CRICKET: Jamaica beaten in Super50 semifinal by Guyana
Jamaica cricketers went down by six wickets to the Guyana Jaguars in their semifinal match in the Nagico Insurance Super50 competition in Trinidad and Tobago last night.
Sent in to bat by the Jaguars, Jamaica could only manage 188 for nine from 50 overs.
The Guyanese reached 189 for four in 48 overs.
Veteran West Indies batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul led the run chase for Guyana with an unbeaten 98.
He received good support from Royston Crandon, who made 45 not out.
When the Jamaicans batted, middle order batsman Horace Miller on 64, Nkrumah Bonner on 24 and John Campbell on 21, scored the most runs.
The Jamaicans got off to a poor start after losing four wickets with just 54 runs on the board.
Veerasammy Permaul, three for 38, and Devendra Bishoo, three for 31, were main wicketakers for Guyana.
Trinidad and Tobago will face the Combined Colleges and Campus in today's second semifinal starting at 11:30 a.m.
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