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Much to prove

Barbados fast bowler Miguel Cummins (left) celebrating a wicket with fellow pacer Christopher Jordan (right) during Barbados’ victory over Guyana in the four-day match at Kensington Oval on Monday. (Picture courtesy WICB Media.)

By PHILIP HACKETT | Wed, February 20, 2013 - 12:09 AM

Barbados have promised that there will be no complacency in today’s Super50 fixture against Guyana at Kensington Oval, following a comfortable victory in a four-day match over the visitors on Monday.

Barbados defeated Guyana in the second round of the WICB regional first-class cricket competition by 93 runs and captain Kirk Edwards, who won the Man-Of-The-Match award after scoring is third century, is confident his side will not be releasing the pressure when plays get underway at 9:30 a.m.

“Complacency should never creep in,” Edwards told MIDWEEKSPORT. “Even when we had the guys to beat just now (Monday) I told the guys let we crush the ant with a sledge hammer,” Edwards said.

“It doesn’t make any sense just coursing along. Let’s do it and get better at winning. Winning is a habit just like doing nonsense, that’s a habit as well so that’s how we operate.

“We going out there and we are looking to play competitive cricket.”

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