May 31, 2016 Sports
Members of the West Indies team arrived here yesterday for the tri-nation series which is set to bowl of Friday at Providence involving Australia and South Africa. The squad was greeted at the Eugene F. Correia
International airport, Ogle, East Coast Demerara by Digicel’s Jacqueline James and Vidya Sanichara, Director of Sport Christopher Jones, Guyana Cricket Board president Drubahadur and vice president Fizul Bacchus.
West Indies will face South Africa in the opening game before playing Australia on Sunday; the final game here will be played on Tuesday with South Africa and Australia, who are expected to arrive today, facing each other.
The home team will have their first practice session at Providence between 14:00hrs and 17:00hrs today. The South Africans will have their first training session on Wednesday from 09:00hrs to noon, while West Indies will at Providence from 14:00hrs to 17:00hrs.
All matches start at 13:00hrs while the gates at the Stadium will be opened from 11:00hrs. Tickets which cost $2,000 for the Party Stand, $3,000 for the Orange Stand and $4,000 for the Green and Red stands are already on sale and on-line for those overseas who are desirous of traveling for the first three ODIs.
Australia will have their first practice session on Thursday June 2 from 14:00hrs to 17:00hrs at Bourda where tickets for Guyana leg of the series are being sold.
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