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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.
 

Trocard, LeBlanc steer St. Maarten past the BVI

PHILIPSBURG, St Maarten (CMC) - St Maarten avenged Saturday's three-day loss and beat British Virgin Islands (BVI) by four wickets with five balls to spare in a tense NAGICO Leeward Islands Cricket Association (LICA) limited overs match on Sunday.
 
BVI posted 230 for nine off 50 overs after they were sent to bat at the Caribe Lumber Ball Park, and Royston Trocard and Moreland LeBlanc cracked half centuries to guide the home side to victory at 231 for six off 49.1 overs.
 

St Maarten poised for first innings lead against Anguilla (LICA Tourney)

THE VALLEY, Anguilla - A fourth-wicket stand of 109 between former Windward Islands player John Eugene and Royston Trocard pushed visiting St. Maarten to within sight of first innings points against Anguilla in their Leeward Islands Cricket Association (LICA) three-day match on Thursday.
 
At stumps on the opening day at Webster Park, St Maarten had reached 196 for five in reply to Anguilla's 218 all out.
 

Willet spins Nevis to first innings lead (LICA Tourney)

CHARLESTOWN, Nevis – The young leg-spinner Akito Willett snared six wickets for Nevis to secure first innings points against British Virgin Islands (BVI) on the opening day of their Leeward Islands Cricket Association (LICA) three-day match on Thursday.
 
Sent to bat at Grove Park, BVI tumbled to 162 all out, and Nevis had reached 222 for seven in reply at stumps.
 

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