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Postby mikesiva » Fri Dec 07, 2018 10:28 am

At the 3Ws Oval, spinner Hayden Walsh Jr, who has now nailed his colours to the United States, took 5-75 to dismiss the Leewards for 252 all out. Keacy Carty made 114, but there was not much else. Barbados were 12 without loss at the end of the first day's play.

At the Darren Sammy ground, 12 wickets fell on the first day. Offspinner Shane Shillingford took 4-59 to dismiss defending champions Guyana for 224 all out, Vishaul Singh topscoring with 75. The Windwards were 32-2 at stumps.

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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Sat Dec 08, 2018 11:38 am

It was slow going at Cave Hill, as Barbados crawled to 197-6 at the close of the second day's play in response to the Leewards 252. Jonathan Carter has topscored with 63 so far, while left-arm pacer Sheldon Cottrell has taken three wickets to date.

At the halfway stage of their match in St Lucia, Guyana were in command. Pacer Clinton Pestano took 4-46 and left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul 3-13 to dismiss the Windwards for 187 all out, Alick Athanaze and Delorn Johnson hitting 34s. Leading by 37 on first innings, the tourists were 115-3 at stumps, captain Leon Johnson leading the way with 51.
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Postby mikesiva » Sun Dec 09, 2018 1:42 pm

A total of 15 wickets fell on the penultimate day's play at the 3Ws Oval. Pacers Alzarri Joseph (4-48) and Sheldon Cottrell (3-48) dismissed Barbados for 248 all out. Leading by a mere four runs on first innings, the Leewards collapsed to 165 all out in their second turn at bat. Pacer Miguel Cummins took 3-29 while tailender Jeremiah Louis topscored with 38. Chasing 170 for victory, Barbados were 13-1 at stumps.

Guyana were in a good position to force a win going into today's final day at Beausejour. In their second innings, Guyana made 310-4 declared, on the back of knocks by Tagenarine Chanderpaul (84 not out), Clinton Pestano (69) and Chris Barnwell (61 not out). Set an unlikely 348 for victory, the Windwards limped to 54-2 at the close of the third day's play.
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Postby mikesiva » Mon Dec 10, 2018 10:23 am

In a low-scoring game at Cave Hill, the Leewards beat Barbados by 34 runs. Terrence Warde took 4-33 and Alzarri Joseph 3-16 to dismiss Barbados for 135 all out, Shamarh Brooks topscoring with 32.

At Gros Islet, Guyana crushed the Windwards by 125 runs. Left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul took 3-56 to dismiss the Windwards for 222 all out. Alick Athanaze made 64 not out and Taryck Gabriel 57.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Fri Dec 14, 2018 10:47 am

On the opening day of the second round, low scores continue to be the main feature of the four-day competition.

At North Sound, 12 wickets fell on the opening day. Romario Shepherd (4-46) and Gudakesh Motie (3-23) dismissed the Leewards for 182 all out. Montcin Hodge made 50 and Devon Thomas 58, but there was not much else. Guyana were 36-2 at stumps.

At Cave Hill, Nikita Miller (4-53) and Derval Green (3-10) skittled Barbados out for a lowly 167 all out, Jonathan Carter topscoring with 51. Jamaica were 102 without loss at the end of the opening day's play.

At the Brian Lara stadium, legspinner Imran Khan took 4-47 to dismiss the Windwards for 206, Kirk Edwards topscoring with 55. Trinidad were 79-1 at the close.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Sat Dec 15, 2018 5:15 pm

Guyana took command at the halfway stage of their match at the Viv Richards stadium, when they secured a 107-run lead on first innings over the Leewards. Vishaul Singh made 90 and Chris Barnwell 46 as Guyana made 289 all out, against offspinner Rahkeem Cornwall's 4-48.

At the 3Ws Oval, Jamaica took a commanding lead over Barbados. John Campbell hit 78 and captain Paul Palmer 67, as Jamaica made 248 all out against Jomel Warrican's 8-89. Trailing by 81 on first innings, Barbados were bundled out for 187 all out the second time around. Shayne Moseley topscored with 48, the next highest score being out-of-form West Indies opener Kraigg Brathwaite with 37. Spinners Nikita Miller (6-76) and Dennis Bulli (3-41) did the damage.

In a low-scoring match at Tarouba, Trinidad forged a narrow 19-run lead on first innings. Jeremy Solozano hit 104, but there was not much else, as offspinner Shane Shillingford (6-74) and pacer Sherman Lewis (3-62) bowled the hosts out for 225 all out.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Sun Dec 16, 2018 11:44 am

Low scores continued to plague the second round of the PCL.

Set a mere 107 for victory, Jamaica were bundled out for a pathetic 65 all out by Barbados on the third day of their match at Cave Hill by Jomel Warrican (4-27) and Miguel Cummins (4-19). John Campbell topscored with 19.

In Antigua, the Guyanese tightened the noose around the Leewards going into today's final day. Trailing by 107, the Leewards closed on 130-7 for a lead of just 23 runs with only three wickets remaining. Left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul has taken five wickets to date, while Rahkeem Cornwall is the topscorer for the hosts so far with 27.

At the Brian Lara stadium, the match was still in the balance at the end of the penultimate day's play. Roland Cato hit 103 and Taryk Gabriel 58 to take the Windwards to 288 all out in their second innings. The wickets were shared by spinners Brian Charles (5-113) and Imran Khan (4-79). Set 270 to win, Trinidad were 133-5 at stumps, Kyle Hope topscoring so far with 28, and offspinner Shane Shillingford snaring three wickets to date.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Mon Dec 17, 2018 10:20 am

At the Viv Richards stadium, Guyana strolled to a convincing nine-wicket win over the Leewards. Left-arm spinners Veerasammy Permaul (5-57) and Gudakesh Motie (3-11) spun the Leewards out for 138 all out. Set a paltry target of 32, Guyana reached it for the loss of one wicket.

At Tarouba, the Windwards beat Trinidad by 76 runs. Offspinner Shane Shillingford took 6-73 to dismiss Trinidad for 193 all out, wicketkeeper Joshua da Silva topscoring with 41 not out.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Sat Jan 05, 2019 4:44 pm

As the third round started after the Christmas break, at Bridgetown defending champions Guyana got off to a good start in their top-of-the-table clash with Barbados. Opening batsman Chandrapaul Hemraj hit 144, and there were unbeaten 50s from Raymon Reifer and wicketkeeper Anthony Bramble, as Guyana posted 319-5 at the end of the first day's play. Offspinner Ashley Nurse has taken two wickets so far.

In Kingston, Kavem Hodge took 4-40 to dismiss Jamaica for an unimpressive 210 all out, Assad Fudadin topscoring with 81, and Chadwick Walton making 52. The Windwards were 34-1 at stumps.

At Tarouba, opening batsman Montcin Hodge hit an unbeaten century to guide the Leewards to 291-6, supported by a knock of 65 from allrounder Rahkeem Cornwall. Pacer Shannon Gabriel has taken three wickets to date for Trinidad.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Sun Jan 06, 2019 12:34 pm

At Kensington Oval, Guyana piled up a commanding 548 all out on the second day of their match against Barbados. Anthony Bramble hit 130 not out and he was supported by half-centuries from Raymon Reifer (75) and Sherfane Rutherford (54). Barbados's Test bowling attack of Kemar Roach, Miguel Cummins, Jason Holder, Jomel Warrican and Roston Chase could only manage 3-379 between them, while offspinner Ashley Nurse captured 4-122. The hosts were 33-1 at stumps.

A total of 15 wickets fell on the second day at Sabina Park, as medium-pacer Rovman Powell took 5-23 to dismiss the Windwards for a paltry 113 all out, captain Kirk Edwards topscoring with 29. Leading by 97 on first innings, Jamaica limped to 129-6 at the close of play, Jermaine Blackwood topscoring so far with 35. There are two wickets each to date for Sherman Lewis, Josh Thomas and Larry Edwards.

At the Brian Lara stadium, opening batsman Montcin Hodge hit 158 as the Leewards were in a strong position at the halfway stage of their match against Trinidad. Tailender Jeremiah Louis also hit 51 not out as the Leewards made 425 all out, against pacers Shannon Gabriel (3-54) and Daniel St Clair (3-61). Opener Jeremy Solozano made 78 not out to lead Trinidad to 149-4 at stumps.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Mon Jan 07, 2019 9:39 am

In a very rare occurrence in the PCL, all three games went into the final day.

At Bridgetown, left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul took 4-124 to dismiss Barbados for 360 all out. Wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich hit 81 and Jonathan Carter 68. Since Guyana made 548, and lead by over 150 on first innings, they will decide overnight whether to enforce the follow-on, or to bat again on today's final day.

In a low-scoring match in Kingston, the game was in the balance. In their second innings, Jamaica were bowled out for a mere 189 all out by Josh Thomas, who took 4-44. Assad Fudadin topscored once more with 48. Set 287 for victory, the Windwards were 176-4 at stumps on the penultimate day, Roland Cato hitting 54. Medium pacer Rovman Powell has taken two wickets so far.

In a turnaround at Tarouba, 10 wickets fell on what was a good batting pitch on the first two days. Trinidad were bowled out for 252 all out by Rahkeem Cornwall (4-73) and Alzarri Joseph (3-80), Jeremy Solozano topscoring with 80. Leading by 173 on first innings, the Leewards opted not to enforce the follow-on, and, batting again, limped to 168-6 declared. Montcin Hodge made 77 not out, but there was not much else, as pacer Shannon Gabriel took 3-35. Trinidad have been set a victory target of 342 on today's final day.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Tue Jan 08, 2019 1:50 pm

Defending champions Guyana continued their dominance of the PCL when they comprehensively beat a Barbados team comprising seven Test players by six wickets at Kensington Oval. Following on 188 runs behind, Barbados could only manage 232 all out in their second innings, against left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul (4-73) and medium pacer Raymon Reifer (3-53). Roston Chase made 68 and Shane Dowrick 65. Set a mere 45 to win, Guyana contrived to loss four wickets in chasing the target, pacers Miguel Cummins and Kemar Roach taking two wickets each.

At Sabina Park, the Windwards beat Jamaica by five wickets. Captain Kirk Edwards hit 76 and Kavem Hodge 59 not out, to take the visitors to 289-5, against medium pacer Rovman Powell, who took two wickets.

At the Brian Lara stadium, the Leewards won by 245 runs. Trinidad chased 342 for an unlikely victory, but crashed to an embarrassing 96 all out. Pacer Alzarri Joseph took 4-22 and offspinner Rahkeem Cornwall 4-29, while opener Jeremy Solozano topscored with 42.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Fri Jan 11, 2019 11:45 am

Two matches started yesterday in the fourth round of the PCL.

At Providence, opening batsman Tage Chanderpaul ground his way to 71 not out from 297 balls, while wicketkeeper Anthony Bramble struck a whirlwind run-a-ball 168, to propel defending champions Guyana to 307-6 against the Windwards. Josh Thomas has taken three wickets to date.

In the bottom-of-the-table clash at Sabina Park, Trinidad limped to 134-7 in a match truncated by wet spots on the pitch. Medium pacer Rovman Powell has taken three wickets so far for Jamaica, while Yannick Cariah has topscored with 22. Darren Bravo, on his return to four-day cricket, could only manage 17.
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Postby mikesiva » Sat Jan 12, 2019 10:17 am

In Georgetown, Guyana continued their dominance of the PCL on the second day's play when they posted 454-9 declared in their first innings. Tage Chanderpaul ground his way to 117 not out, while Romario Shepherd chipped in with a quickfire 72, and Josh Thomas took 4-94. Pacer Keemo Paul then took four wickets to reduce the Windwards to 99-5 at stumps, Alick Athanaze topscoring with 25 not out to date.

Low scores continued to be the main feature of games in Kingston, as Trinidad took control of the match at the halfway stage. On a day in which 15 wickets fell, left-arm spinner Nikita Miller took 5-62 and medium pacer Rovman Powell 3-40 to dismiss Trinidad for 203 all out, Yannick Cariah topscoring with 61. However, pacer Anderson Phillip took a hat-trick, finishing with 3-26, and there were two wickets each for Dennis St Clair, Khary Pierre and Odean Smith, as they bowled Jamaica out for a paltry 112 all out, Chadwick Walton topscoring with 35. Leading by 91, Trinidad were 62-2 at the end of the day's play.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Mon Jan 14, 2019 9:33 am

At Providence, Guyana comprehensively beat the Windwards by eight wickets. Pacer Keemo Paul took 6-57 to dismiss the Windwards for 209 all out, Alick Athanaze topscoring with 66. Following on 245 runs behind, the Windwards batted better in their second innings, making 361 all out on the back a captain's innings of 139 from Kirk Edwards. He was supported by veteran opener Devon Smith (65) and his nephew, wicketkeeper Dennis Smith (67). Paul took 4-72 in the second innings. Set 117 for victory, Guyana chased down the target for the loss of two wickets, Shimron Hetmyer making 61.

In the cellar battle at Sabina Park, Trinidad beat Jamaica by 157 runs. In their second innings, Trinidad made 233 all out, nightwatchman Khary Pierre topscoring with 46 against left-arm spinner Nikita Miller, who took 7-87. Set 325 for victory, Jamaica collapsed to 167 all out to the spin attack of Imran Khan (5-59) and Pierre (3-29). Opening batsman Oraine Williams topscored with 56.
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