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Jamaica storm into final with big win in Regional Women’s Super50

first_img Scores CALIFORNIA, Trinidad (CMC): Jamaica qualified for tomorrow’s final against Barbados, after defeating Guyana by 86 runs in the fifth and final round of the Regional Women’s Super50 at Gilbert Park in California, Trinidad, here yesterday. The Jamaicans were led by a brilliant all-round performance from Stafanie Taylor. The West Indies opening batter slammed a top score of 63 in her team’s 210 for five. Taylor received solid support from Natasha McLean, who hammered 53, and Chinelle Henry, who hit an unbeaten 35. The versatile Taylor then returned to claim two for 21, as her team restricted the Guyanese to 114 for nine off 33.3 overs. JAMAICA 210 for five of 50 overs (Stafanie Taylor 63, Natasha McLean 53, Chinelle Henry 35 not out; Erva Giddings 2-57). GUYANA 114 for nine from 33.3 overs (Tremaine Smartt 33, Shemaine Campbell 27; Vanessa Watts 2-34, Stafanie Taylor 2-21, Roshana Outar 2-7). The result was perfect for Jamaica, as Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago played to a tie in their match at the National Cricket Centre in Couva, Trinidad. Barbados inched up to 18 points and topped the preliminaries, with Jamaica finishing second with 16 points, as Trinidad and Tobago slipped from second position as they finished on 14 points in third by virtue of the tied match against Barbados. Scores: BARBADOS 204 for six from 50 overs (Hayley Matthews 90, Deandra Dottin 58; Kirbyina Alexander 2-25); TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO 116 for seven from 20 overs (Stacy-Ann King 35, Britney Cooper 26;Deandra Dottin 2-25). Meanwhile, South Windwards defeated North Windwards by six wickets, in a match of academic interest. Victory lifted South Windwards to fourth position on 10 points, while Guyana remained on seven points to finish fifth, with North Windwards making up the rear on two points. Scores: NORTH WINDWARDS 174 for seven from 50 overs (Yasmine St Ange 52 not out; Cordel Jack 2-22). SOUTH WINDWARDS 122 for four from 27.1 overs (Stacy-Ann Adams 39 not out, Cordel Jack 23 not out; Swayline William 1-18, Nerissa Crafton 1-10, Yasmine St Ange 1-22).last_img read more


first_imgA former High Court judge is to review an investigation into the death and disappearance of two Irish soldiers in Lebanon in 1981.Defence Minister Simon Coveney has appointed Roderick Murphy to conduct the independent review into the death of Private Hugh Doherty, from Co Donegal and the disappearance of Private Kevin Joyce.The two men went missing on April 27th 1981 while serving as members of the Irish battalion with the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL). They were out on security duty on their own when they were shot and killed.Private Doherty’s body was discovered at the scene, but Private Joyce’s body was never found.Over the years, extensive diplomatic and military efforts to locate Private Joyce have found nothing.Seven months after the attack, in November 1981, the United Nations completed a board of inquiry into the incident. The Irish military authorities considered the UN report inadequate in certain respects.This review by Mr Murphy will include all relevant documents and interviews with people considered appropriate by him.He will then report back to Mr Coveney with his findings before the end of April next year. REVIEW ORDERED INTO CASE OF DONEGAL SOLDIER KILLED IN LEBANON was last modified: December 22nd, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more