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The season will commence on February 7th with three Super50 matches in Antigua, Barbados and St Lucia. The 4 Day matches will commence on February 9th and run through to February 12th.
Barbados will host reigning double champions Jamaica (winner of both the 4 Day and Super50 in 2012) at Kensington Oval; Guyana will travel to the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds in Antigua to play Leeward Islands and Windward Islands will take on Combined Campuses and Colleges at the Beausejour Cricket Grounds.
Trinidad and Tobago has gotten the bye for the first round.
Kensington Oval in Barbados will host the semi finals and final of the Super 50 in April.
The two teams with the most number of points after the preliminary rounds of the 4 Day will host the semi final matches while the final will be hosted by the team in the final with the highest number of points after the preliminary rounds.
The teams will compete for the Clive Lloyd Trophy in the Super50 and the Headley/Weekes Trophy in the Regional 4 Day. Jamaica has achieved the unparalleled feat of having won the Headley/Weekes Trophy for the last five consecutive seasons.