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An all-round team performance from Trinidad and Tobago defeated Guyana in the finals of the domestic Super 50 Cup in West Indies.
Chasing a mammoth target of 363 runs from 50 overs, Guyana were cut to size by Trinidad and Tobago pacers- Ravi Rampaul, Jayden Seales, and Aiden Phillip. Rampaul was the pick of the bowlers with four wickets from his 10 overs, while Seales and Phillip finished with three and two wickets respectively.
Raymon Reifer was the lone shining prospect from Guyana and was dismissed just three shies of a much-deserving hundred, as others failed miserably with the bat.
Batting first, Trinidad put up a valiant effort with the bat and posted a humongous 362 runs on the board. The Trinidad and Tobago had a superior batting line up on paper with the likes of Lendl Simmons, Darren Bravo, Kieron Pollard, Evin Lewis and Nicholas Pooran in the mix.
Simmons was the hero with the bat as he brought up a daddy hundred on the big final day of the tournament and with the support from almost every other batsmen took the game away from Guyana even before they walked out to bat in the second innings.