He may not be one of the on field umpires in any of the two games, but Nevis’ very own regional cricketing umpire, Carl Tuckett, will still play a significant umpiring role, in the two semifinal matches to be hosted by the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), at the Coolidge Cricket Ground (CCG), as part of the regional 50 overs tournament.

In semifinal one, to be played between the defending champions, Trinidad and Tobago Red force and the Jamaica Scorpions, on Wednesday 15th February, Tuckett will perform the role of TV umpire.

The following day, Thursday 16th February in semifinal number two, between the Leewards Hurricanes and the Barbados Pride, Tuckett will perform the role of 4th official.

The full schedule of umpires for the two games as released by the West Indies Cricket Board is as follows:


Wednesday, February 15

Trinidad & Tobago Red Force vs Jamaica Scorpions

Umpires: Gregory Brathwaite, Nigel Duguid

TV Umpire: Carl Tuckett

4th official: Patrick Gustard

Match referee: Carlyle Felix


Thursday, February 16

Barbados Pride vs Leeward Islands Hurricanes

Umpires: Patrick Gustard, Nigel Duguid

TV Umpire: Verdayne Smith

4th official: Carl Tuckett

Match referee: Carlyle Felix


Both matches will be aired live on ESPN and partner networks and are set to commence on both days at 1.30 pm Eastern Caribbean time or 12.30 pm Jamaica time.

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