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Marooners celebrating Super50 victory.

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Was it a case of the Guyana Jaguars players not turning up mentally for the game or that the Combined Colleges and Campuses Marooners bowled with excellent line and length exploiting the weakness of Guyana batsmen, to bundle them out cheaply?

The Kensington, Barbados, pitch was certainly not to blame for the Guyana side going down for a paltry 204 off 49.1 overs in the 2018 Super50 regional cricket final last Sunday because in reply CCC’s opener Kyle Corbin smashed 72 from 53 balls on the same batting strip leading his team to victory with six wickets to spare to claim the title of Caribbean One-Day kings for the first time.

Corbin, a former captain…

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