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13th March 2024 Comments Off on Jamaica Remain Unbeaten Heading Into Final Round Of CG United Women’s Super50 Cup Views: 1692 News

Jamaica Remain Unbeaten Heading Into Final Round Of CG United Women’s Super50 Cup

Jamaica women remain unbeaten after four rounds of the CG United Women’s Super50 Cup after they defeated the Windward Islands by 3 wickets at the St. Paul’s Sporting Complex.

Scorecards here

Batting first, the Windward Islands were kept to 175/9 courtesy some spectacular bowling by Chinelle Henry who finished with figures of 6/31 in the match reduced to 45 overs due to a wet outfield. Experienced all-rounder Pearl Etienne top-scored with 58 followed by the inform Jannillea Glasgow with 38 and skipper Afy Fletcher with 31.

Jamaica had a nervy run-chase as they lost seven wickets in the process. But Rashada Williams played a patient 101-ball 72 and Natasha McLean with a run-a-ball half-century as Jamaica reached 176/7 in 36.1 overs.

Chinelle Henry

The Leeward Islands scored their highest total ever in the competition when they posted 255/5 from their 50 overs. Half-centuries from Shawnisha Hector 56, Amanda Edwards 55 not out and Divya Saxena 51 along with 46 from Jahzara Claxton took the home team to challenging total against defending champions Barbados. Barbados’ bowlers had a tough time in the heat as they toiled against the Leewards. NaiJanni Cumberbatch had the best bowling figures of 1/33.

Barbados

The experience of the Barbados batting lineup reared its head, as the three most senior batters got their team to the victory line. 42 from skipper Kycia Knight kicked things off, but it was 88 not out from twin sister Kyshona Knight who shared in a 152-run partnership with Aaliyah Alleyne that took the match away from the Leewards. Barbados got to the target in 46.2 overs to finish on 256/5. Shawnisha Hector finished with figures of 2/48.

Trinidad and Tobago Divas slump continue in this season’s competition, as they lost their fourth match in row to Guyana by 62 runs, to remain winless. The Divas bowlers did well to restrict Guyana to 156/8 from their 50 overs, Karishma Ramharack once again leading the bowling with figures of 3/26 followed by LeeAnn Kirby with 2/24. Guyana captain Shemaine Campbelle made 52 while Shabika Gajnabi added 33.

Ashmini Munisar

In their reply, the Divas were bowled out for 94 in 42 overs, Samara Ramnath top-scored with 20 followed by Shunelle Sawh with 18. Ashmini Munisar spn a web on the Divas, picking up her first fifer to finish with figures of 5/15. Nyia Latchman had 2/24.

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

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