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Trinidad T20 Festival 2022: All you need to know – Team, fixtures, squad and more

The Trinidad T20 Festival will commence from May 5 to May 14 as it will bring some top-notch Caribbean cricketers to its stage.

Aakash Srivastava Author

Updated - 8 May 2022 1:24 pm

Cricket fans will be served with yet another T20 domestic tournament which is all set to kick start in West Indies. The Trinidad T20 Festival will be held between May 5-14 as it will bring some top-notch Caribbean cricketers to its stage. The T20 domestic tournament will surely be a power-packed one as a few of the power-hitters will be up against each other.

Former cricketers like Denesh Ramdin, Lendl Simmons, Jason Mohammed, Darren Bravo and Ravi Rampaul will grace the tournament with their presence. The eight-team tournament will be played in a round-robin format before the playoffs with the matches being played per day. Let’s take a look at specific details related to the tournament.

Name of the T20 League: The Trinidad T20 Festival 2022
Dates: May 5 to May 14

Name of the teams:

Alescon Comets SC,
Central Sports,
Clarke Road United,
Preysal SC,
Powergen Penal SC,
Profilbau Victoria United,
QPCC I
and QPCC II.

Squads

Alescon Comets SC: Jabari Mills, Shatrughan Rambaran, Justin Manick, Kristian Dookree, Sanjay Jawahir, Denzil Antoine, Reeval Ramnarine, Wendel George, Keiron John, Nadim Mohammed, Rajeev Yuvraj Ramnarine, Rakesh Seecharan, Saif Mohammad, Danny Ramjit Singh, Justin Khan Ali

Central Sports: Aaron Alfred, Daniel Williams, Lendl Simmons, Keagan Simmons, Kjorn Ottley, Brendon Ramdial, Rayad Emrit, Marlon Richards, Jahron Alfred, Kristopher Ramsaran, Imran Khan, Ryan Austin, Anderson Mahase, Shiva Sankar, Ricky Jaipaul, Kyle Balraj

Clarke Road United: Nicholas Sookdeosingh, Vikash Mohan, Yannick Ottley, Dejourn Charles, Joshua James, Clevon Kalawan, Kerwin Sirju, Akheel Mollon, Tariq Mohammad, Sean Siloch, Vanir Maharaj, Rayad Mohammad, Justin Gangoo, Samuel Roopnarine, Nicholas Ali, Nickyle Jalim

Preysal SC: Denesh Ramdin, Leonardo Julien, Navin Bidaisee, Mbeki Joseph, Kamil Pooran, Saiba Batoosingh, Crystian Thurton, Shazam Babwah, Vishan Jagessar, Mark Deyal, Strassark Sankar, Ravi Rampaul, Justin Joseph, Daniel Osouna, Rakesh Maharaj, Sanjiv Gooljar, Rahul Bharat

Powergen Penal SC: Steven Katwaroo, Ewart Nicholson, Cephas Cooper, Akeem Alvarez, Akiel Cooper, Jason Mohammed, Jalarnie Seales, Ryan Bandoo, Kavesh Kantasingh, Shaaron Lewis, Ansil Bhagan, Uthman Muhammad, Narad Kissoondath, Suraj Seepaul, Videsh Sookha, Azrudeen Mohammed, Levi Ghanny

Profilbau Victoria United: Eton Bhal, Kyle Roopchand, Chris Mohammed, Khemraj Arjoonsingh, Marcelle Jones, Vishal Roopnarine, Brandon Boodoo, Farrel Jugmohan, Aaron Nanan, Mahindra Ramsumair, Gregory Nandlal, Jovan Ali, Damion Joachim, Ramesh Brijlal, Keron Kanhai, Sherwin Ganga

QPCC I: Darren Bravo, Tion Webster, Yannick Cariah, Isaiah Rajah, Christopher Vincent, Rivaldo Ramlogan, Jyd Goolie, Terrance Hinds, Matthew Patrick, Akeal Hosein, Shannon Gabriel, Khary Pierre, Bryan Charles, Anderson Phillip, Jeremy Araujo, Kwasi Andrews

QPCC II: Nicholas Alexis, Joshua Ramdoo, Jesse Bootan, Jordan Warner, Kirstan Kallicharan, Sion Hackett, Philton Williams, Dexter Sween, Namir Suepaul, Brandon Maharaj, Antonio Gomez, Camillo Carimbocas, Jason Batson

Fixtures (IST)

Thursday, May 5: Central Sports vs Profilbau Victoria United – 8:30 PM

Friday, May 6:
Clarke Road United vs Alescon Comets SC – 12:30 AM
QPCC I vs QPCC II – 8:30 PM

Saturday, May 7:
Powergen Penal SC vs Preysal SC – 12:30 AM
Clarke Road United vs Central Sports – 8:30 PM

Sunday, May 8:
Alescon Comets SC vs Profilbau Victoria United – 12:30 AM
Powergen Penal SC vs QPCC I – 8:30 PM

Monday, May 9:
QPCC II vs Preysal SC – 12:30 AM
Central Sports vs Alescon Comets SC – 8:30 PM

Tuesday, May 10:
Profilbau Victoria United vs Clarke Road United – 12:30 AM
Preysal SC vs QPCC I – 8:30 PM

Wednesday, May 11:
Powergen Penal SC vs QPCC II – 12:30 AM
Premiership II first semi-final – 8:30 PM

Thursday, May 12:
Premiership II second semi-final – 12:30 AM
Premiership I first semi-final – 8:30 PM

Friday, May 13:
Premiership I second semi-final – 12:30 AM
Premiership II final – 8:30 PM

Saturday, May 14: Premiership I final – 12:30 AM

Where to watch Live Streaming of matches?

FanCode app and website will live stream all the games of the tournament for fans in India.

Where to tune in for Latest Updates?

One can visit www.sportstiger.com for live ball-by-ball updates. He/She can also download the SportsTiger App, available on Google Play Store & Apple App Store.

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