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Round 4 matches washed out

Heavy persistent overnight rain and early morning showers washed out play in all three Round 4 matches of the West Indies Cricket Board Under-19 One-Day championship today.

Playing conditions were so unfavourable at Weymouth, Pine Basin, and Desmond Haynes Oval that operations manager of the Barbados Cricket Association Rollins Howard announced the abandonment of play at the three grounds from very early in the morning.

Windward Islands, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, ICC Americas, Barbados and Leeward Islands were each awarded two points.

The next round of matches is this Saturday when Trinidad & Tobago take on Jamaica at the Brewery; Barbados battle against Guyana at Foursquare Oval; and ICC Americas play Windward Islands at Wildey.The Leeward Islands have drawn a bye.

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