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Aguilleira wins it for Windies off last ball

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka,  CMC – Captain Merissa Aguilleira struck a boundary from the last delivery of the game as West Indies Women pulled off a dramatic two-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the opening Twenty20 International of the five-match series here yesterday.

Barnwell ready for Zimbabwe clash

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua,  CMC- The top  scorer in the recent Caribbean T20 tournament, Chris Barnwell, says he is anxious to show case his skills for West Indies against Zimbabwe in the two match T20 series this weekend.

Trinidad eyeing victory against Leewards

BASSETERRE, St Kitts, CMC – Trinidad and Tobago were eyeing victory against Leeward Islands after setting the hosts a challenging 335 to win their third round Regional Four-Day Championship encounter here  yesterday.

B/dos whips CCC inside three days

CAVE HILL, Barbados, CMC – Dominant Barbados crushed Combined Campuses and Colleges by an innings and 185 runs inside three days, to post their second straight win in the Regional Four-Day Championship here yesterday.

Edwards’ century gives Barbados a commanding lead

CAVE HILL, Barbados,  CMC-Captain Kirk Edwards reached his second century of the season to help lift Barbados to a commanding position against Combined Campuses and Colleges on the second day of their third round match in the Regional Four Day Championship yesterday.

Guyana facing long road back against Windwards

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent,  CMC – Guyana were facing a tall order to save their third round match in the Regional Four-Day Championship, after conceding first innings points to Windward Islands and then losing two quick second innings wickets late on the second day here yesterday.

Hot Curry throws up 54 in loss to Knicks

(Reuters) – Golden State guard Stephen Curry scored a NBA season-high 54 points but only earned praise and not a win as the New York Knicks prevailed 109-105 against the Warriors at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday.

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