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July 29, 2010
Barbados v Guyana - Match abandoned
Trinidad has turned out to be a nightmare for the organisers with yet another match - the second - to be abandoned without a ball being bowled. The afternoons haven't been kind to the players and spectators with the weather dictating terms. After yesterday's game between Canada and Leeward Islands was washed out, today it was the turn of Barbados and Guyana to share points. Trinidad & Tobago will now play Guyana in the first semi-final while Barbados will take on Guyana in the other. now The rain still puts a question mark on the chances of playing the second game of the evening, the inconsequential one between Windward Islands and Combined Campuses and Colleges. However, yesterday's late-evening game between T&T and Jamaica went ahead despite the first game being washed out.
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