T&T to start Super 50 Cup against Jamaica on Feb 11th

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    Coolidge Cricket Ground is one of the two Antigua venues for the Super 50 Cup

    T&T Red Force, led by Kieron Pollard, will begin their CG Insurance Super 50 Cup against Jamaica Scorpions on Thursday, February 11th 2021.

    The itinerary for the tournament was released today, showing the competition beginning on Sunday, February 7th with a clash between the Windwards and Leewards.

    All matches are being played in Antigua at Coolidge Cricket Ground (CCG) and the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium (SVRS).

    DATE MATCH VENUE TIME
    Sun, Feb 7 Leewards v Windwards CCG 9AM
    Mon, Feb 8 Guyana v Barbados CCG 1:30PM
    Wed, Feb 10 Leewards v Barbados CCG 1:30PM
    Thu, Feb 11 Jamaica v T&T SVRS 9AM
    Fri, Feb 12 Leewards v Guyana CCG 1:30PM
    Sat, Feb 13 Windwards v T&T CCG 1:30PM
    Sun, Feb 14 Jamaica v Guyana CCG 1:30PM
    Mon, Feb 15 T&T v Barbados SVRS 9AM
    Tue, Feb 16 Windwards v Jamaica CCG 1:30PM
    Wed, Feb 17 Leewards v T&T CCG 1:30PM
    Thu, Feb 18 Windwards v Barbados SVRS 9AM
    Fri, Feb 19 Leewards v Jamaica SVRS 9AM
    Sat, Feb 20 Guyana v T&T CCG 1:30PM
    Sun, Feb 21 Barbados v Jamaica CCG 1:30PM
    Mon, Feb 22 Windwards v Guyana SVRS 9AM
    Wed, Feb 24 SEMI #1 CCG 1:30PM
    Thu, Feb 25 SEMI #2 CCG 1:30PM
    Fri, Feb 26 5th v 6th SVRS 9AM
    Sat, Feb 27 FINAL CCG 1:30PM

    The host broadcaster for the tournament, according to Cricket West Indies, is ESPN Caribbean.

    Speaking about the tournament, T&T skipper Pollard said, “It is very good that cricket is coming back to the Caribbean … players will get the opportunity to showcase their skills and entertain our fans. It has been a trying 2020 for cricketers and the whole Caribbean, so it is really good that we have the CG Insurance Super50 Cup being played at this time and hopefully it can unearth some new talent.ā€

    This is the first regional cricket since the COVID-19 pandemic, except for the 2020 Caribbean Premier League which was held using a bio-bubble in Trinidad.