Scorpions beat Hurricanes by 148 runs

ST JOHN’S, Antigua,  CMC – Jamaica Scorpions defeated Leeward Islands Hurricanes by 148 runs, in the day/night 28th match of the Regional Super50 at Coolidge Cricket Ground here yesterday.

Scores:

SCORPIONS 329 for seven off 50 overs (Chadwick Walton 169, Andre Russell 51 not out, Brandon King 38, Andre McCarthy 36; Terrance Warde 2-60)

HURRICANES 181 off 41.1 overs (Terrance Warde 43, Keacy Carty 33, Justin Athanaze 26; Odean Smith 3-15)

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