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Published:Saturday | July 13, 2013 | 12:27 AM

Hosts Jamaica are leading defending champions Barbados by 60 runs going into today's second and final day of their first round Regional Under-15 tournament match.



The game is being played at the St Elizabeth Technical High School Ground.



Jamaica, trailing by eight runs, will resume today on 68 for two.



On yesterday’s opening day, Jamaica were restricted for 148 for six in their first innings and Barbados replied with 157 for eight off their allotted 40 overs.



In the first innings teams bat for two and a half hours during which a minimum of 37 overs must be bowled.



Over at Treasure Beach, Trinidad and Tobago scored 134 for five after bowling out the Windward Islands for 135 on the opening day.



And the other first round match ended on the first day with Guyana defeating the Leeward Islands by an innings and 32 runs at Alpart.



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