At the end of the powerplay, West Indies were 78 without loss—the most runs ever conceded by India in a T20 powerplay.
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Evening of wine, cheese and music
Some of the country’s top classical performers will perform at Wine and Cheese, Music and Art IV at Queen’s Royal College on Sunday.
The Trinity Tenors, Marlon De Bique, John Thomas and Wendell Constantine, will be joined by a cast that includes classical jazz vocalist Tevin Gall supported by Christopher Steel and More the Band, the Trinbago Retro Starz Steel orchestra, violinist Inge Schluer and a SATB quartet of the Eastern Youth Chorale.
The evening, which kicks off at 5pm with a jazz and cocktail reception, will also feature art by Ethiopian artist Turunesh Raymond and local artist Judy Moraga.
The proceeds of the showt will go towards the Lady Hochoy Home.
• Tickets cost $300 and are available at the Proactive Effect in Trincity Mall, Craft Creators Ltd at West Mall and Kitchen Korner, Long Circular Mall. The dress code is elegantly casual.