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CWI 4 DAY TOURNAMENT: Barbados Pride in Charge

Cricket West Indies (CWI) has suspended its final two round of matches of the 4 Day championship due to confirmed cases of COVID -19 virus in the region. The matches were scheduled for Thursday 26th to Sunday 29th March and Thursday 2nd to Sunday 5th April 2020.

At present, the Barbados Pride with wins over Jamaica Jaguars, Leeward Hurricanes, Trinidad and Tobago Red Force and the Windward Islands Volcanoes is currently in first place ahead of the second-place team Trinidad and Tobago Red Force (94.6 pts) and defending champions Guyana Jaguars (91.8 pts), respectively.

Image: (L-R) Kraigg Brathwaite, Shane Dowrich (Barbados), Sunil Ambris (Windward Islands). PHOTOS: AFP/ Getty Images)
(L-R) Kraigg Brathwaite, Shane Dowrich (Barbados), Sunil Ambris (Windward Islands). PHOTOS: AFP/ Getty Images)

Sitting at No. 4 on the points table, Jamaica Scorpions with 91.8 points, followed by the Windward Islands Volcanoes on 78 points and Leeward Islands Hurricanes with 52.8 points after the eighth round of matches.

Results in all the matches played to date:

Round 1 – January 9th to 12th: Hurricanes lost to Jaguars by 10 wickets – Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua; Red Force drew with Scorpions – Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad; Volcanoes beat Pride by three wickets – Arnos Vale Cricket Ground, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

Round 2 – January 16th to 19th: Scorpions drew with Volcanoes – Sabina Park, Jamaica; Pride beat Jaguars by 7 wickets – Kensington Oval, Barbados; Red Force beat Hurricanes by an inning and 168 runs – Brian Lara Cricket Academy.

Image: (L-R) Jermaine Blackwood (Jamaica), Kyle Mayers (Barbados), Devon Smith (Windward Islands). (PHOTO: AFP)
(L-R) Jermaine Blackwood (Jamaica), Kyle Mayers (Barbados), Devon Smith (Windward Islands). (PHOTO: AFP)

Round 3 – January 23rd to 26th: Scorpions lost to Pride by 119 runs – Sabina Park; Jaguars beat Red Force by 219 runs – Guyana National Stadium, Guyana; Volcanoes lost to Hurricanes by an inning and 165 runs at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground, Saint Lucia.

Round 4 – February 6th to 9th: Jaguars lost to Scorpions by seven runs – Guyana National Stadium; Volcanoes drew with Red Force – Windsor Park, Dominica; February 7th to 10th Hurricanes lost to Pride by an inning and 81 runs – Warner Park, Saint Kitts.

Round 5 – February 13th to 16th: Scorpions beat Hurricanes by five wickets – Trelawny Multipurpose Complex, Jamaica; Pride beat Red Force by 299 runs – Kensington Oval; Volcanoes drew with Jaguars – Grenada National Stadium, Grenada.

Round 6 – February 27th to March 1st: Scorpions lost to Jaguars by seven wickets – Trelawny Multipurpose Complex; Pride beat Volcanoes by 127 runs – Kensington Oval; Hurricanes drew with Red Force – Warner Park.

Image: Derval Green (Jamaica), Kemar Roach (Barbados) and Alzarri Joseph (Leeward Islands).  Photo: Getty Images/ CWI Media)
Derval Green (Jamaica), Kemar Roach (Barbados) and Alzarri Joseph (Leeward Islands).
Photo: Getty Images/ CWI Media)

Round 7 – March 5th to 8th: Red Force beat Pride by 147 runs – Brian Lara Cricket Academy; Volcanoes beat Scorpions by 2 wickets – Grenada National Stadium; Jaguars drew with Hurricanes – Guyana National Stadium.

Round 8 – March 12th to 15th: Red Force beat Volcanoes by an inning and 84 runs – Brian Lara Cricket Academy; Jaguars lost to Pride by 235 runs – Guyana National Stadium and Scorpions beat Hurricanes by an inning and 118 runs – North Sound.

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