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January 24, 2006
The Carib Beer Cricket series match between Windward and Leeward Islands has been abandoned due to rain without a ball being bowled at the Mindoo Phillip Park on Monday. The rain, which left the pitch and outfield under water, prevented play on all four scheduled days.
Both teams have collected four points as a result. In the next round of matches Leeward Islands host Barbados in St. Thomas, the US Virgin Islands; Trinidad & Tobago entertain the Windward Islands at Shaw Park in Tobago and Jamaica face Guyana at Chedwin Park, Jamaica.
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