In a fresh development, four countries will host the 2022 Caribbean Premier League, which is scheduled to take place between August 30 and September 30. Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, and St. Kittis and Nevis will host the league matches, while Guyana will stage seven group matches and the knockout encounters as well. Notably, for the past two seasons, Trinidad and Tobago and St. Kittis and Nevis were hosting the CPL 2022 and 2021, respectively due to the COVID-19 restrictions.
Meanwhile, Guyana has signed a three-year contract with CPL organisers to host the tournament final until 2024 and is delighted with the development. The Chief Executive Officer of the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority Lorine Charles-St. Jules said, "The tournament's return to the country is huge prosperity."
"The pandemic limited major sporting events across the world as to be able to welcome back a prestigious tournament such as this means a lot to us", he added. He further said that the tournament is a perfect opportunity to come together and enjoy Saint Lucian's hospitality.
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