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T&T teach CCC a Twenty20 lesson

 

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Trinidad and Tobago brushed aside a ragged Combined Campuses and Colleges by seven wickets to register their first win and get their Caribbean Twenty20 campaign up and running on Tuesday night.

Medium pacer Kevon Cooper (3-17) and off-spinner Sunil Narine (2-14) paralysed the CCC innings to restrict them to an inadequate 94 for eight from their 20 overs.

Pollard returns; TT bowl first

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Jamaica won the toss and chose to bat in their second game of the Caribbean T20 against Barbados at Queen’s Park Oval on Tuesday.

Jamaica’s opening game on Sunday against Trinidad and Tobago finished in a no-result while Barbados made a winning start to their campaign on Monday, crushing Leeward Islands by nine wickets.

TEAMS:

BARBADOS – Dwayne Smith (captain), Justin Brathwaite, Ryan Hinds, Jonathan Carter, Shamarh Brooks, Kyle Mayers, Shane Dowrich, Carlos Brathwaite, Ashley Nurse, Sulieman Benn, Tino Best.

Clinical Bajans roll over Jamaicans

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Barbados stumbled and stuttered before eventually marching to their second victory of the Caribbean T20, with a five-wicket defeat of embattled Jamaica on Tuesday.

Led by seamer Carlos Brathwaite, Barbados routed Jamaica for their lowest ever CT20 score of 72 off 17.3 overs, and then reached their target off 11.2 overs at Queen’s Park Oval.

Jamaica bat first against Barbados

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Jamaica won the toss and chose to bat in their second game of the Caribbean T20 against Barbados at Queen’s Park Oval on Tuesday.

Jamaica’s opening game on Sunday against Trinidad and Tobago finished in a no-result while Barbados made a winning start to their campaign on Monday, crushing Leeward Islands by nine wickets.

TEAMS:

Amazing Guyana win last ball thriller

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Guyana recorded a dramatic last-ball win over Combined Campuses and Colleges as the Caribbean T20 came to life on Monday night at Queen’s Park Oval.

 With 14 runs required from the last six balls of the game, CCC squandered a golden opportunity for full points as pacer Jason Holder sent down a wide, a no-ball and was then smashed for a huge six by Veersammy Permaul off the penultimate delivery, to leave the scores tied.

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