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Adams appointed JCA Technical Director

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Former West Indies captain Jimmy Adams has been appointed Technical Director of the development programmes of the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA). He takes up the position from December 1.

In making the announcement, Paul Campbell, new President of the JCA, said the former left-handed batsman would have lead responsibility for the entire coaching programme.

WICB welcome the appointment of Jimmy Adams

ST. JOHN'S, Antigua -- The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has welcomed the announcement by the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) of former West Indies Test player, Jimmy Adams, as the JCA's new Technical Director.

WICB President, Julian Hunte, commented:" The WICB commends the Jamaica Cricket Association on the appointment of Jimmy Adams as their new Technical Director"

"Initiatives of this kind by the territorial Boards can only accrue to the benefit of the development of West Indies cricket."

Rain Delay the start of all Round 3 games

GEORGETOWN -- Heavy rain has caused a delay in the start of all three matches Round 3 of the West Indies Cricket Board’s One-Day Tournament in Guyana on Saturday.

The three matches scheduled are:

Jamaica vs United States at Everest

Trinidad & Tobago and Canada at Uitvlugt

Guyana vs Windward Islands at Blairmont

Day 2 Reports: Limited Overs Competition

GEORGETOWN -- Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC) registered a big win by 70 runs over the Windward Islands on Day 2 of the West Indies Cricket Board’s One-Day Tournament in Guyana on Friday. There was also a victory for Barbados, by 110 runs (Duckworth/Lewis Method) over the United States of America, while Trinidad and Tobago trounced the Leeward Islands by 9 wickets as the tournament entered the second round.

Round 2 Summarized scores: Regional Limited Overs Competition

GEORGETOWN, Guyana -- Results from the Friday matches in the second round of the West Indies Cricket Board’s One-Day Tournament being played in Guyana:

At Enmore:

Combined Campuses and Colleges 224-6 off 50 overs (Romel Currency 70, Floyd Reifer 62, Simon Jackson 34; Liam Sebastien 3-53, Nelon Pascal 2-44) WINDWARD ISLANDS 154 all out off 46.2 overs (Devon Smith 42, Lyndon James 20; Kavesh Kantasingh 3-27, Anderson Sealy 3-30, Ramnarine Chattergoon 2-19)

Combined Campuses and Colleges won by 70 runs

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