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Trinidad & Tobago - cricket 2006

The Brian Lara Stadium

(Picture courtesy of the Trinidad Express displayed in the Nation News September 2006.) by PHILIP SPOONER

AS IT STANDS TODAY, The Brian Lara Stadium is still on the list of 12 match venues for the 2007 International Cricket Council World Cup (CWC).

Yesterday, a high-powered team of assessors from the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the Global Cricket Corporation (GCC) visited the venue and decided to delay their decision on the readiness.

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Trinidad and Tobago captain Daren Ganga driving to the boundary during his innings last night in the championship match of the inaugural Stanford 20/20 cricket tournament in Antigua. The wicketkeeper is Tyrell Tull of Guyana. (Picture by Randy Brooks.)

August 14, 2006 Compliments of the Nation News

Trinidad and Tobago captain Daren Ganga driving to the boundary during his innings last night in the championship match of the inaugural Stanford 20/20 cricket tournament in Antigua. The wicketkeeper is Tyrell Tull of Guyana. (Picture by Randy Brooks.)

The Trinidad and Tobago team celebrating during their convincing win over Barbados in the quarter-finals of the Stanford 20/20 Cricket Tournament at the Stanford Cricket Ground in Antigua

The Trinidad and Tobago team celebrating during their convincing win over Barbados in the quarter-finals of the Stanford 20/20 Cricket Tournament at the Stanford Cricket Ground in Antigua July 2006.

The Trinis mustered 142 for nine in their 20 overs and dismissed Barbados for 96 off 18.2 overs.


Above Billy Doctrove signalling six during the Carib Beer final between Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago.

CARNIVAL AGAIN! Trinidad and Tobago players pulling stumps in delight after completing the first-class cricket double by capturing the Carib Beer Challenge 2006 at Guaracara Park, by beating Barbados.


Carib Beer Challenge final,

by HAYDN GILL in Trinidad

POINTE-A-PIERRE – Barbados sailed comfortably through Trinidad and Tobago waters and came up with a big catch here yesterday.

For part of opening day of the Carib Beer Challenge final, however, it looked like if they would come up empty-handed at Guaracara Park. < Read more >

February 05, 2006

Trinidad and Tobago captain Daren Ganga (second from left), and teammates Lendl Simmons removing the stumps as keeper Denesh Ramdin (right) celebrates the dismissal of BarbadosÕ Fidel Edwards (left),

BACCHANAL TIME!

Trinidad and Tobago captain Daren Ganga (second from left), and teammates Lendl Simmons removing the stumps as keeper Denesh Ramdin (right) celebrates the dismissal of BarbadosÕ Fidel Edwards (left), the final wicket that earned Trinidad its first title in 21 years.

TOP SHOT LARA. The Prince gave his subjects a taste of just what class batting is. Though finishing 46 runs short of a century, West Indies batting star Brian Lara still made the Carlton Ground in Black Rock the place to be yesterday. Combining deft touches with sporadic bursts of power, Lara was one of three players from Trinidad and Tobago who made half-centuries, as Trinidad dominated the first day of their Carib Beer Series match against Barbados. Lara thrilled the crowd before a catch by Kirk Edwards, off a smashing cover drive, left the ground abuzz. He stood his ground, eventually leaving after umpires Tunley Franklyn and Eddie Nicholls confirmed it carried.

Lara was one of three players from Trinidad and Tobago

Brian Lara (left) and Dwayne Bravo and other members of the Trinidad and Tobago team in the dressing room after the victory.

Brian Lara (left) and Dwayne Bravo and other members of the Trinidad and Tobago team

Champions Trinidad and Tobago celebrating their capture of the Carib Beer Cup.Carnival came early for the Trinidad and Tobago cricketers as they won the regional first-class title for the first time in 21 years, beating Barbados by 264 runs at the Carlton Club yesterday. Superstar batsman Brian Lara led the celebrations after the match ended, pouring champagne and beer over his teammates. The visitors started the match needing an outright win and they achieved it to finish level on points with Barbados. They took the trophy by virtue of winning the head-to-head encounter. Champions Trinidad and Tobago celebrating their capture of the Carib Beer Cup 2006.

 

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