The semi-finals of the Wray & Nephew White Overproof Rum Masters Twenty20 cricket competition will be played at Kensington Park in east Kingston tomorrow with matches set to start at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. respectively.
In the first match, St Catherine will face Mico Masters while in the 2 p.m. encounter, May Pen Lions oppose Domtar.
CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (CMC):
West Indies Women will play eight matches, three one day internationals and five T20 games, against New Zealand next summer, the media have reported.
The West Indies Women are scheduled to play the Auckland Hearts in a warm-up fixture on February 23 before starting their tour with three ODIs against New Zealand at Christchurch's Bert Sutcliffe Oval from February 26 - March 2.
The first three T20 matches will be played at Invercargill's Queens Park while the final two will be contested at Queenstown Event Centre.
The tour is set to conclude on March 14 and includes a return leg in which New Zealand will tour the West Indies October next year to play three ODIs before England join in for a T20 tri-series.
ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC):
Sir Richard Branson, the founder of the Virgin Group, has given a ringing endorsement of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League (LCPL) currently under way.
Sir Richard gave his seal of approval to the tournament while watching the Antigua Hawkbills overcome table-topping Barbados Tridents in a low-scoring thriller on Thursday.
"I love this league. I love the fact it is not stuffy (and) I love the fact that you arrive and there is music playing. People are partying as you only get in the West Indies," he said as he watched the action."The great thing about this cricket is that it is exciting - it is designed to entertain and people want to be entertained."Gold medal a 'life changer'MOSCOW, Russia (CMC):
Gordon made the comment after becoming his country's second overall gold medal winner behind Ato Boldon (200m in 1997) at these Championships.
"This victory will change my life, but won't change me as a person," he told journalists in the mixed zone.
He left it late, but held his nerves in the last 100 metres to catch and beat American Michael Tinsley on the line 47.69 to 47.70 in Thursday's 400m hurdles final.
"To win the gold here was one of my goals and I'm just so happy I have achieved it," said the 21-year-old, who ends his 2013 season in Brussels on September 6.