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T&T bowlers keep Jamaica in check

Trinidad and Tobago squeezed Jamaica and limited them to 94-7 off 14 overs in the third-place play-off match in the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament. The match started at 5.30 pm and was reduced to 14 overs per side after a sharp shower just before the scheduled 4 pm start. The best batsman for Jamaica was wicket-keeper Carlton Baugh, who made 40 from 29 balls. Dave Mohammed had 2-12 with his left-arm spin and also excited the large crowd with a number of well-chereographed antics.

No play on Thursday in Caribbean T20 Group B

There was no play on Thursday in the final round of preliminary matches in Group B of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 tournament. Heavy rain all day forced the match officials and organizers to call off the 4 pm match between Barbados and Guyana and the 8 pm match between Windward Islands and Combined Campuses & Colleges slated for Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad.

Play abandoned in CT20 Match 9 -- Canada v Leeward Islands

Play in the West Indies Cricket Board Caribbean T20 Group A match between Leeward Islands and Canada was abandoned without a ball being bowled on Wednesday afternoon. Heavy rain shortly before the scheduled 4 pm start forced the match officials to call off the match.Each team got one point.

Rain delays start of Canada v Leewards CT20 match

Play in Match 9 of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament at Queen’s Park Oval on Wednesday afternoon between Leeward Islands and Canada has been delayed due to heavy rain. The Group A match was due to start at 4 pm but the pitch remained covered as the showers continued. If play gets started, the winner of the match will finish third in the group as both Canada and Leewards have already been eliminated following defeats against Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago.

TEAMS

WICB applauds Windwards for victory in TCL Group Challenge

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has congratulated the Windward Islands team for their triumph in the TCL Group Under-19 Challenge three-day tournament. The Windwards won their first title since 2000 when they defeated the Leeward Islands by seven wickets at Beausejour Cricket Stadium in St Lucia on Monday afternoon. They ended the tournament with 39 points – nine more than second-placed Trinidad and Tobago.

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