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Round Two: Leeward Islands v. Jamaica (TCL Group West Indies Under 19 Challenge)

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) – Kjel Tyson rekindled the hopes of Leeward Islands with his maiden West Indies Youth Championship hundred in their TCL Group Under-19 match against Jamaica on Thursday.

Tyson hit a boundary-studded 114, as Leeward Islands, trailing by 13 runs from the first innings, were dismissed for 243 in their second innings in the first hour after tea on the second day of their second round match at Lester Vaughan School.

Round Two: Barbados v. Trinidad & Tobago (TCL Group West Indies Under 19 Challenge)

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) – Hosts Barbados earned first innings points, although Trinidad & Tobago held a slender lead with seven second innings wicket standings in their TCL Group West Indies Under-19 match on Thursday.

Trinidad & Tobago, trailing by 86 runs from the first innings, reached 115 for three in their second innings when stumps were drawn on the second day of their second round match at Kensington Oval.

Jamaica v. Leeward Islands: TCL Group West Indies Under 19 Challenge

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) – Jermaine Blackwood spanked an unbeaten half century in a fine all-round display to give Jamaica a favourable position against the Leeward Islands on the opening day of their TCL Group West Indies Under-19 match on Wednesday.

Blackwood, a left-arm pacer, also snared three wickets as the Leeward Islands struggled to 205 all out after they were sent to bat at Lester Vaughn School ground.

Windward Islands v. Guyana: TCL Group West Indies Under 19 Challenge

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) – The Windward Islands enjoy a two-run first innings lead over defending champions Guyana at the end of the first day of their TCL Group West Indies Under-19 second-round match at Combermere School on Wednesday.

The Windward Islanders reached 120 for three by the close after 18-year-old Vincentian leg-spinner Kerron Cottoy and 17-year-old St Lucian off-spinner Dalton Polius had combined to wreck the Guyana innings for 118 on a good batting track.

Barbados v. Trinidad & Tobago: TCL Group West Indies Under 19 Challenge

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) – The Barbados youngsters, seeking their first TCL Group West Indies Under-19 title in five years, gave another inspired performance and closed in a position of strength against Trinidad and Tobago as their second-round match started Wednesday.

Leading the charge for the home team at Kensington Oval were impressive fast bowler Jason Holder who bagged four wickets for 19 runs, and talented opening batsman Rashidi Boucher who hit his second half-century in the tournament.

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