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LIME TV is bringing live cricket coverage of the inaugural Limacol Caribbean Premier League (LCPL) T20 Tournament to homes and business places across Saint Lucia to ensure that cricket fans don’t miss out on the Caribbean’s hottest cricket event.
This is great news For LIME TV customers, as Saint Lucia’s leading cable TV network will be beaming uninterrupted ball-by-ball play from start to finish, all throughout the tournament via LIME Exclusive channel 87.
“Our goal is to ensure that LIME TV customers stay connected to their favourite sports programs, especially live broadcasts of world-class tournaments like the Limacol Caribbean Premier League,” said Chris Williams, LIME Saint Lucia General Manager. “This is vital for cricket fans who don’t have the good fortune to be at the matches in person. We are going to ensure that they don’t miss out on the LCPL experience and all the great action and excitement that we have come to expect from West Indies cricket,” Chris added.
LIME TV provides the widest selection of local and international sports programming in Saint Lucia, compared to any other local cable TV network, and offers exclusive access to many of the world’s leading football, cricket and basketball tournaments, as well as the Olympic Games and other premier events.
The Limacol Caribbean Premier League got underway with flair, energy and colour on Tuesday, July 30 in Barbados with the first match between the Barbados Tridents and Saint Lucia Zouks. Barbados registered the LCPL’s first win.
Saturday’s match between Barbados Tridents and Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel is scheduled for 8pm at Kensington Oval, Barbados. On Sunday, the Zouks are back in action from 8pm against Guyana’s Amazon Warriors. All the matches will be carried live and uninterrupted on LIME TV 87. Most matches start at 8pm.
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