Thursday, April 18, 2024

Four in a row


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The Headley/Weekes Trophy is going back to the land where it came from – and Jamaica are celebrating a fourth successive regional first-class cricket title.
In grand style, they made light work of Combined Campuses and Colleges yesterday to complete an emphatic victory inside two days in a lopsided final at the 3Ws Oval.
Jamaica won the four-day match by eight wickets at 4:41 p.m. on Day 2 after first-time finalists CCC failed with the bat for the second time in the match.CCC, dismissed for 112 in the first innings on the opening day, managed 122 in their second turn at the crease, leaving Jamaica, who made 225 in their first innings, with a mere ten runs to seal their triumph.
Here, the Jamaicans proudly lift the Headley/Weekes Trophy. 


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