Barbados Wins Colonial Medical Insurance Women’s Super50 Cup for Back To Back Titles

GEORGETOWN, Guyana- Deandra Dottin showed why she’s the world’s top all-rounder, leading her team with both bat and ball to a second consecutive Super50 Cup title, as Barbados defeated Trinidad and Tobago by 28 runs in a close encounter in Round 5 of the Colonial Medical Insurance Super50 Cup.

Dottin struck 73 runs and snapped up 6/43, after Kycia Knight led the Barbadian scoring with 77 and Kyshona Knight 56, after their team found themselves down 2 wickets with no runs on the scoreboard.

Jamaica had the shortest match of the day, when they bowled out the Leeward Islands for 91 in 35.4 overs at the National Stadium. Captain Stafanie Taylor wreaked havoc with the ball, taking 4/9. While Chedean Nation smashed 10-fours on her way to a half century to ensure their team an early victory.

Host, Guyana ended the tournament with a 57-run victory over the Windward Islands. Erva Giddings top-scored with 39, then Shineta Grimmond scalped 4/23 to give their team victory.

Summarized scores:
Enmore- Barbados won by 28 runs
BAR 242/7 (50)
Kycia Knight 77, Deandra Dottin 73, Kyshona Knight 56
Ramharack 4/37 Mohammed 2/45

TT 214 all out (47.5)
Boyce 39, King 39, Aguilleira 32
Dottin 6/43 Matthews 2/31
Deandra Dottin Player of the Match

National Stadium- Jamaica won by 8 wickets
LI 91 all out 935.4)
Willett 23, Richards 9
Taylor 4/9 Henry 3/19

JAM 96/2 (15.2)
Nation 53*, Taylor 24*
Edwards 2/32
Stafanie Taylor was Player of the Match

GCC- Guyana won by 57 runs
GUY 132 all out (33.2)
Giddings 39, Henry 16
Fletcher 3/19

WWI 75 all out (33.2)
Fletcher 26, Williams 9
Grimmond 4/23 Millington 3/12
Erva Giddings was Player of the Match

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