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Reggae Boys too good for Sussex

NORTH SOUND, Antigua – Jamaica followed up a steady half-century from Nkrumah Bonner with purposeful bowling to sweep to a 50-run victory over Sussex in the Caribbean Twenty20 tournament on Thursday.

Leg-spinner Odean Brown led the bowling with three wickets for 17 runs from four overs, as the Sharks failed to successfully chase 153 for victory in their rain-affected, top-of-the-table Group-B match at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground.

Part-time off-spinner Marlon Samuels supported with

Dutch bat in crucial match

Noth Sound, Antigua - The Netherlands won the toss at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Thursday's night match and decided to bowl first against Barbados. In contrast to Barbados, the Dutch are playing their second match of the 2012 Caribbean Twenty20, and they need a win to get their campaign back on course. Barbados, on the other hand, are hoping to kickstart their campaign with a solid performance and gain four points.

Free action for CT20 children

North Sound, Antigua – Close to 8,000 schoolchildren from across the island of Antigua have been given the golden opportunity to see all the matches in the ongoing Caribbean T20 tournament for free.

Jamaica bat in top table clash

North Sound, Antigua - In what could prove to be a match that decides who tops Group B and who is left in second place, Jamaica won the toss and decided to bat at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium against Sussex.

Both teams won their opening matches but visitors Sussex lead Group B by virture of a better net run rate.

Pollard - More to come

North Sound, Antigua – “There is more to come. 56 off 15 balls, not bad! The best is yet to come!”

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