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Guyana 192, HPC bat v Bajans

Providence, Guyana, sent in by Windward Islands, were bowled out for 192 off 50 overs in the opening round of the Regional Super50 Tournament at the Guyana National Stadium here Wednesday.

Guyana 192 off 50 overs (Assad Fudadin 45, Chris Barnwell 38, Travis Dowlin 31; Nelon Pascal 4-38, Garey Mathurin 3-38).

Guyana XI: Assad Fudadin (Captain), Trevon Griffith, Leon Johnson, Travis Dowlin, Jonathan Foo, Steven Jacobs, Royston Crandon, Christopher Barnwell, Derwin Christian, Steven Latcha, Paul Wintz

Guyana & WIsld look to end drought

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, CMC – Without a title for several years, both Guyana and Windward Islands will hope to change that worrying trend when they face each other on the opening day of the Regional Super50 Series here Wednesday.

Charles hits 72 in Windwards warm-up win

Georgetown, Guyana, CMC – Johnson Charles is looking good ahead of the WICB Regional Super50 Series as he stroked an attractive 72 to lead Windward Islands to a comfortable six-wicket win over Leewards Islands in the first of two warm-up matches on Saturday.

The 22-year-old right-hander played several handsome shots as he smashed 11 fours and three sixes as Windwards reached 159 for four off 25.4 overs, overhauling the Leewards’ 157 all out off 34.4 overs at the Demerara Cricket Club.

Guyana v Windwards on Super50 Opening Day

Georgetown, Guyana– Host Guyana will open their Regional Super50 campaign against the vastly improved and always feisty Windward Islands on October 19th.

The other opening day match will be joint defending champions Barbados going up against the Barbadian based Sagicor High Performance Centre Team which beat the West Indies in Dubai today.

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Mathurin barely misses delivering on prediction

London, England – West Indies captain Darren Sammy revealed that rookie spinner Garey Mathurin told him he would take “four wickets for 10 runs” before England started their innings in Sunday’s second and final T20 International at the Kia Oval. Mathurin, a left-arm spinner debuting two days after celebrating his 28th birthday, almost fulfilled the promise and ended with the remarkable figures of three wickets for nine runs off four overs. All three victims were cleaned bowled. The Windies shot out England for 88 after making 113 for five, to win by 25 runs and level the two-match series.
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