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Volcanoes Top Of The Table And Squads Changes, As Teams Head Into Round 2 Of West Indies Championship

The Windward Islands Volcanoes are sitting atop the points table at the end of Round 1 of the West Indies Championship, after their 9-wicket victory over the Jamaica Scorpions at Sabina Park.

With a total of 21.4 points, 9.4 of which came from bowling points, as they picked up 3 points for surpassing 300 runs in the first innings and then bowling the Scorpions out in both innings. Not far behind are the Barbados Pride with 19 points, having picked up 3 batting points and 4 bowling points. The West Indies Academy victory over the Leeward Islands Hurricanes have them sitting third on the table, while the rest of the table reads as follows Guyana Harpy Eagles with 5.5 points, Jamaica Scorpions 4.4, Trinidad and Tobago Red Force 3 and Combined Campuses and Colleges at eighth with 3 points.

Three teams have made player changes to their teams heading into Round 2 of the West Indies Championship which starts tomorrow 14 February.

Guyana Harpy Eagles have replaced Ronsford Beaton with Isai Thorne who who returned from competing with the West Indies Men’s Under 19 team at the recently concluded ICC Men’s Under-19 World Cup in South Africa. Beaton was suspended for an illegal bowling action in his team’s first round clash with the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force at Conaree Cricket Centre.

The West Indies Academy have made two changes with to their squad with Jordan Johnson and Teddy Bishop replacing Kelvin Pitman and Ramon Simmonds. Johnson returned from competing with the West Indies Men’s Under 19 team at the recently concluded ICC Men’s Under-19 World Cup in South Africa, and Bishop returned from Australia where he was a member of the West Indies Men’s Senior team for the ODI series against Australia.

Gilson Tyson will replace Shermon Lewis in the Windward Islands Volcanoes team, as Lewis has been ruled out of the next two round of the competition due to injury. Kavem Hodge who also returned from Test and ODI duties with the West Indies Senior Men’s team in Australia, will replace Keron Cottoy.

Guyana Harpy Eagles and Trinidad and Tobago Red Force had their first-round match at the Conaree Cricket Centre end with no result due to seepage of water onto the pitch from a 24-hour persistent rainfall. Jamaica Scorpions, Leeward Islands Hurricanes and Combined Campuses and Colleges all suffered defeats to the Windward Islands Volcanoes, the West Indies Academy and Barbados Pride respectively.

Round 2 starts on Wednesday 14 February-17 February in Jamaica at Sabina Park and Kensington Cricket Club and in St. Kitts at Warner Park and Conaree Cricket Centre. All matches start at 10am local time.

Every West Indies Championship match will be streamed live on the Windies Cricket YouTube channel. Fans can follow every game from their mobile devices, computers, or connected TVs, including access to live ball-by-ball scoring on the Windiescricket.com live match center. 

TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

West Indies Championship 2024

Round 1

7 to 10 February: 

Jamaica Scorpions vs Windward Islands Volcanoes – Sabina Park, Jamaica- Volcanoes won by 9 wickets

CCC vs Barbados Pride – Chedwin Park, Jamaica- Pride won by 9 wickets

Leeward Islands Hurricanes vs West Indies Academy – Warner Park, St. Kitts- Academy won by 5 wickets

Guyana Harpy Eagles vs Trinidad & Tobago Red Force – Conaree Cricket Centre, St. Kitts- No Result

Round 2

14 to 17 February: 

Jamaica Scorpions vs CCC – Sabina Park, Jamaica

Barbados Pride vs Windward Islands Volcanoes – Kensington Cricket Club, Jamaica

Leeward Islands Hurricanes vs Guyana Harpy Eagles – Warner Park, St. Kitts

Trinidad &Tobago Red Force vs West Indies Academy – Conaree Cricket Centre, St. Kitts

Round 3

21 to 24 February: 

Jamaica Scorpions vs Barbados Pride – Sabina Park, Jamaica

Windward Islands Volcanoes vs CCC – Chedwin Park, Jamaica

Leeward Islands Hurricanes vs Trinidad &Tobago Red Force – Warner Park, St. Kitts

West Indies Academy vs Guyana Harpy Eagles – Coolidge Cricket Ground (CCG), Antigua

Round 4

13 to 16 March:

Trinidad &Tobago Red Force vs Windward Islands Volcanoes – Queen’s Park Oval, Trinidad

CCC vs Leeward Islands Hurricanes – Diego Martin Regional Complex, Trinidad

Guyana Harpy Eagles vs Barbados Pride – Sir Frank Worrell Cricket Ground at UWI Spec (UWI SPEC), Trinidad

West Indies Academy vs Jamaica Scorpions – CCG, Antigua

Round 5

20 March to 23 March: 

Trinidad &Tobago Red Force vs Barbados Pride – Queen’s Park Oval, Trinidad

Leeward Islands Hurricanes vs Jamaica Scorpions – Diego Martin Regional Complex, Trinidad

Guyana Harpy Eagles vs Windward Islands Volcanoes – UWI SPEC, Trinidad

West Indies Academy vs CCC – CCG, Antigua

Round 6

10 to 13 April:

Jamaica Scorpions vs Guyana Harpy Eagles – Sabina Park, Jamaica

CCC vs Trinidad &Tobago Red Force – Chedwin Park, Jamaica

Leeward Hurricanes vs Barbados Pride – UWI SPEC, Trinidad

West Indies Academy vs Windward Islands Volcanoes – CCG, Antigua

Round 7

17 to 20 April:

Jamaica Scorpions vs Trinidad &Tobago Red Force – Sabina Park, Jamaica

CCC vs Guyana Harpy Eagles – Kensington Cricket Club, Jamaica

Leeward Islands Hurricanes vs Windward Islands Volcanoes – UWI SPEC, Trinidad

West Indies Academy vs Barbados Pride – CCG, Antigua

–CWI [https://www.windiescricket.com/news/]

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