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Debutant Jordan, Lewis guide Patriots to 2nd win

Medi­um-pac­er Akeem Jor­dan made a dream de­but while open­er Evin Lewis struck his sec­ond half-cen­tu­ry of the Hero Caribbean Pre­mier League as the St Kitts Nevis Pa­tri­ots beat the St Lu­cia Zouks by six wick­ets at Warn­er Park, St Kitts, on Sun­day.

Jor­dan, a 24-year-old right-arm medi­um pac­er, bagged four wick­ets for 33 runs, the sec­ond-best ever haul by a debu­tant play­er in the CPL, as the Zouks were re­strict­ed to 139 for nine in their 20 overs.

Naps, St Benedict's apologise for uniform breach

Na­pari­ma and St Bene­dict's Col­leges could es­cape with a mere slap on the wrist, for their parts in breach­ing an agree­ment be­tween the Sec­ondary Schools Foot­ball League (SS­FL) and its spon­sors, par­tic­u­lar­ly its main spon­sor Dig­i­cel, for the 2019 sea­son.

How­ev­er, any school found guilty of breach­es of rules in the fu­ture will be im­me­di­ate­ly sus­pend­ed.

Footballers off for Martinique clash today

T&T’s se­nior men’s foot­ball team will ar­rive in Fort-de-France today ahead of Fri­day's CON­CA­CAF Na­tions League qual­i­fi­er against Mar­tinique.

Coach Den­nis Lawrence is ex­pect­ed to con­duct a fi­nal train­ing ses­sion at the match venue this evening be­fore go­ing af­ter a pos­i­tive start to their cam­paign, which will con­tin­ue on Mon­day with an en­counter against their coun­ter­parts (Mar­tinique) at the Hase­ly Craw­ford Sta­di­um, Mu­cu­rapo from 9 pm.

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