WICB awards Regional Super50 to Trinidad & Tobago

-major commitment from T&T government

– entire tournament to be televised

Kingston, Jamaica – The West Indies Cricket Board today announced that the Regional Super50 Tournament has been awarded to Trinidad and Tobago for three years.


This follows a commitment from the government of Trinidad and Tobago through the Ministry of Tourism to play a major role in the execution of the tournament during the three-year period – 2014 to 2016.

The tournament will feature eight teams and will be televised live throughout the Caribbean.

The 2014 edition of the tournament will be played from January 30th to February 16th in Trinidad and Tobago with two matches to be played in Tobago. All the other matches will be day/night fixtures.

President of the WICB, Whycliffe ‘Dave’ Cameron said he was delighted to have critical support of the government of Trinidad and Tobago.

"We are delighted and thankful to have the commitment of the government of Trinidad and Tobago for the Regional Super50. This partnership forms a template for future collaboration with governments and corporate Caribbean for sponsorship to the mutual benefit of both parties," President Cameron said.

"This is very significant as it demonstrates two things, (i) that the Super50 is an attractive product and (ii) that there is growing confidence in West Indies cricket and the WICB in the way we are managing the game," President Cameron explained.

"It is massively exciting that all matches will be televised and fans will be able to follow the action in real time across the region," Mr. Cameron said.

"The other important component is that this partnership will certainly help to strengthen our regional 50-over cricket and we expect that that will redound to the benefit of the West Indies One-Day International team," Mr. Cameron added.

There will be free movement of players within the region and the WICB is exploring the possibility of having international players being integrated into the teams.