Guyana Jaguars captain Leon Johnson said it is an extra special feeling to have received the Golden Arrow of Achievement at such a young age. He commended his family and several past West Indies greats for being instrumental to his success.

West Indies Championship title holders, the Guyana Jaguars just need 145 runs to claim their first win in their last three games this season after a poor second innings from the Jamaica Scorpions at the Providence Stadium left the door open for them. 

A 101-run fourth-wicket stand between Captain Leon Johnson and Vishual Singh have left the match between the Jamaica Scorpions and Guyana Jaguars interestingly poised at stumps on Day 2 of their West Indies Championship match at the Providence Stadium on Friday.

Leon Johnson led from the front with a composed, maiden List “A” hundred, but Guyana Jaguars required frantic, last-over heroics from Veerasammy Permaul to inch to a one-wicket victory over Jamaica Scorpions to qualify for the Grand Final of the 2018-19 Super50 Cup on Thursday.

Captain of the Guyana Jaguars Leon Johnson expects a tough match from the Jamaica Scorpions when the semi-finals of the Regional Super50 competition bowl off at the Kensington Oval in Barbados on Thursday.

Despite not winning the Regional Super50 title since the 2005-2006 season, captain of the Guyana Jaguars Leon Johnson believes his team has what it takes to go all the way this season.

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