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West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Sat Jan 11, 2020 7:55 am

at Tarouba, Jan 9-12 2020
Trinidad & Tobago
Jamaica

at Kingstown, Jan 9-12 2020
Barbados
Windward Islands

(D/N) at North Sound, Jan 9-12 2020
Guyana
Leeward Islands

at Bridgetown, Jan 16-19 2020
Barbados
Guyana

at Tarouba, Jan 16-19 2020
Trinidad & Tobago
Leeward Islands

at Kingston, Jan 16-19 2020
Jamaica
Windward Islands

at Providence, Jan 23-26 2020
Guyana
Trinidad & Tobago

at Kingston, Jan 23-26 2020
Jamaica
Barbados

(D/N) at Gros Islet, Jan 23-26 2020
Windward Islands
Leeward Islands

at Providence, Feb 6-9 2020
Guyana
Jamaica

at Basseterre, Feb 6-9 2020
Leeward Islands
Barbados

at Roseau, Feb 6-9 2020
Windward Islands
Trinidad & Tobago

at Bridgetown, Feb 13-16 2020
Barbados
Trinidad & Tobago

at St George's, Feb 13-16 2020
Windward Islands
Guyana

at Florence Hall, Feb 13-16 2020
Jamaica
Leeward Islands

at Bridgetown, Feb 27 - Mar 1 2020
Barbados
Windward Islands

at Basseterre, Feb 27 - Mar 1 2020
Leeward Islands
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at Florence Hall, Feb 27 - Mar 1 2020
Jamaica
Guyana

at Providence, Mar 5-8 2020
Guyana
Leeward Islands

at Tarouba, Mar 5-8 2020
Trinidad & Tobago
Barbados

at St George's, Mar 5-8 2020
Windward Islands
Jamaica

at North Sound, Mar 12-15 2020
Leeward Islands
Jamaica

(D/N) at Providence, Mar 12-15 2020
Guyana
Barbados

(D/N) at Tarouba, Mar 12-15 2020
Trinidad & Tobago
Windward Islands

at North Sound, Mar 26-29 2020
Leeward Islands
Windward Islands

at Port of Spain, Mar 26-29 2020
Trinidad & Tobago
Guyana

(D/N) at Bridgetown, Mar 26-29 2020
Barbados
Jamaica

at Bridgetown, Apr 2-5 2020
Barbados
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Sat Jan 11, 2020 8:35 am

After the first two days of their match at North Sound, defending champions Guyana started strongly with a first innings score of 388, led by knocks of 82 from Chris Barnwell, 62 from Tage Chanderpaul and 59 from captain Leon Johnson, while legspinner Damion Jacobs took 4-89. Nial Smith has taken three wickets to date to reduce the Leewards to 125-5.

The match at Kingstown was in the balance at the halfway stage. Kyle Mayers hit 106 in Barbados knock of 233, against Keron Cottoy's 3-41. At stumps, Emmanuel Stewart hit an unbeaten half-century in the Windwards 230-7.

At Tarouba, Trinidad and Tobago were in charge of their match going into today's third day's play. Knocks from Joshua da Silva (113 not out), Yannick Cariah (100 not out), Keagan Simmons (89), Jeremy Solozano (73) and Darren Bravo (66) propelled Trinidad to 460-4 declared against Derval Green's 2-97. Jamaica were 94-3 going into today's penultimate day.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Sun Jan 12, 2020 8:14 am

The Windwards edged into a one run first innings lead in a low-scoring match at Arnos Vale, going into today's final day.

Left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican took 4-40 to dismiss the Windward Islands for 234 all out, Emmanuel Stewart topscoring with 50. Offspinner Shane Shillingford then took 7-105 to bowl Barbados out for 269 all out, Kraigg Brathwaite topscoring with 72. On the final day, the Windwards will chase 269 for victory.

At the Brian Lara stadium, Trinidad and Tobago took command of their match with Jamaica. Spinners Akeal Hosein (4-58) and Bryan Charles (3-67) dismissed Jamaica for 278 all out, despite half-centuries from Rovman Powell (71), Paul Palmer (50) and Derval Green (56). Asked to follow on 178 runs behind, Jamaica were 86-1 at the end of the third day's play.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Mon Jan 13, 2020 7:23 am

At the Viv Richards stadium, favourites Guyana got their defence off to a winning start, when they beat the Leeward Islands by 10 wickets. Nial Smith took 6-55 to dismiss the Leewards for just 154 all out in their first innings, Jahmar Hamilton topscoring with 52. Following on, the Leewards were bowled out for 254 in their second innings, as Kieran Powell topscored with 99, and Montcin Hodge hit 62. Raymon Reifer and Veerasammy Permaul took 3-55 each. The Guyanese openers then easily knocked off the target of 24.

In St Vincent, the Windward Islands chased down a target of 269 for the loss of seven wickets. Desron Maloney hit 83 and Kavem Hodge 60, while left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican took 3-68 for Barbados in a losing cause.

At Tarouba, Jamaica hung on for a draw, ending the day on 300-8. Paul Palmer made 116 not out to secure the draw, and he received assistance from Jermaine Blackwood, who made 78. Akeal Hosein took 3-65 for Trinidad.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Fri Jan 17, 2020 6:43 am

As the second round got underway yesterday, in Bridgetown pacer Kemar Roach took four wickets to reduce defending champions Guyana to 209-8. Opener Tagenarine Chanderpaul has topscored so far with a patient 66 not out.

In Tarouba, pacer Odean Smith took 4-51 to skittle the Leeward Islands for 186 all out, Jahmar Hamilton topscoring with 55. Trinidad were 74-1 at stumps on the opening day's play.

In Kingston, Kavem Hodge hit 88 and Devon Smith 77 to take the Windward Islands to 314-5 on the first day's play. Pacer Derval Green has taken three wickets to date for Jamaica.
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Postby mikesiva » Sat Jan 18, 2020 6:31 am

At the halfway stage of their second round match, at Kensington Oval Barbados were in command of their match against defending champions Guyana. Kemar Roach took 4-28 to dismiss Guyana for 209 all out, Tage Chanderpaul topscoring with 66. Jonathan Carter hit an unbeaten half-century to guide the hosts to 239-3 at stumps.

At the Brian Lara stadium, Trinidad took complete command of their match against the Leeward Islands at the end of the second day's play. Captain Darren Bravo struck 133 and he was supported by an unbeaten half-century from wicketkeeper Joshua da Silva, as Trinidad made 337-4, a first innings lead of 151 so far. Pacer Sheno Berridge has taken three wickets to date.

At Sabina Park, the Windward Islands were in control of their match against hosts Jamaica. Wicketkeeper hit a round 50 as the Windwards piled up 387 all out, Derval Green taking 3-73 and Patrick Harty 3-65. Paul Palmer hit 54 and Green 50 not out, as Jamaica limped to 203-7 at stumps. Sherman Lewis and Josh Thomas have taken two wickets each so far.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Sun Jan 19, 2020 7:04 am

Barbados were in charge of their match in Bridgetown, after yesterday's penultimate day. Jonathan Carter hit 73 and Kyle Mayers 75 to propel Barbados to 389 all out, against pacer Keon Joseph's 4-75. Trailing by 180 on first innings, defending champions Guyana were 141-3 at stumps, Vishal Singh leading the way with an unbeaten half century.

Trinidad will be pushing for victory going into today's final day of their match in Tarouba. The hosts piled up a mammoth 552-9 declared, thanks to contributions from tailender Terrence Hinds (102 not out), wicketkeeper Joshua da Silva (80) and veteran Jason Mohammed (60), while Sheno Berridge took 3-94. Trailing by an imposing 366 on first innings, the Leeward Islands limped to 162-7 at stumps, Montcin Hodge topscoring to date with 42. Akeal Hosein has taken four wickets so far.

In Kingston, the Jamaicans were battling to save the match against the Windward Islands after being asked to follow on. Preston McSween took 3-41 and Sherman Lewis 3-62 to dismiss Jamaica for 220 all out, Derval Green topscoring with 62. Trailing by 167 on first innings, and batting a second time, Jamaica were 291-3 at the end of the third day's play, thanks to knocks of 101 from captain John Campbell and 76 from Jermaine Blackwood.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Mon Jan 20, 2020 5:08 am

At Kensington Oval, Barbados beat Guyana by seven wickets. Pacers Keon Harding (4-77) and Chemar Holder (3-63) dismissed Guyana for 258 all out, Vishal Singh topscoring with 79. Set 79 to win, the hosts knocked off the target for the loss of three wickets, but Shamar Brooks made 44 not out to lead the victory charge.

At the Brian Lara stadium, Trinidad crushed the Leeward Islands by an innings and 168 runs. Akeal Hosein took 6-62 to bowl the Leewards out for 198 all out, tailender Alzarri Joseph topscoring with 47.

The match at Sabina Park ended in a draw. Following on, Jamaica made 404-8 declared, thanks to an beaten round hundred from Nkrumah Bonner, with Sherman Lewis taking 3-62. Set an unlikely 238 to win in the time available, the game petered out to a draw with the Windward Islands on 155-5. Devon Smith topscored with 47, while pacer Derval Green took 3-30.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Tue Jan 21, 2020 9:43 am

After two rounds, this would be my team to date. Batsmen have to score at least 150 runs and average over 40. Bowlers have to take at least eight wickets at an average of less than 25.

1) Kieran Powell (Lee) 179 runs @ ave of 44.25
2) John Campbell (Jca) 166 runs @ ave of 41.50
3) Darren Bravo (TT) 199 runs @ ave of 99.50
4) Paul Palmer (Jca) 262 runs @ ave of 87.33
5) Kavem Hodge (Wind) 172 runs @ ave of 43
6) Kyle Mayers (Bdos) 186 runs @ ave of 62
7) Joshua da Silva (TT) 193 runs @ ave of 193
8) Akeal Hosein (TT) 15 wickets @ ave of 14.46
9) Veerasammy Permaul (Guy) eight wkts @ ave of 17.62
10) Jomel Warrican (Bdos) 10 wkts @ ave of 13.80
11) Nial Smith (Guy) 10 wkts @ ave of 21.10

Players just outside of the team include Yannick Cariah, Devon Smith, Jermaine Blackwood, Tage Chanderpaul, Jahmar Hamilton, Chris Barnwell, Shane Shillingford, Keon Joseph, Derval Green and Preston McSween.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Fri Jan 24, 2020 12:43 pm

As the third round got under way, at Providence Guyana made 263-6 on the first day's play. Tage Chanderpaul made 68 and Chris Barnwall 58, while Anthony Bramble hit an unbeaten half-century. Spinner Bryan Charles has taken four wickets to date.

At Sabina Park, 16 wickets fell on the opening day's play. Marquino Mindley took 4-31 and Rovman Powell 3-65 to dismiss Barbados for 219 all out. Shane Moseley hit 64 and Kyle Mayers 53. Chemar Holder has taken five wickets to date to leave Jamaica struggling at 53-6 at stumps.
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