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Slow going by Jamaica vs Windwards

St George’s Grenada, CMC – Jamaica’s batsmen found the going tough on the opening day of their second round WICB Regional Four-day match against Windward Islands on Friday.

Sent in to bat, the Jamaicans reached 177-6 off 90 overs in at Queen’s Park Stadium. Marlon Samuels led the way for the visitors with a solid 40, skipper Tamar Lambert, supported with 35, Dave Bernard was not out on 28, and opener Simon Jackson made 28.

SCOREBOARDS: First day of Round 2 of WICB Regional Four-day Tournament

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Full scoreboards on the opening day of the second round match in the West Indies Cricket Board’s Regional Four-day first-class matches on Friday:

Fidel back, Best dropped

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – The return of Fidel Edwards has been overshadowed by the omission of fellow fast bowler Tino Best for disciplinary reasons ahead of Barbados’ second round match against England Lions in the WICB Regional first-championship, starting on Friday at Kensington Oval.

West Indies fast bowler Edwards has been named as the replacement for Best, as the only change to their 13-member squad for the match, ending a 15-month spell on the sidelines recovering from career-threatening back injury, which required surgery.

Baugh positive as Windies get set for World Cup

Colombo, Sri Lanka – West Indies wicket-keeper Carlton Baugh is enjoying his return to international cricket and is hoping to make the most of every opportunity he gets in Windies colours.

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Powell ton not enough to save woeful LI

BASSETERRE, St Kitts, CMC – Twenty-year-old opener Kieran Powell stroked his maiden first class century but it failed to prevent Leeward Islands from an innings defeat at the hand of England Lions here Sunday.

The flashy left-hander hit 131 as the Leewards, responding to the Lions’ massive 553 for six declared, were dismissed for 306 on the third day of their first round Regional First Class Championship clash at Warner Park.

Asked to follow on 247 runs behind, the Leewards collapsed to 127 all out, to lose by an innings and 20 runs.

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