Frustrated Red Force Suffer Another Washout At Conaree

Trinidad and Tobago'sMbeki Joseph hit 42 for the West Indies Academy against Leeward Islands Hurricanes on Friday at Warner Park, St Kitts. (Photo credit - Red Force Cricket)

Source: Loop Caribbean

No play was possible for a second straight day in the T&T Red Force match against Guyana Harpy Eagles at Conaree Sports Club, St Kitts.

Jason Mohammed scored 100 not out to lead T&T Red Force to 215 for 4 on the opening day of play.

However, not a ball has been bowled for the last two days of the match.

At Warner Park, play resumed after the loss of a full day’s play Thursday in the match between Leeward Islands Hurricanes and West Indies Academy.

West Indies Academy took a 40-run lead in the first innings despite being bowled out for 177.

Joshua Bishop top-scored with 48 while T&T’s Mbeki Joseph hit 42.

Jeremiah Louis took 5 for 29 for the Leewards.

Leeward Islands closed the third day on 124 for 4 with Mikyle Louis top-scoring with 55.

Johann Layne (2/26) and Nyeem Young (2/40) accounted for all four wickets to fall for the West Indies Academy.

The Leeward Islands are 84 runs ahead with six second-inning wickets standing going into the final day.

At Chedwin Park, Combined Campuses and Colleges are 63 runs ahead of Barbados Pride with eight second-innings wickets standing.

In reply to Barbados Pride’s 344 for 8, CCC totaled 185 in their first innings and 96 for 2 following on.

Jomel Warrican snared 4 for 29, while Chaim Holder got 3 for 71 as Barbados bowled out CCC for 185.

Jonathan Carter, campaigning for the CCC, got 59.

In the CCC’s second innings, Shamar Brooks compiled 44 not out to stabilize their innings at 96 for 2 and improve their chances of holding on for a draw.

Finally, Windward Islands completed a nine-wicket win over Jamaica Scorpions at Sabina Park.

After bowling out Jamaica for 159 and taking a 182-run lead on the first innings, Windward Islands bowled out Jamaica for 234 on Friday.

Darius Martin took 4 for 85, with Shamar Springer (2/30) and Kenneth Dember (2/54) sharing another four wickets.

Set 53 for victory, Windward Islands knocked off the runs for the loss of only Kimani Melius (4).

T&T’s Jeremy Solozano scored 29 not out and Johann Jeremiah 22 not out.

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