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Ja look to end season on a high

Published:Friday | March 20, 2015 | 12:00 AMJermaine Lannaman

Jamaica Franchise will look to end the four-day WICB Professional League on a high when they face dethroned champions Barbados Pride in return-leg action at Sabina Park, starting today.

The Jamaicans are currently fourth in the six-team tournament standings on 68 points heading into this weekend's final round of games.

Barbados, winners for the past two seasons, are on 108 points, 22 points behind champions-elect Guyana Jaguars, who will play away to the Windward Islands Volcanoes at Windsor Park in Dominica.

The Windwards,106, Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, 60, and the Leewards, 37, complete the standings.

"We haven't played to the best of our ability so far, so we are looking to finish the season on a high," said Jamaica vice-captain, John Campbell.

Jamaica, with a tally of five losses, three wins and a draw, have made two changes to their squad, which went down to the Leewards in their last match.

In comes uncapped off-spin all-rounder and recent West Indies Under-19 captain, Ramaal Lewis, and recalled opener Jon-Ross Campbell, while out goes leg-spinner Odean Brown, and opener Shacaya Thomas.