Barbados captain Dwayne Smith and his charges will get vital match practice when they take on Trinidad and Tobago and the Windward Islands prior to the start of next month’s Caribbean Twenty20 Tournament slated for Trinidad and Tobago and St. Lucia.
This has come about after the T&T Cricket Board was forced to scrap a three-match series of T20 matches against Canada next weekend. Chairman of selectors Dudnath Ramkessoon said the promoters were unable to finalise the arrangements for the games.
Despite that setback, Ramkessoon added that both Barbados and Windward Islands would be in Trinidad early in the New Year ahead of the January 6 tournament start.††
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