Ireland’s Nagico Super 50 Matches to be Live Streamed
January 23rd 2014 by West Indies Cricket Board | International
Ireland’s matches in the Nagico Super 50 in the Caribbean in the coming weeks will be broadcast live online, this will see a minimum of three games being shown live online that Ireland’s fans will be able to watch from anywhere in the world.
The first Nagico Super50 tournament was officially launched in the West Indies, with WICB chief executive Michael Muirhead hailing the January 30th to February 15th event as a new approach to 50-over cricket in the region.
The Nagico Super50 bowls off on January 30 and will conclude with the final on February 15. Matches will be played at the historic Queen’s Park Oval in Port-of-Spain and picturesque Shaw Park in Tobago. All matches in Trinidad will be day/night fixtures while the two matches in Tobago will be day games.
Mr Elgin said his organisation was delighted to partner with WICB in the main 50-over event.
“It is our hope that with this sponsorship of West Indies cricket we will see a resurgence in West Indies cricket. We have been passionate supporters of West Indies cricket for a long time and we believe this partnership will help to lift the game,” Mr Elgin noted.
“Cricket is a way of life in the Caribbean and we believe it is necessary to contribute to the communities to help make them success. We hope out alignment with the WICB will be something big and will continue.”
Mr Bassarath said his organisation was ready to stage a “carnival of cricket” for the world to enjoy.
“For 2014, 2015 and 2016 Carnival will come early. The super excitement of the NAGICO Super 50 tournament is here,” Mr Bassarath said.
“The time is right to let the world know that Trinidad & Tobago is ‘ready’ for this is the most exciting event to hit town for a while. During this NAGICO Super50 T&T will be exposed to the world via ESPN…our investment in this event is sure to be a success.”
The NAGICO Super50 tournament runs from January 30 - February 15 and will be broadcasted live on ESPN and on Caribbean Super Station radio and streamed live on www.windiescricket.com.
Zone A: Windward Islands, Jamaica, Guyana, Ireland
Zone B: Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados, Leeward Islands, Combined Campuses & Colleges
Thursday, 30th: Windwards vs Jamaica at Queen’s Park Oval
Friday, 31st: Guyana vs Ireland at Queen’s Park Oval
Saturday, 1st: Leewards vs CCC at Queen’s Park Oval
Sunday, 2nd: T&T vs Barbados at Queen’s Park Oval
Monday, 3rd: Jamaica vs Ireland at Queen’s Park Oval
Tuesday, 4: Guyana vs Windwards at Queen’s Park Oval
Wednesday, 5th: Leewards vs T&T at Shaw Park
Thursday, 6th: CCC vs Barbados at Shaw Park
Friday, 7th: Ireland vs Windwards at Queen’s Park Oval
Saturday, 8th: Guyana vs Jamaica at Queen’s Park Oval
Sunday, 9th: CCC vs T&T at Queen’s Park Oval
Monday, 10th: Barbados vs Leewards at Queen’s Park Oval
Wednesday, 12th: Semi-final 1 – Zone A winner vs Zone B second at Queen’s Park Oval
Thursday, 13th: Semi-final 2 – Zone B winner vs Zone A second at Queen’s Park Oval
Saturday 15th: FINAL – Winner of Semi-final 1 vs Winner of Semi-final 2 at Queen’s Park Oval