Venue Changes For West Indies Championships

Cricket West Indies has announced venue changes for the upcoming rounds of the West Indies Championship, due to the unexpected unavailability of the Diego Martin Sports Complex.

The changes affect Rounds 4, 5, 6, and 7 of the competition, with venues being shifted to ensure the tournament match schedule proceeds as planned.

These adjustments are part of the ongoing effort to provide the best possible conditions for competitive first class cricket and to showcase the talent within the region. A release from Cricket West Indies Media stated that CWI looks forward to welcoming fans to the new venues and encourage their continued support for their teams throughout the championship.

Venues in Trinidad for Round 4, which starts on March 13th, include the Sir Frank Worrell Cricket Ground at UWISPEC in St. Augustine. and the Queen’s Park Oval where the T&T Red Force will meet the Windward Islands. The Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua and Sabina Park, Jamaica are the other venues.

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