Antigua & Barbuda end LICB 50 Overs Tournament with victory –

Antigua & Barbuda ended the tournament with a dominant 136 run victory over Monserrat to finish the tournament in second place.

It was a rain affected day’s play which ended the match prematurely late on the last day of the tournament when the only fixture for the day was between Antigua and Montserrat at Little Bay.

Antigua & Barbuda with a hard-hitting innings which was interrupted when skipper Rahkeem Cornwall limped off the field with a leg injury to return at the fall of the ninth wicket and scoring 118 runs. Antigua & Barbuda amassed 245 runs from 47 overs, losing 9 wickets. 

Kahreem Cornwal about to hit another towering 6

Cornwall’s belligerent unbeaten knock came off of 80 deliveries and included 7 fours and 10 sixes. He was supported by small contributions from Jamaul Fernandez (26) and Orlando Peters (24).

Like the day before Montserrat fumbled badly after capturing the A & B first 3 wickets under 10 runs. After a partnership between Fernandez and Peters they captured 4 more wickets before A & B posted 100.

The slow left-arm bowler dapper Zawandi White captured 4 wickets for 38 runs for Montserrat while Damion Williams took 2 for 60 from 9 overs.

In reply, Montserrat limped to 97 for the loss of 7 wickets chasing a revised target of 233 runs, when the rains poured down and invoking the Duckworth/Lewis/Stern method strongly in favour of the overpowering Antigua position.

Deno Baker scored an unbeaten 26 runs to lead the batting while Jaison Petrs scored 24 runs. Bowling for Antigua, Kofi James ended with 2 wickets for 16 runs from 9 overs and Jamaul Fernandez took 2 for 20 from 8 overs.

Final standings

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Antigua & Barbuda ended the tournament with a dominant 136 run victory over Monserrat to finish the tournament in second place.

It was a rain affected day’s play which ended the match prematurely late on the last day of the tournament when the only fixture for the day was between Antigua and Montserrat at Little Bay.

Antigua & Barbuda with a hard-hitting innings which was interrupted when skipper Rahkeem Cornwall limped off the field with a leg injury to return at the fall of the ninth wicket and scoring 118 runs. Antigua & Barbuda amassed 245 runs from 47 overs, losing 9 wickets. 

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Kahreem Cornwal about to hit another towering 6

Cornwall’s belligerent unbeaten knock came off of 80 deliveries and included 7 fours and 10 sixes. He was supported by small contributions from Jamaul Fernandez (26) and Orlando Peters (24).

Like the day before Montserrat fumbled badly after capturing the A & B first 3 wickets under 10 runs. After a partnership between Fernandez and Peters they captured 4 more wickets before A & B posted 100.

The slow left-arm bowler dapper Zawandi White captured 4 wickets for 38 runs for Montserrat while Damion Williams took 2 for 60 from 9 overs.

In reply, Montserrat limped to 97 for the loss of 7 wickets chasing a revised target of 233 runs, when the rains poured down and invoking the Duckworth/Lewis/Stern method strongly in favour of the overpowering Antigua position.

Deno Baker scored an unbeaten 26 runs to lead the batting while Jaison Petrs scored 24 runs. Bowling for Antigua, Kofi James ended with 2 wickets for 16 runs from 9 overs and Jamaul Fernandez took 2 for 20 from 8 overs.

Final standings

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