Some people will be coming to the Windsor Park Sports Stadium (WPSS) this weekend for the cricket, some for the lime, some for the fun, food and drink and others will come for the sewo. Whatever the reason, persons attending the first-ever T20 Internationals in Dominica on July 5th and 6th will get a bit of everything. Vendors’ booths are sold out, lapo kabwit and DJs will keep the crowd entertained during the matches and the First Serenade Band, alongside Gator Sounds, will get the crowd on its feet on both days after some exciting cricket that can only be provided by this fast and furious format of the game.
Patrons are also in for a treat with the arrival of promotional material that reflects the theme of the series – We vs Them – and the unmistakable logo of West Indies cricket that’s recognizable worldwide among cricket lovers and supporters alike. Caps, polos, t-shirts, vests, tank tops and other items will be on sale at reasonable prices so that everyone can take home a memento of this historic event.
Tickets for the inaugural T20 Interantionals are going like hot bread and persons are encouraged to get their tickets on Friday and not wait for the days of the matches. Tickets are seat specific so to avoid disappointment persons need to purchase their tickets today. All tickets in the special promotion for children 12 years and under are finished and only a few tickets are left in the 70 and over category. In the interest of the sport, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) offered free tickets to youngsters and senior citizens for each day of play.
Patrons are reminded that Kubuli beer has exclusive pouring rights so that no other beer is allowed into the stadium, inclusive of corporate boxes, and the same goes for Blue Waters, the regional sponsor for West Indies cricket. Blue Waters sponsors every aspect of West Indies cricket including women’s cricket and development cricket. Coolers are allowed into the stadium but the maximum size is 12x12x12. Persons attending are also reminded that there is a no exit policy in place for the matches as this assists with crowd management. Persons who leave the stadium during the games and wish to re-enter must purchase another ticket.
Tickets to the matches are only $30 and are available at the WPSS ticket booth from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday and from 9:00 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Gates open at 11:00 a.m. on both days and games start at 2:00 p.m. sharp.