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Bajan under-19 glory

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Barbados’ cricketers Barbados’ cricketers  are the kings of the WICB Regional Under-19  three-day competition.
The local boys were crowned champions after their top-of-the-table, fifth- round match against Guyana ended in a draw at the Desmond Haynes Oval,  Black Rock yesterday.
Barbados, who started  the match half-point ahead  of Guyana, finished the tournament with 45.5 points
 – 7.5 more than  their challengers.
It was the fifth time in six occasions that Barbados won the tournament on home soil following their successes  in 1984, 1988, 1999 and 2008.
Here, jubilant Barbados players and officials, with  the national flag, basking in the glory of winning the title.  (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)
are the kings of the WICB Regional Under-19  three-day competition.
The local boys were crowned champions after their top-of-the-table, fifth- round match against Guyana ended in a draw at the Desmond Haynes Oval,  Black Rock yesterday.
Barbados, who started  the match half-point ahead  of Guyana, finished the tournament with 45.5 points
 – 7.5 more than  their challengers.
It was the fifth time in six occasions that Barbados won the tournament on home soil following their successes  in 1984, 1988, 1999 and 2008.

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