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Five straight feels great, says Lambert

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jamaica recorded an amazing come-from-behind victory over Barbados on Tuesday to win the Final of the Regional 4 Day Tournament in style at Sabina Park.

After conceding first innings lead, the Jamaicans bounced back to set the visitors a victory target of 230 runs. The Bajans folded for a mere 90 runs and the Jamaicans won by 139 runs.

For winning the title, the Jamaicans took home the Headley/Weekes trophy, named in honour of West Indies legends, the late George Headley and the evergreen Sir Everton Weekes.

Thrilling final day in prospect

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jonathan Carter fell agonisingly short of a century on 99, as Barbados took a giant step towards the capture of the Regional 4 Day Tournament title on the third day of the Final against reigning four-time champions Jamaica on Sunday here.

Carter puts Bajans in sight of lead

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jonathan Carter was on the verge of a maiden first-class hundred and Barbados were in sight of a first innings lead before brought an early close to the Final of the Regional 4 Day Tournament on Saturday.

Jamaica, Barbados share 1st day honours

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Donovan Pagon and Brenton Parchment hammered half-centuries, but left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn’s five-wicket haul kept Barbados in the Final of the Regional 4 Day Tournament on Friday.

At the close of a competitive opening day at Sabina Park, the Jamaicans were fighting back on 266 for eight, after they lost four wickets for 32 runs, slumping to 186 for five at tea.

Jamaica chase history against Barbados

KINGSTON, Jamaica – For Jamaica and Barbados, the two most successful sides in the modern West Indies first-class championship (from 1966), the Final of this year’s Regional 4 Day Tournament, starting on Friday at Sabina Park, will have extra-special meaning.

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