Plans afoot for Caribbean Premier League
Michael Muirhead, the CEO of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), has said that negotiations are on track for staging the inaugural Caribbean Premier League, a tournament which could replace the regional T20 competition in January next year.
“The negotiations are going on to bring on stream the Caribbean Premier League, and this would be a franchise tournament,” Muirhead said. “The West Indies Cricket Board is negotiating the rights, and after this it will be handed to a private promoter who has shown interest in staging the league.”
As it stands now, seven Caribbean teams will play a…
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