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PREVIEW: Jamaica aim for 4th win

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua CMC – Jamaica are looking to continue their dominance, when they face Guyana in a top-of-the-table clash in the fourth round of the Regional 4-Day Tournament, starting on Friday.

At the same time, third-placed hosts Trinidad & Tobago are looking to do the same against Windward Islands in Port of Spain, and Barbados are looking to forge ahead at the expense of the Combined Campuses & Colleges in Bridgetown.

Smith - Windwards not worried about Narine

The Windward Islands will not be worried about the “mystery spin” of Trinidad and Tobago off-spinner Sunil Narine when the teams meet starting tomorrow in Round Four of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional Four Day Tournament.

Guyana win despite Walton's great ton

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, CMC – Half-centuries from Leon Johnson and Narsingh Deonarine trumped Chadwick Walton’s maiden first-class hundred, propelling Guyana to an historic four-wicket victory over Combined Campuses & Colleges in the Regional 4-Day Tournament on Sunday.

Johnson hit the top score of 54 and Deonarine made 50, as the Guyanese, in pursuit of 217 for victory, hit the jackpot about 20 minutes before the scheduled close on the final day of their third round match at Warner Park.

3rd Round - Team Lists & Officials

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Following are the team and officials rosters for the third round of matches in the Regional 4-Day Tournament, starting on Thursday. 

Sammy praises duo after win

ROSEAU - Windward Islands captain Darren Sammy has lauded the efforts of batsmen Johnson Charles and Devon Smith, after they engineered a comfortable five-wicket win over Guyana in the Regional Four-Day Championship last weekend. Charles hit 66 and Devon Smith weighed in with 43, featuring in a crucial 105-run stand for the second wicket as the Windwards, starting Monday’s final day on 12 without loss, easily

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