Barbados and Guyana remain unbeaten
ST.GEORGE’S ,Grenada - Barbados and Guyana have recorded their second straight wins in round two of the West Indies women T20 tournament in here on Sunday.
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Guyana defeated Dominica by eight wickets at the Tanteen playing field while Barbados beat St. Lucia by 54 runs via the Duckworth Lewis method at the same venue.
Tremayne Smartt bagged impressive figures of three wickets for seven runs from her four overs to have the Dominicans reeling at 70 for 9 in heir 20 overs.
Joann Vansertima and Haseena Mohamed aided the demise with two wickets each.
Guyana, who beat Trinidad and Tobago in first round action on Friday, sailed to an easy win losing a couple wickets in the process.
Opener June Ogle scored a 23 ball 27 not out while Shemaine Campbell was bowled for 26 after picking up two boundaries as Guyana got to 71 runs.
Also, at Tanteen Deandra Dottin produced another aggressive innings to ensure Barbados remain unbeaten in the tournament.
Dottin found the boundary five times in an unbeaten knock of 47 while Pamela Levine scored 30 runs including four fours as they pushed Barbados to 124 for 4 in 20 overs.
St.Lucia’s main strike bowlers were Nicole St.Prix and Teadie Crowford with two wickets each.
St. Lucia were struggling on 43 for 7 after 15 overs when the rain stopped play.
Meantime, Trinidad and Tobago brushed aside host Grenada by 100 runs at Progress Park to register their first win in the tournament.
A 39 ball 38 from top scorer Amanda Samaroo and a 35 ball 32 from Britney Cooper highlighted T and T’s innings of 139 for eight in 20 overs.
Lena Peters, Afy Fletcher, and Carena Noel grabbed two wickets each for the Grenadians who opened the tournament with victory over Dominica on Friday.
Kirbyina Alexander, Anisa Mohammed and Alisa Mohammed stifled the run chase and tore through the Grenada line-up as the host were bowled out for 39 in 12.3 overs.
Afy Fletcher with ten was the only batsman getting into double figures in the face of Alexander four for 18, Anisa Mohammed three for 18, and Alisa Mohammed 2 for 11.
Also at Progress Park, Stefanie Taylor blasted a hostile half century as Jamaica humbled St.Vincent and the Grenadines by 90 runs by way of the Duckworth Lewis method.
Taylor hit three fours as she raced to an unbeaten 56 ball 61 that carried Jamaica to 139 for four in 20 overs as they rebounded from a first round defeat to Barbados.
Natasha McLean contributed a well played 40 while the leading Vincentian bowler was Stacy Ann Adams with 2 for 20.
The Vincentian batsmen struggled to survive the bowling of Karla Cohen who curbed the run rate and yielded figures of 4 for 10 in her four overs.
They were precariously placed at 39 for 9 in 17 overs when the rains came.
Here are the summarised scores:
AT PROGRESS PARK - Grenada v Trinidad & Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago Innings: 139/8 (20 Overs)
Amanda Samaroo 38, Britney Cooper 32, Kirbyina Alexander 15
Grenada Bowling: Lena Peters 4-0-21-2, Afy Fletcher 4-0-30-2, Carena Noel 4-0-24-2
Grenada Innings 39 All Out (12.3 Overs)
Afy Fletcher 10, Rachel Cyrus 7, Shanthan Charles 6
Trinidad & Tobago Bowling: Kirbyina Alexander 4-0-18-4, Anisa Mohammed 4-1-8-3, Alisa Mohammed 2.3-0-11-2
Trinidad & Tobago won by 100 runs (Toss: Grenada)
AT TANTEEN - Guyana v Dominica
Dominica Innings: 70/9 (20 Overs)
Pearl Etienne 16, Annica Andrew 13, Debra Frederick 8
Guyana Bowling: Tremayne Smartt 4-0-7-3, Joann Vansertima 4-0-23-2, Haseena Mohamed 4-2-7-2
Guyana Innings: 71/2 (7.4 Overs)
June Ogle 27, Shemaine Campbell 26
Dominica Bowling: Pearl Etienne 4-0-30-1, Anika Benjamin 2.4-0-22-1
Guyana won by 8 wickets (Toss: Dominica)
AT TANTEEN - St Lucia v Barbados
Barbados Innings: 124/4 (20 Overs)
Deandra Dottin 47, Pamela Lavine 30, Shaquana Quintyne 24
St Lucia Bowling: Nicole St Prix 4-1-18-2, Teadie Crowford 4-2-11-2
St Lucia Innings: 43/7 (15 Overs)
Nerissa Crafton 12, Yasmine St Ange 7, Roylin Cooper 5
Guyana Bowling: Shamilia Connell 2-0-3-1, Kyann Maynard 2-0-5-2
Guyana won by 54 runs (D/L) (Toss: St Lucia)
AT PROGRESS PARK - St Vincent & the Grenadines v Jamaica
Jamaica Innings: 139/4 (20 Overs)
Stafanie Taylor 61, Natasha Mc Lean 40, Shanel Daley 13
SVG Bowling: Stacy Ann Adams 2-0-20-2, Latoya Providence 4-0-26-1, Terisha Lavia 4-0-27-1
SVG Innings: 39/9 (17 Overs)
Terisha Lavia 14, Myschia George 5*, Vinisha King 4
Jamaica Bowling: Karla Cohen 4-0-10-4, Shanel Daley 4-2-3-1, Vanessa Watts 4-0-10-1
Jamaica won by 90 runs (D/L) (Toss: Jamaica)
Points Standing Post Round II: