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In Pictures - Guernsey v Suriname

Cricket: Guernsey v Suriname

Guernsey beat Suriname by 263 runs in the ICC World Cricket League Division Seven on Saturday

Cricket: Guernsey v Suriname

The opening partnership of Lee Savident and Matt Oliver put on 106 before Savident was bowled and then Matt Oliver run out on 120-2

Cricket: Guernsey v Suriname

All-rounder Jeremy Frith scores one of his 11 fours with this lofted ball

Cricket: Guernsey v Suriname

Guernsey captain Stuart Le Prevost, batting at number four, steps up to hit the ball for four

Cricket: Guernsey v Suriname

Carlton Baker makes this great fingertip stop to deny Stuart Le Prevost a boundary

Cricket: Guernsey v Suriname

The flamboyant Carlton Baker bowling to Stuart Le Prevost in one of his eight overs

Cricket: Guernsey v Suriname

Le Prevost and Frith make the biggest partnership of the tournament with 182 runs

Cricket: Guernsey v Suriname

Suriname bowler Carlton Baker sets his field as he prepares to bowl to Frith

Cricket: Guernsey v Suriname

Frith reserve sweeps this ball to take Guernsey's total to 300 runs

Cricket: Guernsey v Suriname

With Frith caught by Carlton Baker off the bowling of Suriname captain Shazam Ramjohn Kris Moherndl heads into bat

Cricket: Guernsey v Suriname

Kris Moherndl faces only three balls but with a fielding error sending one ball past the boundary he scores 12

Cricket: Guernsey v Suriname

Mark Renouf bowls as Suriname chase Guernsey's total of 315-3 off 50 overs

Cricket: Guernsey v Suriname

Lee Savident, who suffered a hairline facture to a finger earlier in the week, bowling

Cricket: Guernsey v Suriname

Deoraj Shaktie Sewanan dives into safety to avoid being stumped

Cricket: Guernsey v Suriname

Mark Renouf cleanly takes the bails off Deoraj Shaktie Sewanan's stumps

Cricket: Guernsey v Suriname

Carlton Baker is bowled by Jeremy Frith as Suriname go all out for 52 in 21.1 overs



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