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Re: Caribbean PCL 2017-18

Postby Arthur Crabtree » Mon Nov 13, 2017 1:40 pm

Well done Shiv.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2017-18

Postby mikesiva » Wed Nov 15, 2017 9:37 am

Yes, Shiv saved the day for Guyana. Points table after three rounds....

1) Guyana - 46.6 points
2) Trinidad - 41.4 points
3) Leewards - 38.6 points
4) Barbados - 23.2 points
5) Jamaica - 18.2 points
6) Windwards - 15.6 points
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2017-18

Postby mikesiva » Fri Nov 17, 2017 9:18 am

Unusual for the PCL, the bat dominated the ball on the opening day of all three matches in the fourth round yesterday.

In Tarouba , defending champions Guyana made 245-2 against a toiling Trinidad attack, thanks largely to an unbeaten century from captain Leon Johnson, and a knock of 84 from opening batsman Tagenarine Chanderpaul, son of Shiv.

In Basseterre, there were half-centuries from Paul Palmer (78 not out), John Campbell (57) and Assad Fudadin (58), as Jamaica posted 315-7. Offspinner Rahkeem Cornwall has taken three wickets so far for the Leewards.

In Kingstown, Barbados reached 273-5, on the back of half-centuries from Anthony Alleyne (84), Shane Moseley (54), Kenroy Williams (55), and Kevin Stoute (59 not out). Part-timer Tyrone Theophile has taken three wickets so far for the Windwards.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2017-18

Postby mikesiva » Sat Nov 18, 2017 3:15 pm

In the day-night match at the Brian Lara stadium, defending champions Guyana piled up 484-8 declared, thanks largely to knocks of 165 from captain Leon Johnson and a round 100 from Vishal Singh. Offspinner Bryan Charles took 5-134. At stumps on the second day, Trinidad were 51 without loss.

At the halfway stage of the match at Warner Park, the game was still evenly balanced. Offspinner Rahkeem Cornwall took 4-86 to bowl Jamaica out for 342, Paul Palmer topscoring with 86. Left-arm spinner Nikita Miller has taken three wickets so far to leave the Leewards at 209-6 at the end of the second day's play. Opener Montcin Hodge has topscored so far with a round 50.

At Arnos Vale, part-timer Tyrone Theophile took 5-65 to dismiss Barbados for 360. Kevin Stoute topscored with 84. Left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican has taken two wickets so far to leave the Windwards reeling at 151-5 at the end of Day Two, Roland Cato leading the resistance to date with 47 not out.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2017-18

Postby mikesiva » Sun Nov 19, 2017 12:41 pm

On the third day's play, it was back to the usual practice of wickets tumbling in the PCL.

In South Trinidad, 16 wickets fell, leaving defending champions on the verge of a comprehensive victory going into today's final day. Left-arm spinners Veerasammy Permaul (4-43) and Gudakesh Motie (4-46) routed the hosts for a paltry 120 all out in their first innings, Amir Jangoo topscoring with 39. Forced to follow on 364 runs behind, Trinidad were reeling in their second on 106-6 at stumps, allrounder Keemo Paul with four wickets to date.

In St Kitts, 14 wickets tumbled leaving that game nicely balanced. Veteran left-arm spinner Nikita Miller signalled his return from surgery, by taking 5-65 to dismiss the Leewards for a disappointing 232 all out. Leading by 110 runs on first innings, Jamaica fared even worse in the second, all out for 191. Tailender Derval Green hit 51, while offspinner Rahkeem Cornwall took 4-32.

In St Vincent, 14 wickets also fell on yesterday's penultimate day, leaving Barbados in a strong position to force a win today. Spinners Jomel Warrican (3-49) and Kenroy Williams (3-21) dismissed the Windwards for only 222 all out, despite half-centuries from Roland Cato (64) and Kyle Mayers (56 not out). Despite leading by 138 on first innings, Barbados slumped to 148-9 at the end of the third day's play, their batting line up ruined by offspinner Shane Shillingford, who took 5-70. Wicketkeeper Mario Rampersaud is the only batsman to offer any resistance, with 31 not out.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2017-18

Postby mikesiva » Mon Nov 20, 2017 12:23 pm

Poor batting continued to plague the PCL on the fourth day of the fourth round yesterday. Guyana, Jamaica and Barbados all registered convincing wins.

In the day-night match just outside San Fernando, Guyana crushed Trinidad by a mammoth innings and 217 runs. Left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul took 5-54 and pacer Keemo Paul 4-26 to dismiss Trinidad for a paltry 147 all out, Imran Khan and Daniel St Clair topscoring with 28 each.

Set 302 to win in Basseterre, the Leewards failed dismally, bowled out for a mere 144 by veteran left-arm spinner Nikita Miller, who took 5-31, showing once again why he's an indispensable member of the Jamaica team. Montcin Hodge and Terrence Warde topscored with 30 each.

In Kingstown, Barbados crushed the Windwards by 135 runs, in the midst of a string of low scores. Offspinner Shane Shillingford opened the bowling and took 5-74 to dismiss Barbados for 171, Mario Ramprasad topscoring with 36 not out. Chasing an unlikely 310 to win, the Windwards did not get close, collapsing to 174 all out. Kyle Mayers topscored with 76, offspinner Kenroy Williams taking 4-36.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2017-18

Postby mikesiva » Wed Nov 22, 2017 11:08 am

Defending champions Guyana standing out like a giant among pygmies. Here's the table after four rounds....

1) Guyana - 64.8 points
2) Leewards - 44.6 points
3) Barbados - 42.4 points
4) Trinidad - 41.8 points
5) Jamaica - 36.6 points
6) Windwards - 18.4 points
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