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Women’s T20 rules ‘must be reviewed’


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THE West Indies Cricket Board’s Women’s Twenty20 Tournament regulations should be looked at again.

This comes from Barbados coach Ezra Moseley, after both Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago completed the group phase of the tournament with six points having two wins and one loss.

While Barbados won the head to head encounter between the two teams, Trinidad and Tobago advanced to the final on account of a higher net run-rate.

“It came down to net run-rate because we had the same points as Trinidad and I thought really and truly the rule should have been head to head first and then net run-rate,” Moseley told NATIONSPORT.

“But, it went to net run-rate and they had a better net run-rate then us and went to finals although we beat them in an earlier round.”

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.


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