Guyana Jaguars eased to a 10-wicket win over Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, reaching the small target with little fuss on Monday morning in Port-of-Spain.
Leon Johnson’ side, requiring a mere 56 to win the contest outright, knocked off the runs quite easily, consuming just 12.4 overs on the final day of the seventh round game in the West Indies Cricket Board’s Professional Cricket League Four-day competition.
World Cup winning West Indies Under-19 captain Shimron Hetmyer led the chase with another confident innings of 44 not out, while Test opener Rajendra Chandrika was more circumspect, ending on 10 not out.
Scores in the match: Trinidad and Tobago Red Force 202 and 183; Guyana Jaguars 330 and 56-0. Points leaders Jaguars’ next game is against second place Barbados Pride, starting on March 23 in Bridgetown.