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Permaul strikes as Guyana fight back

Cave Hill, Barbados – Seamer Carlos Brathwaite and off-spinner Ryan Austin snapped up four-wicket hauls to snatch first innings points for Combined Campuses & Colleges over Guyana in their sixth round WICB First Class Championship match on Saturday.

Playing on the second day at 3Ws Oval, the six-foot-five-inch Brathwaite claimed 4-37 and Austin 4-76 to send Guyana crashing for 207 after they resumed their first innings on the second day of the match at 111. That gave CC&C a first innings lead of 44 after they made 251 on the first day.

Skipper Ganga leads T&T fightback

Kingston, Jamaica – Captain Daren Ganga fought hard for an unbeaten half-century to lead a strong Trinidad and Tobago response on the second day of their sixth round WICB First-Class Championship match against Jamaica on Saturday.

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Career-best 7-72 for Mathurin

Roseau, Dominica – Windward Islands left-arm spinner Gary Mathurin grabbed a career-best 7-72 but England Lions were poised to complete an emphatic victory on Saturday.

The 27-year-old from St Lucia bowled with great control and got the ball to turn in an outstanding spell. It surpassed his previous first-class best of 3-44 and brought the Windwards back into the match.

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Carter's 82 keeps Bajans afloat

North Sound, Antigua – Jonathan Carter’s 82 put Barbados within sight of first innings points for the first time this season but off-spinner Justin Athanaze kept the Leewards Islands in contention on the second day of their sixth round WICB First-Class match on Saturday.

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Pakistan end Australia's run

Colombo, Sri Lanka – Pakistan recorded an historic win over Australia on Saturday to bring the defending champs’ 34-match unbeaten run in the ICC Cricket World Cup to a halt.

The amazing unbeaten record dating back to 1999 was finally broken as the Pakistanis earned a hard-fought four-wicket win on an unpredictable surface at the refurbished R Premadasa Stadium in Khetterama.

Australia, who have won the last three World Cups during the run and were unbeaten in five matches in Group A in this tournament, were bowled out for 176.

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