Bonner struck seven fours and a six in his knock and was part of a 51-run opening stand with Kennar Lewis. Sussex did fight back with a couple of quick wickets but important contributions of 20 and 24 from Carlton Baugh and Andre Russell respectively, in the company of Bonner, shored up Jamaica.
Jamaica’s bowlers responded superbly in a collective bowling effort. Legspinner Odean Brown picked up three wickets, and Krishmar Santokie, Nikita Miller and Marlon Samuels grabbed two each. Wickets fell at a steady pace, only three Sussex batsmen, including the No.11, reached double-figures and Jamaica bowled out their opponents for 102 in 19.2 overs.
Netherlands were steamrolled by Barbados in Antigua, losing by 10 wickets after being bowled out for 73. Offspinner Ashely Nurse picked up three wickets and was supported by Tino Best, Carlos Brathwaite and Sulieman Benn, each of whom made breakthroughs and bowled economically. The top score in the Netherlands innings was 16, by Michael Swart. The Barbados openers just took 7.3 overs to finish the game off. Dwayne Smith smashed six fours and two sixes in his unbeaten 49 off 27 balls and captain Kirk Edwards chipped in with 22.