Jaguars 287-6 in response to Scorpions' 216

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Jaguars 287-6 in response to Scorpions' 216

Friday, February 28, 2020

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TRELAWNY, Jamaica — Guyana Jaguars, guided by Vishaul Singh, on Friday built a 71-run first-innings lead against Jamaica Scorpions in the regional four-day match at Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium.

At the close of play on the second day, the Jaguars were 287-6 in reply to the Scorpions' 216.

Scores: Scorpions 216 (80.4 overs); Jaguars 287-6 (92 overs)

The Jaguars left-hand batsman.

Singh has led the way so far with 93 not out, approaching his ninth first-class hundred.

Opener Chandrapaul Hemraj struck 82.

Kevin Sinclair, unbeaten on 20, is the man set to continue with Singh this morning.

The Scorpions left-arm wrist spinner Dennis Bulli has taken three wickets so far.

The Jaguars had resumed from their overnight score of zero without loss in mostly overcast conditions.

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