Super 50: Teams, venues, squads, fixtures and all you need to know about the star-studded domestic ODI tournament of West Indies

Abhishek Singh

Abhishek Singh

Author| Feb 11, 3:26 PM

Courtesy- Twitter
Courtesy- Twitter

The West Indies cricket board decided to make the good use of the pandemic cool off period as they organised the Super 50, the annual domestic ODI competition. With the tournament being played at a time when all big players of the national team are at home (choosing not to tour Bangladesh due to quarantine), the tournament is sure to get a lot of traffic. 

It will be the first tournament of 2021 in the Caribbeans. The big names at the display will be West Indies Men's ODI Captain, Kieron Pollard, Test skipper Jason Holder, big-hitting young guns in Nicholas Pooran and Shimron Hetmyer and many other players who have represented West Indies fo a long period of time. Sheldon Cottrell, Andre Fletcher, Hayden Walsh Jr., Roston Chase, Denesh Ramdin and Darren Bravo are some of the names whose talents would be at display in the 21-day affair. 

Talking about the opportunity to represent his home side in List A tournament after a long time, Pollard said, “It is very good that cricket is coming back to the Caribbean. Players will get the opportunity to showcase their skills and entertain our fans.”

“It has been a trying 2020 for cricketers and the whole Caribbean, so it is really good that we have the CG Insurance Super50 Cup being played at this time and hopefully, it can unearth some new talent,” added the 33-year-old who would be captaining Trinidad and Tobago. 

The first-ever ODI tournament between the islands combining West Indies was played in 1976 and this 2021 edition will be the 45th season of it. In this year’s tournament, six teams would be participating in the competition. Among these teams, Trinidad and Tobago have won the most number of titles (11) followed by Guyana (10). While Jamaica, this time around led by Rovaman Powell has eight titles in its kitty so far, Jason Holder led Barbados would be looking to win their eighth title. 

Other teams which have laid their hands at the title are the Leeward Islands and the Windward Islands, both of which have won four titles each. Combined Campuses and Colleges team, which represented the education institutes in all the islands combined won the tournament in 2018-19 season while the West Indies emerging side won the last edition in 2019-20 and both these sides won’t be part of this year’s edition. 


Barbados Pride, Guyana Jaguars, Jamaica Scorpions, Leeward Islands Hurricanes, Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, Windward Islands Volcanoes


All the matches of the competition would be played in only two grounds on the island of Antigua. The two grounds are Coolidge Cricket Ground, where 13 matches including the semi-finals and the final. The other ground, the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds, North Sound, Antigua will host only six games. 


Each day one game is being played (with an exception of 09th February, when there are no games played) since the tournament started on 07th February and will continue in that fashion till the round-robin league. The round-robin fixtures, where each team play the other once will go on till 22nd February.  The semi-finals are scheduled for 24th and 25th February with the fifth-place paly-off on 26th. The final game will be played on 27th February. 


Trinidad and Tobago Red Force Kieron Pollard (Captain), Darren Bravo (Vice-Captain), Akeal Hosein, Imran Khan, Evin Lewis, Jason Mohammed, Sunil Narine, Kjorn Ottley, Khary Pierre, Nicholas Pooran, Anderson Phillip, Dinesh Ramdin, Ravi Rampaul, Jayden Seales, Lendl Simmons; David Furlonge (Head Coach)

Barbados Pride Jason Holder (Captain), Joshua Bishop, Shamarh Brooks, Jonathan Carter, Roston Chase, Dominic Drakes, Jonathan Drakes, Justin Greaves, Keon Harding, Chemar Holder, Akeem Jordan, Nicholas Kirton, Zachary McCaskie, Ashley Nurse, Tevyn Walcott; Dexter Toppin (Head Coach)

Guyana Jaguars Leon Johnson (Captain), Shimron Hetmyer (Vice-Captain), Christopher Barnwell, Anthony Bramble, Asad Fudadin, Chanderpaul Hemraj, Tevin Imlach, Keon Joseph, Ramaal Lewis, Gudakesh Motie, Akshaya Persaud, Kemol Savory, Romario Shepherd, Kevin Sinclair, Nial Smith; Esuan Crandon (Head Coach)

Jamaica Scorpions Rovman Powell (Captain), Derval Green (Vice-Captain), Fabian Allen, Dennis Bulli, Sheldon Cottrell, Javel Glenn, Brandon King, Andre McCarthy, Jamie Merchant, Romaine Morris, Paul Palmer, Jeavor Royal, Odean Smith, Aldaine Thomas, Oshane Thomas; Andre Coley (Head Coach)

Leeward Islands Hurricanes Devon Thomas (captain), Montcin Hodge (Vice-Captain), Colin Archibald, Sheeno Berridge, Quinton Boatswain, Keacy Carty, Nino Henry, Amir Jangoo, Nitish Kumar, Jeremiah Louis, Ashmead Need, Kieran Powell, Ross Powell, Hayden Walsh Jr, Terrance Warde; Stuart Williams (Head Coach)

Windward Islands Volcanoes Sunil Ambris (Captain), Andre Fletcher (Vice-Captain), Alick Athanaze, Roland Cato, Keron Cottoy, Kenneth Dember, Larry Edward, Ryan John, Ray Jordan, Desron Maloney, Obed McCoy, Preston McSween, Kimani Melius, Emmanuel Stewart, Kevin Stoute; Andrew Richardson (Head Coach)

Note: Ball by ball commentary of every game will be available at our website OneCricket. 

  • Kieron Pollard
  • Jason Holder
  • Nicholas Pooran
  • Shimron Hetmyer
  • Darren Bravo
  • Denesh Ramdin
  • Andre Fletcher
  • BAR
  • TNT
  • JAM
  • GUY
  • WNI
  • LEI
  • Super 50 2021
  • Coolidge Cricket Ground, Coolidge
  • Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua West Indies

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