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Trinidad Gives Green Light to Resume Competitive Sports

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Sporting events were given the green light to resume here on Monday with only vaccinated players, officials and spectators, ending a ban imposed on such activity almost two years ago as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sports Minister Shamfa Cudjoe

Jason Holder Grabs Historic Four-in-Four to Seal Windies Series Win

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – All-rounder Jason Holder became the first West Indies bowler to capture a hat-trick in Twenty20 Internationals and only the fourth player of all time to grab four wickets in as many deliveries, as the hosts trounced England by 17 runs in the decisive fifth match here Sunday.

History-maker: Fast bowler Jason Holder celebrates after becoming the first West Indies bowler to take a hat-trick in Twenty20 Internationals on Sunday. (Photo via Sky Sports)

Windies Defeat England and Take Series Lead

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – West Indies bundled England out for their lowest total in eight years and lowest-ever on Caribbean soil, to snatch a dominant nine-wicket victory and a 1-0 lead in the five-match Twenty20 International series here Saturday.

Fast bowler Jason Holder celebrates one of his four wickets against England on Saturday.

Windies Women Miss Out on Series Win Ahead of World Cup

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – West Indies Women’s bid for a series success ahead of next month’s ICC 50-over World Cup fell flat here Sunday, as they crashed to a six-wicket defeat to South Africa Women in the decisive fourth One-Day International.

Left-hander Kycia Knight … top-scored with 48.
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