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Pride and Joy


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BARBADOS PRIDE have been on the losing end to Guyana Jaguars on the last two occasions they met.

That trend could be about to change.

Barbados Pride took a handy first innings advantage, which they extended to move into a comfortable position after the second day of their seventh-round Professional Cricket League match at Kensington Oval yesterday.

Having made 273, Barbados Pride, riding on a five-wicket haul from off-spinner Roston Chase, dismissed their opponents for 190 and closed the day on 71 for one – an overall lead of 155. (BN)

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