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Nurse takes two wickets as Windwards wobble

The Windward Islands were pegged back and reached 67-4 off their first 10 overs in reply to Barbados' 159-6 in Match 8 of the West Indies Board's Caribbean CT20 Tournament at Kensington Oval on Sunday night. Off-spinner Ashley Nurse in just his second match at this level had a double strike – Liam Sebastien bowled and Andre Fletcher leg-before in quick time – to rattle the Windwards. They could have been in more trouble but Jason Hinds dropped a sitter from the dangerous Darren Sammy, when he had made just seven.

Barbados make slow going in first 10 overs

It has been slow going for Barbados as they struggled to 55-1 off the first 10 overs in Match 8 of the West Indies Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament at Kensington Oval on Sunday night. They will need to pick it up in the final 10 overs to post a challenging target. Opener Dale Richards batted well before he top-edged an attempted pull and was well caught on the third man boundary for 29 of 23 balls.

Caribbean T20 scoreboard: Guyana v Combined Campuses & Colleges

Full scoreboard from Match 7 of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament between Guyana and Combined Campuses & Colleges on Sunday afternoon at Kensington Oval, Barbados:
Result: Guyana won by four wickets
Points: Guyana 4, Combined Campuses & Colleges 0

Holder runs hot as Bajans thump 104 in final 10 overs

Alcindo Holder led a late-innings charge as Barbados rattled up 104 runs in the last 10 overs against the Windward Islands. This piloted the homeside to 159-6 off their 20 overs in Match 8 of the West Indies Board's Caribbean CT20 Tournament at Kensington Oval on Sunday night. The powerfully-built right-hander, who is in the squad specifically for his ability to hit out the ground, thumped 46 not out from just 23 balls to give the Bajans a challenging score.

Barbados bat first after Windwards win the toss

Windward Islands won the toss and decided to bowl first against Barbados in Match 8 of the West Indies Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament at Kensington Oval on Sunday night. The Windwards brought in allrounder Craig Emmanuel to replace Donwell Hector from the team which lost to Guyana in the opening match on Friday. The Bajans made two changes from the team which won the cliffhanger against Combined Campuses & Colleges on Friday night. Jason Haynes and Javon Searles came in to replace Kirk Edwards, who is ill, and Kevin Stoute.

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