Tri-Nation ODI Series to be played under lights …. Guyana to host opening matches on June 3

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History will be created in the Caribbean when all 10 matches in the upcoming Tri Nation One-Day International Series will be day/night matches. This is the first time all matches in a series will be contested under lights.

 

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) announced today (May 14) that the games, featuring West Indies, South Africa and Australia, will start at 1pm. The first innings will be played in daylight from 13:00 hours, to 16:30 hours and the second half will be played from 17:15 hours  to 20:45 hours.

 

The Tri Series starts in at the Guyana National Stadium (June 3-7), then moves to Warner Park, St Kitts (June 11-15); and concludes at Kensington Oval, Barbados (June 19-26).

 

Roland Holder, the WICB’s Cricket Operations Manager, outlined: “This is a major series with three very attractive teams featuring some of the world’s best players. They are accustomed to playing under lights all over the world so we look forward to some very entertaining cricket.

 

He added that the WICB “looked at ways to enhance the appeal and the spectator experience and it is accepted that fans like the day/night matches. I’m sure we will have a win-win situation for players and fans and everyone will enjoy the afternoon start and the finish under lights.”

 

MATCH SCHEDULE

June

Friday 3: West Indies vs South Africa – Guyana National Stadium

Sunday 5: West Indies vs Australia – Guyana National Stadium

Tuesday 7: Australia vs South Africa – Guyana National Stadium

Saturday 11: South Africa vs Australia – Warner Park

Monday 13: West Indies vs Australia – Warner Park

Wednesday 15: West Indies vs South Africa – Warner Park

Sunday 19: Australia vs South Africa – Kensington Oval

Tuesday 21: West Indies vs Australia – Kensington Oval

Friday 24: West Indies vs South Africa – Kensington Oval

Sunday 26: The Final – Kensington Oval

 

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