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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.

Third-place match reduced to 14 overs per side

Play in the third-place play-off match in the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament between Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago got started at 5.30 pm. The match was reduced to 14 overs per side after rain had delayed the start at Queen’s Park Oval, on Saturday afternoon. After this match Barbados and Guyana will face each other in the grand final, slated for 8 pm.

Sharp shower delays start of T&T v Jamaica play-off

Rain has delayed the start of the third-place play-off match in the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament at Queen’s Park Oval, on Saturday afternoon. Jamaica captain Tamar Lambert won the toss and decided to bat first but a sharp, downpour came just before the scheduled 4 pm start. Jamaica have retained the same team which lost to Barbados in the semi-finals, while Trinidad and Tobago have brought in allrounder Imran Khan and pacer Kevon Cooper for Navin Stewart and William Perkins. Trinidad and Tobago lost their semi-final against Guyana on Friday.

Guyana reach CT20 final as they survive Dwayne Bravo's onslaught

Dwayne Bravo played the innings of a lifetime but he could not take Trinidad and Tobago to victory over Guyana in Semi-final 1 of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 on Friday evening at Queen’s Park Oval. The Guyanese held their nerve to withstand Bravo’s onslaught, with off-spinner Royston Crandon taking three wickets in a thrilling last over. The talismanic right-hander brought the home side from the brink of defeat to near victory in 20 minutes of exhilarating strokeplay.

Trinidad and Tobago under pressure, need 103 off 54 balls

Trinidad and Tobago are giving it their all as they try to get up to a  victory target of 176 in 19 overs against Guyana in Semi-final 1 of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 on Friday evening at Queen’s Park Oval. After 10 overs, they reached 73-2 and will need another 103 off the 54 balls left to win the match and qualify for Saturday night’s final.

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