ESPN Caribbean Presents the Semis & Grand Final of the 2019 Colonial Medical Insurance Super50 Cup

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ESPN Caribbean Presents the Semis & Grand Final of the 2019 Colonial Medical Insurance Super50 Cup

TT Red Force Aim to Reclaim Title as Knockouts Begin

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ESPN Caribbean continues live, exclusive action from Cricket West Indies’ prestigious One Day International (ODI) tournament, the Colonial Medical Insurance Super50 Cup, with the semi-finals and grand final set to bowl off. These knockout games will begin airing tomorrow at 12.15 p.m. from the Queen’s Park Oval, Trinidad, on the ESPN Caribbean television network, as well as on ESPN Play (www.espnplay.com) — ESPN’s multiscreen live and on-demand broadband service.

In the first semi-final, eight-time winners, Barbados Pride, will take on the West Indies Emerging Players. The Pride topped Zone A and will be looking towards Kjorn Ottley to deliver the goods with the bat. He’s in the top 10 on the runs-scoring chart, and his team will also depend on West Indies’ spinner Ashley Nurse, who is second on the wickets-chart with 16 wickets. The Emerging Players will be relying on Keon Harding (16 wickets) and Justin Greaves (282 runs) for the upset.

The second semi-final on Friday will pit tournament favourites, T&T Red Force, against minnows, Leeward Islands Hurricanes. Red Force will be looking for their 12th title after topping Zone B. Imran Khan’s team will be depending on the explosive Darren Bravo (447 runs at an average of 112) and pacer Anderson Phillip (15 wickets), while Leewards’ hopes rest on the competition’s leading batsman, Kieran Powell (464 runs) and leading wicket-taker, Sheeno Berridge (17 wickets).

The Grand Final bowls off Sunday at 12.15 p.m. from the Oval as well. ESPN’s Jamaican cricket pundit, Alexis Nunes, will be on site for these knockout matches, bringing her expertise and Caribbean flair to the run-in to the title decider. This tournament serves as a prelude to the West Indies’ limited overs campaign next year which includes defending the World T20 crown in Australia. Stay updated via #ESPNS50 as ESPN Caribbean continues to connect the region’s fans with the sports they love.

 All Matches LIVE on ESPN Caribbean and ESPN Play from Queen’s Park Oval, Trinidad

Date Time (ET) Fixture
Nov 28 12.15 p.m. Semi-Final #1: Barbados Pride vs. West Indies Emerging Players
Nov 29 12.15 p.m. Semi-Final #2: T&T Red Force vs. Leeward Islands Hurricanes
Dec 1 12.00 p.m. Grand Final: Winner SF #1 vs. Winner SF #2
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