USA and Canada to take part in 2019 West Indies Regional Super50 Tournament - Images by USA Cricket @usacricket (Twitter) and ICC @cricketworldcup (Twitter)

USA and Canada have been confirmed to take part in the 2019 Cricket West Indies regional Super50 tournament from Nov 06th – Dec 01st, 2019 at various venues across Trinidad and St.Kitts. While USA have taken part in the 2017 and 2018 editions of the tournament, this will be the 2nd outing for Canada in the regional 50-overs competition.

Both USA and Canada will get to play a minimum of 8 matches each during the double round-robin group stage of the tournament (Further, depending upon qualification from the group stage). USA have been grouped along with Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies Emerging Players (replace Windies “B” squad from the 2018 edition), Guyana and Winward Islands. Canada will take on the defending Champions Combined Campuses and College, Barbados, Jamaica and Leeward Islands in the group stage.

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Windies Super50 Live TV Schedule – Image by Windies Cricket @windiescricket (Twitter)

Windies Regional Super50 Groups

Group #1: Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, United States of America, West Indies Emerging Players, Guyana Jaguars & Winward Islands Volcanoes

Group #2: Combined Campuses and College Marooners, Canada, Barbados Pride, Jamaica Scorpions & Leeward Islands Hurricanes

Squads

Windies Emerging Players: Yannic Cariah (Captain), Kimani Melius, Camarie Boyce, Roland Cato, Joshua Da Silva, Dominic Drakes, Justin Greaves, Keon Harding, Leonardo Julian, Jermaine Levy, Ashmead Nedd, Gidron Pope, Jayden Seales & Kevin Sinclair

Leeward Islands Hurricanes: Jahmar Hamilton (Captain), Rahkeem Cornwall, Kieran Powell, Devon Thomas, Montcin Hodge, Keacy Carty, Yannick Leonard, Kezron Archibald, Sheeno Berridge, Jeremiah Louis, Akeem Saunders, Terrance Warde, Amir Jangoo & Jason Campbell

Combined Campuses and College Marooners: Kyle Corbin (Captain), Carlos Brathwaite, Romaine Morris, Akeem Jordan, Jonathan Drakes, Ojay Shields, Kavesh Kantasingh, Larry Joseph, Abhijai Mansingh, Sadique Du Shawn, Luciano Henry, Odain Orlando McCatty, Jarlarnie Niquan, Nigel Seales, Paul Palmer & Akshaya Persaud

Barbados Pride: Jonathan Carter (Captain), Kjorn Ottley, Leniko Boucher, Zachary McCaskie, Kyle Mayers, Nicholas Kirton, Roshon Primus, Tevyn Walcott, Shamar Springer, Ashley Nurse, Joshua Bishop, Javon Searles, Chemar Holder & Miguel Cummins

Canada: Kanwarpal Tathgur (Captain), Jeet Mehta, Harrobindeep Sekhon, Harsh Thaker, Kanwar Mann, Shreyas Movva, Arsalan Khan, Yax Patel, Nitish Kumar (Player/Mentor), Rayyan Pathan, Shahid Ahmedzai, Harmandeep Singh, Nauman Zafar & Sana-ur-Rehman

Jamaica Scorpions: Rovman Powell (Captain), Derval Green, Aldaine Thomas, Denis Smith, Jermaine Blackwood, Nkrumah Bonner, Assad Fudadin, Dennis Bulli, Jamie Merchant, Christopher Lamont, Oshane Thomas, Nicholson Gordon, Andre McCarthy & Marquino Mindley

Trinidad & Tobago Red Force: Im­ran Khan (Cap­tain), Yan­nick Ot­t­ley, Kyle Hope, Je­re­my Solozano, Ja­son Mo­hammed, Tion Web­ster, Odean Smith, An­der­son Phillip, Steven Kat­wa­roo, Jon Ross Jagge­sar, Kea­gan Sim­mons, Akeil Ho­sein, Dar­ren Bra­vo & Isa­iah Ra­jah

Guyana Jaguars: Leon Johnson (Captain), Tagenarine Chanderpaul, Chandrapaul Hemraj, Christopher Barnwell, Raymon Reifer, Anthony Bramble, Gudakesh Motie, Veerasammy Permaul, Clinton Pestano, Ronsford Beaton, Nial Smith, Jonathan Foo, Kemol Savory & Ramaal Lewis

United States of America: Saurabh Netravalkar (Captain), Steven Taylor, Karima Gore, Ian Holland, Akshay Homraj, Elmore Hutchinson, Aaron Jones, Nosthush Kenjige, Xavier Marshall, Monank Patel, Nisarg Patel, Sagar Patel, Timil Patel, Jasdeep Singh, Cameron Stevenson and Rusty Theron

Windward Islands Volcanoes: Kirk Edwards (Captain), Kavem Hodge, Alick Athanaze, Keron Cottoy, Dillon Douglas, Larry Edwards, Ryan John, Ray Jordan, Shermon Lewis, Desron Maloney, Shane Shillingford, Devon Smith, Emmanuel Stewart & Bhaskar Yadram

Windies Regional Super50 Group Stage Schedule (Local Timings)

Date Match  Venue Timing
06 Nov 2019 CCC Marooners vs Leeward Islands Hurricanes (YouTube , Indian Viewers) Warner Park, Basseterre 17:00 AST
07 Nov 2019 Barbados Pride vs Jamaica Scorpions (YouTube, Indian Viewers, Live Score) Warner Park, Basseterre 13:30 AST
Guyana Jaguars vs West Indies Emerging Players (YouTube, Indian Viewers, Live Score) Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Tarouba 13:30 AST
Trinidad and Tobago Red Force vs Winward Islands Volcanoes (YouTube, Indian Viewers, Live Score) Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain 13:30 AST
08 Nov 2019 Leeward Islands Hurricanes vs Canada (YouTube, Indian Viewers, Live Score) Warner Park, Basseterre 13:30 AST
09 Nov 2019 Barbados Pride vs CCC Marooners (YouTube, Indian Viewers, Live Score) Warner Park, Basseterre 13:30 AST
Trinidad and Tobago Red Force vs Guyana Jaguars (YouTube, Indian Viewers, Live Score) Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain 13:30 AST
USA vs West Indies Emerging Players (YouTube, Indian Viewers, Live Score) Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Tarouba 13:30 AST
10 Nov 2019 Leeward Islands Hurricanes vs Jamaica Scorpions (YouTube, Indian Viewers, Live Score) Conaree Sports Club 09:00 AST
11 Nov 2019 Barbados Pride vs Canada Conaree Sports Club 09:00 AST
Guyana Jaguars vs USA Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain 13:30 AST
West Indies Emerging Players vs Winward Islands Volcanoes Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Tarouba 13:30 AST
12 Nov 2019 CCC Marooners vs Jamaica Scorpions Warner Park, Basseterre 13:30 AST
13 Nov 2019 Leeward Islands Hurricanes vs Barbados Pride Warner Park, Basseterre 13:30 AST
Trinidad and Tobago Red Force vs West Indies Emerging Players Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain 13:30 AST
Winward Islands Volcanoes vs USA Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Tarouba 13:30 AST
14 Nov 2019 Canada vs CCC Marooners Conaree Sports Club 13:30 AST
15 Nov 2019 Barbados Pride vs Leeward Islands Hurricanes Conaree Sports Club 09:00 AST
Guyana Jaguars vs Winward Islands Volcanoes Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain 13:30 AST
Trinidad and Tobago Red Force vs USA Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Tarouba 13:30 AST
16 Nov 2019 Canada vs Jamaica Scorpions Warner Park, Basseterre 13:30 AST
17 Nov 2019 Barbados Pride vs CCC Marooners Warner Park, Basseterre 13:30 AST
Guyana Jaguars vs West Indies Emerging Players Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain 13:30 AST
Winward Islands Volcanoes vs Trinidad and Tobago Red Force Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Tarouba 13:30 AST
18 Nov 2019 Canada vs Jamaica Scorpions Conaree Sports Club 09:00 AST
19 Nov 2019 CCC Marooners vs Leeward Islands Hurricanes Conaree Sports Club 09:00 AST
Guyana Jaguars vs Winward Islands Volcanoes Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain 13:30 AST
USA vs West Indies Emerging Players Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Tarouba 13:30 AST
20 Nov 2019 Barbados Pride vs Jamaica Scorpions Conaree Sports Club 09:00 AST
21 Nov 2019 Leeward Islands Hurricanes vs Canada Warner Park, Basseterre 13:30 AST
Trinidad and Tobago Red Force vs USA Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain 13:30 AST
West Indies Emerging Players vs Winward Islands Volcanoes Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Tarouba 13:30 AST
22 Nov 2019 CCC Marooners vs Jamaica Scorpions Warner Park, Basseterre 13:30 AST
23 Nov 2019 Barbados Pride vs Canada Warner Park, Basseterre 13:30 AST
Trinidad and Tobago Red Force vs Guyana Jaguars Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain 13:30 AST
USA vs Winward Islands Volcanoes Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Tarouba 13:30 AST
24 Nov 2019 Jamaica Scorpions vs Leeward Islands Hurricanes Conaree Sports Club 09:00 AST
25 Nov 2019 Canada vs CCC Marooners Conaree Sports Club 09:00 AST
USA vs Guyana Jaguars Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Tarouba 13:30 AST
West Indies Emerging Players vs Trinidad and Tobago Red Force Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain 13:30 AST

 

All the matches involving USA and Canada will be played with official List-A status. Both USA and Canada had a successful outing in the 2018 edition, with USA going onto register wins over Leeward Islands Hurricanes and Jamaica Scorpions, and Canada also registering a win against Winward Islands Volcanoes.

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