The Caribbean Union of Teachers’ Les Harris Cricket Competition ended in St. Lucia yesterday with Jamaica defeating Trinidad and Tobago in the final of the April 4 to 7 Twenty20 competition to retain the trophy.
Yesterday saw the two semi-finals being played with Barbados taking on Jamaica in one semi-final and Trinidad and Tobago taking on Guyana in the other semi-final.
Jamaica defeated Barbados while the other semi-final was rained out. Trinidad and Tobago advanced on better net run rate.
Jamaica showed their superiority by dismissing Trinidad & Tobago in the final.
Bim lose out
Summary: Semifinal 1 Barbados versus Jamaica
Barbados 174 for 4 in 20 overs (Jason Parris 81, J. Leacock 26. K Hibbert 2/ 16) Jamaica 180 for 3 (Wayne Morgan 98, A. Thompson 53) Jamaica won by 7 wickets.
Semifinal 2 Trinidad and Tobago versus Guyana
Trinidad and Tobago 92 all out in 20 overs. Guyana 32 for 0 after 3 overs.
Game abandoned due to rain.
Final Jamaica versus T&T
Jamaica 205 for 6 in 15 overs. Trinidad & Tobago 131 for 7 in 15 overs. Jamaica won by 74 runs.†
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