J/ca leading by one point

- Guyana one rung from bottom

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC-Jamaica are leading the field by a slender margin after the third round of matches in the Regional four-day West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) tournament.

The Jamaicans are heading the points table on 35, having scored outright victories in their two matches already played.

Tamar Lambert’s outfit is a single point clear of Trinidad and Tobago who have also registered outright victories in their two matches played thus far.

However Jamaica  have edged Trinidad and Tobago by picking up extra points- a total of 11 batting and bowling points so far as opposed  T and Ts 10.

Windward Islands are in third position on 29 points having played three matches, winning, drawing and losing and securing a total of 14 points for bowling and batting. Barbados are three points behind Windwards after three matches in which they lost, won and drew while collecting 12 bonus points for batting and fielding.

Leewards, Guyana and Combined Campuses and Colleges are at the bottom of the standings on  22, 13 and 10 points respectively. In the last round of matches, Trinidad and Tobago trounced Leewards by an innings and 107 runs, CCC earned a draw against Barbados and  Guyana and Windwards played to a draw.

The regional four-day tournament  enters round four on Friday with CCC play Guyana at the three Ws Oval, Jamaica meeting Windward islands at Sabina Park and Barbados taking on Trinidad and Tobago at Kensington Oval.

 



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