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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Sat Mar 07, 2020 6:24 am

Barbados had a small lead at the halfway stage of their match against Trinidad and Tobago at the Brian Lara stadium. Chemar Holder took 4-68, and there were three wickets each for medium pacers Kyle Mayers and Kevin Stoute, as the Trinidadians were bowled out for 239 all out, Joshua da Silva topscoring with 77. At stumps, Barbados were 254-9, Shane Dowrich topscoring with 96, and Ashley Nurse contributing 81. Kraigg Brathwaite was out for 13, while pacer Anderson Phillip has taken five wickets so far.

At Providence, offspinner Rahkeem Cornwall took 4-95 and pacer Jeremiah Louis 4-49 to dismiss defending champions Guyana for 261 all out, Vishal Singh topscoring with 90. In reply, the Leeward Islands were 73-2 at the close of the second day's play.

In Grenada, Jamaica made 381 all out, thanks to centuries from Nkrumah Bonner (135) and Paul Palmer (114 not out), while Preston McSween took 6-64. Veteran opener Devon Smith then hit an unbeaten half-century, as the Windward Islands began with a strong reply, reaching 132-2 at stumps on Day Two.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Sun Mar 08, 2020 6:09 am

In a see-saw encounter at Tarouba, Trinidad and Tobago took command of the third day's play. Anderson Phillip took 6-59 as leaders Barbados were dismissed for 260 all out. Trailing by 21 runs on first innings, the Trinidadians batted with more assurance in the second, closing on 343-9. Veteran Jason Mohammed has hit an unbeaten century, and he received support from Kyle Hope (67) and Akeal Hosein (55), while Ashley Nurse has taken four wickets to date.

The Leeward Islands were in control of their rain-affected match at Providence. In their first innings, the Leewards closed Day Three on 355-7, with half-centuries from Montcin Hodge (98), Amir Jangoo (90) and Jahmar Hamilton (67). Left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul has taken three wickets for Guyana so far.

In a chaotic penultimate day's play at St George's, a total of 21 wickets fell. Marquino Mindley took 4-48 and Jamie Merchant 3-36 to dismiss the Windwards for 217 all out, veteran opener Devon Smith topscoring with 72. Leading by 164 on first innings, Jamaica captain John Campbell decided not to enforce the follow-on, but batting again, the visitors were skittled out for an embarrassing 60 all out by Ryan John (4-26), Preston McSween (3-26) and Kenneth Dember, who took three wickets for nine runs. Chasing 225 for victory on today's final day, the Windwards closed on a precarious 51-3.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Mon Mar 09, 2020 3:27 am

At the Brian Lara stadium, Trinidad and Tobago beat Barbados by 147 runs. Jason Mohammed hit 115 not out as the Trinidadians made 350 all out in their second innings, offspinner Ashley Nurse finishing with 4-72. Chasing a target of 330 to win, Barbados were bowled out for 182 all out by Uthman Muhammad (4-28) and Akeal Hosein (3-44). Kyle Mayers topscored with 40.

The game at Providence ended in a draw. Left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul took 4-102 to bowl the Leeward Islands out for 378 all out. Trailing by 117 on first innings, Guyana made 228-8 declared, led by half-centuries from Leon Johnson (63) and wicketkeeper Anthony Bramble (69). Rahkeem Cornwall took 3-97 and Kasey Carty 3-30. Set 112 to win, the Leewards reached 33-1 in the 12 overs available.

In Grenada, the Windward Islands beat Jamaica by two wickets. Chasing 225 for victory, Andre Fletcher hit 71 and Sunil Ambris 56, while Marquino Mindley, Patrick Harty and Jamie Merchant took two wickets each.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Wed Mar 11, 2020 3:31 am

After seven 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 30 wickets at an average of less than 25.

1) Devon Smith (Wind) 567 runs @ average of 47.25
2) Leon Johnson (Guy) 460 runs @ ave of 41.81
3) Paul Palmer (Jca) 432 runs @ ave of 48
4) Nkrumah Bonner (Jca) 475 runs @ ave of 59.37
5) Kyle Mayers (Bdos) 630 runs @ ave of 57.27
6) Keron Cottoy (Wind) 369 runs @ ave of 61.50
7) Joshua da Silva (TT) (wkpr) 481 runs @ ave of 53.44
8) Rahkeem Cornwall (Lee) 155 runs @ ave of 22.14 & 30 wickets @ ave of 21.06
9) Akeal Hosein (TT) 33 wkts @ ave of 20.78
10) Veerasammy Permaul (Guy) 49 wkts @ ave of 11.83
11) Chemar Holder (Bdos) 34 wkts @ ave of 18.70

Players just outside of the team include Shayne Moseley, Jermaine Blackwood, Kavem Hodge, Chris Barnwell, Jason Mohammed, Vishal Singh, Keon Harding, Preston McSween, Kemar Roach and Nial Smith.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Fri Mar 13, 2020 1:26 pm

As the eighth round got under way yesterday, 12 wickets fell on the first day's play of the key encounter between leaders Barbados and defending champions Guyana at Providence. Keemo Paul took 3-62, and there were two wickets each for Romario Shepherd and Raymon Reifer, as they bowled Barbados out for 172 all out. Kraigg Brathwaite topscored with 48. At stumps, Guyana were 19-2.

At Tarouba, Trinidad and Tobago reached 298-5 at stumps, thanks to a knock of 54 from Kyle Hope, and unbeaten half-centuries from Jyd Goolie and Imran Khan. For the Windward Islands, pacer Preston McSween has taken three wickets to date.

In the cellar battle at North Sound, pacers Marquino Mindley (5-65) and Derval Green (4-85) bowled the Leeward Islands out for 260 all out, the only resistance being provided by tailenders Alzarri Joseph (89) and Jeremiah Louis (75). Jamaica were 47-1 at the end of the first day's play.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Sat Mar 14, 2020 3:49 am

This is probably the only cricket not affected by coronavirus...yet. Maybe because cases in Caribbean countries are still in single digits.

Leaders Barbados took control of their match while 18 wickets fell on the second day's play at Providence, when they shot out defending champions Guyana for a paltry 55 all out. Pacers Kemar Roach (5-20) and Jason Holder (4-24) did the damage, while Shimron Hetmyer topscored with 14. Leading by 119 on first innings, Barbados made 210 all out in their second, captain Kraigg Brathwaite leading the way with 84, against Keemo Paul's 4-52.

Trinidad and Tobago were in a strong position to push for victory at the halfway stage of their match at the Brian Lara stadium. Jyd Goolie hit 128 and Imran Khan 84, as the Trinidadians piled up 409 all out, against Preston McSween (5-60) and Kenneth Dember (3-125). Pacer Anderson Phillip took 4-53 and there were two wickets each for spinners Khan and Akeal Hosein, as the Windward Islands were bowled out for 179 all out. Veteran Devon Smith topscored with 67. The Windwards were asked to follow on.

In the bottom-of-the-table clash at the Viv Richards stadium, Jamaica were in command going into today's third day. Jermaine Blackwood hit 196 not out and John Campbell, returning after retiring hurt, 105 not out, to lead the Jamaicans to 413-4 for a first innings lead of 153 so far.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Sun Mar 15, 2020 7:49 am

At Providence, Barbados crushed Guyana by 235 runs. Chasing an unlikely target of 330, Guyana did not even get close, caving in for a paltry 94 all out. pacer Kemar Roach took 4-36 and seamer Jonathan Carter 3-13, while tailender Keemo Paul topscored with 36.

At Tarouba, Trinidad and Tobago hammered the Windward Islands by an innings and 84 runs. In their second innings, the Windwards were bowled out for 152 all out by pacer Anderson Phillip, who took 6-19. Keron Cottoy topscored with 35.

In Antigua, Jamaica were on the verge of forcing a win on today's final day. Jermaine Blackwood hit 248 and John Campbell 112, supported by a knock of 50 not out from tailender Jamie Merchant, as Jamaica piled up 561-9 declared. Pacer Alzarri Joseph took 3-130. Trailing by 301 on first innings, the Leeward Islands limped to 134-6 at stumps on the third day's play. Offspinner Merchant has taken three wickets to date, while opener Montcin Hodge has hit an unbeaten half-century.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Mon Mar 16, 2020 4:10 am

At North Sound, Jamaica crushed the Leeward Islands by an innings and 118 runs. Trailing by 301 on first innings, the Leewards could only manage 183 all out in their second, Montcin Hodge topscoring with 61. Pacer Derval Green took 5-75 and offspinner Jamie Merchant 3-12.
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Tue Mar 17, 2020 9:10 am

"Cricket West Indies (CWI) acting on the recommendation of its Medical Advisory Committee (MAC) has taken the decision to suspend all CWI Tournaments and face-to-face group meetings, from Monday March 16, for a minimum of 30 days."

https://www.windiescricket.com/news/cwi ... es-region/
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Re: West Indies Regional 4-day competition 2020

Postby mikesiva » Wed Mar 18, 2020 2:47 am

Points table after eight rounds...with just two rounds to go, Barbados are in the Liverpool position. They've practically won it.

1 Barbados 134.8
2 Trinidad & Tobago 94.6
3 Jamaica 91.8
4 Guyana 91.8
5 Windward Islands 78
6 Leeward Islands 52.8
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