Qiana Joseph of Saint Lucia blazing a trail with the bat in Girls 19 and Under T20 Championships

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COUVA, Trinidad — Qiana Joseph, with two scores of 60+ and 49, captained the Windward Islands to its fourth consecutive victory in the Cricket West Indies (CWI) and Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Cricket Association’s Girls 19 and Under T20 Championships.

Also undefeated is Trinidad and Tobago, who dispatched Canada and Jamaica on Day Two of the tournament.

Shania Abdool continues to impress with the bat while Djenaba Joseph completely dismantled Jamaica taking 5/6, while April Ramoutar had 4/6.

MORNING SESSION

NCC- TT won by 32 runs vs Canada

TT 138/5 (20)

Abdool 42 Gomez 34

Mirchandani 2/28

CAN 101/7 (20)

Khan 29 Vig 14

Alexander 17

Shania Abdool was Player of the Match

GILBERT PARK- Windward Islands won by 65 runs vs Guyana

WWI 165/1 (20)

Jephinia Joseph 64 Qiana Joseph 49

Ramnauth 1/25

GUY 100/7 (20)

Mangru 25 Gajnabi 21

Antoine 2/17

Jephinia Joseph was Player of the Match

Preysal- Barbados won by 10 wickets to a revised target of 94 vs Jamaica

JAM 100/8 (20)

Nicole Campbell 23 Deers 18

Howell 3/17, Alleyne 2/12, Holligan 2/13

BAR 94/0 (13.5)

Shai Carrington 29* Scantlebury 46*

Krisanne Howell was Player of the Match

AFTERNOON SESSION

NCC- Windward Islands won by 24 runs vs Canada

WWI 168/4 (20)

Qiana Joseph 67 Glasgow 32

Vig 1/14 Virk 1/18

CAN 144/0 (20)

Perera 62* Khokar 54*

Joseph 0/13

Qiana Joseph was Player of the Match

Gilbert Park- Guyana won by 79 runs vs Barbados

GUY 117/5 (20)

Mangru 54* Charles 12

Alleyne 1/12 Small 1/16

BAR 38 all out (11.2)

Holligan 7 Callendar 5

Munisar 3/11 Gajnabi 3/13

Mandy Mangru was Player of the Match

Preysal- TT won by 8 wickets vs Jamaica

JAM 30 all out (11.4)

Wilmott 9 Scott 5

Joseph 5/6 Ramoutar 4/6

TT 33/2 (3.4)

Abdool 9 Sawh 5

Djenaba Joseph was Player of the Match

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