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UWI T-20 moves into semi-final round tomorrow

For Release Upon Receipt - January 7, 2015

St. Augustine

ST. AUGUSTINE, Trinidad and Tobago – Day 4 of the UWI T20 Cricket Tournament continued yesterday, January 6 at the Sir Frank Worrell Cricket Grounds of The UWI Sport and Physical Education Centre. The semi-final round is scheduled to kick off tomorrow, with Merry Boys vs Club Crusoe (of Tobago) at 6:30pm for semi-final 1, and semi-final 2 on Friday 9 January, will see Moosai come up against Clarke Road at 6:30pm.

Preliminary Round Match Day 4 results are as follows:


Match 1 - Clarke Road conquered Victoria United

Victoria United - 108 all out in 20 overs

Kenton Thompson 54, Romario Shepherd 18 n.o.

Latchana Rangana 4/14, Ray Jordan 2/9, Kerwin Sirju 2/32

Clarke Road - 109/6 in 18.5 overs

Mark Deyal 37, Latchana Ranga 29, Derone Davis 20

Shatraughan Ramberran 1/8, Kenton Thompson 1/12

Man of the Match - Latchana Ranga


Match 2 - Comets gunned down Victoria United's score of 117

Victoria United - 117 all out in 19.5 overs

Brandon Jaggernath 57, Kenton Thompson 17

Kissoondath Magram 4/26, Stephawn Solomon 2/17, Anthony Simmons 2/21

Comets - 120/3 in 15.2 overs

Adrian Ali 64, Stephan Wharwood 17, Vikash Mohan 17

Raffick Hosein 2/32, Marcelle Jones 1/15

Man of the Match - Kissoondath Magram


Match 3 - Clarke Road defeated Comets in a bowl off 2-0 after rain halted play with Comets 25/1 after 5 overs

Deron Davis and Mark Deyal hit the stumps on the 4th and final turns for Clarke Road respectively


Some of the “big names” to look out for in the semi-final round are:

Merry Boys - William Perkins, Marlon Richards, Amir Jangoo, Aaron Alfred, Aneil Kanhai, Javon Searles, Rayad Emrit

Club Crusoe - Navin Stewart, Marcus Daniel, Zard Clarke

Moosai - Jaron Alfred, Isaiah Rajah, Brian Christmas, James Dodds

Clarke Road - Yannic Ottley, Kyorn Ottley, Nicholas Pooran, Sean Siloch, Derone Davis




About The UWI

Since its inception in 1948, The University of the West Indies (UWI) has evolved from a fledgling college in Jamaica with 33 students to a full-fledged, regional University with well over 40,000 students. Today, UWI is the largest, most longstanding higher education provider in the Commonwealth Caribbean, with four campuses in Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, and the Open Campus. The UWI has faculty and students from more than 40 countries and collaborative links with 160 universities globally; it offers undergraduate and postgraduate degree options in Food & Agriculture, Engineering, Humanities & Education, Law, Medical Sciences, Science and Technology and Social Sciences. UWI’s seven priority focal areas are linked closely to the priorities identified by CARICOM and take into account such over-arching areas of concern to the region as environmental issues, health and wellness, gender equity and the critical importance of innovation. Website:


(Please note that the proper name of the university is The University of the West Indies, inclusive of the “The”, hence The UWI.)