Jaguars remain second; Pride extend lead
Guyana Jaguars have remained in second position after fifth round action in the West Indies Four-day championship, but Barbados Pride have extended their lead at the top.
A high-scoring draw against the Windward Islands Volcanoes meant the Jaguars did not make much progress on the table. They currently have 60.8 points, with Barbados Pride way in front on 84.2 points.
Pride solidified their status as points leaders, beating Trinidad and Tobago Red Force by 299 runs.
Jamaica Scorpions, with back-to-back wins in the last two games, have risen to third, just behind Jaguars on 57.4 points. Volcanoes, on 50 points, are fourth, followed by T&T Red Force in fifth on 46.6 and Leeward Islands Hurricanes in the cellar position on 32.6.
The Championship is on a break this weekend and will return with sixth round action from February 27, with Scorpions hosting Jaguars, Barbados Pride having home advantage against Volcanoes and T&T Red Force travelling to face Hurricanes.