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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Sat Feb 15, 2020 6:41 am

Barbados have taken control of their match going into today's third day at Kensington Oval. Pacer Keon Harding took 5-57 to dismiss Trinidad and Tobago for 175 all out, Jeremy Solozano topscoring with 50. Leading by 34 on first innings, Barbados were 127-2 at stumps, Kraigg Brathwaite finally getting his second half-century this season with 58.

In Grenada, the Windward Islands made 318 all out, with half-centuries from Keron Cottoy (56) and Shane Shillingford (53) against spinners Veerasammy Permaul (4-59) and Dev Bishoo (3-73). Leon Johnson hit an unbeaten half-century as Guyana were 145-3 at the close of the second day's play.

Jamaica were in command at the halfway stage of their match at Greenfields stadium. Patrick Harty took 4-43 to dismiss the Leeward Islands for 227 all out, Terrence Warde topscoring with 65 not out. In reply, Jamaica closed on 260-6, led by a knock of 98 from Jermaine Blackwood, while offspinner Rahkeem Cornwall has taken three wickets to date.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Sun Feb 16, 2020 7:28 am

Barbados will be pushing for victory on today's final day in Bridgetown. Shayne Moseley hit 155 not out and Kevin Stoute 55 not out, to take Barbados to 342-5 declared, against Akeal Hosein's 2-66. Chasing an unlikely target of 377, Trinidad and Tobago closed on 48-4 at stumps.

In a high-scoring game in St George's, Leon Johnson hit 189 not out and Chris Barnwell 107, as Guyana made 426 all out Preston McSween's 5-102. Trailing by 108 on first innings, the Windward Islands were 46-1 going into today's final day.

Jamaica tightened their grip on their match in Trelawny on the third day. Wicketkeeper Denis Smith hit 84 to take Jamaica to 385 all out, against Rahkeem Cornwall's 4-130. Trailing by 158 on first innings, the Leeward Islands closed on 134-4, Devon Thomas making 54 against Nicholson Gordon, who's taken two wickets to date.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Mon Feb 17, 2020 6:10 am

At Kensington Oval, Barbados crushed Trinidad and Tobago by 299 runs. On yesterday's final day, pacers Keon Harding (5-19), Chemar Holder (3-29) and Kemar Roach (2-28) skittled the Trinidadians out for an embarrassing 77 all out, Joshua da Silva topscoring with 23.

In Grenada, the match between the Windward Islands and Guyana ended in a tame draw. Veteran opener Devon Smith hit 147 not out and Kavem Hodge 100 not out, as the Windwards finished on 273-1.

At Florence Hall, Jamaica beat the Leeward Islands by five wickets. Pacer Nicholson Gordon took 5-97 to restrict the Leewards to 294 all out, while Terrence Warde topscored with 74, and there were 54s from Devon Thomas and Jahmar Hamilton. Set 137 to win, Jamaica reached the target thanks mainly to a knock of 66 not out from Nkrumah Bonner. Offspinner Rahkeem Cornwall took 3-58.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Tue Feb 18, 2020 4:36 am

After five rounds, this would be my team to date. Batsmen have to score at least 250 runs and average over 40. Bowlers have to take at least 20 wickets at an average of less than 25.

1) Devon Smith (Wind) 458 runs @ average of 57.25
2) Shayne Moseley (Bdos) 353 runs @ ave of 44.12
3) Paul Palmer (Jca) 313 runs @ ave of 52.16
4) Nkrumah Bonner (Jca) 316 runs @ ave of 79
5) Kyle Mayers (Bdos) 377 runs @ ave of 47.12
6) Chris Barnwell (Guy) 372 runs @ ave of 46.50 & 4 wickets @ average of 33.75
7) Joshua da Silva (TT) (wkpr) 273 runs @ ave of 45.50
8) Akeal Hosein (TT) 24 wickets @ ave of 20.75
9) Veerasammy Permaul (Guy) 30 wkts @ ave of 13.36
10) Chemar Holder (Bdos) 24 wkts @ ave of 16.41
11) Keon Harding (Bdos) 23 wkts @ ave of 18.65

Players just outside of the team include Kieran Powell, Kavem Hodge, Leon Johnson, Jermaine Blackwood, Tage Chanderpaul, Darren Bravo, Nial Smith, Sheno Berridge, Preston McSween, Derval Green and Nicholson Gordon.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Wed Feb 19, 2020 3:58 am

After five rounds, here's the table....

Barbados 84.2 points
Guyana 60.8
Jamaica 57.4
Windwards 50
Trinidad 46.6
Leewards 32.6

https://www.espncricinfo.com/table/seri ... ampionship
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Fri Feb 28, 2020 3:20 am

As the sixth round got underway yesterday, in Bridgetown leaders Barbados got off to a strong start, closing the first day's play on 357-7. Kyle Mayers hit an unbeaten century, while there were 40s for Kevin Stoute and Kemar Roach. Test opening batsmen Kraigg Brathwaite failed again, falling for five, while for the Windward Islands there were two wickets each for Ryan John, Josh Thomas and Kavem Hodge to date.

At Florence Hall, Guyanese left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul took 7-59 to dismiss hosts Jamaica for 216 all out, Jermaine Blackwood topscoring with 59, while Test opening batsman John Campbell could only manage 20.

Only 70 overs were possible at Basseterre, where pacers Jeremiah Louis and Sheno Berridge took three and two wickets respectively to reduce Trinidad and Tobago to 161-7. Isaiah Rajah has topscored so far with 41.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Sat Feb 29, 2020 6:24 am

Barbados were in control at the halfway stage of their match against the Windward Islands at Kensington Oval. Kyle Mayers hit 140 as Barbados piled up 417 all out, against Ryan John (3-107) and Josh Thomas (3-83). Chemar Holder then took 5-73 to dismiss the Windwards for 258 all out, Kavem Hodge hitting 53 and Andre Fletcher 52.

On the second day's play at the Greenfields stadium, Guyana took a 71-run lead over hosts Jamaica. Vishal Singh hit 93 not out and Chandrapaul Hemraj 82 as Guyana reached 287-6 at stumps. Dennis Bulli has taken three wickets to date.

There was a close tussle at Warner Park, where Trinidad and Tobago made 287 all out in their first innings. Tailender Terrence Hinds hit 89 not out, while pacer Jeremiah Louis finished with 3-62. At the close, the Leeward Islands reached 147-5, Amir Jangoo hitting an unbeaten half century, and Uthman Muhammad taking two wickets so far.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Mon Mar 02, 2020 4:19 am

At Kensington Oval, Barbados beat the Windward Islands by 127 runs. Contributions from Kyle Mayers (62 not out), Shayne Moseley (60), Justin Greaves (53 not out) and Kraigg Brathwaite (49) carried Barbados to 239-4 declared in their second innings. Set an unlikely 399 to win, the Windwards were bowled out for 271 all out by pacers Kemar Roach (6-84) and Keon Harding (3-65). Keon Cottoy hit 103 not out, but he did not receive much support from the other batsmen.

In Trelawny, defending champions Guyana beat hosts Jamaica by seven wickets. In their first innings, Guyana made 304 all out, Vishal Singh topscoring with 93 against Marquino Mindley (3-68) and Dennis Bulli (3-84). Trailing by 84 on first innings, Jamaica were shot out for a paltry 111 all out by left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul, who took 8-18. John Campbell was the only batsman to offer any resistance, making 66. Chasing a small target of 24, Guyana lost three wickets to offspinner Jamie Merchant, who captured three wickets for eight runs.

In St Kitts, the Leeward Islands hung on for a draw against Trinidad and Tobago. In their first innings, the Leewards made 251 all out, Amir Jangoo topscoring with 90 against legspinner Imran Khan, who took 4-67. Leading by 36 on first innings, the Trinidadians could only manage 155 all out in their second. Wicketkeeper Joshua da Silva provided the only resistance with 79 not out, against offspinner Rahkeem Cornwall, who snared 8-51. Chasing 192 for victory, the Leewards finished just short, on 183-9 when time ran out. Cornwall topscored with 48 against spinners Akeal Hosein (4-40) and Imran (3-44).
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Wed Mar 04, 2020 4:48 am

After six rounds, this would be my team to date. Batsmen have to score at least 350 runs and average over 40. Bowlers have to take at least 25 wickets at an average of less than 25.

1) Devon Smith (Wind) 495 runs @ average of 49.50
2) Shayne Moseley (Bdos) 449 runs @ ave of 44.90
3) Kavem Hodge (Wind) 409 runs @ ave of 40.90
4) Nkrumah Bonner (Jca) 340 runs @ ave of 56.66
5) Kyle Mayers (Bdos) 579 runs @ ave of 64.33
6) Chris Barnwell (Guy) 376 runs @ ave of 41.77 & 4 wickets @ average of 40.25
7) Joshua da Silva (TT) (wkpr) 389 runs @ ave of 55.57
8) Akeal Hosein (TT) 30 wickets @ ave of 19.66
9) Veerasammy Permaul (Guy) 45 wkts @ ave of 10.62
10) Chemar Holder (Bdos) 29 wkts @ ave of 17.58
11) Keon Harding (Bdos) 28 wkts @ ave of 19.71

Players just outside of the team include Kieran Powell, Paul Palmer, Leon Johnson, Jermaine Blackwood, Chandrapaul Hemraj,, Keron Cottoy, Rahkeem Cornwall, Kemar Roach, Nial Smith, Sheno Berridge, and Nicholson Gordon.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Fri Mar 06, 2020 1:04 pm

As the seventh round started yesterday, leaders Barbados were in a strong position against Trinidad and Tobago at Tarouba. Kyle Mayers has taken three wickets and Chemar Holder two to date, as they reduced the Trinidadians to 192-5. Wicketkeeper Joshua da Silva has hit an unbeaten half-century.

In their rain-affected match at Providence, Guyana reached 115-4 at the close of the first day's play against the Leeward Islands. Offspinner Rahkeem Cornwall has taken all four wickets to fall so far, while Vishal Singh has made an unbeaten half-century.

At St George's, Jamaica began strongly against the Windward Islands, reaching 285-3 at stumps on Day One. Jermaine Blackwood was out for 68, but Nkrumah Bonner hit an unbeaten century and Paul Palmer an unbeaten half-century. Preston McSween has taken two wickets so far.
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