Who will win the Regional 4 Day Tournament
Trinidad & Tobago
Campbell, Miller bowl Jamaica into semis
Apr 16, 2014
Slow bowlers John Campbell and Nikita Miller shared seven wickets as they bowled Jamaica into the semi-finals of the Regional Four-Day Championship, with a 59-run victory over the Combined Campuses & Colleges (CCC) here yesterday. Part-time off-spinner Campbell ended with the flattering figures of four for 17 from eight overs and champion left-arm spinner Miller finished with three for 61 from 27.5 overs, as the CCC were dismissed for 177 in their second innings on the final day of the seventh round match. Miller formalised the result about 40 minutes after the start of play, when coincidentally he had opposing left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican caught behind for four, playing defensively forward. The result earned the Jamaicans 15 points, moving them to 59 and into fourth place at the completion of the preliminary phase of the tournament, and the CCC bagged three points to end on 49 and finish fifth. The visitors will remain in Bridgetown to face Kraigg Brathwaite's Barbados side in the semi-finals, which start on Saturday. The final positions will be confirmed at the conclusion of the last match in progress between Guyana and T&T at the Guyana National Stadium in Providence. Starting the day on 155 for five, CCC were setback in the third over of the morning, when the injured Paul Palmer, their last recognised batsman, was caught at slip off Campbell for a duck. Miller turned the screws next over, when he trapped Akeem Dewar lbw for one, playing defensively forward, and Campbell squeezed tighter, when captain Steven Jacobs was caught at deep mid-wicket for 21, going for glory. CCC were 163 for eight and it was all a matter of time, as Campbell had Kevin McClean caught at silly point for 10 from a delivery that leapt at the batsman before Miller wrote the final sentence. The victory also meant that the Jamaicans kept their enviable record of never losing to the CCC in this tournament intact.
Feb 16, 2014
Trinidad & Tobago 51 for 3 (Darren Bravo 23*, Taylor 3-11) beat Jamaica 49 (Emrit 4-19, Dwayne Bravo 3-10) by seven wickets ESPNcricinfo staff - February 13, 2014
Bonner ton secures Jamaica top spot
Feb 09, 2014
Jamaica 243 for 7 (Bonner 122*) beat Guyana 233 (Chanderpaul 65, Russell 3-51, Cottrell 3-62) by 10 runsScorecard
Feb 05, 2014
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad - Former West Indies pacer Jerome Taylor made an impressive return to regional first class cricket as Jamaica cruised to an easy six wicket win over Ireland in their NAGICO Super50 match at the Queen’s Park Oval here on Monday.
Jamaica Defeats Ireland by 6 Wkts
Feb 03, 2014
Port of Spain, Trinidad - Jerome Taylor made his much anticipated return to the Jamaica team in emphatic fashion as Ireland were skittled out for 161 runs.
Jamaica defeat Windwards by 14 runs
Jan 31, 2014
Port of Spain, Trinidad - Jamaica defeated the Windward Islands by 14 runs in a close encounter in the opening match of the NAGICO Super50 in Port of Spain.
Bennett hoping JA youngsters produce
Jan 30, 2014
KIngston, Jamaica - Jamaica's senior cricket coach, Junior Bennett, is optimistic about the team's chances despite not having a number of key players at his disposal heading into the WICB NAGICO Super50 Tournament in Trinidad and Tobago.
Hyatt may need surgery for broken nose
Jan 30, 2014
Kingston, Jamaica - Discarded national opener, Danza Hyatt, is awaiting doctor's instructions to find out whether or not he will require surgery on his broken nose.  
Chris Gayle a big loss, says Bennett
Jan 30, 2014
Kingston, Jamaica - Jamaica senior team cricket coach Junior Bennett says the absence of Christopher Gayle from the 14-member squad for the NAGICO Super50 regional competition is a big blow.
Bernard expects young bats to come big
Jan 29, 2014
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad – Captain David Bernard is expecting Jamaica to bring their ‘A’ game when they face the defending champions Windward Islands in the opening match of the NAGICO Super50 Tournament on Thursday.
ESPN Caribbean presents NAGICO Super50
Jan 28, 2014
Bridgetown, Barbados - ESPN Caribbean brings exclusive coverage of the Caribbean’s marquee 50-over competition featuring the region’s One-Day superstars commencing January 30.
Cotterrell to lift JA with experience
Jan 28, 2014
Kingston, Jamaica - Left-arm seamer Sheldon Cotterrell says he hopes to put into practice the lessons learnt while on tour with West Indies in India and New Zealand recently during the WICB NAGICO Insurance Super50 in Trinidad and Tobago.
No time to celebrate - Cricket Association’s new CEO
Jan 28, 2014
Kingston, Jamaica - Courtney Francis, the new chief executive officer of the Jamaica Cricket Association, says he is happy for the appointment, but he added that the challenges ahead leave him no time to celebrate.
Jan 27, 2014
Kingston, Jamaica - Big-hitting opener Kennar Lewis said he was overcome with joy on hearing the news that he had been chosen to replace the injured Chris Gayle in Jamaica's squad for the WICB/NAGICO Insurance Super50 tournament.
Tournament: WICB - Nagico Super50,
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