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Antigua reclaim NAGICO title from St. Kitts

PHILIPSBURG, St Maarten (CMC) – Antigua and Barbuda whipped champions St Kitts by seven wickets on Sunday to reclaim the NAGICO Leeward Islands Cricket Association (LICA) limited overs title.

After St Kitts posted a flimsy total of 123 all out in 43.2 overs, the Antiguans romped to victory at 127 for three off 28.1 overs, grabbing the EC$5,000.00 (US$1,898) first prize at the Carib Lumber Ball Park Ground.

Joseph smashes 82 in Stanford Superstars practice

COOLIDGE, ANTIGUA - With Stanford Superstars selectors Sir Everton Weekes, Courtney Walsh and Richie Richardson taking keen notes, Antiguan batsman Sylvester Joseph hit a commanding unbeaten 82 as he led Dwayne Bravo's XI to back-to-back wins over Daren Ganga's XI.

It was Ganga's XI fourth straight loss in the fifth practice match of the Stanford Superstars training camp.

Antigua & Barbuda maul St Kitts in one-dayer

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) – Antigua and Barbuda completed the double over St Kitts when they recorded a comprehensive 199-run win in the NAGICO Leeward Islands Cricket Association (LICA) limited overs match on Sunday.
 
Half-centuries by captain Wilden Cornwall and Mali Richards helped to pace the home side to 272 for eight off their 50 overs at the Police Recreation Ground.
 
Leg-spinner Anthony Martin and pacer Tarik Prince then shared seven wickets as defending champions St Kitts were bundled out for 73 in 18.3 overs.

Sweeney hundred helps Montserrat whip USVI

LITTLE BAY, Montserrat (CMC) - Zhuan Sweeney stroked a brisk hundred to highlight a 155-run victory for Montserrat over US Virgin Islands (USVI) in their NAGICO Leeward Islands Cricket Association (LICA) limited overs match on Sunday.
 
Sent in to bat at the Little Bay Field, the Montserrations piled up a formidable total of 328 for five off their 50 overs, and the visiting USVI slumped to a heavy defeat when they could only post 173 all out in 43.4 overs.
 

Anguilla avenge loss to Nevis

THE VALLEY, Anguilla (CMC) - Experienced Anguillian all-rounder Terrance Adams lashed a flurry of late-innings runs for Anguilla to beat Nevis by five wickets in their NAGICO Leeward Islands Cricket Association (LICA) limited overs match on Sunday.
 
Batting first at Webster Park, Nevis, who had won the LICA three-day match between the two teams on Saturday, scored 201 all out in 45.3 overs.
 

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