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Rained out cricket playoffs rescheduled

The playoff matches in the FLOW Superfast LTE T20 Cricket Tournament that was rained out on April 16, 2017 will be replayed. Photo: VINO/File
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – After the washing out of the playoff matches on April 16, 2017, in the FLOW Superfast LTE T20 Cricket Tournament, the local cricket board has decided to replay the fixtures.

The decision taken at Board Level is in the best interest of cricket, according to a press release from the Association and within the rules of domestic cricket as it pertains to the BVICA and its members.

“The Board has elected to replay the rained-out fixtures from Sunday 16, April, 2017 on Sunday 23rd march, at the same scheduled times,” stated the release.

The BVICA Domestic Cricket Rules allow for the Board to re-arrange cancelled matches if the schedule allows

The release further states that if the games are not completed this Sunday after either a full 20 overs game, a five over per side minimum or a super over contest, the team that finished higher in the regular season standings will be declared the winner.

The new schedule now includes the winner of this weekend’s games playing the VG Spartans in Division One and RTW CC. in the Premier division

Sunday April 23-      11.00am - Under the Tree v Island Stars

                                   2.30pm - Vincy v Royal Knights

Sunday April 30-      11.00am - Under the Tree / Island Stars v VG Spartans
                                   2.30pm - Vincy / Royal Knights v RTW

Sunday May 7-         11.00am - winners of previous week v Vikings
                                   2.30pm - winners of previous week v Cavaliers

5 Responses to “Rained out cricket playoffs rescheduled”

  • vex (19/04/2017, 16:14) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Our national sports
  • fish (19/04/2017, 17:00) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    Rain rain go away
  • mad (20/04/2017, 04:51) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    VINCY CAPTAIN IS TOO CHILDISH ROYAL NIGHTS PAD UP N READY TO PLAY BUT BECAUSE LIBURD REFUSE TO FLY FROM ST.KITTS BIG EASTER SUNDAY TO PLAY VINCY CAPTAIN N HIS CHICKENS REFUSE TO PLAY EVEN THOUGH THE UMPIRE CALLED THE GAME WHAT A JOKE N DISRESPECT FOR VINCY CAPTAIN N CHICKENS . MAN U SHOULD OF SEE THEM FOLDING THEIR HANDS FRAID TO EVEN CHANGE THEIR CLOTHES MATTER OF FACT UP TO NOW THEY DID NOT PUT ON THEY GEARS,JUST ARGUING STRAIGHT. RAIN STOPPED FIELD
    DRY SUN COME OUT NO CRICKET BECAUSE SKB DUDE AINT COME VINCY CAPTAIN IS THE BEST CLUCK CLUCK CLUCK CLUCK
    • Fan (20/04/2017, 13:59) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
      @mad well said Vincy to stuck-up I think that would a be a great game of the tournament to see who is die hard cricketers empires an the board should a turn that game to royal night for the they bravery and effort if I clearly remember one time I saw cavalier players diping water from the ground just to play cricket condos Guy
  • Dugga (20/04/2017, 17:44) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    knights will Beat Stanford cry baby again even with them big name overseas player . And he gonna cry and retire again .


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