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T&T give fans lots to shout about

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – A ruthless Trinidad and Tobago stormed to the top of the Caribbean T20 standings on Wednesday night after clobbering hapless Leeward Islands by 95 runs in a lopsided affair.

The defending champions rattled up 187 for four off their 20 overs, the highest score of the tournament, after they were sent in at Queen’s Park Oval in the night’s feature contest.

Stylish stroke-maker Darren Bravo dazzled with an unbeaten 65 from 40 balls while opener Lendl Simmons hammered a belligerent 62 from 46 balls.

Jamaica fight for first win

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Jamaica rescued their Caribbean T20 campaign when they pulled off a much-needed win over Windward Islands at Queen’s Park Oval on Wednesday night.

Without a win in two matches and desperately in need of points, Jamaica pulled themselves together in time, successfully defending 116 for six to come away with a 12-run victory in a rain-affected affair.

Danza Hyatt top scored with 44 from 33 balls, an innings that pulled Jamaica out of a hole after they were drifting at 51 for three in the tenth over.

WI Women downed in 2nd ODI by SA

BASSETERRE, St Kitts – West Indies women suffered another batting meltdown against spin, losing by four wickets to South Africa Women in the second One-Day International at Warner Park here Wednesday.

Brathwaite credits advice from mates

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad - Barbadian seamer, Carlos Brathwaite, has credited advice from his captain Dwayne Smith and spinner Sulieman Benn for his career best four for 23 in the Caribbean T20 match against Jamaica on Tuesday.

Bravo celebrates special return

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC- West Indies all-rounder, Dwayne Bravo, says he feels good to be back to full fitness after recovering from injury sustained during the ICC Twenty20 tournament in Sri Lanka last year.

Bravo celebrated his recovery with a match winning performance in Trinidad and Tobago’s seven wicket victory over Combined Campuses and Colleges in the Caribbean T20 tournament on Tuesday.

“It’s nice to be back playing again, being competitive and doing what I really love – which is bat and bowl,” declared the 29-year-old  Bravo.

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