The stars come alive. It will be the battle of the big four on Sunday as the Challenge Trophy reaches its semi-final stage.
Defending champions Guyana play Jamaica while surprise red group leaders World Stars take on the mighty Barbados.
In the last round of matches, World Stars upset group favourites Jamaica and claimed the leaders’ position while Guyana overcame a spirited fight from the young Cayman Islands team. Some of Cayman’s top players, like Pearson Best, Conroy Wright, Saheed Mohamed and Ladel Farquharson will be in action.
There are three formats of cricket played around the world but none has caught the imagination more than the shortest version T/20.
Matches could be won or loss in the space of six balls in a game that spans only 120 balls.
With the country’s top players spread across the four teams it could be matches decided on the last ball.
All roads lead to the Smith Road Oval where spectators will enjoy two matches full of entertainment.