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Jamaica Remain Unbeaten As Guyana And Barbados Earn First Wins

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts- Stafanie Taylor once again led Jamaica to a comfortable 9-wicket win over the Leeward Islands at Conaree Cricket Centre.

Batting first the Leeward Islands fell short of a 100-run total, as they were bowled out for 98 in 35.1 overs. Vanessa Watts and Taylor with their offspin, combined for 6 wickets between them, Watts had figures of 3/15 while Taylor had 3/16. Reniece Boyce was the stop scorer for the Leewards with 37, followed by Shebani Bhaskar 14 and Shanwnisha Hector 14. Experienced batters Rashada Williams and Chedean Nation made quick work of the small target, to reach victory in 11.2 overs, to end of 99/1. Williams 29 and Nation 61 remained not out when victory was achieved.

Scorecard here

Guyana earned their first win of the tournament with a handsome 44-run win over the Windward Islands. Batting first a patient 61 off 102 deliveries from Shabika Gajnabi and 42 from skipper Shemiane Campbelle propelled Guyana to 207/8 from their 50 overs. Carena Noel once again starred for the Windwards with her spin, taking 3/47. Nerissa Crafton continued her run of form with the bat with a quickfire 47 off 54 deliveries, but it was not enough as she ran out of partners to take their team to victory, as the Windwards were bowled out for 163 in 40.2 overs. Plaffiana Millington, Ashmini Munisar and Nyia Latchman all had 2 wickets a piece, to finish with figures of 2/23, 2/31, 2/38 respectively.

Shabika Gajnabi

In the final match, Trinidad and Tobago Divas suffered their second defeat in as many matches, when they lost by 8 runs to archrivals Barbados. Batting first, Barbados 186 all out in 48.4 overs, thanks to a brilliant 93 from captain Kycia Knight. Knight’s innings of 134 deliveries which included seven fours and a six, looked set to take Barbados well past 200 but tactical bowling and a batting collapse prevented that. Karishma Ramharack once again led the Divas bowling figures with 4/20 followed by Samara Ramnath with 3/38. In their run-chase, the Divas had 33 from skipper Britney Cooper, 32 from Ramnath and 26 from LeeAnn Kirby, but the rest of the batters failed to fire, as they finished on 178/8 from 50 overs. Aaliyah Alleyne and Keila Elliott had figures of 2/33 from 10 0vers each.

Round 3 matches see Jamaica vs Trinidad and Tobago Divas at Conaree, Guyana vs Barbados at St. Paul’s and the Windward Islands vs Leeward Islands at Warner Park.

Fans can attend all the matches for free and all matches will be streamed live with commentary on the Windies Cricket YouTube channel, along with live scorecards and ball-by-ball scoring on the windiescricket.com match centre. The game played at Warner Park will be the featured match broadcasted on Flow RUSH.

CG United Super50 Cup – play starts at 10am

Round 1: Monday 4 March

Leeward Islands vs Guyana- Guyana won by 56 runs

Barbados vs Jamaica- Jamaica won by 200 runs

Trinidad & Tobago Divas vs Windward Islands- Windwards won by 2 wickets

Round 2: Wednesday 6 March

Leeward Islands vs Jamaica- Jamaica won by 9 wickets

Guyana vs Windward Islands- Guyana won by 44 runs

Trinidad & Tobago Divas vs Barbados- Barbados won by 8 runs

Round 3: Friday 8 March

Trinidad & Tobago Divas vs Jamaica 

Guyana vs Barbados 

Windward Islands vs Leeward Islands 

Round 4: Monday 11 March

Jamaica vs Windward Islands 

Guyana vs Trinidad & Tobago Divas 

Barbados vs Leeward Islands 

Round 5: Wednesday 13 March

Trinidad & Tobago Divas vs Leeward Islands

Jamaica vs Guyana

Barbados vs Windward Islands 

–CWI [https://www.windiescricket.com/news/]

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