Carib Beer Cup 2004-05 January 30, 2005

Jamaica roll past Guyana

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Adam Sanford put Leeward Islands on the brink of victory in their match against Barbados © Getty Images

Jamaica 410 for 6 dec beat Guyana 191 and 153 (Fudadin 55, Washington 3-25, Bernard 3-27) by an innings and 67 runs
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Jamaica clinched their fourth straight win of the Carib Beer Cup, thrashing Guyana by an innings and 67 runs at the Sabina Park in Kingston. Resuming from 77 for 5, Guyana were bowled out for 152, with only Assad Fudadin (55) providing any resistance. Dwight Washington and David Bernard were the most successful bowlers for Jamaica, taking three wickets each. Carlton Baugh, who hit an unbeaten 100 and took four catches, was declared Man of the Match. The win means that Jamaica now lead the table with 48 points.

Barbados 292 and 140 for 6 (Smith 63, Sanford 5-36) trail Leeward Islands 479 for 6 dec (Jacobs 101*, Williams 95, Morton 58) by 47 runs
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A superb spell of fast bowling by Adam Sanford took Leeward Islands to the brink of victory in the Carib Beer Cup match against Barbados at the Kensington Oval. Sanford grabbed 5 for 36 to take his match haul to 11 so far as Barbados, trailing by 187 in the first innings, slumped to 140 for 6 at close of play on the third day. Only Dwayne Smith (63) and Dale Richards (45) offered some resistance as Sanford swept the top order away. Earlier, Ridley Jacobs showed his prowess with the bat, scoring an unbeaten 101 as Leeward Islands declared their first innings on 479 for 6.