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LUNCH: Day 2, Rd 3 - WICB 4 Day

Following are the lunch time scores on Day 2 of Round 3 of the WICB Regional 4 Day Tournament:

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Barbados, replying to Jamaica’s first innings total of 324, reached 62 for two at the lunch interval on the second day of their third round on Saturday at Kensington Oval.

Scores: JAMAICA 324 (Danza Hyatt 94, Dave Bernard 84, Tamar Lambert 55, Chadwick Walton 34 not out, Simon Jackson 21; Jason Holder 21-3-58-5, Fidel Edwards 3-80)

BARBADOS 62 for two (Kyle Hope 38)

Corbin maiden ton leads CCC

NORTH SOUND, Antigua, CMC – Kyle Corbin came of age, when he collected his maiden first-class hundred for Combined Campuses & Colleges in the WICB Regional first-class championship against Leeward Islands on Friday.

CLOSE: Day 1, Rd 3 - WICB 4 Day

Following are the close of play scores on Day 1 of Round 3 of the WICB Regional 4 Day Tournament: KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent, Feb 18, CMC – Windward Islands, replying to Guyana’s first innings total of 142, reached 104 for three on the opening day of their third round match against Windward Islands on Friday at the Arnos Vale Multi-Purpose Complex. Scores: GUYANA 142 (Vishaul Singh 30, Royston Crandon 20, Derwin Christian 20; Nelon Pascal 5-52, Mervin Matthew 2-17) WINDWARD ISLANDS 104 for three (Andre Fletcher 43, Tyrone Theophile 35; Veerasammy Permaul 2-23)

LUNCH: Day 1, Rd 3 - WICB 4 Day

Following are the scores at lunch on Day 1 of the Third Round of the WICB Regional 4 Day Tournament:

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Feb 18, CMC – Jamaica, sent in to bat, reached 111 for two in their first innings at lunch on the opening day of their third round match against Barbados on Friday at Kensington Oval.

Scores: JAMAICA 110 for two (Danza Hyatt 71 not out; Jason Holder 2-17) vs BARBADOS

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Guyana v Leewards abandoned

Georgetown, Guyana - It was not an unfamilar story about cricket in Guyana. Torrential Amazonal rain completely marred the WICB 4 Day Second Round clash between Leeward Islands at Guyana at Bourda.

Not a ball was bowled over the course of the four days as steady showers saw the Bourda putfield fluctuate from being mostly flooded to a muddy slush field and not allowing for any form of competitive cricket.

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