Singh, Johnson stroke half centuries

—But Jaguars trail by 155 at stumps on day two

Leon Johnson sweeps during his half century (Orlando Charles photo)

Guyana Jaguars closed day two trailing Jamaica Scorpions by 155 runs with five wickets intact in   their seventh round clash of the Cricket West Indies Regional Four-Day Championships at Providence yesterday.

Scorpions resumed on 320-8 and were all out some 30 minutes into the session for 358 in 97.2 overs.

At the close, the defending champions, who toiled for 83 overs, were 205-5 with Raymon Reifer and Christopher Barnwell at the crease on five and 22 respectively runs…..

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