Minister of Sport Glen Phillip, Cosbert Manchester, President of the SKCA and other NAGICO representatives did an inspection of the teams and match officials.
As an incentive for the final four, any cricketer who scores a century will receive a bat from the sponsors.
Also, for every six that is struck, a donation of $100 will be made to the Nevis Kidney Society and to the St. Kitts Diabetic Association.
This is the first time the Semi- Finals and Finals of the competition is being played outside of St. Martin.
Manager of the St. Kitts team Mr. Leroy Percival outlined that the team’s expectation for the Semi Finals is to get to the Finals and if in the finals to win. Mr Percival also said if we are to win the tournament our fielding has to improve and he said a lot of emphasis was placed on catching during the recent practise sessions.
Former test player and now coach of Nevis Derrick Parry stated his teams focus is to win the game and take each game one at a time. Mr Parry also outlined that his batsmen have to start converting 50s into 100s.
The second Semi- finals will be played between Antigua and Anguilla on Saturday 8th while the Finals are scheduled for Sunday 9th October. Both matches are slated for Warner Park.