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Bajan Jordan enjoys dream outing

CHELMSFORD, England, CMC – Barbadian all-rounder Chris Jordan is likely to remember Surrey’s victory over Essex for a long while.

On Saturday, the exciting prospect completed career-best figures of four for 57 to fire the visitors to a comfortable 109-run win and carry them closer to promotion to Division One of the County Championship.

Pakistan women rebound to take 3rd T20

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, CMC – West Indies Women were denied a third straight victory as they went down by five wickets in the third Twenty20 International against Pakistan Women at the National Stadium at Providence here Saturday.

Defending a moderate 115 to take a 3-0 lead in the four-match series, West Indies were undone by a superb 83-run fifth wicket stand between Bismah Maroof (43 not out) and Javeria Khan (37) and lost with 15 balls to spare.

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Lett & Hosein named in Windies U19 squad for India tour

St John’s, Antigua – Emmanuel Lett and Akeal Hosein have been named by the West Indies Cricket Board Selection Committee as part of a powerful 15 man West Indies Under 19 squad for the quadrangular in India. Test batsman Kraigg Brathwaite will lead the side which includes 12 of the 14 members who were on the last West Indies Under 19 tour to Florida. Full squad Kraigg Brathwaite – Barbados – Captain Anthony Alleyne – Barbados Sunil Ambris – St Vincent Ronsford Beaton – Guyana John Campbell - Jamaica Derone Davis – Trinidad and Tobago Justin Greaves – Barbados Kavem Hodge – Dominica
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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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