Scorpions share three-way tie in WI Super 50

February 03, 2017
In this fiel photo Jamaica Scorpions players (from left) John Campbell, Reynard Leveridge and Chadwick Walton celebrate a wicket during a recent Regional Super50 tournament. The Scorpions defeated the ICC Americas by 67 runs

After two wins and two losses in the West Indies Cricket Board's Super 50 competition, the Jamaica Scorpions are in a three-way tie for second in Zone B with nine points from two wins and two losses.

The Jamaicans hauled themselves back in contention with a 67-run win over the ICC Americas in their latest game on Wednesday.

Zone hosts, Barbados, lead the standings with 19 points, having won all four of their matches.

The other teams in the zone, Guyana Jaguars, CCC Marooners, and ICC Marooners, also have nine points each.

Zone A, which is being staged in Antigua, is led by the Leeward Islands Hurricanes with 14 points.

The Trinidad and Tobago Red Force and Kent Spitfires are in second and third in the group, respectively, with nine points from two wins and two losses each.

Windward Islands Volcanoes are next on four points, while the West Indies Under-19, with Jamaican player Sheldon Cottrell, bring up the rear, having not won a match to date.

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