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Regional four-day continues today

Published:Friday | January 15, 2010 | 8:37 AM

The second round of the West Indies Cricket Board four-day regional competition bowls off in St Kitts today with titleholders Jamaica facing Leeward Islands at Warner Park.



Jamaica will be looking to extend their winning start, while Leeward Islands will be hoping to open their account.



After the first round of matches, Jamaica and Combined Campuses and Colleges are joint leaders on 12 points, followed by Leeward Islands on 6 and Barbados on 3.



The Jamaicans opened their account following an easy victory over Windward Islands, while Combined Campuses and Colleges defeated Trinidad and Tobago.



Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago will clash in the first day-night game in a Regional First-Class Championship, when they meet at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, starting today.



Guyana had a bye for the first round, which was played in Jamaica.



In the day’s other match, Barbados and Combined Campuses and Colleges will face off at Grove Park.