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Windies Women win last ball thriller

GRENVILLE, Grenada, CMC – West Indies Women drew first blood in their four-match Twenty20 International series against Pakistan, winning a low-scoring, rain-ravaged encounter by a run here Tuesday. Sent in to bat, the hosts rattled up 90 for eight off 18 overs after rain interrupted their innings at Progress Park. World-rated opener Stafanie Taylor hit the top score of 26 while Stacy-Ann King scored 16, with Sadia Yousuf and Qanita Jalil both claiming two for 14. Chasing a revised target after another weather interruption, Pakistan came up short after requiring seven from the last over.
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"Sagicor HPC work paid off" - Nkrumah Bonner

 

St John’s, Antigua– Jamaican all rounder Nkrumah Bonner, who was today named on the West Indies Twenty20 squad for two matches against England has said that his time at the Sagicor High Performance Centre has helped his game significantly.

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Bascombe, Charles, Bonner & Christian get WI T20 call up

 

St John’s, Antigua– Opening batsmen Miles Bascombe and Johnson Charles along with all rounder Nkrumah Bonner and wicketkeeper Derwin Christian have been called to the West Indies Twenty20 squad to play against England in September.

Dwayne Smith, the Barbadian all rounder, makes a return to the Windies team while pacer Fidel Edwards gets a Twenty20 selection after returning to Test cricket earlier this year.

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Nelson stands tall as JA take lead

Georgetown, Guyana, CMC – Jamaica have taken full control over Trinidad and Tobago after the second day of their WICB Regional Under-19 Championship match at Everest Cricket Club on Tuesday

The Jamaicans extended their overnight 278 for six to 320 and then bowled out the Trinidadians for 136, to take a 184-run lead. T&T closed the day on 52 runs for three wickets – still 134 runs away from making the Jamaicans bat a second time.

Creary on 73 as Jamaica bat well

Georgetown, Guyana, CMC – Teswayne Creary and John Campbell indulged themselves, as Jamaica’s batsmen dug in against Trinidad & Tobago in the WICB Regional Under-19 Championship on Monday.

Creary led the way with an unbeaten 73 and Campbell hit 55, as the Jamaicans, sent in to bat, reached 278 for six in their first innings at the close on the opening day of their first round match at Everest.

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