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Brown gives Jamaica 300 lead

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Feb 17, CMC – Donovan Pagon’s fourth first class century and a five-wicket haul from leg-spinner Odean Brown did the job for Jamaica and left Leeward Islands needing a miracle to avoid defeat in their third round clash of the Regional Four-Day Championship on Friday.

The right-handed Pagon stroked a fine 155 to steer Jamaica to an imposing 404 for eight declared and Brown then snatched five wickets for just six runs in a lethal nine-over spell as the Leewards tumbled for a paltry 104 on the second day at Sabina Park.

Narine, Fidel share bowling honours

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Off-spinner Sunil Narine’s four-wicket haul restricted Barbados and gave Trinidad and Tobago the advantage on the second day of their Regional 4Day match on Friday.

The 26-year-old finished with four for 69, a spell that left Barbados on 254 for seven at the close, in reply to Trinidad and Tobago’s 338 all out at Kensington Oval.

Earlier, captain Denesh Ramdin got 88 and Rayad Emrit hit 62 as T&T, resuming the day on 293 for six, lost their last four wickets for the addition of just 45 runs.

Permaul tops Holder and Bonner

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, CMC – A penetrative spell from Veerasammy Permaul trumped half-centuries from Nkrumah Bonner and Jason Holder to give Guyana the edge over Combined Campuses & Colleges in the Regional 4 Day Tournament on Thursday.

Left-arm spinner Permaul, the Guyana captain, grabbed five wickets for 63 runs from 22.3 overs and Brandon Bess supported with three for 38 from nine overs, as CCC, choosing to bat, were dismissed for 194 in their first innings about 40 minutes after tea on the opening day of their third round match at Warner Park.

Ramdin 14 away from century

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Denesh Ramdin led consistent batting down the order, putting Trinidad & Tobago in early control against Barbados in the Regional 4-Day Tournament on Thursday.

The T&T captain was unbeaten on 80, Darren Bravo supported with 54 and Lendl Simmons made 52, leading T&T to 293 for six in their first innings at the close on the opening day of their third round match at Kensington Oval.

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