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Under-19s, CCC for Super50


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ST JOHN’S, Antigua – West Indies Under-19s and Combined Campuses & Colleges (CCC) will form part of an eight-team NAGICO Super50 Tournament, starting on January 15 next year in Trinidad and Tobago.

The tournament is being used by the Windies Under-19s as part of a long-term build-up for the next ICC Under-19 World Cup in 2016.

The Windies Under-19s have been drawn in Group “B” next to the Jamaica Franchise, Leeward Islands Hurricanes and hosts Trinidad & Tobago Red Force.

The CCC have been an integral part of the regional scene for the last seven seasons – but they are not a part of the ongoing WICB Professional Cricket League Regional 4-Day Tournament, following a shift to franchise-based teams.

The composite university side has been drawn in Group “A” along with reigning champions Barbados Pride, as well as Guyana Jaguars and Windward Islands Volcanoes.

The preliminary competition will be played on a non-elimination format with each side playing the others in their group once.

Two matches will be contested each day at either the Queen’s Park Oval, the T&T Cricket Board’s National Cricket Centre (NCC) the central Trinidad community of Couva or Shaw Park in Scarborough, Tobago.

The top two teams from each group advance to the semi-finals at the Oval, where the group winners play the runners-up from the opposite group in a one-off match for a place in the Grand Final on Sunday, January 25 at the same venue.

The Pride kick off the tournament against their national rivals CCC at the NCC on Thursday, January 15. (PR/SAT)


Group “A” – Barbados Pride, Combined Campuses & Colleges, Guyana Jaguars, Windward Islands Volcanoes

Group “B” – Jamaica Franchise, Leeward Islands Hurricanes, Trinidad & Tobago Red Force, West Indies Under-19s

Thursday, January 15

Pride vs CCC – National Cricket Centre

Volcanoes vs Jaguars – Queen’s Park Oval

Friday, January 16

Red Force vs Windies Under-19s – Shaw Park

Jamaica Franchise vs Hurricanes – Queen’s Park Oval

Saturday, January 17

Jaguars vs Pride – Queen’s Park Oval

Volcanoes vs CCC –National Cricket Centre

Sunday, January 18

Red Force vs Jamaica Franchise – Queen’s Park Oval

Hurricanes vs Windies Under-19s – National Cricket Centre

Monday, January 19

Volcanoes vs Pride – Shaw Park

Jaguars vs CCC – Queen’s Park Oval

Tuesday, January 20

Red Force vs Hurricanes – Queen’s Park Oval

Jamaica Franchise vs Windies Under-19s – National Cricket Centre

Thursday, January 22

1st semi-final: Winner Zone A vs Runner-up Zone B – Queen’s Park Oval

Friday, January 23

2nd semi-final: Winner Zone B vs Runner-up Zone A – Queen’s Park Oval

Sunday, January 24

Grand Final: Winner Semi-final 1 vs Winner Semi-final 2 – Queen’s Park Oval


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