Teams provided encouragement with cash incentives

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board is excited to announce that the prize money pool for the 2015-16 Professional Cricket League Regional 4-Day Tournament has received a significant boost, jumping from just over US $30,000 to more than US $120,000.


The R4Day opened last Friday and the first round concluded on Monday with Trinidad & Tobago Red Force, Barbados Pride and reigning champions Guyana Jaguars clinching conclusive victories.


In addition to the usual Player-of-the-Match and season-ending awards, teams in each round will now receive US $3,000 for each outright victory under the new pay structure for the Tournament.


“We are sure that the increase in prize money will encourage the players to play more purposefully and we hope will really help to build the competitive environment in the Tournament,” said Chief Executive Officer of the WICB, Michael Muirhead.


“We ultimately want as many players as possible fighting for the 11 starting spots in the West Indies Test team, and the WICB is committed to doing all that we can to encourage robust performances from our players and we believe this new cash prize incentive is one way to achieve this.”


Trophies and cash awards for the Tournament are as follows:


Category Trophy Cash Prize
Champions Headley/Weekes Trophy US $15,000
Runners-up US $5,500
Most Runs Vivian Richards Award US $1,500
Most Wickets Courtney Walsh Award US $1,500
Most Dismissals Deryck Murray Award US $1,500
Most Catches Clive Lloyd Award US $1,500
Top All-rounder Malcolm Marshall Memorial Award US $1,500
Most Promising Fast Bowler Andy Roberts Award US $1,000
Player-of-the-Match US $150
Match Winners US $3,000






Round 1 – November 6 to 9

Jaguars beat Volcanoes by 104 runs – Guyana National Stadium

Hurricanes lost to Red Force by an innings and 23 runs – Warner Park, St. Kitts

Pride beat Scorpions by 10 wickets – Kensington Oval, Barbados



(Scheduled start 10 am daily, except where indicated)


Round 2 – November 13 to 16

Scorpions vs Volcanoes – Sabina Park, Jamaica

Pride vs Red Force – Kensington Oval, Barbados

Jaguars vs Hurricanes – Guyana National Stadium (9:30 am start)


Round 3 – November 20 to 23

Volcanoes vs Hurricanes – Windsor Park, Dominica

Jaguars vs Pride – Guyana National Stadium (9:30 am start)

Red Force vs Scorpions – Queen’s Park Oval, Trinidad




Round 4 – December 4 to 7

Volcanoes vs Pride – National Cricket Stadium, Grenada

Scorpions vs Hurricanes – Sabina Park, Jamaica

Red Force vs Jaguars – Queen’s Park Oval, Trinidad


Round 5 – December 11 to 14

Scorpions vs Jaguars – Sabina Park, Jamaica

Volcanoes vs Red Force – Beausejour Cricket Ground, St. Lucia

Pride vs Hurricanes – Kensington Oval, Barbados




Round 6 – February 11 to 14

Hurricanes vs Scorpions – Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua

Round 6 – February 12 to 15

Pride vs Volcanoes – Kensington Oval, Barbados

Jaguars vs Red Force – Guyana National Stadium


Round 7 – February 19 to 22

Hurricanes vs Volcanoes – Cancryn Ground, St. Thomas

Pride vs Jaguars – Kensington Oval, Barbados

Scorpions vs Red Force – Sabina Park, Jamaica


Round 8 – February 26 to 29

Volcanoes vs Jaguars – Beausejour Cricket Ground, St. Lucia

Red Force vs Hurricanes – National Cricket Centre, Trinidad

Scorpions vs Pride – Sabina Park, Jamaica




Round 9 – March 11 to 14

Volcanoes vs Scorpions – Arnos Vale Multiplex, St. Vincent

Red Force vs Pride – National Cricket Centre, Trinidad

Hurricanes vs Jaguars – Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua


Round 10 – March 18 to 21

Red Force vs Volcanoes – National Cricket Centre, Trinidad

Jaguars vs Scorpions – Guyana National Stadium

Hurricanes vs Pride – Warner Park, St. Kitts

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