The T&T Cricket Board says it is tightening its disciplinary process and "recently started a review of its internal organisational structure and processes."
In a media release issued on Tuesday afternoon, the TTCB said the board management structure is being re-examined as it relates to utilisation of resources, in light of the changing, and at times challenging cricket and economic landscapes.
NGC, the board's main sponsor pulled the plug on its partnership and has left a hole in the finances of the National Sports Organisation.
It was carded as a day/night affair but Trinidad and Tobago required less then three hours to dispose of a listless Combined Campuses and Colleges Marooners by nine wickets in their second match of the Regional Super50 yesterday.
Off-spinner Sunil Narine was brilliant, claiming five for 10 from 7.4 overs, to sink Marooners for 101 off 25.4 overs after the Barbabados-based unit opted to bat first at historic Kensington Oval.
Left-arm seamer Sheldon Cottrell picked up three for 40 while left-arm spinner Khary Pierre took two for 15.
After watching his side fall to an 87 run loss against the Jamaica Scorpions, and their fifth defeat of the First Class season, T&T Red Force Head Coach Gus Logie said, "I will consider my future at the end of the season."
In news of sport. It took only 43 minutes for the Guyana Jaguars to wrap up victory over the T&T Red Force this morning.
The Jaguars started the fourth and final morning needing 53 runs to win.
Shimron Hetmyer ended on 44 while Rajindra Chandrika ended unbeaten on 10.
This is now the Red Force's fourth loss of the season.
They started round seven in fourth position and judging on the result in Jamaica tonight, they could slip further down.
Here's what captain Kyle Hope had to say about the defeat.