Jaguars claw their way to a winning position

Christopher Barnwell appeals successfully for the wicket of Brandon King (Orlando Charles photo)

The Guyana Jaguars yesterday clawed their way back and into a winning position, going into today’s final day of their seventh round Cricket West Indies regional four-day clash against the Jamaica Scorpions at the Providence National Stadium.

At close of an absorbing day’s play the jaguars were left requiring just 145 more runs to win with 10 wickets in hand.

Jaguars resumed yesterday on 203-5 in pursuit of the Jamaica Scorpions first innings score of 358 all out and were dismissed for 321 in 113.2 overs, conceding a lead of 37 runs.

The visitors began their second innings 30 minutes before tea and were dismantled for 132 in 48.1 overs, leaving the Jaguars 170 runs to win the match outright…..

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