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American University to inaugurate cricket field in Antigua

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – American University of Antigua (AUA) will inaugurate its cricket field on campus grounds on Saturday, September 17 at 1 pm, with a Twenty20 cricket match against a Combined Schools team. The brain-child behind the cricket field, Vice President of Administrative Services and Community of the University Basil Stuart, said the call by Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer during his address to open the facility that he expects to see a cricket field on the campus drove home the point.

Awesome Anisa rises to No. 5

West Indies Women’s offspinner Anisa Mohammed rose five places to a career-best fifth in the latest ICC ODI Bowling Rankings after a strong showing in the team’s 3-1 series victory over Pakistan, which finished on Saturday. The Player-of-the-Series snared 14 victims in four matches at just 3.57 apiece, which earned her 37 rating points for a total of 606. She eclipsed her teammate Stafanie Taylor (603), who moved up two spots to sixth after taking five wickets at 9.60.
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Bajan Jordan strokes career best

LONDON, England, CMC – Barbadian all-rounder Chris Jordan stroked a career-best half-century to rally Surrey against Essex in their County Championship game at Chelmsford here Wednesday. The 22-year-old lashed a patient 71 as the visitors, sent in to bat after losing the toss, recovered from a dodgy position of 148 for six to reach 315 all out on the opening day of the Division One contest. At the close, Essex were six without loss in the two overs available.

Windies U19 face Sri Lanka in opener

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) - West Indies Under-19s will open their one-day quadrangular series against Sri Lanka when the tournament bowls off in India at month end. The series, which runs from September 27 to October 9, will also involve the hosts and Australia. All teams will play each other twice, with the two top teams meeting in the final on October 9 and the two bottom teams playing for the third spot.

Umpire abandons match over abuse

HAMILTON Bermuda, CMC – A Jamaica-born umpire abandoned a Premier Division match on Sunday after being verbally abused by players, the Royal Gazette newspaper said. 

Lester Harnett, a long-time Bermuda resident, pulled up stumps in the match between Devonshire and Willow Cuts at the Devonshire Recreation Club ground shortly after colleague Bobby Smith, who had been subjected to abuse from players and spectators alike, walked off the field.

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