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2017 Nagico Super 50

Postby mikesiva » Sun Jan 08, 2017 2:29 pm

Tuesday, January 24

Scorpions v Marooners – 3Ws Oval, Barbados

Pride vs Jaguars – Kensington Oval, Barbados



Wednesday, January 25

Volcanoes v West Indies Under-19s – Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua (9 am)

Hurricanes v Spitfire – Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua (1:30 pm)



Thursday, January 26

Marooners v ICC Americas – Windward, Lucas Street, St. Philip, Barbados

Jaguars v Scorpions – Kensington Oval



Friday, January 27

Hurricanes v West Indies Under-19s – SVRCG

Red Force v Volcanoes – CCG



Saturday, January 28

Pride v ICC Americas – 3Ws Oval

Marooners v Jaguars – Kensington Oval



Sunday, January 29

Red Force v Spitfire – SVRCG

Hurricanes v Volcanoes – CCG



Monday, January 30

Jaguars v ICC Americas – Windward, Lucas Street

Pride v Scorpions – Kensington Oval



Tuesday, January 31

Red Force v West Indies Under-19 – SVRCG

Volcanoes v Spitfire – CCG



Wednesday, February 1

ICC Americas v Scorpions – 3Ws Oval

Pride v Marooners – Kensington Oval



Thursday, February 2

West Indies Under-19s v Spitfire – SVRCG

Hurricanes v Red Force – CCG



Friday, February 3

Pride v ICC Americas – Windward, Lucas Street

Marooners v Jaguars – Kensington Oval



Saturday, February 4

Volcanoes v West Indies Under-19s – SVRCG

Hurricanes v Spitfire – CCG



Sunday, February 5

Pride v Jaguars – 3Ws Oval

Marooners v Scorpions – Kensington Oval



Monday, February 6

Hurricanes v West Indies Under-19s – SVRCG

Red Force v Volcanoes – CCG



Tuesday, February 7

Marooners v ICC Americas – Windward, Lucas Street

Jaguars v Scorpions – Kensington Oval



Wednesday, February 8

Red Force v Spitfire – SVRCG

Hurricane v Volcanoes – CCG



Thursday, February 9

Jaguars v ICC Americas – 3Ws Oval

Pride v Scorpions – Kensington Oval



Friday, February 10

Red Force v West Indies Under-19s – SVRCG

Volcanoes v Spitfire – CCG



Saturday, February 11

Scorpions v ICC Americas – Windward, Lucas Street

Pride v Marooners – Kensington Oval



Sunday, February 12

Spitfire v West Indies Under-19s – SVRCG

Hurricanes v Red Force – CCG



FINAL FOUR

Semi-finals

Wednesday, February 15

Zone A winners v Zone B runners-up – CCG

Thursday, February 16

Zone B winners v Zone A runners-up – CCG



GRAND FINAL

Saturday, February 18

Semi-final 1 winners v Semi-final 2 winners – CCG
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Re: 2017 Nagico Super 50

Postby mikesiva » Sat Jan 21, 2017 1:10 pm

Teams:

ICC Americas squad
Nitish Kumar (capt), Hamza Tariq (wk), Timroy Allen, Alex Amsterdam, Fahad Babar, Nikhil Dutta, Ali Khan, Kamau Leverock, Timil Patel, Cecil Pervez, Jessy Singh, Nicholas Standford, Steven Taylor, Srimantha Wijeyratne, Saad Bin Zafar

Barbados:
Jason Holder (captain), Anthony Alleyne, Sulieman Benn, Carlos Brathwaite, Kraigg Brathwaite, Jonathan Carter, Roston Chase, Miguel Cummins, Shane Dowrich, Shai Hope, Ashley Nurse, Kemar Roach, Kevin Stoute, Jomel Warrican.

Jamaica:
Nikita Miller (capt), John Campbell, Steven Taylor, Jermaine Blackwood, Brandon King, Andre McCarthy, Rovman Powell, Chadwick Walton, Devon Thomas, Damion Jacobs, Jerome Taylor, Reynard Leveridge, Gavon Brown, Damani Sewell.

Guyana:
Leon Johnson (Captain), Veerasammy Permaul (Vice-Captain), Anthony Bramble (Wkp), Shimron Hetmyer, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Christopher Barnwell, Raymon Reifer, Rajendra Chandrika, Steven Jacobs, Assad Fudadin, Devendra Bishoo, Ronsford Beaton, Paul Wintz, and Jonathan Foo.

Trinidad:
Denesh Ramdin (captain), Kyle Hope, Evin Lewis, Kjorn Ottley, Jason Mohammed, Nicholas Alexis, Roshon Primus, Ravi Rampaul, Shannon Gabriel, Khary Pierre, Jon-Russ Jaggesar, Imran Khan, Sheldon Cottrell, Rayad Emrit.

Windwards: TBA

Leewards: Kieran Powell (captain), Rahkeem Cornwall, Marlon Samuels,Montcin Hodge, Chesney Hughes, Nkrumah Bonner, Jahmar Hamilton, Jermaine Otto, Orlando Peters, Alzarri Joseph, Akeal Hosein and Kevon Cooper.

West Indies Under-19: Te-Shawn Alleyne, Alick Athanaze, Joshua Bishop, Shian Brathwaite, Kirstan Kallicharan, Mikyle Louis, Obed McCoy, Matthew Patrick, Keemo Paul, Jeavor Royal, Javier Spencer, Shamar Springer, Emmanuel Stewart, Bhaskar Yadram.

Kent: Adam Ball, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Hugh Bernard, Alex Blake, Matt Coles, Sean Dickson, Will Gidman, Calum Haggett, Matt Hunn, Sam Northeast, Imran Qayyum, Adam Riley, Ollie Robinson, Adam Rouse, Darren Stevens, Ivan Thomas, James Tredwell

CCC: captain Jamal Smith, Kyle Corbin, Aaron Jones, Ryan Hinds, Keon Harding, Raymond Bynoe, Amir Jangoo, Mark Deyal, Vikash Mohan (Trinidad & Tobago), Cassius Burton, Christopher Powell, Jermaine Levy (Jamaica), Larry Edward (St. Lucia) and Nino Henry (Antigua).
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Re: 2017 Nagico Super 50

Postby mikesiva » Wed Jan 25, 2017 10:11 am

Kraigg Brathwaite hit 101 and Jonathan Carter 75, as Barbados crushed Guyana by 145 runs at Kensington Oval yesterday. Barbados 302-7 as there were two wickets each for spinners Veerasammy Permaul and Dev Bishoo. Bajan spinners Ashley Nurse (4-42) and Suleimann Benn (4-35) then routed the Guyanese for 157 in just 32 overs, Leon Johnson topscoring with 55.

The Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC) crushed Jamaica by 75 runs at the 3Ws Oval. Amir Jangoo hit 64 as the CCC limped to 215-8, legspinner Damion Jacobs taking two wickets. Pacer Keon Harding took 3-30 and Mark Deyal 3-22 as the CCC dismissed Jamaica for a paltry 140 in 35 overs, Brandon King topscoring with 48.
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Re: 2017 Nagico Super 50

Postby mikesiva » Thu Jan 26, 2017 10:13 am

The Leewards beat Kent by seven wickets on D/L at Coolidge in Antigua yesterday. Pacer Gavin Tonge took 4-39 to restrict the Spitfires to 233-9, Callum Haggett topscoring with 45. Nkrumah Bonner then hit 78 not out to victory with more than six overs to spare. Adam Riley took two wickets for Kent.

In a low-scoring match at North Sound, Windwards beat the West Indies Under-19 by 21 runs. Pacer Keemo Paul took 4-31 to dismiss the Windwards for 221, Sunil Ambris topscoring with 54. Mervin Mathew then took 4-38 to restrict the Under-19s to 200-9, Bhaskar Yadram topscoring with 52.
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Re: 2017 Nagico Super 50

Postby mikesiva » Fri Jan 27, 2017 10:39 am

Jamaica beat Guyana by 41 runs at Kensington Oval yesterday. Opener Chadwick Walton hit 82 and Devon Thomas 56 not out, to lead Jamaica to 249-8, while there were two wickets each for Raymon Reifer, Veerasammy Permaul and Steven Jacobs. Veteran Shiv Chanderpaul made 101, but there was nothing of note from the promising youngsters, as Guyana were bowled out for 208 by pacers Jerome Taylor (5-40) and Reynard Leveridge (3-38).

The CCC easily beat a poor Americas team by seven wickets at Lucas Street. Keon Harding, Jermaine Levy and Vikash Mohan took two wickets each to restrict the Americas for a paltry 181-9, Timroy Allen topscoring with 42. Amir Jangoo then hit 52 and Kyle Corbin 47 not out to lead the CCC to victory with more than four overs to spare.
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Re: 2017 Nagico Super 50

Postby mikesiva » Sat Jan 28, 2017 3:19 pm

Trinidad had a close two-wicket win over the Windwards at Coolidge yesterday. Wicketkeeper Sunil Ambris topscored with 66, and allrounder Darren Sammy hammered 60 not out 36 balls, to take the Windwards to 266-7. Pacer Ravi Rampaul took 4-43. Opener Evin Lewis then made 64, and Jason Mohammed 80, to lead Trinidad to victory with just two overs to spare. Medium pacer Kyle Mayers took 3-59.

Opener Kieran Powell virtually secured his recall to a weak West Indies ODI side, recently thrashed in Zimbabwe, and with a number of vacancies, by hitting 105 in the Leewards' convincing 88-run win over an outclassed Under-19 side. Keemo Paul took 4-42 to dismiss the Leewards for 245. However, part-time spinner Nkrumah Bonner took 3-30, and there were two wickets each for pacers Kevon Cooper, Alzarri Joseph and Gavin Tonge, as they skittled out the Under-19s for 157. Shamar Springer was the only batsman to offer any resistance with a top score of 57.
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Re: 2017 Nagico Super 50

Postby mikesiva » Sun Jan 29, 2017 1:29 pm

There were two disappointing batting performances in Barbados yesterday.

Guyana crushed the CCC by eight wickets at Kensington Oval. Left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul took 3-19 to skittle the CCC out for an embarrassing 129 all out, Kyle Corbin topscoring with just 28. Raj Chandrika then hit 43 and Raymon Reifer 67 not out, as Guyana easily knocked off the total using up only half the overs available.

At the 3W's Oval, Barbados hammered a very poor Americas team by eight wickets. Spinners Ashley Nurse (4-26) and Suleimann Benn (3-19) routed the Americas for a mere 103 all out, Kamau Leverock topscoring with just 21. Kraigg Brathwaite then hit 43 not out as Barbados knocked off the target with 21 overs to spare.
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Re: 2017 Nagico Super 50

Postby mikesiva » Mon Jan 30, 2017 3:29 pm

There were two more disappointing batting performances yesterday, this time in Antigua.

The Leewards crushed a poor Windwards side by a massive 184 runs at Coolidge. Kieran Powell continued to press his claims for a recall when he hit 135, and he was supported by knocks of 54 and 70 not out from Montcin Hodge and Rahkeem Cornwall respectively, as the Leewards piled up a mammoth 333-6. Part-time spinner Liam Sebastien took 3-42. Pacer Alzarri Joseph then took 6-31 to rout the Windwards for a mere 149 all out, Kyle Mayers topscoring with 45.

At the Viv Richards Stadium, Kent easily beat Trinidad by five wickets. Ivan Thomas took 4-51 to dismiss Trinidad for a paltry 191, Roshon Primus topscoring with 60. Sean Dickson then topscored with 56 as Kent knocked off the target with more than 15 overs to spare. Pacer Ravi Rampaul took 3-46.
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Re: 2017 Nagico Super 50

Postby mikesiva » Tue Jan 31, 2017 10:37 am

Low batting totals continued to dog the Nagico Super50 in Barbados yesterday.

At Kensington Oval, Barbados squeezed a narrow one-wicket win over Jamaica. Pacers Kemar Roach (3-58) and Jason Holder (3-28) dismissed Jamaica for a paltry 190. Allrounder Rovman Powell hit 74, and he was supported by Jermaine Blackwood with 40. Wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich topscored with 40 as Barbados just got home with two overs to spare. Pacer Jerome Taylor took 3-39.

At Lucas Street, Guyana beat the Americas by five runs on D/L in their rain-affected game. Pacer Ronsford Beaton took 4-28 to restrict the Americas to 220-7, Nitish Kumar topscoring with 66. Opener Asad Fudadin then hit 54, and Leon Johnson 78, to take Guyana to victory.
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Postby mikesiva » Wed Feb 01, 2017 4:12 pm

In another embarrassing batting display, the outclassed Under-19s were crushed by Trinidad by eight wickets at North Sound with nearly all of 40 overs to spare! Left-arm pacer Sheldon Cottrell took three wickets for just six runs, and there were two wickets each for Roshon Primus and Khary Pierre, as Trinidad scuttled the Under-19s for a pathetic 58 all out. Wicketkeeper Emmanuel Stewart scored more than half his team's total with 30. Evin Lewis and Nicholas Alexis hit 19s as Trinidad easily knocked off the target.

A second-string Kent side showed regional sides how you go about chasing a challenging total, by beating the Windwards by four wickets at Coolidge. Callum Haggett (4-59) and Imran Qayyum (3-42) restricted the Windwards to 241-9, wicketkeeper Sunil Ambris topscoring with a round 50. There were 40s for Sam Northeast and Adam Ball, as Kent chased down the target with almost four overs to spare. There were two wickets each for Kavem Hodge and Shane Shillingford.
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Re: 2017 Nagico Super 50

Postby mikesiva » Thu Feb 02, 2017 12:07 pm

Yesterday, there were two one-sided victories in Barbados.

At Kensington Oval, Barbados thrashed the CCC by 200 runs. Roston Chase hit 76, and there were 40s from Kraigg Brathwaite and Jonathan Carter, as Barbados piled up 294, Jermaine Levy taking 3-64. Left-arm spinner Suleimann Benn then captured 3-25, and there were two wickets each for Jason Holder and Ashley Nurse, as they dismissed CCC for an embarrassing 94 all out.

At the Three Ws Oval, Jamaica hammered the Americas by 66 runs on D/L. Andre McCarthy and John Campbell hit 60s, and Rovman Powell chipped in with 52 not out, as Jamaica piled up an imposing 251-5. Saad bin Jafar took two wickets for the Americas. Legspinner Damion Jacobs then took 5-24 to dismiss the Americas for just 187. Opener Kamau Leverock hit 75, but received no support from the other batsmen, as the Americas reach the halfway stage of the competition still winless.
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Re: 2017 Nagico Super 50

Postby dan08 » Thu Feb 02, 2017 8:54 pm

Not quite England standards but Kent just lost 8/51 to lose to WI U19s...
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Re: 2017 Nagico Super 50

Postby mikesiva » Fri Feb 03, 2017 3:10 pm

dan08 wrote:Not quite England standards but Kent just lost 8/51 to lose to WI U19s...

In a low-scoring game at the Viv Richards stadium, the West Indies Under-19s pulled off a major upset, beating Kent by 28 runs. But it did not look like happening when Ivan Thomas took 3-39, and there were two wickets each for Darren Stevens and Adam Riley, as they bowled the Under-19s out for just 155. Opener Matthew Patrick topscored with 45. But then Joshua Bishop took 4-44, and Bhaskar Yadram three wickets for just six runs, to skittle Kent out for a pathetic 127 all out. Captain Sam Northeast topscored with 37.

In an exciting encounter at Coolidge, Trinidad handed the Leewards their first defeat of the tournament, beating them by just 11 runs. When left-arm spinner Jason Campbell took 5-37 to restrict Trinidad to just 226-9, it seemed that this target would not be enough. Nicholas Alexis made 50, and Imran Khan 45 not out. When openers Montcin Hodge (82) and Kieran Powell (52) put on 115 for the first wicket, the Leewards appeared to be coasting to victory. But then debutant spinner Khary Pierre took 4-40, and medium pacer Rayad Emrit 3-49, to dismiss the Leewards for 215 all out.
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Re: 2017 Nagico Super 50

Postby Dr Cricket » Fri Feb 03, 2017 9:52 pm

seems like plenty of poor wickets again in the carribean something needs to be done.
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Re: 2017 Nagico Super 50

Postby mikesiva » Sat Feb 04, 2017 4:01 pm

bhaveshgor wrote:seems like plenty of poor wickets again in the carribean something needs to be done.

Quite right...the pitch at Coolidge is awful, and the outfield is even worse. I assume that you, like me, were watching Leewards vs Trinidad on ESPN, which is on channel 530, if you have Virgin. It seems that ESPN are only carrying the matches at the CCG. The next match up is Leewards vs Kent this evening, starting in just over two hours' time.

At Lucas Street yesterday, Barbados thrashed a very poor Americas by 171 runs. Kraigg Brathwaite hit 108, and he was supported by knocks from Jonathan Carter (57) and Roston Chase (40), as Barbados piled up 282-9. Cecil Pervez (3-58) and Timil Patel (3-57) were the most successful bowlers for the Americas. Jason Holder then took 3-25, and there were two wickets each for Kemar Roach and Jomel Warrican, as the Americas were shot out for a paltry 111 all out. Timroy Allen topscored with 36.

At Kensington Oval, Guyana beat the CCC by six wickets. Pacer Ronsford Beaton took 3-52 and there were two wickets for left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul, as Guyana bowled out the CCC for just 188, Amir Jangoo topscoring with 30. Leon Johnson then hit 71, and veteran Shiv Chanderpaul 58 not out, as Guyana easily chased down the target.
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