Nov 13, 2008 Sports
Digicel, proud sponsor of West Indies cricket, yesterday announced that it has purchased the broadcast rights for the three West Indies vs. Pakistan one day international matches (ODIs) taking place in Abu Dhabi on November 12, 14 and 16, which will be aired free to cricket fans on terrestrial TV across the Caribbean.
The uninterrupted coverage of the matches starts at 6.30am. The first match of three ODI’s of the Away Series against Pakistan was contested yesterday. WI will also travel to New Zealand for a series of Test matches, ODIs and 20/20 matches.
Digicel Group Head of Sponsorship, Kieran Foley, commented; “This is another example of Digicel’s commitment to bringing cricket back to the fans. We want to make sure that every West Indies cricket fan can watch their team in action during the Away Series against Pakistan.
With the upcoming Digicel Home Series against England early next year, West Indies cricket needs all of its supporters to rally round and cheer the team on.”
For up-to-date information on the Away Series and for the latest installment of the Digicel Player Diaries, log on to www.digicelcricket.com
Uninterrupted coverage of the West Indies vs. Pakistan ODIs is available on the following TV and radio stations:
Cayman: Cayman Island Television Network
Trinidad: Caribbean Communication Network, CNC3 and CNMG as well as radio coverage on Trinidad Broadcasting
Jamaica: RJR Communications Group (TV and radio), CVM TV and KLAS radio
Barbados: Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation
Guyana: NCN (TV and radio), WRHM
St. Lucia: HTS
Grenada: Grenada Broadcasting Network (TV and radio)
Dominica: Sat Telecommunications Ltd & Marpin Telecoms & Broadcasting
Antigua: Antigua Broadcasting Services
St. Vincent: SVG Broadcasting
BVI: Caribbean Broadcast Network
Montserrat & Nevis: Caribbean Cable
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