Jaguars face depleted Hurricanes today

As the Guyana Jaguars continue their hunt for their first title in the Cricket West Indies (CWI) Regional Super50 in 13 years, they face an unsettled Leewards Hurricanes side today.

In the earlier encounter in the competition, the Leewards seemed destined to win, due mainly to their big hitting all-rounder, Rakheem Cornwall who smashed 10 sixes on his way to 119. Cornwall and Terrence Ward added 136, but once they departed, the Hurricanes folded, as Keemo Paul bagged five scalps, and Guyana scrambled home by 19 runs.

Since that game, the Jaguars have suffered shock defeats at the hands of Jamaica and Kent, but bounced back to trounce the USA. Meanwhile, the wheels have come off the Hurricanes who were whipped by nine wickets by Kent,  succumbed by 59 runs to the USA, their first win in the tournament, and finally, they were brutalised by the Scorpions in a 148-run defeat…..

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