Friday, April 12, 2024

Rush is on for tickets


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Barbadian cricket fans don’t want to miss out on the action when the Digicel Series comes to the island.
Scores of supporters lined up at the Kensington Oval ticket office yesterday in an effort to secure tickets for the two matches here.
The rush follows the success of the West Indies team in the just concluded One-Day International series against Australia that was shared 2-2.
The series switches to the Twenty20 segment in St Lucia today, before moving to Barbados on Friday.
Here, fans queuing up at the ticket office outside Kensington Oval yesterday.


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