Jamaica’s cricketers will be seeking to remain on course to win an unprecedented sixth straight Regional Four Day title.
This when they meet Trinidad and Tobago in semi-final action at Sabina Park today.
The five-times defending champions enter the semi-finals with maximum 72 points , after winning every match in the preliminary stage, including a 93-run victory over the Trinidadians in the penultimate round.
Victory would see the Tamar Lambert led Jamaican team extend its win streak to a record 16 consecutive games.
Action in semi-final two which is being played at Windsor Park in Dominica will see newly crowned Regional Super50 champions Windward Islands facing Barbados.
The Windwards cemented their spot in the semi-finals after winning 5 of their 6 games to end the Preliminary Round in second spot on 60 points…..12 behind the undefeated Jamaica.
Barbados meanwhile finished third in the standings with 48 points after winning 4 and losing 2.
The contest between both teams in March saw the Windwards crushing the Bajans by 216 runs with Devon Smith hitting an unbeaten 150 and West Indies off-spinner Shane Shillingford finishing with a match haul of 12 wickets.
The final of the Regional 4-Day tournament takes place from May 9 to 12.
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