Scorpions beat Jaguars by 46 runs (DLS)

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Jamaica Scorpions defeated Guyana Jaguars by 46 runs under the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method, in the day-night 20th match of the Regional Super50 at Coolidge Cricket Ground here Thursday.

Scores:

SCORPIONS 264 for nine off 50 overs (Andre McCarthy 105, Fabian Allen 47 not out, Rovman Powell 34, Chadwick Walton 33; Keemo Paul 3-46, Romario Shepherd 3-67)

JAGUARS 168 off 30.2 overs (Shimron Hetmyer 40; Nikita Miller 4-22, Odean Smith 2-18, Andre Russell 2-24)

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