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Bucknor congratulates Doctrove on reaching special milestone

Steve Bucknor, the outstanding former international umpire, has congratulated Billy Doctrove on reaching 100 One-Day Internationals. Bucknor, who retired in 2009 after standing in 128 Test matches and 181 One-Day Internationals, said he was happy to see his friend and colleague reach such a treasured milestone.

Guyana go under by 15 runs

Guyana lost by 15 runs to South Australia in their Group B Airtel Champions League T20 match at the Wanderers in Johannesburg on Tuesday. Replying to 191-6, Guyana ended on 176-7 off their 20 overs. Captain Ramnaresh Sarwan topscored with 70 off 46 balls as he tried to take the fight to the Aussies. Richard Ramdeen made 35 in his first match, while Steven Jacobs chipped in with 32. It was Guyana’s fourth defeat in the tournament.

Full scoreboard and match report to follow

SCOREBOARD: Guyana v South Australia

Full scoreboard from the Airtel Champions League Group B match between Guyana and South Australia Redbacks at the Wanderers in Johannesburg on Tuesday:
Result: South Australia won by 15 runs
Points: South Australia 2, Guyana 0
Toss: Guyana

Guyana to chase 192 for victory

Johannesburg, South Africa: Guyana will need to make a huge total of 192 off 20 overs to beat South Australia Redbacks in their Airtel Champions League T20 match at the Wanderers in Johannesburg.

The Aussies made 191-6 off their 20 overs with the topscore of 55 coming from Callum Ferguson. Cameron Borgas also batted well to make 48. The best bowler for the Guyanese was seamer Paul Wintz, who grabbed 2-11 from four overs while leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo took 2-29 from his four overs.

Guyana looking to end CLT20 with a win

Johannesburg, South Africa: Guyana will be looking to end their campaign at the Airtel Champions League on a high when they play their last match against South Australia Redbacks at the Wanderers in Johannesburg, on Tuesday. First ball is 1.30 pm (7.30 am Eastern Caribbean Time/6.30 am Jamaica Time). The Guyanese have been outplayed in all three preliminary matches so far but will be looking for a change in fortune and take home a win.

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