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No more waiting!! It’s been two months since the international Players play a cricket game and guess what Cricket is back after the long COVID-19 pandemic wait.

The Vincy Premier League (VPL T10) tournament was launched by St. Vincent and the Grenadines Cricket Association (SVGCA) in association with Dream11 from May 22-30, 2020.

In the tournament, a total of 6 teams will compete, seeing 28 T10 matches being played at the Arnos Vale Sporting Complex, St. Vincent, and will be streamed live. Seventy-two players were drafted in the player draft by the six franchises, including a Windies marquee player. The star players for each of the franchise teams in the competition are Kesrick Williams, Sunil Ambris, Obey McCoy, Keron Cottoy, Lindon James, and Desron Maloney.

In light of the presence of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the VPL, which is under the auspices of St Vincent and the Grenadines Cricket Association Inc., will be played under some strict health and safety protocols.

Among the steps is that players must be transported from and to the venue; between the innings and the midpoint of each game, players and officials on the field match will have to hand sanitize while no player will be allowed to use saliva on the pitch.

Additionally, various allocated areas would be made for the teams around the players’ pavilion so that they could practice physical distance. Police officers would be on hand to ensure that the fans present would sit apart from a few rows.

Desron Maloney’s 19-ball 41 * was the first to shine in the day as cricket returned Friday with the Vincy Premier League, at least in some form from the COVID-19-induced wilderness. Friday’s early match-three wickets won the Vincy Premier League’s first-ever match at Salt Pond Breakers. In the second match, Desron Maloney, the La Soufriere Hikers skipper, powered his team with 4.2 overs to spare, a nine-wicket victory. Dark View Explorers edged past their opponent to win by eight wickets in the final match.