Dominica prepares for West Indies vs Bangladesh T20 Internationals in July

Discover Dominica Authority, in collaboration with the Dominica Cricket Association (DCA), continues preparations ahead of the upcoming T20Is – West Indies v Bangladesh.

The T20I games will be held in Dominica on July 2nd and 3rd 2022 at the Windsor Park Stadium in Roseau. Patrons can expect to be treated to a festive cricket experience during the matches. The Stadium Forecourt will come alive with authentic elements of Dominica’s Carnival experience and its unique heritage, through cultural performances, dance, the Kalinago people, and the famous sounds of the popular Lapo Kabwit.

Entry protocols to the stadium have been lifted to allow both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals to enter; however, health and safety protocols must be adhered to, including mask-wearing and sanitization upon entrance to the stadium and stands.

Ticket prices for the games are outlined below and include a 50% discount for those 65 years and over, and children 12 and under.

STAND PRICE (Eastern Caribbean Dollars) 65 years & Over and 12 & Under

Shillingford $70, $35

Clem John and John Laurent $40, $20

East $40, $20

Grounds $15, $8

Tickets are stand-specific but not seat-specific, so persons are encouraged to arrive early to get the seats of their choice.

Tickets go on sale online and at the Windsor Park Stadium soon.

In addition to the entry protocols and ticketing information, patrons must be aware of the exit policy during the games.

Patrons who exit the stadium during the games will not be permitted to re-enter on the same ticket. The patron will need

to purchase a new ticket to re-enter the facility.

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5 Comments

  1. Lin clown
    June 28, 2022

    IBO wish it would rain,rain and rain.These UWP traitors wish nothing good would happen to Dominica.I wonder if the blues will continue to call the Stadium a white elephant?Lying IBO.

  2. June 28, 2022

    Just a practice friendly game. Might even see either team switching players. It is a no point match affair. Win or lose either team has made no significant move. I call on Dominicans to walk around Roseau in protest against this useless government of Dominica to bid or to accept practice matches from WICB whose headquartered in Antigua and who allocated several matches on a drought animal roamed Sir Vivian Alexander Richards stadium where there were less than 500 adult spectators for the two matches. Fortunately, there British nationals for the England series. Shame on the Antiguan authorities headed by another fraud Gaston Brown for neglecting an international facility named after an internationally recognized national.

    • Annon
      June 29, 2022

      I know u trying to make a point but you’ll have to choose between English, Patwa, Swahili or something other than jabberish wi pal 😉

  3. Lin clown
    June 27, 2022

    Here goes another UWP liar.IBO wish it would rain both Saturday and Sunday.This JACKA never want anything good for Dominica A bunch of hypocrites.If these guys IBO,Jonathan,Francisco-dog,Viewsexpressed and Pipo could prevent Dominica from getting the matches they would.

  4. Ibo France
    June 27, 2022

    Dominicans have been starved of authentic, international sports, particularly cricket. I’m happy that this hiatus is finally coming to an end.

    I hope the weather will cooperate and there will be no interruptions. This is a brief respite from the daily stress of this dreary, miserable and monotonous life in Dominica where hunger, sorrow and pain are ever present companions in the lives of most people.

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