CT20 full of action on first three days
North South, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 came to life on Wednesday night with two exciting finishes in Group A at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium.
Defending champions Guyana too four wickets in the last over to defeat Somerset Sabres by one run in the opening match of the day. In the night match, Combined Campuses & Colleges timed their run-chase to perfection to beat Jamaica by 7 wickets with an over to spare.
On Tuesday, Barbados batted sensibly after a horror start to beat the home side Leeward Islands by four wickets before a partisan crowd. In the day's opening contest, Canada recorded their first win in two years when they had a convincing 23-run win over English county t20 champs Hampshire.
The opening night on Monday attracted 4 700 fans, and they saw the Windward Islands get off to a brilliant start when they got over Combined Campuses & Colleges by 28 runs in a match which yielded over 350 runs in 40 overs. Later that night, Jamaica fought back with the ball after being limited to 115, to beat Guyana by 50 runs.
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