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Sebastien's six puts slide on Bajans

Bridgetown, Barbados, CMC – Andre Fletcher continued his rich vein of form for Windward Islands, after career-best bowling from Liam Sebastien against Barbados in the WICB Regional first-class championship on Saturday.

Fletcher was unbeaten on 53 to lead Windwards to 116-2, replying to Barbados’ first innings total of 341 on the second day of their fifth round match at Kensington Oval.

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Classy Corbin cracks 74 for CC&C

Spanish Town, Jamaica, CMC – An attacking half-century by Kyle Corbin helped Combined Campuses and Colleges survive a slump and keep leaders Jamaica at bay.

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Peterson does it for SA in thriller

Nagpur, India – Tail-ender Robin Peterson broke Indian hearts by blasting 16 runs off the final over to hand South Africa a thrilling three-wicket win over the co-hosts in the World Cup on Saturday.

Chasing 297 and needing 13 off the last six balls, Peterson (18 not out) hoisted a six and hit two fours to edge the Proteas to victory with two balls left – silencing a passionate home crowd. The result took South Africa to third spot in Group B behind India and West Indies.

Bangladesh stun struggling England

Chittagong, Bangladesh – Two unheralded Bangladeshi tail-enders with ice in their veins played the innings of their lives to subject England to yet another giant-killing act on Friday.

Shafiul Islam (24) and Mahmudullah (21) defied the nerve-jangling pressure to forge an unbeaten 58-run ninth wicket stand to complete a two-wicket Group B victory that even their captain did not think they could pull off.

Smith steps up when it matters

Mohali, India – West Indies opener Devon Smith spoke about the joy he felt after making his maiden One-Day International century in the Windies victory over Ireland on Friday.

The confident left-hander made a determined 107 to surpass his previous career-best of 91 off 76 balls, made against South Africa in Johannesburg three years ago.

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