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Regional Women’s T20 captains look forward to historic tournament

Postby WIndiesFans.com » Tue Aug 07, 2012 6:54 pm

Kingston, Jamaica — All eight teams are looking forward to the start of the historic, inaugural Regional Women’s Twenty20 Tournament, which opens on Wednesday here.

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Postby BallOil » Sat Aug 11, 2012 7:49 pm

Results from third round of Regional Women’s Twenty20 Tournament

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Summarised scores from the third round of matches in the Regional Women’s Twenty20 Tournament on Saturday here:

At Kensington Park: Grenada beat St. Lucia by three wickets

Scores:
ST. LUCIA 80 for seven off 20 overs (Yasmine St. Ange 14, Brendalin Alcide 13, Nerissa Crafton 12, Chemeka Abraham 10; Carena Noel 2-20)

GRENADA 81 for seven off 20 overs (Afy Fletcher 34 not out, Debbie Ann Lewis 14; Verena Felicien 2-10, Marlene Preville 2-14)

At Chedwin Park: Barbados beat T&T by five wickets

Scores:

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 119 for five off 20 overs (Amanda Samaroo 29, Britney Cooper 21, Deandra Dottin 19, Stacy Ann King 16, Merissa Aguilleira 11 not out)

BARBADOS 123 for five off 20 overs (Kycia Knight 42, Danielle Small 30, Pamela Lavine 16, Kyshonna Knight 13, Shaquana Quintyne 10 not out; Anisa Mohammed 2-21, Alexander 2-26)

At Kensington Park: St. Vincent & the Grenadines beat Dominica by 50 runs

Scores:

ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES 127 for five off 20 overs (Samantha Lynch 46, Clea Hoyte 28 not out, Crystal John 16, Cordel Jack 12; Shanita Graham 2-23)

DOMINICA 77 off 20 overs (Pearl Etienne 26, Junicar Valentine 10; Latoya Providence 2-11)

At Chedwin Park: Jamaica beat Guyana by 24 runs

Scores:

JAMAICA 109 for five off 20 overs (Stafanie Taylor 49, Jodian Morgan 33 retired hurt; Tremayne Smartt 3-21, Joann Vansertima 2-21)

GUYANA 85 for four off 20 overs (June Ogle 36 not out, Shemaine Campbell 26; Shanel Daley 2-16)
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