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Don Miguel Sixes final today
The finals of the very popular Don Miguel Sixes tournament will take place today at St George’s College Recreation Ground in Barataria. A large crowd is expected to be on hand to see the most competitive windball cricket series in the land.
The semifinals were played last night and the winners of the finals in tonight’s game will take home $6,000. There will be a third place play-off in both the men and women categories from 6 pm, to be followed by the finals of the men and women competition from 7 pm.
League organiser Inshan Ali said crowds have been coming out in large numbers to view the games and he expects that to even double tonight. He added that in the past players like Sunil Narine and Keiron Pollard have played in the men’s competition and on the women’s side Deandra Dottin and Stacy Ann King are among a host of national and West Indies players who have played.
He ended by saying that he would like to send out heartfelt thanks to the Minister of Sport Anil Roberts for his support for this tournament, as well as all the other officials at the Ministry of Sport.
1st Prize—$6,000, challenge trophy, replica and ten gold medals
2nd Prize—$3,000, trophy and ten silver medals
3rd Prize—$1,500, trophy and ten bronze medals
4th Prize—$800 and trophy
Losing quarter finalists—$300 each
Best disciplined team—trophy
Best uniformed team—trophy
Most runs, first round—trophy
Most runs, in a match—trophy
Most wickets, in a match—trophy
Most wickets, first round—trophy
Most sixes in a match—trophy
Most sixes in the first round—trophy
Player of the match, finals—$200 and trophy
First five wickets—trophy
Best all-Round player, first round—$200 and trophy
Highest team score—trophy
Lowest team score—trophy
Best team manager—$200 and trophy
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