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Pagon heads to T&T

Published:Thursday | April 19, 2012 | 12:00 AM

Jamaica's opening batsman Donovan Pagon will be leaving the country today for Trinidad and Tobago, where he is down to represent Merry Boys in the lucrative Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board Premier Division two-day league.

"I will be going to Trinidad to play some club cricket where I hope to continue making runs and stay in shape, as should the regional selectors decide to give me a recall I want know that I am in the best frame of mind," said Pagon.

He made the remarks shortly after Jamaica's 139-run win over Barbados in the final of the West Indies Cricket Board Four-Day Tournament at Sabina Park on Monday.

The 29-year-old, who finished as the tournament's third-highest run-scorer, will be playing for Merry Boys until the end of the league in a month's time.

Pagon is also expected to participate in limited-overs competitions as well, which are normally played during the week.

The two-day league is played on the weekend.