T&T win, Guyana, Windwards draw

Sat, 08/03/2013
Basseterre, St Kitts – The third day of the fourth round of matches in the Regional Under 19 tournament was completed today across three venues in St Kitts.

Here are the details:

AT CONAREE – Guyana v Jamaica

Fabian Allen and Brandon King both hit scores in the 90s but couldn’t force a result for Jamaica on the third and final day against Guyana.

Having been in early trouble late on Day 2, Allen and King added 146 runs for the fourth wicket to deny Guyana any real chance of forcing an outright victory.

King made 91 as Jamaica went to Lunch, losing just the one wicket in the first session of play at 189/4. Allen was unbeaten on 77.

Both Allen and Ramaal Lewis kept building Jamaica’s total, taking the score past 200, mindful they had a first innings deficit of 53 runs. As King had fallen on 91, Allen would also suffer the same fate, falling on 94.

Jamaica went to Tea on 257/6, which an overall lead of 204 runs, but there was still no declaration. Shortly after Tea, the Jamaicans declared on 281/9, setting Guyana 228 to win.

Despite taking two quick wickets and having Guyana reeling at 7/2, both captains there wasn’t enough time for either side to force a result and shook hands on a draw. Guyana, who came away with first innings earned six points while Jamaica got four, cutting the lead at the top of the table.

Jamaica 1st Innings: 218 All Out (51.5 Overs)

Marquino Mindley 90 (70 Minutes, 58 Balls, 8 Fours, 7 Sixes), Leroy Lug 53 (135 Minutes, 83 Balls, 6 Fours, 1 Six), Thavi Spencer 24).

Guyana 1st Innings Bowling: Ricardo Adams 10-1-44-4, Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai 17-2-59-4.

Guyana 1st Innings: 271 All Out (8.2 Overs)

Kamesh Yadram 67, Shimron Hetmyer 55, Akashay Homraj 33.

Jamaica 1st Innings Bowling: Christopher Powell 6-45, Ramaal Lewis 2-71.

Jamaica 2nd Innings: 281/9 Declared (112 overs)

Fabian Allen 94 (248 Minutes, 237 Balls, 6 Fours,1 Six), Brandon King 91 (212 Minutes, 178 Balls, 13 Fours, 1Six), Ramaal Lewis 32.

Guyana 2nd Innings Bowling: Vishoal Narayan 20-5-40-3, Steven Sankar 19-2-57-3, Romario Shepherd 18-1-49-2.

Guyana 2nd Innings: 7/2 (5 Overs) Target; 228

Toss: Guyana won the toss and elected to field

Result: Guyana won 1st Innings Points in Draw
AT EGSC MOLINEAUX – Barbados v Windward Islands

The Windward Islands shut out the Barbadian tail on the morning of Day 3 to complete a first innings win, though their efforts for an outright victory fell well short.

Having bowled out the Windwards on Day 2 for 245, Barbados were in trouble in their bid to get first innings points. At stumps on Day 3, the Bajans were 155/7, still needing 90 runs to overhaul Windwards’ first innings score.

The last three batsmen didn’t put any resistance, adding just 14 runs on the morning of Day 3. Barbados were bowled out for 169,giving the Windwards a lead of 76 runs. Gidron Pope, who has been struggling with the bat this season, again failed falling for 4.

The Windwards were in early trouble at 5/1. Tonius Simon hit a quick 20 but it was Keone George and Taryck Gabriel that repaired the early damage.

Gabriel fell on the stroke of Lunch though as the Windwards went into the break on 47/3, leading by 123 runs. Persaud had taken two wickets for Barbados.

After the break, George continued on strongly, trying to build partnerships along the way. It was a tricky period for the Windwards, who led by 146 runs when Gian Benjamin fell for 7, but felt it was still too risky to declare.

George went on to hit 52 as the Windwards went to Tea at 135/8. By that time, Persaud had nabbed 5-45. The Windwards would declare some time after Tea on 181/9, setting Barbados 258 runs to win.

Larry Edward took two quick wickets but it was much too late in the day for the Windwards to force a win as the match ended on a draw with Barbados on 24/2.

Windward Islands 1st Innings: 245 All Out (98.3 Overs)

Tonius Simon 59 (207 Minutes, 169 Balls, 5 Fours) Gidron Pope 47, Roland Cato 35, Larry Edward 32*.

Barbados 1st Innings Bowling: Chad Williams 24-4-56-3, Jameel Stuart 12.3-3-29-2, Johnathan Drakes 9-1-33-2, Neil Persaud 26-14-47-2.

Barbados 1st Innings: 169 All Out (71 Overs)

Dario Boyce-Malcolm 61 (200 Minutes, 135 Balls, 7 Fours, 1 Six), Aaron Jones 50 (167 Minutes, 154 Balls, 4 Fours, 2 Sixes)

Windward Islands 1st Innings Bowling: Ray Jordan 16-6-37-4, Gidron Pope 6-3-26-3, Larry Edwards 22-9-23-2.

Windward Islands 2nd Innings: 181/9 Declared (59.5 Overs)

Keone George 52 (174 Minutes, 114 Balls, 6 Fours), Roland Cato 26, Tonius Simon 20.

Barbados 2nd Innings Bowling: Neil Persaud 26-6-66-5.

Barbados 2nd Innings: 24/2 (15 Overs) Target; 257

Windward Islands 2nd Innings Bowling: Larry Edwards 4-2-2-2.

Toss: Windward Islands won the toss and elected to bat

Result: Windward Islands won 1st Innings Points in Draw
AT WARNER PARK – Leeward Islands v T&T

Jovan Ali again starred with the ball as Trinidad and Tobago bowled out the Leeward Islands on the third and final day to force and outright victory.

The Leewards started Day 3 on 16/0 in their second innings, trailing T&T first innings score of 318 by 153 runs. Openers Ross Powell and Keacy Carty didn’t last the first half-hour as the Leewards slipped into early trouble at 22/2.

Things only got worse when Shaun Tuitt was caught at slip for six, leaving the Leewards 30/3. Christian and Williams tried to put partnership together taking the score past 50.

After putting on 44 runs together though, Williams was caught at long-on trying to clear Joseph. The Leewards would lose another quick wicket when Louis was caught at mid-wicket for duck, sending the Leewards into Lunch at 75/5.

Things didn’t fare much better after Lunch. Christian, who battled hard to 23, was out the fourth ball after the interval. Ali picked up his fourth wicket when Kavem Hodge was well caught behind.

Hanley (19) and Parris (17) both got starts but failed to carry on. Jesse Bootan would wrap up the game for T&T, taking the final wicket of Wadwha as the Leewards were bowled out for 130, handing T&T victory by an innings and 82 runs. Ali had figures of 17-9-19-5,while Bootan and Bryan Charles both had two wickets each.

Leeward Islands 1st Innings: 109 All Out (51.1 Overs)
Shawn Tuitt 43.

Trinidad & Tobago 1st Innings Bowling: Jovan Ali 17-8-20-4, Bryan Charles 10.1-4-16-3.

Trinidad & Tobago 1st Innings: 318/3 Declared (89 Overs)

Andy Gobin 105 (292 Minutes, 202 Balls, 14 Fours, 1 Six), Camillo Carambocas 70* (205 Minutes, 145 Balls, 2 Fours,1 Six), Brian Christmas 48*.

Leeward Islands 2nd Innings: 130 All Out (73.3 overs)

Saeed Williams 24, Avier Christian 23.

Trinidad & Tobago 2nd Innings Bowling: Jovan Ali 17-9-19-5, Bryan Charles 25-11-38-2, Jesse Bootan 15.3-1-40-2.

Toss: Leeward Islands won the toss and elected to field

Result: Trinidad & Tobago won by an innings and 79 runs
Points Standings Post Round IV

Team Points

Jamaica 35.3

T&T 33.3

Barbados 26.1

Guyana 18.7

Leewards 17.6

Windwards 14

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