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Posted: Wednesday 20 November, 2019 at 12:09 PM

Super50 game moves from Warner Park to Conaree

By: Staff Reporter, SKNVibes.com

    BASSETERRE, St. Kitts – AFTER a plea from the St. Kitts Cricket Association, Cricket West Indies has approved a change in venue for the game between Barbados Pride and Canada in the Colonial Medical Insurance Super50 Cup scheduled for Saturday (Nov. 23).

     

    In a statement issued yesterday (Nov. 19), Cricket West Indies indicated that the St. Kitts Cricket Association cited logistical reasons for the shift.

    The match was originally scheduled to be a day/night game contested at the Warner Park Cricket Stadium in Basseterre, but it will now be a day game played at the Conaree Cricket Centre, with a 9:00 a.m. start time. 

    Meanwhile, Cricket West Indies’ Technical Committee of Super50 Cup approved batsman Michail Powell as a replacement for injured pacer Ojay Shields in the Combined Campuses & Colleges Marooners.

    Shields suffered a lower back strain in the Marooners game against Jamaica Scorpions last week Tuesday at Warner Park.

    This is the second injury replacement for the Marooners in the tournament, after wicketkeeper/batsman Gian Benjamin replaced opener Abhijai Mansingh.

    Mansingh was ruled out of the remaining games after suffering a shoulder injury when Marooners played against Barbados Pride two Saturdays ago at Warner Park.
     
     
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