FOUR-DAY: Sinclair spins Harpy Eagles back into contest against West Indies Academy

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ImageKevin Sinclair (file photo) " data-medium-file="https://i0.wp.com/newsroom.gy/wp-conten ... C169&ssl=1" data-large-file="https://i0.wp.com/newsroom.gy/wp-conten ... C478&ssl=1" />Another lackluster batting performance by the Guyana Harpy Eagles saw them dismissed for 175 on day one of their Four-Day match against West Indies Academy at the Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua. However, the Eagles managed to claw their way back into the match by thus far restricting the Academy team to 96-4, compliments of Kevin Sinclair. Under pressure for early wickets, Kevin Sinclair spun Harpy Eagles back into the contest with 4-32 from nine overs, as Eagles still hold a 79-run lead over the Academy. Rashawn Worrell is leading Academy’s resistance with an unbeaten 34 from 75 balls, while Joshua Bishop is on 33 from 42 balls. The Harpy Eagles would rue not making the most of their first innings due to soft dismissals. In their previous match against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes, in which they lost by 273 runs, Harpy Eagles failed to reach the 200 mark in both the first and second innings. It was another series of starts for Harpy Eagles, but none of the batters took off to convert into a notable score. Ronaldo Alimohamed continued his decent form with a top score of 30 not out, while Matthew Nandu (28), Kevin Sinclair (24), and Tevin Imlach (24) all did the hard work early and then failed to carry on. Impressive pacer Joshua James rocked the Harpy Eagles with 4-43 from 13.3 overs while Johann Layne (2-27), Joshua Bishop (2-31), Ashmead Nedd (1-22) and Kelvin Pitman (1-46) were among the wickets as well. The defending champions are in the penultimate position on the points table. FULL SCORECARD: https://matchcentre.windiescricket.com/match/a3259dd7-1e4d-429d-9e57-72c7104be726/scorecard Summarised scores of the other round-three matches: At Warner Park, St. Kitts: Trinidad and Tobago Red Force 137 all out from 60.2 overs (Jyd Goolie 30, Joshua Dasilva 23, Terrance Hinds 21; Colin Archibald 3-28, Jeremiah Louis 3-38, Rahkeem Cornwall 2-5, Daniel Doram 2-32) lead Leeward Islands Hurricanes 105-1 from 29 overs (Kieran Powell 54*, Mikyle Louis 34, Keacy Carty 11*; Bryan Charles 1-20) by 32 runs At Sabina Park, Jamaica: Jamaica Scorpions 269 all out from 78.4 overs (Romaine Morrison 97*, Kirk McKenzie 40, Carlos Brown 40; Jomel Warrican 5-62, Jair McAllister 3-69) lead Barbados Pride 15-0 (Zachary McCaskie 13*) by 254 runs At Chedwin Park, Jamaica: Combined Campuses & Colleges 204 all out from 71.3 overs (Demario Richards 46, Damel Evelyn 43, Jonathan Carter 31; Darel Cyrus 6-72; Gilon Tyson 3-32) v Windward Islands Volcanoes

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