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Trinidad & Tobago captain Dwayne Bravo dismissed suggestions that his team will be favourites in the Nagico Super50 final despite playing at home, pointing at Barbados' unbeaten run this year
A mid-innings stutter cost Trinidad & Tobago the Nagico Super50 title as they fell short of Barbados' target by 17 runs. The win ensured that Barbados finished the List A competition unbeaten
Trinidad & Tobago advanced to the Nagico Super50 final with a resounding seven-wicket win over Jamaica at Queen's Park Oval.
Barbados advanced to the semifinals of the Nagico Super50 with a four-wicket win over Leeward Islands on Monday
An incisive bowling performance from Trinidad & Tobago paved the way for the team's seven-wicket mauling of CCC at the Queens Park Oval
Nkrumah Bonner hit his highest domestic one-day score to almost single-handedly drag Jamaica to 243, before his team's bowlers bowled out Guyana 11 short of the target
Kirk Edwards, the West Indies batsman, has said his removal from the Barbados squad for allegedly refusing to sign for on some kit came as a shock
Former West Indies captain Floyd Reifer will retire from regional cricket at the end of the season, the Combined Campuses and Colleges management announced on Wednesday
Guyana knocked Windward Islands out of the Nagico Super50 tournament with a 22-run win and clinched a semifinal berth in the process.
Jerome Taylor took 3 for 33 in his first match back for Jamaica in nearly three years to help his side to a six-wicket win over Ireland
Combined Campuses and Colleges handed Leeward Islands one of their worst losses in List A cricket.
Barbados kept the winning streak going for teams batting first in the Nagico Super50 with a 28-run win over Trinidad & Tobago
Keddy Lesporis' unbeaten century went in vain as Windward Islands fell short by 14 runs against Jamaica in the opening match of the Nagico Super50 under lights at Queen's Park Oval
Windward Islands captain Liam Sebastien said that his team will relish being tagged as underdogs ahead of their Nagico Super50 match against Jamaica
Ireland have accepted an invitation to play in the West Indies' domestic 50-over competition, which will run from the end of January to mid-February