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St Kitts and Nevis’ Sports Minister said cost was a factor in the country’s decision not to host group matches of the Men’s Twenty20 Cricket World Cup (CWC) in 2024.
In an article posted on the St Kitts and Nevis Information Service website, Minister Samal Duggins explained CWC required the government to make a significant investment to bring the Warner Park Sporting Complex in line with the minimum standards required to host tournament matches
Additionally, he stated the time frame to complete renovations was not practical.
Duggins said St Kitts and Nevis is negotiating with CWC and the International Cricket Council to host warmup matches for the tournament.
The minister stated the island could be a home base for at least four teams.
Each team will play two matches and they are likely to stay on the island between 10 to 21 days depending on scheduling.
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