In for T20 thrills
TWENTY20 CRICKET HAS GRABBED the interest and support of Barbados, with the local team steamrolling into tonight’s semi-finals against arch rivals Trinidad and Tobago after impressive performances in every match played so far in the Caribbean tournament.
Thousands of Barbadians and a host of regional spectators have been packing Kensington Oval since the cricket caravan moved from Antigua.
And with live viewing on ESPN, the atmosphere has been electrifying. Kensington continues to rock from the musical instruments and the shouts of supporters of a Bajan cricket team on fire.
Here, the large crowd at last night’s Barbados/Combined Campuses and Colleges match which Barbados won by nine wickets. Barbados face Trinidad today at 8 p.m. In the first semi-final match Jamaica will tackle the Windward Islands.