Guyana Chronicle – PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, (CMC) – With just two rounds of matches remaining in the Cricket West Indies Under-17 Championships, the Leeward Islands sit atop the standings following the completion of the third round of matches on Saturday.

Summary

  • PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, (CMC) – With just two rounds of matches remaining in the Cricket West Indies Under-17 Championships, the Leeward Islands sit atop the standings following the completion of the third round of matches on Saturday.
  • Guyana, which also has two wins, is close behind in second on 12.9 points after knocking over the defending champions Trinidad and Tobago by three wickets.
  • Barbados is a distant third with eight points, while Trinidad by virtue of having a better net run rate then the Windward Islands is fourth, with both teams sitting on 7.2 points.
  • In a low scoring affair, Guyana skittled out Trinidad and Tobago  for only 65 before limping to 66-7, to hand the two-time defending champions their first loss of the competition.
  • In the fourth round of matches slated to be played today, the Leeward Islands will take on Barbados, Guyana will face Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago will come up against the Windward Islands.


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