Windwards, Jamaica, Guyana sniff wins

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts – The second day of the fifth and final round of matches in the Regional Under-19, 3-Day tournament was completed today across three venues in St Kitts.

AT CONAREE – Leeward Islands v Guyana

Tagenarine Chanderpaul and Romario Shepherd grinded the Leeward Islands into the dust on Day 2 to put Guyana on course for victory on Day 3. After bowling out the Leewards for 128 on Day 1, Guyana resumed this morning on 152/5, leading by 34 runs.

Shawn Pereira was out early in the morning for seven. But it brought Chanderpaul and Shepherd together. The former looked solid in his knock adding 42 with Shepherd to take the Guyanese to 190/6; a lead of 62. And the partnership didn’t stop there.

Guyana went to Lunch at 228/6 with Chanderpaul on 60 and Shepherd on 30. Both had so far put on 70 runs together. It was much of the same after Lunch as both batsmen took Guyana to a comfortable lead. As the Guyanese neared the 300 mark, at 297/6, Chanderpaul had 89 and Shepherd was on 70.

Both had an unbroken stand of 130 runs. Guyana went to Tea on 344/8 declared, claiming a lead of 216 runs. Chanderpaul got to his century, reaching Tea on 104 not out.His stay at the crease was 431 minutes, facing 317 balls. In their second turn at the crease, the Leewards were in all sorts of trouble early on at 14/3.

Ross Powell (1), Shaun Tuitt (0) and Keacy Carty (12) had all gone. Saeed Williams and Avier Christian battled back, trying to put the Guyanese bowlers under pressure.

They successfully saw out the day’s play as the Leewards ended Day 2 on 67/3. Williams is unbeaten on 36 while Christian is 16.

The Leewards still trail Guyana’s first innings score by 149 runs.

Leeward Islands 1st Innings (128 All Out)

Guyana 1st Innings

Tagenarine Chanderpaul Not Out 104

Brian Sattur c Shawn Tuitt b Shavon Moore 6

Shimron Hetmyer c Dymon Parris b Jeremiah Louis 1

Kamesh Yadram b Shavon Moore 4

Akashay Homraj c Shawn Tuitt b Shavon Moore 45

Ricardo Adams b Shawn Tuitt 54

Shawn Pereira LBW Jeremiah Louis 7

Romario Shepherd c & b Tristan Hanley 95

Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai c & bTristan Hanley 1

Total: 344/8 (104.1 Overs)

Extras: (16B, 1LB, 10NB) 27

Fall of Wickets: 1-13 (2.5), 2-14 (3.5), 3-24 (8.4), 4-80 (14.5), 5-151 (40.3), 6-158 (49.5), 7-337 (103.4), 8-344(104.1)

Leeward Islands 1st Innings Bowling: Shavon Moore 17.1-1-87-4, Jeremiah Louis 13-5-44-2, Tristan Hanley 38-12-89-1, Shaquille Martina 26-7-60-0, Shawn Tuitt 3-1-13-0, Ashawn Hodge 1-0-10-0, Avier Christian 5-0-24-0

Leeward Islands 2nd Innings (Trail; 216)

Ross Powell c& b Gudakesh Moti-Kanhai 1

Keacy Carty LBW Vishoal Narayan 12

Shawn Tuitt b Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai 0

Saeed Williams Not Out 36

Avier Christian Not Out 16

Total: 67/3 (39 Overs)

Extras: 2
Fall of Wickets: 1-9 (8.2), 3-14 (11.5), 2-9 (8.3)

Guyana 2nd Innings Bowling: Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai 13-5-22-2, Vishoal Narayan 9-4-11-1, Shawn Pereira 10-3-27-0, Steven Sankar 7-4-5-0

State of Match: Guyana won 1st Innings and lead by 149 runs

Toss: Leeward Islands won the toss and elected to bat

Umpires: Whycliffe Mitchum & Shannon Crawford
AT WARNER PARK – Windward Islands v T&T

After an action packed Day 1 that saw 20 wickets fall, the Windward Islands are on top and heading for victory against Trinidad & Tobago. Leading by 44 runs overnight, and starting Day 2 on 19/0, the Windwards lost Gidron Pope without a run being added.

Tonius Simon and Keone George batted sensibly for much of the first hour taking the lead to 83 runs, before Simons was trapped Leg Before by Jovan Ali for 17.

But George soldiered on taking the Windwards’ score into triple figures. He brought up his fifty in 51 minutes, facing 108 balls and spanking seven fours along the way.

He had safely taken the Windwards to Lunch at 125/2, leading by 150 runs.

He found a good partner in Taryck Gabriel, who was with him on 32. Both batsmen had put on an unbroken stand of 69 runs. The T&T bowlers engineered a collapse after Lunch, getting Gabriel early for 43. That became two wickets in three balls as George was Leg Before soon after to Bryan Charles.

Wickets kept tumbling thereafter as the Windwards fell to 171/6. At Tea, the Windwards had set Trinidad & Tobago 245 runs for victory. Andy Gobin and Jeremy Solozano gave the Trinis a good start to their chase. But Larry Edward got the breakthrough for the Windwards, getting Solozano for 25.

T&T lost two wickets quickly after; Gobin was trapped by Edward then Tion Webster was caught behind. T&T were in trouble chasing 245 for victory at 78/3. T&T ended Day 2 in a heap of trouble on 93/4, still needing 152 runs for victory. Edward finished the day with 2-23.

Windward Islands 1st Innings (105 All Out)

Trinidad & Tobago 1st Innings (80 All Out)

Windward Islands 2nd Innings (Lead; 25)

Gidron Pope LBW Vikash Mohan 4

Keone George LBW Bryan Charles 60

Tonius Simon LBW Bryan Charles 17

Taryck Gabriel LBW Vikash Mohan 43

Gian Benjamin+ c Al Small b Jesse Bootan 18

Roland Cato c (sub Justin Joseph) Vikash Mohan 10

Kishon Mitchell b Jesse Bootan 11

Larry Edward Run Out Solozano/Christmas 1

Ray Jordan c (sub Justin Joseph) Jesse Bootan 17

Sherman Lewis Not Out 12

Preston Mc Sween st Christmas b Jesse Bootan 9

Total: 219 All Out (71.2 Overs)

Extras: (14B, 1LB, 2NB) 17

Fall of Wickets: 1-19 (11.6), 4-138 (50.2), 2-56 (24.5), 3-138 (49.6), 8-180 (69.3), 5-158 (56.5), 6-171 (65.3), 7-172 (65.6), 9-214 (75.4), 10-219.

Trinidad & Tobago 2nd Innings Bowling: Al Small 3-1-9-0, Vikash Mohan 20-9-45-3, Bryan Charles 23-5-76-2, Jovan Ali 6-2-12-0, Brian Boodram 5-2-6-0, Jesse Bootan 14.2-0-56-4

Trinidad & Tobago 2nd Innings (Target; 245)

Jeremy Solozano LBW Larry Edward 25

Andy Gobin LBW Larry Edward 26

Tion Webster c Gian Benjamin b Taryck Gabriel 15

Camillo Carimbocas c Gidron Pope b Preston Mc Sween 14

Vikash Mohan Not Out 2

Total: 93/4 (36.4 Overs)

Extras: (9B, 2LB) 11

Fall of Wickets: 1-53 (19.1), 2-76 (23.2), 3-78 (24.3), 4-93 (36.4)

Windward Islands 2nd Innings Bowling: Preston Mc Sween 6.4-3-9-1, Ray Jordan 5-1-16-0, Sherman Lewis 2-0-12-0, Larry Edward 13-5-23-2, Taryck Gabriel 9-2-21-1, Gidron Pope 1-0-1-0

State of Match: T&T need 145 runs to win with 6 wickets in remaining

Toss: Trinidad & Tobago won the toss and elected to field

Umpires: Michel Morton & Brian Joseph
AT EGSC MOLINEAUX – Jamaica v Barbados

Barbados struck back with the ball on Day 2 but still face a grim task to avoid defeat in the final round of matches against Jamaica. After a slightly late start at Molineaux, the Jamaicans went past Barbados’ first innings score of 99, losing the wicket of Coleman for 2.

From 100/3, the Jamaicans slipped to 122/5 as Spencer (21) and King departed in quick succession. Jamaica had scored relatively slow in the first session and went to Lunch at 132/6, with an overall first innings lead of 33 runs. Neil Persaud had taken 3-33 so far for Barbados.

By Tea time, Barbados bowled out their opponents for 188. The Jamaicans had an 89 run lead at that stage. At Tea, Barbados were already one down for eight runs.

Things didn’t get any better in the last session as they were quickly reduced to 35/2. They would lose a further two wickets, getting to 58/4, still trailing Jamaica’s first innings score by 35 runs.Barbados ended the day on 65/5, still trailing by 24 runs. Ramaal Lewis has 2-17.

Barbados 1st Innings (99 All Out)

Jamaica 1st Innings

Leroy Lug LBW Chad Williams 47

Nicholas Walters LBW Jameel Stuart 23

Brandon King c Chad Williams b Neil Persaud 23

Tristan Colemon LBW Jofra Archer 2

Thavi Spencer c & b Neil Persaud 21

Ramaal Lewis c Jafari Toppin b Neil Persaud 2

Romario Morris c & b Chad Williams 18

Christopher Powell LBW Shamar Springer 23

Roshane Manning st Carlos Maynard b Chad Williams 2

Fabian Allen Not Out 10

Marquino Mindley LBW Shamar Springer 5

Total: 188 All Out (87 Overs)

Extras: (2B, 2LB, 4NB, 4WD) 12

Fall of Wickets: 1-73, 2-73, 5-121 (63.4) 3-84 (50.2), 4-116 (61.6), 6-124 (65.1), 7-167 (82.6), 8-171 (83.4), 9-177 (85.3), 10-188

Barbados 1st Innings Bowling: Jofra Archer 16-3-34-1, Shamar Springer 14-2-34-2, Jameel Stuart 16-8-18-1, Neil Persaud 11-2-33-3, Chad Williams 23-8-53-3, Aaron Jones 7-3-12-0

Barbados 2nd Innings (Trail; 89)

Dario Boyce-Malcolm c Marquino Mindley b Christopher Powell 6

Lee Germon-Gaskin st Romario Morris b Nicholas Walters 20

Johnathan Drakes c Tristan Colemon b Ramaal Lewis 9

Aaron Jones c Marquino Mindley 12

Jameel Stuart LBW Ramaal Lewis 5

Carlos Maynard Not Out 6

Jafari Toppin Not Out 1

Total: 65/6 (49 Overs)

Extras: (4B, 1LB, 1NB) 6

Fall of Wickets: 1-8 (5.6), 3-52 (33.5), 2-18 (15.2), 4-52 (34.3), 5-61 (43.6)

Jamaica 2nd Innings Bowling: Marquino Mindley 4-3-3-1, Christopher Powell 6-0-15-1, Ramaal Lewis 13-4-17-2, Thavi Spencer 12-8-9-0, Nicholas Walters 4-0-15-1
State of Match: Barbados trail Jamaica by 24 runs in their 2nd Innings

Toss: Barbados won the toss and elected to bat

Umpires: Johnathan Blades & Carl Tuckett
Points Standing Post Round IV

Team Matches Points

Jamaica 4 35.3

T&T 4 33.3

Barbados 4 26.1

Guyana 4 18.7

Leewards 4 17.6

Windwards 4 14

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