Women’s T20 Blaze: Millington bags 4-5 in seven-wicket win for Guyana

SUMMARY: Trinidad and Tobago Divas 66 all out from 18.3 overs (Shunelle Sawh 15, Steffie Soogrim 14, Samara Ramnath 12, Plaffianna Millington 4-5, Sheneta Grimmond 1-8) v Guyana 67-3 from 11 overs (Shabika Gajnabi 24*, Shemaine Campbelle 19, Realeanna Grimmond 13; Brianna Harricharan 1-6)


After an impressive outing in the Women’s Super50, Guyana started the T20 Blaze with a bang.

On Sunday, they cruised to a seven-wicket victory over Trinidad and Tobago Divas at Warner Park, St. Kitts.

Trinidad and Tobago struggled with the bat, managing only 66 runs before being bowled out in 18.3 overs. Plaffiana Millington was the star for Guyana, returning remarkable figures of 4-5 from 3.3 overs.

Shunelle Shaw was the top scorer for Trinidad and Tobago with 15 runs.

The Guyana Women displayed dominance in the chase, reaching the target, scoring 67-3 in just 11 overs.

Shabika Gjnabi led the charge with an unbeaten 24, supported by Shemaine Campbell, who contributed 19 runs.

FULL SCORECARD: https://matchcentre.windiescricket.com/match/e81cb485-37db-40e2-85da-6cf65a06704e/scorecard

In the other two matches at Warner Park, the Leeward Islands defeated Barbados by 12 runs, and Jamaica won by seven wickets against the Windward Islands.

Summarised scores of the other two matches:

Windward Islands 117-5 from 20 overs (Qiana Joseph 56, Jannelia Glasgow 37, Zaida James 14; Chedean Nation 3-19, Vanessa Watts 1-26) v Jamaica 118-3 from 16 overs (Rashada Williams 52, Natasha McLean 19, Stafanie Taylor 16*, Chinelle Henry 14*; James 2-16)

Leeward Islands 139-7 from 20 overs (Reniece Boyce 67, Shawnisha Hector 14; NaiJanni Cumberbatch 4-9, Shamilia Connell 1-17) v Barbados 125-7 from 20 overs (Kyshona Knight 50*, Kycia Knight 37, Aaliyah Alleyne 23; Rozel Liburd 2-18, Boyce 1-14)

Next match day – March 19

  • Windward Islands v Barbados – 10:00h
  • Leeward Islands v Trinidad and Tobago – 14:30h
  • Jamaica v Guyana – 19:00h
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