Some positive, constructive cricket news for once: Jamaica holds the first competitive match in the Caribbean under lights. Hopefully the rest of the islands will follow and they can finally bring West Indies cricket into the new century. ("The 20th century?", I hear you ask? Baby steps, remember.) The lack of lights became a huge problem, among so many others, during the ODI World Cup in March, because it forced that ridiculous early scheduling of all the games. Who wants to watch sport at 9 o'clock in the morning? Following the Cup in Tobago became almost like a full-time job for us, with militant 9-to-5 hours required daily (and no weekends) for more than a month. And Malcolm Speed still wonders why the tournament was a bust?