All three 11th round matches in the West Indies Cricket Board's regional four-day tournament have failed to start after players in dispute with the board refused to take to the field.

The exact nature of yet another stand-off between the WICB and the region's cricketers is unclear, but the boycott follows the news that last night Dinanath Ramnarine, who heads the players' association, resigned as a director of the board.
Players involved in games in Barbados and St Vincent were not at the ground at 9.30am, half an hour before the scheduled start, and it was believed the game in Jamaica, with a one-hour later start, was also threatened by the players' action.

In the one-day international against England, the West Indies players took to the field with masking tape over the Digicel logos on their left arms.