Barbados hold on, Jamaica win
 

Basseterre, St Kitts - The third and final day of the third round of matches in the Regional Under 19 tournament was completed today across three venues in St Kitts.

Here are the details:

AT EGSC MOLINEAUX - Jamaica v Leeward Islands

Jamaica made light work of the Leeward Islands to gain an outright victory over the hosts on Day 3. After enforcing the follow-on, having dismissed the Leeward Islands for 142 in their first innings, gaining a lead of 162 runs, the Jamaicans were also ruthless in the second innings.

The Leewards started Day 3 on 18/0, but within ten runs were reduced to 28/3. Fabian Allen rocked the Leewards top order. Fighting half centuries from Avier Christian (51) and Jeremiah Louis (53) limped the hosts to 185 all out.

Allen took 4-47 and Christopher Powell took 3-40 that never allowed the Leeward Islands batsmen to settle down. It meant that the Jamaicans were set a meager target of 24 runs to win, which openers Odaine Mc Catty and Leroy Lug knocked off in less than five overs.

Jamaica won convincingly by 10 wickets to virtually move out of sight at the top of the table.

Jamaica 1st Innings (304/9)

Leeward Islands 1st Innings (142)

Leeward Islands 2nd Innings

Ross Powell c Romario Morris b Christopher Powell 17

Keacy Carty c Nicholas Walters b Fabian Allen 36

Shaquille Martina lbw Fabian Allen 1

Saeed Williams run out Marquino Mindley 0

Avier Christian c & b Ramaal Lewis 51

Theron Bassue lbw Fabian Allen 1

Jeremiah Louis c Leroy Lug b Fabian Allen 53

Dymon Parris Not Out 6

Tristan Hanley c (sub Thavi Spencer) Ramaal Lewis 6

Shavon Moore lbw Christopher Powell 2

Mrinal Wadwha b Christopher Powell 0

Total: 185 All Out (110.5 Overs)

Extras: (4B, 6NB, 2WD) 12

Jamaica 2nd Innings Bowling: Marquino Mindley 6-2-10-0, Christopher Powell 12.5-4-40-3, Nicholas Walters 2-1-2-0, Fabian Allen 37-15-47-4, Ramaal Lewis 27-15-28-2, Leroy Lug 5-1-13-0, Roshane Manning 21-8-41-0

Jamaica 2nd Innings (Target; 24)

Odaine Mc Catty Not Out 10

Leroy Lug Not Out 10

Total: 24/0 (4.3 Overs)

Extras: (4LB) 4

Leeward Islands 2nd Innings: Jeremiah Louis 2.3-0-11-0, Tristan Hanley 2-0-9-0

Result: Jamaica won by 10 wickets

Toss: Leeward Islands won the toss and electd to field

Umpires: Carl Tuckett & Johnathan Blades

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AT CONAREE - Guyana v Windward Islands

Tagenarine Chanderpaul hit an unbeaten 66 on Day 3 but it was the Windward Islands batting that squandered a chance to come from behind to defeat Guyana. Guyana started Day 3 on 42/3, leading the Windwards by 165 runs.

In the search for quick runs, quick wickets also fell as the score got to 70/5. However, Chanderpaul's patient knock of 66 from 136 balls, which contained eight fours provided the stability that Guyana required. The only other real contribution was from Akashay Homraj (31), who happened to be the only other batsman in Guyana's second innings to get into double figures.

Larry Edward (5-37) led the Windwards' fightback, which left them needing 237 runs for victory. However, the batsmen did not have the fighting spirit as Edward, collapsing to 96 all out. So bad was the batting, Keone George top scored with 30 while the second highest score was from Taryck Gabriel who made 19.

Leading Guyana to victory were Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai (4-20) and Vishoa Narayan (3-9). Guyana won by 140 runs.

Guyana 1st Innings (334/9 Declared)

Windward Islands 1st Innings (235)

Guyana 2nd Innings

Tagenarine Chanderpaul Not Out 66

Shimron Hetmyer run out (Simon-Pope) 0

Brian Sattur c (sub Dorman Edwards) Sherman Lewis 0

Kamesh Yadram c Taryck Gabriel b Larry Edward 3

Shawn Pereira lbw Larry Edward 5

Ricardo Adams c  Taryck Gabriel b Larry Edward 9

Akashay Homraj c Roland Cato b Larry Edward 31

Romario Shepherd b Larry Edward 0

Steven Sankar c Keone George b Taryck Gabriel 0

Vishoal Narayan lbw Taryck Gabriel 0

Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai run out Denson Hoyte 7

Total: 137 All Out (51.4 Overs)

Extras: (7B, 6LB, 3WD) 16

Windward Islands 2nd Innings Bowling: Sherman Lewis 9-3-32-1, Darius Martin 7-1-11-0, Taryck Gabriel 14-6-44-2, Larry Edward 21.4-8-37-5

Windward Islands 2nd Innings (Target; 237)

Gidron Pope b Romario Shepherd 1

Keone George c Steven Sankar b Romario Shepherd 30

Tonius Simon c Steven Sankar b Ricardo Adams 5

Taryck Gabriel c (sub Denesh Mangal) Vishoal Narayan 19

Roland Cato c Brian Sattur b Vishoal Narayan 1

Gian Benjamin+ b Gudakesh Moti-Kanhai 7

Denson Hoyte b Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai 0

Ray Jordan c Akashay Homraj b Vishoal Narayan 0

Larry Edward c Steven Sankar b Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai 5

Sherman Lewis Not Out 10

Darius Martin lbw Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai 4

Total: 96 All Out (35.3 Overs)

Extras: 14

Guyana 2nd Innings Bowling: Romario Shepherd 10-3-27-2, Ricardo Adams 4-0-26-1, Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai 13.3-3-20-4, Vishoa Narayan 8-4-9-3

Result: Guyana won by 140 runs

Toss: Windward Islands won the toss and elected to field

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AT WARNER PARK - Barbados v T&T

Another decent performance from Jeremy Solozano was not enough for the national under-19 cricket team to earn an outright win, as Barbados escaped with a draw in their third round clash of the West Indies Cricket Board Regional tournament in St Kitts. 

Chasing 194 for the win, Barbados seemed to be playing for a draw at the tea break. Barbados were crawling along at 80/3 after 37 overs. Some quick wickets after tea gave T&T a glimmer of hope as Barbados were wobbling on 120/7 with seven overs remaining. 

However, an unbroken eight-wicket partnership between Jofra Archer (13) and Jerome Jones (7) ensured Barbados a draw, as they closed on 134/7. 

Earlier, T&T got a disastrous start to the day’s proceedings. After resuming on their overnight 123/2 in their second innings, T&T were reduced to 131/5 with Solozano and Camillo Carimbocas already back in the pavilion. 

Solozano and Carimbocas were on 52 not out and 40 not out respectively overnight, but Solozano was dismissed in the first over of the day for 56, while Carimbocas fell shortly after for 46. Solozano has been T&T’s top batsman in the tournament, scoring over 200 runs in the competition thus far. 

Chad Williams was the pick of the bowlers for Barbados, taking 4/27 as T&T crumbled for 184, with an overall lead of 193 runs. Courtesy The Trinidad Guardian

Trinidad & Tobago 1st Innings (158)

Barbados 1st Innings (149)

Trinidad & Tobago 2nd Innings

Jeremy Solonzano c & b Jofra Archer 56

Andy Gobin c Carlos Maynard b Shamar Springer 7

Brian Boodram c Jofra Archer b Neil Persaud 16

Camillo Carimbocas st Carlos Maynard b Chad Williams 43

Brian Christmas+ c Carlos Maynard b Jofra Archer 1

Vikash Mohan c Carlos Maynard b Jofra Archer 5

Tion Webster c Carlos Maynard b Chad Williams 14

Bryan Charles run out Aaron Jones 18

Justin Joseph Not Out 5

Jovan Ali c Dario Boyce b Chad Williams 0

Jesse Bootan st Carlos Maynard b Chad Williams 2

Total: 184 All Out (80.3 Overs)

Extras: (2B, 2LB, 8NB, 5WD) 17

Barbados 2nd Innings Bowling: Jerome Jones 3-1-17-0, Jofra Archer 18-7-30-3, Shamar Springer 10-3-14-1, Neil Persaud 21-4-57-1, Chad Williams 14.3-7-27-4, Aaron Jones 7-0-23-0, Jameel Stuart 7-4-12-0

Barbados 2nd Innings (Target; 194)

Dario Boyce lbw Justin Joseph 0

Lee Gaskin run out Bryan Charles 41

Johnathan Drakes run out Jeremy Solonzano 24

Aaron Jones lbw Bryan Charles 8

Jameel Stuart* lbw Jovan Ali 14

Carlos Maynard+ c Brian Christmas b Jovan Ali 13

Shamar Springer b Jovan Ali 4

Jofra Archer Not Out 13

Jerome Jones Not Out 7

Did not bat...

Chad Williams

Neil Persaud

Total: 134/7 (69 Overs)

Extras: (9B, 1LB) 10

Trinidad & Tobago 2nd Innings Bowling: Justin Joseph 8-2-16-1, Brian Boodram 4-2-9-0, Vikash Mohan 5-1-10-0, Jovan Ali 27-11-37-3, Bryan Charles 17-5-32-1, Jesse Bootan 8-0-20-0

Result: Match drawn (Trinidad & Tobago won 1st Innings points)

Toss: Trinidad & Tobago won the toss and elected to bat

Umpires: Venner & Phipps

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Points Standing Post Round III

Number Team Points
1 Jamaica 31.5
2 Barbados 22.9
3 T&T 22.1
4 Leewards 18.7
5 Guyana 12.5
6 Windwards 7.7
Date: 
Tue, 07/30/2013 - 08:08