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Walton hits record 99 not out

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Combined Campuses and Colleges, sent in to bat by Guyana, scored 159-3 from their 20 overs in the third game of the Caribbean Twenty20 at Queen’s Park Oval here Monday.

Scores: CCC 159 for three off 20 overs (Chadwick Walton 99 not out, Kyle Corbin 25, Raymon Reifer 21; Devendra Bishoo 1-25) vs GUYANA.

CCC bat first against Guyana

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Guyana won the toss and sent Combined Campuses and Colleges in to bat in the third game of the Caribbean T20 on Monday.

TEAMS:

CCC – Kyle Corbin (captain), Ryan Austin, Akeem Dewar, Jason Holder, Kevin McClean, Wayne Morgan, Floyd Reifer, Raymon Reifer, Chadwick Walton, Ryan Wiggins, Kesrick Williams.

GUYANA – Veerasammy Permaul (captain), Ramnaresh Sarwan, Chris Barnwell, Ronsford Beaton, Devendra Bishoo, Shiv Chanderpaul, Derwin Christian, Royston Crandon, Narsingh Deonarine, Jonathan Foo, Trevon Griffith.

Tino's Best hurts Leewards

 

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Barbados made light work of Leeward Islands, romping to an emphatic nine-wicket win to send an early warning in the 2013 edition of the Caribbean Twenty20 here Monday.

Tino's Best blows away Leewards

 

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Barbados defeated Leeward Islands by nine wickets in the second game of the Caribbean T20 at Queen’s Park Oval on Monday.

The game has been reduced to 18 overs per side after wet conditions delayed the start by an hour and 20 minutes.

Scores: LEEWARDS 87 all out off 17.3 overs (Chesney Hughes 34; Tino Best 4-26, Sulieman Benn 2-9)

BARBADOS 91-1 off 8.2 overs (Justin Brathwaite 42, Dwayne Smith 36 not out)

Williams, Bennett had eyes on victory

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC- Coaches of the two teams involved in Sunday night’s opening clash of the Caribbean T20 tournament both claim they had a chance of pulling of victory barring the inclement weather which forced the match to be abandoned.

 Trinidad and Tobago made 128-9 off 20 overs and Jamaica reached 5-without loss in 1.2 overs before rain forced officials to abandon play in a charged atmosphere of 15,000 spectators.

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