The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Finals will be hosted by Trinidad and Tobago for the next three years.
Hero CPL has signed a staging agreement with the government of Trinidad and Tobago that will see the final two matches of the tournament take place in the country between 2018 and 2020.
The semi-final and final represent the culmination of the Biggest Party in Sport and these games will make a massive impact on the Trinidad and Tobago economy.
Last year the Hero CPL generated revenue for Trinidad and Tobago of US$23million and Damien O’Donohoe, CEO of Hero CPL, said he is delighted to be continuing making an impact on the country’s economy.
Meanwhile, West Indies captain Jason Holder has leapt to a career-best 25th spot in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Test bowling rankings, following his outstanding performance in the day/night third Test which ended in Barbados on Tuesday.
The 26-year-old seamer finished with career-best figures of nine for 60, though the effort proved in vain as West Indies lost the match by four-wickets inside four days at Kensington Oval. He has moved up 11 spots, climaxing a series that saw him take 12 wickets overall in the three-Test rubber, which was drawn 1-1.