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Barbados Tridents suffer first defeat in Limacol CPL to Guyana Amazon Warriors

guyana-amazon-warriors-barbados-tridents-t20-cplCricket: With 3 wins and 2 losses, the Guyana Amazon Warriors are one step closer in seeing the semi-final position in the Limacol Premier League.

The warriors made a rebound from two back-to-back losses and handed the unbeaten  Kieron Pollard Tridents of Barbados, their first defeat in the tournament  by 27 runs on Sunday.

The Guyana team batted first and made 149 runs. Then bowled out the Tridents for 122 runs from the twenty overs.
The Amazon Warriors are in second position on six points, while the Tridents lead with eight points. The Warriors’ next game will be on Thursday against the Jamaica Tallawahs.

Squash: Defending Women’s Individual  Squash Champion Nicolette Fernandes is on course to retain her crown at the 2013  Digicel  Senior Caribbean Squash Championships. In her opening match Fernandes cruised into the quarter finals with an easy victory over Barbadian Amanda Haywood 11-3, 11-4, 11-5.

Meanwhile, Guyanese  Keisha Jeffrey made a welcome return to the courts with a victory over Barbadian Nadia Mc Carthy 11-4, 11-8, 11-5.

Team manager Alwin Calender said he is very confident of Guyana copping the regional title since the team is at full strength at home .

2013  Digicel  Senior Caribbean Squash Championships is contested by several other Caribbean countries including Jamaica, Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago who  happens to be holding the men title of the championship.

Tennis: At the end of two days of highly contested table tennis at the junior level, Guyana Trinidad and Tobago along with Barbados are on a three way tie.

Trinidad and Tobago captured three of the four team titles, leaving Guyana’s chances of  capturing the regional cadet overall  title is very slim. Guyana was only able to muster two wins in the individual competition so far.

 But with three more days left to wrap up the Caribbean cadet championships, President  of the Guyana Table Tennis Association  Godfrey Monroe hopes that team Guyana could do well in other divisions.

Meanwhile, Technical Director of Caribbean regional table tennis federation  Bobroope Narine said from the results he has  seen so far, indicate that the level of competition is high.

Narine explained also that the regional cadet table tennis championships is hoping to develop the sport at the youth level.

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