Caribbean T20 – 2013 – farce 1

Phase One of this year’s version of the Caribbean T20 cricket competition has just concluded and if the truth be told, especially coming after West Indies’ triumph in the recent World T20 and ahead of the much anticipated 2014 Verus International Caribbean T20 tournament, it has been a colossal disappointment and nothing short of a farce. Not a single young player has yet seized on the ample opportunity and emerged as a promising talent poised to burst unto the international stage in this burgeoning format of the game.

Admittedly the slow low pitches at the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad and Tobago have not been conducive to typical bright T20 cricket but one could not help but notice the woeful lack of application by seasoned regional batters as they succumbed  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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