Regional Super50 cricket action

February 11, 2017
Wicketkeeper Shai Hope of the Barbados Pride watches as Devon Thomas of the Jamaica Scorpions plays a pull shot during the Group 'B' match between Barbados Pride and Jamaica Scorpions in the WICB Super50 tournament on Thursday at Kensington Oval
Jomel Warrican of Barbados Pride dives to take a catch to dismiss Andre McCarthy of the Jamaica Scorpions during the Regional Super50 match between the two teams on February 9. Looking on is wicketkeeper Shai Hope.
Stephen Taylor takes a catch during the eighth-round match between Guyana Jaguars and Jamaica Scorpions in Group B of the Regional Super50 Tournament on Tuesday at Kensington Oval.
Jerome Taylor celebrates the fall of Devendra Bishoo's wicket. Bishoo was run out during the eighth-round match between Guyana Jaguars and Jamaica Scorpions.
Devon Thomas, Chadwick Walton and Rovman Powell celebrate a wicket during the eighth-round match between Guyana Jaguars and Jamaica Scorpions in Group B of the Regional Super50 Tournament on February 7 at Kensington Oval.
John Campbell celebrates one of his four wickets during the eighth-round match between Guyana Jaguars and Jamaica Scorpions in Group B of the Regional Super50 Tournament at Kensington Oval.
Wicketkeeper Chadwick Walton stumps Steven Jacobs during the eighth-round match between Guyana Jaguars and Jamaica Scorpions in Group B of the Regional Super50 Tournament on Tuesday.
Barbados Cricket Association director of cricket Stephen Leslie (left) presents John Campbell with the Player-of-the-Match prize after the eighth-round match between Guyana Jaguars and Jamaica Scorpions in Group B of the Regional Super50 Tournament on Tuesday.
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The Jamaica Scorpions scored two important wins in Group B of the Regional Super50 cricket tournament this week to qualify for the semi-finals. On Tuesday they defeated Barbados Pride by 74 runs then two days later, on Thursday, they beat Guyana Jaguars by 20 runs in a day/night game. Both matches were played at Kensington Oval in Barbados.

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