Jamaica made it four four-day Regional Championships in a row with a comfortable eight-wicket win over Combined Colleges & Campuses inside two days at the Three Ws Oval in Bridgetown.
Having taken a 113-run first-innings lead, Jamaica’s spinners, Nikita Miller and Odean Brown, triggered a spectacular collapse after CCC had reached 56 for no loss. Miller began the slide by bowling Romel Currency for 23, after which CCC proceeded to lose their next nine wickets for 63 runs in less than two sessions.
Miller ended up with 4 for 33, the day’s best figures, while Brown took 4 for 54 to go with 3 for 34 in the first innings, earning the Man-of-the-Match award. West Indies allrounder Andre Russell took the other two wickets.
Jamaica were bowled out for 225 with captain Tamar Lambert top scoring with 41.