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April 18, 2013
Combined Campuses and Colleges 232 for 7 (Alleyne 99, Ottley 3-37) beat Trinidad & Tobago 92 (Williams 3-16) by 140 runs
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Combined Campuses and Colleges' bowlers ensured their team's place in the final of the Regional Super50, comfortably defending a modest to beat Trinidad & Tobago by 140 runs in a big upset in Bridgetown. CCC batted first, with the openers putting together 45 runs for the first wicket. After Chadwick Walton was dismissed, Anthony Alleyne took over the anchoring role, building a 37-run partnership for the third wicket with captain Kyle Corbin, before putting on an 83-run stand with Nekoli Parris. The T&T bowlers did a good job in restricting the scoring after a belligerent start from the openers. Alleyne ultimately fell in the 48th over, just one run short of a deserved century, after he was given leg before to Yannick Ottley. CCC posted 232 for 7 at the end of their fifty overs, with Ottley picking up best figures of 3 for 37.
T&T had a horror start in their reply, being reduced to 19 for 3 by Keswick Williams, before continually losing wickets at regular intervals. Only three batsman were able to get into double digits as the innings was controlled through effective bowling and fielding from CCC. There were a total of three run outs affected in the innings, with Williams picking up fine figures of 3 for 16, and was ably supported by Raymon Reifer (2 for 11) and Akeem Dewar (2 for 14). They were dismissed for 92 in the 32nd over, giving CCC a resounding 140-run victory, and propelling them into the final on Sunday, where they will play the winner between Jamaica and Windward Islands.
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