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Final round of WICB U-15 bowls off


Thursday, July 25, 2013    

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Trinidad & Tobago lead a trio of teams battling for the 2013 West Indies Cricket Board Under-15 two-day title when they face the out-of-contention hosts Jamaica at Manchester High playfield, starting today.

In another fifth and final-round encounter, defending champions Barbados, who are in third place, need to beat fourth-placed Guyana at the Manley Horne Park and hope that other results go their way.

At the Treasure Beach Sports Complex, eastern Caribbean rivals Windward and Leeward Islands will clash.

The Windward Islands, who lie second, could take the crown if Trinidad & Tobago falter against the Jamaicans.

The Leeward Islands are wallowing in last place and, pride aside, have nothing to play for.

After four rounds, Trinidad & Tobago sit atop the pile with 44.1 points, ahead of Windward Islands on 41.5, Barbados on 38.8, Guyana on 31.2, Jamaica on 18.1, and Leeward Islands at the base of the table on 1.9.

Play in all matches is scheduled to start at 9:30 am.



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