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UWI T20 semis and finals new date

For Release Upon Receipt - January 9, 2015

St. Augustine

ST. AUGUSTINE, Trinidad and Tobago – The University of the West Indies (UWI) St. Augustine Cricket Club (UWICC) announced yesterday that the semi-finals and finals of the third national UWI T20 Cricket Tournament was postponed, but it will now take place in April 2015.

The first semi-final match will take place on Good Friday, April 3 at 2pm between Moosai Sports and Clarke Road Cricket Club.

The second semi-final match will occur on the same day at 6pm between Merry Boys and the top Tobago team, Club Crusoe.

The next day the T20 Final will take place on Saturday April 4 at 6pm where the winning teams will meet.

Look out for these players: 

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, Sean Siloch, Derone Davis

The 2015 tournament had twelve teams, playing a preliminary round, quarterfinal round and semi-final round with undefeated teams progressing to the final, for a cash prize of TT$30,000.

There will be cash prizes for all teams progressing beyond the preliminary round, and prizes for man-of-the-match, “big sixes” and special bowling performances. 

All matches are at the Sir Frank Worrell Cricket Ground of the UWI Sport and Physical Education Centre (SPEC), and will be open to students, staff, alumni and the public.

For further information, please contact the UWI SPEC at 662 2002 ext. 82001 or 645 2640 ext. 84643.  


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.)