ESPN3 brings live streaming of NAGICO Super50

Jamaica team go through a session to prepare for opener against Windward Islands. WICB Photo

ESPN Caribbean brings exclusive coverage of the Caribbean’s marquee 50-over competition featuring the region’s One-Day superstars commencing January 30.

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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All matches will be aired on CSS member stations across the region including: Antigua 93.9, St Kitts 93.1, St. Lucia 93.5, Grenada 105.5, Trinidad 92.3 and Montserrat 93.9 in addition to affiliate broadcast partners KLAS FM Jamaica, NCN Guyana and NBC St. Vincent. The broadcast will also be available online at at www.yourcss.net

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The day/night competition is the West Indies Cricket Board’s premier limited-overs event. Defending champions, Windward Islands, head Zone A along with Jamaica, Guyana and foreign guests, Ireland. Zone B consists of last year’s beaten finalist, Combined Campuses and Colleges (C.C.C.), as well as the hosts, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados and Leeward Islands. Matches will be played at the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad and Shaw Park in Tobago as the teams vie for the coveted Clive Lloyd Trophy, named after the revered batsman and former West Indies skipper.
The top two teams will advance from each Zone into the Semi-Finals. These will be held on February 12 and 13 with the Finals slated for February 15. ESPN Caribbean will also air ESPN Cricket Report during this knockout phase, hosted by Barry Wilkinson and analyst, West Indian legend Colin Croft. They will cover pre-match (12:30 p.m. EST) and mid-innings (4:30 p.m. EST) analysis as well as ESPN Cricket Final, a half-hour post-match recap (9:00 p.m. EST) following each eliminator.
This tournament serves as a prelude to the Windies’ limited-overs home series against England prior to their title defense of the International Cricket Council (I.C.C.) World Twenty20 trophy, which will be broadcast exclusively by ESPN Caribbean in March 2014. Follow all of the NAGICO Super50 at #ESPNS50 as ESPN Caribbean continues to connect the region’s fans with the sports they love.
Live on ESPN Caribbean, ESPN 2 Caribbean and ESPN Play: NAGICO Super50 (All Times Eastern)

MATCH SCHEDULE

January

Thursday, 30th: Windwards vs Jamaica at Queen’s Park Oval

Friday, 31st: Guyana vs Ireland at Queen’s Park Oval

February

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, 4th: 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

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2 thoughts on “ESPN3 brings live streaming of NAGICO Super50

  1. so glad to huv such a great entity like espn to get cricketing fans like d opportunity of getting regular updates on the present nagico super 50 tournament

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