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CRICKET: International women’s tri-series for Carib television
2013-10-11 09:11:02 | (0 Comments)
The women’s tri-nation cricket series comprising West Indies, New Zealand and England in Barbados will broadcast live on television across the region.
The West Indies Cricket Board says the Twenty20 International Series will be aired on terrestrial broadcasters in collaboration with the Caribbean Media Corporation.
Games will be played under lights from Monday, October 14 to Saturday, October 26 at the historic Kensington Oval – which hosted the finals.
The three participating nations are among the top four teams in the world in the Twenty20 and 50-over formats.
The television coverage will feature an expert team of analysts, including former West Indies batting great Desmond Haynes, who played 116 Tests and 238 One-Day Internationals in his illustrious career.
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