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The countdown to the finals of the Super 7s windball cricket tournament is on! After an exciting 2 month season one expects a climatic finish on Sunday June 12 at the Four Roads Recreational facility. 

The tournament supported by Digicel Play has been attracting massive crowds of cricket enthusiasts each weekend to view the action packed games. Even celebrities got in on the action with their very own celebrity match. Making up the teams of Cooper’s XI and Emrit’s XI were star studded personalities such as Shal Marshall, Stern John, Hoppy, Adrian Don Mora, Hypa Hoppa, Robert Dumas, Lurbz, 5 Star Akil, Sunny Bling, Aaron Duncan and Dean Ackin.  Emrit’s XI emerged the victor. 

Still in the running for the $150,000 grand prize are Autorama Gunners, AF Outlawz, Flavourite Grande Boys and the 2015 Champions – 123 Print Players. Patrons and well-wishers can also get in on the action as Digicel Play is offering prizes for the persons who can predict the winners of the Semi-Finals and Final games. The prize for the first fan to catch a ‘7’ is still also up for grabs. Other great prizes such as flat screen TVs, Samsung tablets and Digicel Play packages are also in the cards. Fans are invited to visit Digicel’s Instagram page at digiceltt for more information. 

The Super 7’s Semi-Finals will play off on Friday June 10 at 6:45 pm and 8:15 pm.  The Tournament 1st Division Final will kick off on Sunday June 12 at 5:30 pm followed by the Premier Division Final at 7:30 pm. The Digicel Play brand ambassadors will be on hand to give lucky patrons some special prizes as well. 

This community building initiative sponsored by Strictly FX began in 2015 in order to promote a sporting culture in Trinidad and Tobago geared at positively influencing youth through sport. Members of the public are invited to come down and join the fun of these exciting events.  

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