Lugg stars, Jamaica, Bim, Windwards win

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, CMC – Their batting – led by Leroy Lugg – set things up and disciplined bowling ushered holders Jamaica to a 69-run victory over Trinidad & Tobago in the Regional Under-19 One-day competition on Saturday.

Lugg, the West Indies Under-19 opener, hit the top score of 68 and Smith supported with boundary-studded 44, as Jamaica were bowled out for 211 in 47.5 overs after they were sent in to bat in their fourth round match at the Demerara Cricket Club.

Smith followed up his cameo with another destructive spell of 3-29 from 8.1 overs and his captain and off-spinner Ramaal Lewis, the incumbent West Indies Under-19s captain, collected a stingy 2-8 from eight overs, as T&T were bowled out for 142 in 46.1 overs.

The victory was the third for Jamaica in four matches in the competition, following wins over Barbados and ICC Americas, with the other match abandoned without a ball bowled due to wet conditions caused by rain.

The Jamaicans moved provisionally into the lead on 21.3 points, 3.2 ahead of hosts Guyana – inactive on Saturday having drawn a bye and now have a match in hand.

Half-centuries from openers Nicholas Kirton and Leniko Boucher propelled Barbados to their second victory in the competition, when they beat Leeward Islands by eight wickets, and Windward Islands collected their first win following a notable all-round performance from Gidron Pope that led them to a four-wicket victory over ICC Americas.

The competition continues on Sunday, when the Jamaicans face the Guyanese in a top-of-the-table clash at Bourda Oval, Barbados meet ICC Americas at the Demerara Cricket Club, and Windwards play T&T at Enmore.

At DCC: Smith and Lewis worked their way through the bottom half of the T&T batting, after a 69-run, third-wicket stand between left-handed opener Amir Jangoo and the enterprising Camillo Carimbocas had the two-island republic’s side sitting pretty on 82 for two.

Carimbocas was run out for 32 and Jangoo fell for the same score in successive overs, leaving T&T 87 for four, and the Jamaicans never allowed them to script a comeback story.

No other batsman passed 20, as T&T lost their last six wickets for 41 in the space of 91 balls.

Lugg struck one four and six sixes from 81 balls and had propped up the top-half of the Jamaica batting before he became one of 4-32 in 10 overs for off-spinner Tevin Jadoo when he was caught at long-off in the 29th over.

Jamaica stumbled to 153 for seven and looked in danger of falling for below 200 before an entertaining rearguard from Smith that included three fours and four sixes from 23 balls before he was caught at deep cover off fast-medium bowler Anderson Phillip in the 47th over.

At Everest: Kirton gathered seven boundaries in the top score of 63 from 122 balls and Boucher smote four fours and one six in an unbeaten 58 from 120 balls, as Barbados had one of their best batting performances on the trip and successfully chased 152 for victory against the Leewards.

Kirton shared 130 for the first wicket with Boucher before he fell in the 38th over and the dreadlocksed Akil Greenidge, son of former Barbados and West Indies batsman Alvin Greenidge, went for a duck in the following over without addition to the total, leaving the Barbadians to get 22 from 71 balls.

Boucher kept his head and his captain Joshua Drakes has shown great temperament throughout the tournament and they guided Barbados over the finish line.

The Barbadian spinners had tied the Leewards batsmen down, after an opening stand of 43 between Ross Powell and Shaquille Martina.

Off-spinner Neil Persaud had the flattering figures of 3-11 from his allotted 10 overs and left-arm spinner Chad Williams grabbed 2-24 from his 10 overs.

Jaeel Clarke led the way for the Leewards with 31 not out after they were sent in to bat, his captain Jeremiah Louis made 26 and Martina got 21, but no other batsman reached 20.

At Wales: Pope hammered three fours and six sixes in the top score of 55 from 33 balls and Kershaskie Jno Lewis was not out on 30, as the Windwards successfully chased 131 for victory against ICC Americas.

Pope dominated a second wicket stand of 72 with Sherman Hooper before he was bowled essaying a sweep at a delivery from Farhan Malik in the 11th over.

Spinners Nikhil Dutta and Delray Rawlings then grabbed two wickets apiece to put the shivers down the spines of the Windwards, but Jno Lewis propped up the rest of the batting and saw them to the promised land.

Pope was the pick of the Windwards bowlers with 3-25 from 10 overs, fast bowler Ryan John took 3-24 from 4.4 overs and Deron Hypolite bagged 2-16 from six overs, as ICC Americas were bowled out 130 in 36.4 overs after being sent in to bat.

Trinidad & Tobago vs Jamaica

JAMAICA (50 overs maximum)

L. Lugg c Roopnarine b Jadoo 68

O. McCatty st Jangoo b Jadoo 18

M. Parchment c Solozano b Jadoo 1

S. Crooks lbw Roopnarine 19

+R. Morris b Jadoo 9

*R. Lewis b Joseph 7

N. Walters c Carimbocas b Seetal 24

O. Smith c Christmas b Phillip 44

R. Burnett not out 7

G. Henry c Solozano b Phillip 1

O. Thomas run out 0

Extras (w12, nb1) 13

TOTAL (all out, 47.5 overs) 211

Fall of wickets: 1-37, 2-41, 3-80, 4-118, 5-121, 6-151, 7-153, 8-208, 9-210

Bowling: #Phillip 6-1-30-2, Joseph 10-2-49-1, #Seetal 8.5-0-31-1, Roopnarine 7-0-43-1, Jadoo 10-2-32-4, Christmas 6-1-26-0

T&T UNDER-19s (target: 212 off 50 overs)

K. Kanhai run out 1

+A. Jangoo c Crooks b Burnett 32

*J. Solozano c wkpr Morris b Henry 2

C. Carimbocas run out 32

B. Christmas lbw b Lewis 16

J. Maniram b Smith 7

J. Joseph run out 9

A. Phillip c Thomas b Lewis 7

S. Roopnarine b Smith 9

A. Seetal not out

T. Jadoo b Smith 1

Extras (b5, lb5, w14, nb2) 26

TOTAL (all out, 46.1 overs) 142

Fall of wickets: 1-3, 2-13, 3-82, 4-87, 5-101, 6-120, 7-129, 8-141, 9-141

Bowling: #Henry 8-1-25-1, #Thomas 6-0-23-0, Lewis 8-4-8-2, Burnett 10-1-28-1, #Smith 8.1-1-29-3, Walters 6-1-19-0

Result: Jamaica Under-19 won by 69 runs

Points: Jamaica Under-19s 6.4, T&T Under-19s 0.3

Toss: T&T Under-19s

Umpires: C. Alfred, I. Moakan

Match referee: G. Culbard

Reserve umpire: D. Nagasar

Barbados vs Leeward Islands

LEEWARD ISLANDS UNDER-19s (50 overs maximum)

R. Powell c Shorey b Persaud 14

S. Martina lbw b Williams 21

K. Carty lbw b Persaud 14

A. Hodge b Williams 4

*J. Louis c and b Kirton 26

M. Hingorani b Persaud 7

K. Scott b Jones 4

+J. Clarke not out 31

C. Archibald c Kirton b Springer 16

A. Joseph c Drakes b Shorey 0

T. Bussue not out 0

Extras (b4, w10) 14

TOTAL (9 wkts, 50 overs) 151

Fall of wickets: 1-43, 2-48, 3-58, 4-64, 5-77, 6-84, 7-110, 8-146, 9-150

Bowling: #Shorey 9-0-32-1, Jones 10-0-37-1, #Springer 2-0-16-1, Williams 10-1-24-2, Persaud 10-3-11-3, Drakes 1-0-5-0, Kirton 8-1-22-1

BARBADOS UNDER-19s (target: 152 off 50 overs)

N. Kirton c Bussue b Louis 63

L. Boucher not out 58

A. Greenidge c wkpr Clarke b Joseph 0

*J. Drakes not out 9

Extras (b2, w20) 22

TOTAL (2 wkts, 43.3 overs) 152

J. Toppin, S. Springer, M. Jones, +A. Fergusson, C. Williams, T. Shorey, N. Persaud did not bat

Fall of wickets: 1-130, 2-130

Bowling: #Joseph 7-1-27-1, #Archibald 3-1-15-0, #Hodge 2-0-8-0, #Louis 9.3-1-36-1, Martina 7-1-21-0, Bussue 4-0-14-0, Hingorani 6-1-11-0, Scott 5-1-18-0

Result: Barbados Under-19s won by eight wickets (39 balls remaining)

Points: Barbados Under-19s 6.2, Leewards Under-19s 0.2

Toss: Barbados Under-19s

Umpires: S. Crawford, A. Sanowar

Match referee: R. King

Reserve umpire: E. Bowen

Windward Islands vs ICC Americas

ICC AMERICAS (50 overs maximum)

A. Buch lbw John 7

A. Joshi c wkpr Latchman b Pope 20

V. Altekar c and b McCoy 18

D. Rawlins c Cato b Hypolite 4

*N. Dutta b Pope 0

A. Kapoor c Hooper b Edward 19

O. Bascombe lbw Pope 7

+A. Parikh b Hypolite 12

F. Malik b John 13

K. Phil b John 7

M. Simons not out 1

Extras (b4, lb7, w11) 22

TOTAL (all out, 36.4 overs) 130

Fall of wickets: 1-18, 2-56, 3-61, 4-61, 5-69, 6-90, 7-94, 8-120, 9-125

Bowling: #Lewis 5-0-16-0, #John 4.4-0-24-3, Edward 7-0-22-1, #McCoy 4-0-16-1, Pope 10-3-25-3, Hypolite 6-1-16-2

WINDWARD ISLANDS (target: 131 off 50 overs) 

M. Gordon c wkpr Parikh b Simons 1

G. Pope b Malik 55

S. Hooper lbw b Rawlings 8

K. Jno-Lewis not out 30

*R. Cato c Malik b Dutta 0

+A. Latchman c and b Dutta 0

R. John c Phill b Rawlings 1

D. Edward not out 18

Extras (b4, lb1, w15) 20

TOTAL (6 wkts, 24.2 overs) 132

S. Lewis, D, Hypolite O. McCoy did not bat

Fall of wickets: 1-5, 2-73, 3-91, 4-92, 5-92, 6-93

Bowling: Malik 5.2-1-30-1, #Simons 2-0-14-1, Rawlings 7-1-41-2, Dutta 8-2-33-2, #Phill1-0-2-0, Joshi 1-0-8-0

Result: Windwards Under-19s won by four wickets

Points: Windwards Under-19s 6.4, ICC Americas Under-19s 0.1

Toss: Windwards Under-19s

Umpires: D. Butler, G. Sukhdeo

Match referee: C. Stuart

Reserve umpire: O. Samaroo

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