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HEADLINE: Undefeated Barbados, Trinidad set to play for title at Enmore

 
CaribbeanCricket.com 2019-03-25 06:21:12 

The defending champions Barbados will play Trinidad and Tobago in the clash of the tournament, slated to bowl off at Enmore on Monday, March 25. Both teams are undefeated, and the winner of this contest will take the Super50 title.
After the fourth round, Barbados lead the points table, winning all four of their matches and attaining 20 points, including four bonus points.
The Trinidadians, meanwhile, are equally up to the task, winning each of their four matches and attaining 19 points, inclusive of three bonus points.
Speaking to the media after their respective wins in the fourth round, Barbados captain Hayley Matthews and Trinidad and Tobago captain Merissa Aguilleira expressed how confident they are going into this all-important clash. Barbados defeated Guyana at the National Stadium at Providence, and Matthews has said that victory is a big confidence booster heading into the final game against Trinidad.
“We get the bonus points from each of our games, and it will help us to take the momentum into the other contest”, she explained.
The Barbados batting order was tested against Guyana after they lost three wickets for 28 runs. Reflecting on that, Mathews stated it was a blessing in disguise for the batting order to have the opportunity to be tested ahead of the final match.


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che 2019-03-25 11:05:45 

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Gwaan Bim!!!

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Baje 2019-03-25 21:51:40 

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I dont see any scores

 
openning 2019-03-25 22:17:32 

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All-rounder Deandra Dottin starred with both bat and ball as Barbados beat Trinidad & Tobago by 28 runs at Enmore in the fifth and final round of the Colonial Medical Insurance regional Women’s Super50 Cup to retain the title today.

Dottin slammed 73 off 43 balls with three fours and six sixes in a total of 242 for seven off 50 overs after Barbados were sent in.

Kycia Knight topscored with 77 off 88 deliveries including eight fours and twin sister Kyshona Knight made 56 with five boundaries.

The pair added 133 in 34.3 overs for the third wicket after openers, captain Hayley Matthews and Danielle Small were dismissed without a run scored.

Dottin easily dominated a fifth wicket partnership of 86 in 8.5 overs with Kyshina Knight.

Seamer Dottin then grabbed six for 43 off 8.5 overs as Trinidad & Tobago were bowled out for 214 in 47.5 overs.

Barbados won all of their matches.

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