BRIDGETOWN—West Indies captain Jason Holder says the regional side needs to play more One-Day International cricket if they are to make any serious strides up the international rankings.
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$15,000 up for grabs in DPL T20
A first prize of $15,000 will be up for grabs when the F&E Diamond Cricket Club host their inaugural Diamond Premier League T20 tournament, starting soon.
The tournament which will be played solely at the Kennedy Park on Papourie Road, will be structured professionally with all the rules that accompanies International T20 matches.
Apart from the winners purse of $15,000, the runners-up will pocket $7,000, third place $5,000, fourth place $2,500 and the most disciplined team will get $1,000.
There will also be prizes for best batsman, best bowler, best fieldsman and most valuable player.
For further information clubs can contact Andy Mahadeo at 740-5181.
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