Trinidad Guardian – T&T Red Force Divas ended their Cricket West Indies T20 Blaze campaign in fine style on Monday night at Sabina Park, Jamaica, but had to settle for third place in the competition after a seven-wicket win over the Windward Islands.

Summary

  • T&T Red Force Divas ended their Cricket West Indies T20 Blaze campaign in fine style on Monday night at Sabina Park, Jamaica, but had to settle for third place in the competition after a seven-wicket win over the Windward Islands.
  • T&T coach, Gerald Garcia, acknowledged his side did not play good T20 cricket initially, but is confident his team will give a much better showing in the Super50 which bowls off today with T&T tackling Barbados from 9:30 am.
  • Windies off-spinner and T&T vice-captain, Anisa Mohammed echoed Garcia’s comments, noting that the T20 is behind them and the team is now looking ahead to defending their Super50 title.
  • WINDWARD ISLANDS 103 for five off 20 overs (Pearl Etienne 37 not out; Karishma Ramharack 2-16, Lee-Ann Kirby 2-21) T&T 105 for three off 14.2 overs (Lee-Ann Kirby 46 not out).
  • Editor’s Note: Coverage provided by Caribbean Women Entertainment Sport Network (CWESN) a non-profit organisation dedicated to covering women in sport.


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