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The West Indies will be looking to ride the wave of confidence from their win over Pakistan into the semi—finals tomorrow where they face Sri Lanka in a night match. It will be a replay of Last year’s final which the Caribbean side won but according to Captain Darren Sammy they will not be taking anything for granted.

The West Indies are the defending Champions

And the Windies Women take on Austrailia in their semi-final also tomorrow. The Merissa Aguilera led team will be looking to better the semi-final finish they had last year. Coach Sherwin Campbell said they will be looking to do a repeat performance as in the warm up matches when they beat Australia.

Basketball.

From the Mecca in Georgetown to Mackenzie the basketball party moves this weekend. Organizer of the event Edison Jefford tells us why they are going to the mining town.

Jefford said that there will be 3 games on the night

The facilities are in good shape and fans will be comfortable according to Jefford.

Hockey

The National Men’s hockey squad is set to leave for Uruguay on Friday

for the 2014 Indoor Pan American Cup, which runs from the 7th to the 13th of April. Guyana play Canada, Argentina, USA and Uruguay as they attempt to qualify for the 2015 Indoor World Cup in the week long tournament. Devin Munroe is a seasoned campaigner and he asses the team’s readiness.

Raphael De groot is one of the younger players on the squad and he also gave his take on how he expects the team to fare.

Coach for the tournament is Robert Fernandes and he said the make-up of the team would give them a great chance of doing well.

 

 

 

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