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March 1, 2010
Even as wicketkeeper Lyndon James' half-century guided bottom-placed Windward Islands to first-innings points against Guyana, there were no changes to the final standings. Starting the day on 371 for 7, still requiring 82 runs for first-innings honours, James carried the fight for his side after resuming on 18. He finished unbeaten on 70, and along with the tail carried Windwards to 462 all out in reply to Guyana's first-innings total of 452 at the National Cricket Stadium. When play was called off on the stroke of tea, Guyana were 83 for 1, with Gajanand Singh stroking an entertaining 53 not out off 63 balls, slamming 10 fours in just over half-an-hour. Both basement teams finished the tournament level on 22 points.
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