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Cornwall, Hinds top WICB 50 Over batting & bowling charts

St John's, Antigua - Statistics show that, for the most part, the captains led from the front in the WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament.

Leeward Islands captain Wilden Cornwall topped the runs table while his opposing captain in the final - Barbados’ Ryan Hinds - topped the wickets tally.

Cornwall, the burly all rounder, registered 188 runs in five innings with an average of 37.6 while Barbados batsman Kirk Edwards totaled three runs less than Cornwall but averaged 46.25.

Ruthless Windwards dump Trinis out of WICB 50 Over

Kingston, Jamaica - Surprise package Windward Islands ruthlessly disposed of defending double champions Trinidad and Tobago and dumped them out of the WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament.

Windwards blew T&T for a paltry 133 then romped to 139 for 2 to register a thumping eight wicket win at Sabina Park on Heroes Day in Jamaica.

Chasing 134 to win Windward Islands were led by seasoned opener Devon Smith who made a composed unbeaten 51 from 88 balls with four boundaries.

Jamaica and Trinidad share points at Sabina

Kingston, Jamaica – Heavy rain in mid-afternoon forced the abandonment of the all-important clash between Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago at Sabina Park on Saturday. The two pre-tournament favourites were locked in a keen Group A battle when the heavens opened leaving the two sides with two points each.

This took Trinidad and Tobago to six points from two matches – following their win over CCC; while Jamaica are on two points from two matches – following their defeat against the Windward Islands.

Bajan top Leewards despite Cornwall six-hitting jamboree

Kingston, Jamaica - Leeward Islands captain Wilden Cornwall played one of the most amazing innings in regional limited-overs history but finished on the losing side against Barbados in their opening Group B WICB Regional 50 Over Tournament match on Friday.

Masterful Darren Bravo drives Trinis to thumping win

Kingston, Jamaica - A sizzling unbeaten century by Darren Bravo led defending champions Trinidad and Tobago to a thumping eight wicket win over Combined Campuses and Colleges in the opening round of the West Indies Cricket Board Regional 50 Over Tournament at the Kensington Park ground.

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