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Re: Super 50 2019-20

PostPosted: Thu Nov 28, 2019 1:47 pm
by mikesiva
At Queen's Park Oval, Trinidad and Tobago crushed the West Indies Emerging Team by 10 wickets.

Anderson Phillip took 3-24 and Imran Khan 3-14, while there were two wickets each for Jon-Ross Jaggesar and Akeal Hosein, as they routed the youngsters for an embarrassing 78 all out, Justin Greaves offering the only resistance with a knock of 43. Jeremy Solozano (43) and Keegan Simmons (27) then knocked off the paltry target with more than 32 overs to spare.

Re: Super 50 2019-20

PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2019 12:45 pm
by mikesiva
In Port-of-Spain, the West Indies Emerging Team won their semi-final, which was interrupted by several floodlight failures, on D/L.

Ashley Nedd took 4-29, and there were two wickets each for Kevin Sinclair and Yannick Cariah, as the spinners bowled Barbados out for a paltry 119 all out, with nearly 20 overs to spare. Zachary McCaskie topscored for the Bajans with 40.

Chasing 111 to win off 43 overs, the youngsters limped to 112-7 in the 39th over, led by a knock of 27 from Joshua da Silva. Ashley Nurse took 3-35 and Miguel Cummins 2-22.

Re: Super 50 2019-20

PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2019 10:25 am
by mikesiva
In the second semi-final at Queen's Park Oval, the Leeward Islands beat Trinidad and Tobago by four wickets.

Tion Webster hit 91 from 120 balls, and Jason Mohammed 59 from 55, to lead the Trinidadians to 268-8 against Sheeno Berridge (4-58) and Quinton Boatswain (2-69).

Wicketkeeper Jahmar Hamilton hammered 78 not out from just 34 balls, and he received support from Kasey Carty with 53 from 70, as the Leewards chased down the target with just three balls to spare. Spinners Jon-Ross Jaggesar and Imran Khan took 2-49 and 2-71 respectively.

Re: Super 50 2019-20

PostPosted: Mon Dec 02, 2019 4:12 am
by mikesiva
At Queen's Park Oval, a team of rejects from the various national sides came together and won the final of the Super50, crushing the Leeward Islands by 205 runs.

Leonardo Julien struck a run-a-ball 83, and there were 30s from Yannick Cariah, Roland Cato and Dominic Drakes, as the West Indies Emerging Team posted a formidable 293-7. Sheeno Berridge and Quinton Boatswain took 2-59 each.

Spinners Kevin Sinclair and Cariah took 4-20 and three wickets for eight runs respectively to skittle the Leewards out for a paltry 88 all out, Amir Jangoo topscoring with 20.

Re: Super 50 2019-20

PostPosted: Mon Dec 02, 2019 4:42 am
by mikesiva
I picked batsmen who scored over 300 runs. I tried to pick those who averaged over 50, and/or had a SR of over 100. Bowlers had to take at least 15 wickets and average under 20, and I tried to pick those who had a strike rate of less than five. My team of the Super50....

1) Kieran Powell (Lee) 524 runs @ average of 58.22 & strike-rate of 81.74
2) Nkrumah Bonner (Jca) 354 runs @ ave of 50.57 & SR of 95.67
3) Darren Bravo (TT) 481 runs @ ave of 96.20 & SR of 81.11
4) Andre McCarthy (Jca) 363 runs @ ave of 45.37 & SR of 106.45 and 11 wickets @ ave of 31.81 & ER of 4.88
5) Jason Mohammed (TT) 357 runs @ ave of 89.25 & SR of 105.30
6) Rovman Powell (Jca) 412 runs @ ave of 58.85 & SR of 160.93
7) Joshua da Silva (WIET) (wkpr) 310 runs @ ave of 44.28 & SR of 74.16
8) Ashley Nurse (Bdos) 19 wkts @ ave of 16.42 & ER of 4.11
9) Imran Khan (TT) 16 wkts @ ave of 19.50 & ER of 4.05
10) Sheeno Berridge (Lee) 23 wkts @ ave of 18.52 & ER of 4.95
11) Keon Harding (WIET) 18 wkts @ ave of 16.66 & ER of 5.02

Players just outside the team are Chris Barnwell, Devon Thomas, Oshane Thomas, Akeem Jordan and Anderson Phillip.