealed their place in the quarter-finals

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Bahamas v Jamaica, Stanford 20/20

Jamaica bulldoze Bahamas

Feb 7, 2008: Jamaica celebrated reggae legend Bob Marley's birthday with an imposing 118-run win over Bahamas in their Stanford 20/20 match in Coolidge

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Woodley, Hamilton, and Boland to take MRI scan

Nevis plagued by injuries ahead of opening match

Feb 6, 2008: Nevis leave for Antigua today with an injury-cloud hanging over several of their players ahead of their first Stanford 20/20 match against Montserrat on Friday

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Tournament Results
Jamaica v Trinidad & T at Coolidge - Feb 24, 2008
Trinidad & T won by 9 wickets (with 64 balls remaining)
Guyana v Jamaica at Coolidge - Feb 23, 2008
Jamaica won by 1 run
Barbados v Trinidad & T at Coolidge - Feb 22, 2008
Trinidad & T won by 5 runs
Antg & Barb v Guyana at Coolidge - Feb 17, 2008
Guyana won by 10 runs
Jamaica v Nevis at Coolidge - Feb 16, 2008
Jamaica won by 8 wickets (with 14 balls remaining)
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