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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Sat Jan 25, 2020 2:10 pm

Low scores made a worrying reappearance in the tournament at Providence, where Nial Smith took 5-12 and Veerasammy Permaul 4-29 to skittle Trinidad out for an embarrassing 98 all out on yesterday's second day, Jeremy Solozano topscoring with 27. Earlier, Guyana made 323 all out in their first innings, Anthony Bramble topscoring with 91. Spinner Bryan Charles took 5-87. Leading by 225 on first innings, Guyana were 53 without loss at stumps.

In their low-scoring match at Sabina Park, Barbados were in a commanding position at the halfway stage of the match. Pacer Chemar Holder took 5-45 to dismiss Jamaica for a paltry 138 all out, wicketkeeper Denis Smith topscoring with 35. Leading by 81 runs on first innings, Barbados limped to 179-6 at the second turn at bat, led by half-centuries from Shane Dowrich (73) and Kyle Mayers (53). Nicholson Gordon has taken three wickets so far for Jamaica.

On the opening day of their rain-affected day-night match at Gros Islet, the Windward Islands struggled to 93-6 against pacer Sheno Berridge, who's taken four wickets to date.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Sun Jan 26, 2020 5:33 am

In Kingston, Barbados beat Jamaica by 119 runs with a day to spare. Nicholson Gordon took 6-45 and Patrick Harty 3-33 to dismiss Barbados for 206 all out. Set a target of 288 to win, Jamaica were bowled out for a disappointing 168 all out by Chemar Holder, who took 6-47. Nkrumah Bonner topscored with 39 not out.

Guyana will be pushing for victory on today's final day at Providence. In their second innings, Guyana made 177-5 declared, Chandrapaul Hemraj topscoring with 54. Spinners Bryan Charles and Yannick Ottley took two wickets each. Chasing an unlikely 403 to win, Trinidad were reeling at 122-6 at the close of the third day's play. Jeremy Solozano has topscored so far with 34, while Keon Joseph and Veerasammy Permaul have two wickets each to date.

The Leeward Islands were in command of their rain-affected match at the Darren Sammy stadium. After the first day's play was washed out without a ball being bowled, and half of the second day was lost to rain, the Windward Islands were bowled out for 138 all out by pacers Alzarri Joseph (5-41) and Sheno Berridge (4-39). Kieran Powell then hit 69 and Amir Jangoo an unbeaten half-century as the Leewards reached 234-5 at stumps on the penultimate day.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Mon Jan 27, 2020 3:19 am

Low scores reared their ugly heads in this round of matches.

At Providence, Guyana beat Trinidad by 219 runs. Left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul took 4-42 to dismiss Trinidad for a disappointing 183 all out, veteran Jason Mohammed making 33.

In St Lucia, despite losing the entire first day to rain, the Leeward Islands crushed the Windward Islands by an innings and 165 runs. Half-centuries from Amir Jangoo (51), Jaison Peters (57) and Alzarri Joseph (64) took the Leewards to 354-8 declared, pacer Sherman Lewis taking 3-80. Trailing by 216 on first innings, the Windwards were skittled out for an embarrassing 51 all out by pacer Sheno Berridge, who took 5-22.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Tue Jan 28, 2020 8:27 am

After three rounds, this would be my team to date. Batsmen have to score at least 200 runs and average over 40. Bowlers have to take at least 12 wickets at an average of less than 25.

1) Kieran Powell (Lee) 248 runs @ average of 49.60
2) Tage Chanderpaul (Guy) 247 runs @ ave of 61.75
3) Darren Bravo (TT) 202 runs @ ave of 50.50
4) Paul Palmer (Jca) 262 runs @ ave of 87.33
5) Kyle Mayers (Bdos) 292 runs @ ave of 58.40
6) Chris Barnwell (Guy) 219 runs @ ave of 43.80 & two wickets @ average of 34
7) Joshua da Silva (TT) (wkpr) 202 runs @ ave of 67.33
8) Akeal Hosein (TT) 16 wickets @ ave of 20.12
9) Veerasammy Permaul (Guy) 16 wkts @ ave of 13.25
10) Chemar Holder (Bdos) 16 wkts @ ave of 16.06
11) Nial Smith (Guy) 16 wkts @ ave of 16.75

Players just outside of the team include Yannick Cariah, Devon Smith, Chandrapaul Hemraj, John Campbell, Kavem Hodge, Sheno Berridge, Jomel Warrican, Bryan Charles, Nicholson Gordon, Keon Joseph, Derval Green and Preston McSween.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Fri Feb 07, 2020 6:22 am

At Providence, left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul took 4-39 to skittle Jamaica out for 187 on the opening day of the fourth round, Jermaine Blackwood providing the only resistance with a knock of 81. At stumps, defending champions Guyana were 17 without loss.

In Roseau, Trinidad and Tobago posted a promising 232-2 against the Windward Islands on the first day's play. Stand-in captain Yannick Ottley was 84 not out, and veteran Jason Mohammed 85 not out.

The game between Barbados and the Leeward Islands starts today.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Sat Feb 08, 2020 4:08 am

At the halfway stage of their low-scoring encounter at Providence, the game is now a one-innings match. Jamie Merchant (3-38) and Patrick Harty (3-30) combined to dismiss Guyana for 190 all out, for whom Chandrapaul Hemraj, Raymon Reifer and Veerasammy Permaul made 30s. Trailing by a slender three runs on first innings, Jamaica limped to 50-3 at the close of the second day's play.

Batsmen cashed in on the second day's play in Dominica. Yannick Ottley hit 116 and Jason Mohammed 119, as Trinidad piled up 373-9 declared against veteran offspinner Shane Shillingford, who took 3-63. At stumps, the Windward Islands were 71-2.

A total of 12 wickets fell on the first day's play in Basseterre, as Camarie Boyce took 5-65 to dismiss the Leewards for 181 all out. Kieran Powell topscored with 76. At stumps, Barbados were 108-2, having lost Kraigg Brathwaite for another failure, out for six.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Sun Feb 09, 2020 5:26 am

Wickets continued to tumble at Providence, as left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul took 6-50 to dismiss Jamaica for 184 all out, Nkrumah Bonner providing the only resistance with 57 not out. Set 182 for victory, Guyana were tantalisingly poised at 155-9 at the close, still needing another 27 runs to win with only one wicket in hand on today's final day. Pete Salmon took 7-56, while wicketkeeper Anthony Bramble has topscored for the visitors so far with 32.

The third day's play at Roseau was washed out without a ball being bowled.

Barbados were in complete control at the halfway stage of their match at Warner Park. Shamarh Brooks hit 116, and he was supported by half-centuries from Shane Dowrich (79) and Kyle Mayers (69) as Barbados made 398 all out, against Rahkeem Cornwall's 4-104. Trailing by 217 on first innings, the Leeward Islands were 10 without loss at stumps.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Mon Feb 10, 2020 4:48 am

At Providence, Jamaica beat Guyana by seven runs. Derval Green took the last wicket, and Pete Salmon finished with 7-57, as Guyana were bowled out for 174 all out.

The rain-affected game in Dominica ended in a draw, as the Windward Islands made 293-8 in their first innings. There were half-centuries from Andre Fletcher (88), Devon Smith (67) and wicketkeeper Emmanuel Stewart (56), while Akeal Hosein took 4-61 for the Trinidadians.

In St Kitts, Barbados beat the Leeward Islands by an innings and 81 runs with a day to spare. Chemar Holder took 3-33, and there were two wickets each for Camarie Boyce and Keon Harding, as the Leewards were bowled out for a paltry 136 all out. Tailender Colin Archibald topscored with 53.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Tue Feb 11, 2020 8:28 am

After four rounds, this would be my team to date. Batsmen have to score at least 225 runs and average over 40. Bowlers have to take at least 15 wickets at an average of less than 25.

1) Kieran Powell (Lee) 331 runs @ average of 47.28
2) Tage Chanderpaul (Guy) 264 runs @ ave of 44
3) Devon Smith (Wind) 284 runs @ ave of 40.57
4) Paul Palmer (Jca) 292 runs @ ave of 58.40
5) Kyle Mayers (Bdos) 361 runs @ ave of 60.16
6) Nkrumah Bonner (Jca) 236 runs @ ave of 78.66
7) Joshua da Silva (TT) (wkpr) 237 runs @ ave of 59.25
8) Akeal Hosein (TT) 20 wickets @ ave of 19.15
9) Veerasammy Permaul (Guy) 26 wkts @ ave of 11.57
10) Chemar Holder (Bdos) 19 wkts @ ave of 16
11) Nial Smith (Guy) 18 wkts @ ave of 19.83

Players just outside of the team include Yannick Cariah, Jermaine Blackwood, Chandrapaul Hemraj, John Campbell, Jason Mohammed, Darren Bravo, Sheno Berridge, Jomel Warrican, Bryan Charles, Keon Joseph, Derval Green and Nicholson Gordon.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Fri Feb 14, 2020 4:06 am

As the fourth round started yesterday, at Bridgetown leaders Barbados were bowled out for 209 all out by Uthman Muhammed (3-47) and Terrence Hinds (3-51), Kevin Stoute topscoring with 52. Out-of-form opener Kraigg Brathwaite failed again, out for four. At stumps, Trinidad and Tobago were 52-1.

In their rain-affected match at St George's, the Windward Islands ended the first day on 212-6. Kavem Hodge has topscored so far with 53, while Guyanese spinners Veerasammy Permaul and Dev Bishoo have two wickets each to date.

At Florence Hall, Jamaica's left-arm spinner Patrick Harty has taken four wickets so far to reduce the Leeward Islands to 215-9. Montcin Hodge made 52 and Terrence Warde 53 not out.
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