Barbados v Combined C&C Live ESPN3 NAGICO Super50 Stream

Barbados players celebrate during win over T&T: WICB Media Photo/Ashley Allen

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (Sporting Alert) – The Combined Campuses and Colleges and Barbados will feature in a Zone B top of the table clash in the WICB NAGICO Super50 competition at Shaw Park on Thursday.

Both teams opened the tournament with wins and will want to keep their hunt for a semi-final spot on course with another victory.

The Combined Campuses and Colleges picked up a 160 run victory over the Leeward Islands on Saturday, while Barbados won by 28 runs against Trinidad & Tobago on Sunday.

A win for either side on Thursday, would see them booking a place in the semi-finals, joining Jamaica and Guyana, who both moved on already from Zone A.

Thursday, 6th: CCC vs Barbados at Shaw Park

ESPN Caribbean will present live, exclusive coverage of the region’s elite One Day International (ODI) tournament, the NAGICO Super50, from January 30 until February 16 from Trinidad and Tobago. The matches held in Trinidad will air live from 12:50 p.m. (EST) on the ESPN Caribbean, ESPN3.com and ESPN 2 Caribbean television networks and on ESPN Play (www.espnplay.com) — ESPN’s multiscreen live and on-demand broadband service.

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COMBINED CAMPUSES & COLLEGES TEAM: Steven Jacobs (captain), Anthony Alleyne, Ryan Austin, Kyle Corbin, Akeem Dewar, Kavem Hodge, Kyle Mayers, Kristopher Ramsaran, Wayne Morgan, Shacaya Thomas, Raymon Reifer, Chadwick Walton (wicket-keeper), Kesrick Williams, Floyd Reifer (player/coach)

BARBADOS TEAM: Kevin Stoute (captain), Sulieman Benn, Tino Best, Rashidi Boucher, Carlos Brathwaite, Kraigg Brathwaite, Jonathan Carter, Shane Dowrich (wicket-keeper), Fidel Edwards, Kirk Edwards, Jason Holder, Ashley Nurse, Dwayne Smith, Kenroy Williams; Hendy Springer (coach)

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