Former Windies vc Brendan Nash sent a strong message to selectors this week by hitting another double ton for Jamaica.
The CricX star finished undefeated on 205 to lead the Jamaicans to 454 for nine, replying to Guyana’s first innings total of 294.
This was the second first-class double hundred Nash has scored for Jamaica and helped his claim to regain the place in the West Indies side he lost almost one year ago.
Nash reached the landmark with the last of his 18 fours, also striking one six from 378 balls in close to 8 ¼ hours of batting.
He helped Jamaica to their fourth consecutive win, beating Guyana by eight wickets in Antigua.
Another player from the CricX stable featured in the match, with left-arm spinner Nikita Miller bowling with exceptional control only conceding 81 from 64 overs and picking up four wickets.
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