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Nash stands out with classy 205 not out

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Brendan Nash sent a strong message to the West Indies selectors with a double hundred that put reigning champions Jamaica in a formidable position against Guyana in the Regional 4Day Tournament on Sunday night.

The Australia-born left-hander was undefeated on 205 to lead the Jamaicans to 454 for nine, replying to Guyana’s first innings total of 294 at the rescheduled close on the third day of their fourth round match at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground.

Bajan speedsters blow away CCC

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Kemar Roach and Tino Best again wrecked the Combined Campuses & Colleges’ batting, bowling Barbados to a sensational 189-run victory in the Regional 4-Day Tournament on Sunday night.

The fast bowling duo of Roach and Best shared seven wickets, as CCC, chasing 331 for victory, were bowled out for 141 in their second about an hour after the scheduled close on the third day of the fourth round match.

Birthday bash for Sir Viv's 60th

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC — Sir Vivian Richards said he was humbled by the decision to honour him with a week of activities leading up to his 60th birthday. The West Indies legend will celebrate his birthday on March 7 and officials have chosen to celebrate his life with a number of activities during the week.

Bajan keeper Smith suffers finger injury

Bridgetown, Barbados – In a cruel twist of fate and irony, Barbados wicket-keeper Jamal Smith is expected to miss the rest of the Regional 4 Day match against Combined Campuses & Colleges (CCC) at Kensington Oval with a suspected fracture to his left knuckle while batting on Friday night.

Ramdin lifts T&T spirits with 67

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Trinidad and Tobago captain Denesh Ramdin stroked an unbeaten half-century to prop up his side after Windward Islands make key strikes on the opening day of their fourth round encounter in the Regional 4 Day Championship on Friday.

The right-hander finished the day on 67 as Trinidad and Tobago, winning the toss and batting first, reached 226 for six at Queen’s Park Oval. Stylish left-hander Darren Bravo chipped in with 64 while Gibran Mohammed hit a chancy 28 and Imran Khan, 24.

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