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Posted: Friday 17 January, 2014 at 3:50 PM

The SKCA Nagico First Divison Limited Overs (50) Semi Finals will be played this weekend (Sunday 19th January).

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By: SKCA, Press Release
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    BASSETERRE St. Kitts, January 17th, 2014  -- The SKCA Nagico First Divison Limited Overs (50) Semi Finals will be played this weekend (Sunday 19th January).


    Game One At Edgar Gilbert Playing Field In Molineaux

    10:00am  - Molineaux    vs   Police
    Umpires:    Rudulph Wattley & Steadroy Techeira

    Game Two At Verchilds Playing Field

    10:00am   -  Eyecare Express Sandy Point  vs Len Harris Cricket Academy
    Umpires:      Carlton Browne & Troy Mills

    * The winners will play in the Final at Edgar Gilbert Playing Field in Molineaux on Sunday 26th January at 10:00am.


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