Barbados and Guyana remain unbeaten
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Trinidad and Tobago brushed aside host Grenada by 100 runs at Progress Park to register their first win of the Regional Women’s T20 tournament, while Guyana and Dominica remained unbeaten, and Jamaica won big over St Vincent and the Grenadines.
A 39-ball 38 from T&T top scorer Amanda Samaroo and a 35-ball 32 knock from Britney Cooper highlighted their team’s innings of 139 for eight in 20 overs.
Lena Peters, Afy Fletcher, and Carena Noel grabbed two wickets each for the Grenadians, who opened the tournament with victory over Dominica on Friday.
Kirbyina Alexander, Anisa Mohammed and Alisa Mohammed stifled the run chase and tore through the Grenada line-up as the host were bowled out for 39 in 12.3 overs.
Afy Fletcher with ten was the only batsman getting into double figures in the face of Alexander four for 18, Anisa Mohammed three for 18, and Alisa Mohammed 2 for 11.
Also at Progress Park, Stefanie Taylor blasted a hostile half century, as Jamaica humbled St.Vincent and the Grenadines by 90 runs by way of the Duckworth Lewis method.
Taylor hit three fours as she raced to an unbeaten 56 ball 61 that carried Jamaica to 139 for four in 20 overs as they rebounded from a first round defeat to Barbados.
Barbados and Guyana have recorded their second straight wins.
Guyana defeated Dominica by eight wickets at Tanteen, while Barbados beat St. Lucia by 54 runs via the Duckworth Lewis method in a rain-affected match at the same venue.