Jamaica’s cricketers are now turning their attention to their Regional Four Day contest against Guyana which gets underway on Wednesday.
This following their thrilling last ball triumph over the Guyanese in their final preliminary round Super50 game last evening at the Guyana Cricket Stadium
The Tamar Lambert led squad will now be seeking to extend its winning streak to 14 games in the four day tournament ahead of the semi-finals.
They were returning to winning ways after suffering their first loss of the season to Trinidad and Tobago last Thursday at Sabina Park in the Regional Super 50.
In Sunday’s encounter, Guyana was restricted to190 for 9 from 50 overs as David Bernard took 2 for 22 and Nkrumah Bonner 2 for 23.
The Jamaicans facing defeat and needing three off the last ball, achieved victory at 194 for 8, with Nikita Miller hitting a six to end unbeaten on 20 and carry Jamaica to a 2 wicket win and into the semi-finals while the home team failed to make progress.
Meanwhile Trinidad and Tobago remained unbeaten in the competition with a 41 run win over Barbados at the Queens Park Oval and are also into the semis.
Captain Denesh Ramdin struck a century of 124 as Trinidad and Tobago secured a 41 run win over the Bajans.
The final four of the tournament will be played under the lights at the Kensington Oval in Barbados.
Trinidad & Tobago will face the Combined Campuses & Colleges on Thursday, April 18, while Jamaica meet the Windward Islands the following day.
The grand final will be played on Sunday, April 21.
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