NAGICO looking to revive West Indies Cricket


[]Chief Executive Officer of NAGICO, Dwayne Elgin says that his company’s sponsorship of the regional super 50 is part and parcel his effort to revive West Indies cricket.

During the tournament’s launch on Thursday, January 16, the insurance giant were joined by several cricket stakeholders at the Brian Lara Pavilion at Queens Park Oval.

“It is our hope that with this sponsorship of West Indies cricket we will see resurgence in West Indies cricket,” said Elgin.

“We have been passionate supporters of West Indies cricket for a long time and we believe this partnership will help to lift the game”.

Meanwhile Chief Executive Officer of the West Indies Cricket Board Michael Muirhead lauded the insurance company for partnering with cricket.

“NAGICO Insurances is a strong and respected brand with a presence in some 19 territories of which 11 are associated with West Indies cricket. What better partner could we ask for?” asked Muirhead.

“They have truly demonstrated in a tangible way, their passion and love of the game by sponsoring this important event in the WICB calendar”.

The NAGICO Super50 bowls off on January 30 and will conclude with the final on February 15.

Matches will be played at the historic Queen’s Park Oval in Port-of-Spain and picturesque Shaw Park in Tobago.

All matches in Trinidad will be day/night fixtures while the two matches in Tobago will be day games.



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