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HEADLINE: Regional Super 50 2018-10-10 03:57:58 

Jaguars vs Canada

Led by another fifty from Chris Barnwell (99), Guyana Jaguars romped to a second win from three matches when they beat Canada by seven wickets last night at the Brian Lara Academy in their Regional Super50 match which was reduced to 47-overs due to a 90-minute late start due to rain to move to 9 points.
Canada reached 202-9 when their 47 overs expired thanks to an elegant 88 decorated with seven fours and three sixes off 110 balls from 29-year-old Navneet Dhaliwal.
Dhaliwal shared in a 59-run sixth wicket stand with David Jacobs who made 44 from 66 balls with three boundaries before putting on 45 for the third wicket with Harsh Thaker (11) and 43 for the fourth wicket with Nitish Kumar (14).
Off-Spinner Ramaal Lewis (2-30), Clinton Pestano (2-30) and Raymon Reifer (2-33) bowled well for the Jaguars who reached 204-3 in reply with Barnwell leading the way with 99 from 77 balls with seven fours and four-sixes. He added 153 with Reifer who made 50 from 47 balls with three fours and a six.

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Windies B vs Volcanoes 

Rain forced a no-result in the Group A match of the Regional Super50 between Windies B and Windward Islands Volcanoes at Queen’s Park Oval here yesterday.
Scores: WINDIES B 220 off 48.4 overs (Keagan Simmons 57, Tevin Imlach 43, Kimani Melius 33, Kirstan Kallicharan 29; Alick Athanaze 3-49).
VOLCANOES 49 without loss off seven overs (Devon Smith 27 not out).

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Lamb 2018-10-10 06:53:29 

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That name Devon Smith again big grin

Larr Pullo 2018-10-10 07:09:36 

In reply to Lamb

Apart from one hang out yuh bat shot that he played and edged and was dropped off Beaton, he was looking real good. Hooking Beaton with authority when Beaton was really cranking it up.

Lamb 2018-10-10 07:59:23 

In reply to Larr Pullo

Your statement gives more teeth to the views expressed recently by this gentleman.

Devon Smith hammered 132 from just 109 balls which included 11 fours and 4 sixes.

Smith's century came at a time when Windies batsmen are struggling to buy a run in the 1St of two test series in India.

Following yesterday's knock, a renowned former windies great, put in his own words..

in the first place, Smith should not have been dropped.

If they are going based on performance, then they should drop the entire team because none are world beaters in the batting department. They are more hype than substance. Devon is still among the better openers. There are other experienced batsmen who should have been on this tour as well.

Dukes 2018-10-10 08:14:04 

In reply to Larr Pullo

This is 2018!!!

Why can't you let Sabina Park 2004 go!!!!
It took me 5 years,so why 14 years later you still holding on to it????

natty_forever 2018-10-10 09:48:35 

Regional Bully!