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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:07 pm

As the fifth round got started yesterday, the Leewards bowled out defending champions Guyana cheaply at Providence. Spinners Rahkeem Cornwall (4-70) and Damion Jacobs (3-15) skittled the hosts out for 196 all out, allrounder Chris Barnwall topscoring with 58. At stumps, the Leewards were 57-3 in reply.

It was a similar story at Tarouba, where medium pacer Kevin Stoute took 6-35 to dismiss Trinidad for a mere 170 all out, Yannick Cariah topscoring with 36. In reply, Barbados were 52-3 at stumps.

At St George's, the Windwards were 263-6 at the end of the first day's play, thanks mainly to a knock of 124 from veteran opener Devon Smith, supported by Kavem Hodge, who made 56. Spinner Dennis Bulli has taken five wickets so far for Jamaica.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Sat Jan 19, 2019 11:38 am

The match in Georgetown continued to be a low-scoring affair, as Guyana bowled out the Leewards for 175 all out on the second day's play. Pacers Clinton Pestano and Romario Shepherd took 4-50 and 3-29 respectively to give Guyana a 21-run lead on first innings. Terrence Warde topscored with 30. Batting a second time, Guyana were 76-2 at stumps.

Runs were also hard to get at the Brian Lara stadium, where Barbados were in command at the halfway stage of the match. Barbados crawled to 215 all out, thanks to 47s from Shamar Springer and Nicholas Kirton. Pacers Anderson Phillip (3-72) and Odean Smith (3-32) did the damage for Trinidad. Trailing by 45 runs, Trinidad were reeling at 62-6 going into today's third day. Pacer Marquino Mindley has taken four wickets to date.

In Grenada, spinner Dennis Bulli, coming into the team for rested veteran Nikita Miller, took 5-94 to skittle the Windwards out for 285 all out. In reply, Opener Chadwick Walton hit 113 not out to pilot Jamaica to 212-4 at the end of the second day. Brandon King made 52, while pacer Ray Jordan has taken two wickets to date.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Sun Jan 20, 2019 7:31 pm

In a low-scoring game at Tarouba, Barbados beat Trinidad by seven wickets with a day to spare. Pacers Marquino Mindley (4-47) and Shamar Springer (4-24) skittled Trinidad out for an embarrassing 103 all out, tailender Odean Smith topscoring with 28. Set a paltry target of 59, Barbados limped to victory for the loss of three wickets.

At Providence, offspinner Rahkeem Cornwall took 6-70 to dismiss Guyana for 175, tailender Clinton Pestano topscoring with 46. Set a challenging 291 for victory, the Leewards were 32-1 at stumps on the third day's play.

At St George's, spinner Larry Edwards took 4-79 to bowl Jamaica out for 272 all out. Leading by 13 on first innings, the Windwards struggled to 198-9 at the end of the penultimate day's play. Kavem Hodge topscored with 52, while spinner Dennis Bulli has taken four wickets to date.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Mon Jan 21, 2019 9:34 am

At Providence, the Leewards beat defending champions Guyana by two wickets, thanks mainly to a knock of 127 from opening batsman Montcin Hodge. He received support from Kasey Carty, who made 67, while left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul took 4-43.

In Grenada, Jamaica notched up their first win of this season's PCL with a four-wicket victory over the Windwards. Spinner Dennis Bulli took 5-54 to dismiss the Windwards for 198 all out. Chasing 212 for victory, the visitors made the target for the loss of six wickets, led mainly by opener Chadwick Walton (79) and Brandon King (56). Part-timer Tyrone Theophile took 4-44.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Fri Feb 01, 2019 10:28 am

As the sixth round got started yesterday, a total of 20 wickets fell on the opening day at Queen's Park Oval. Guyana's four-prong pace attack of Keemo Paul (3-26), Clinton Pestano (3-37), Romario Shepherd (2-23) and Raymon Reifer (2-20) combined to dismiss Trinidad for a paltry 108 all out, TIon Webster topscoring with 19. Guyana fared little better in their first innings, limping to 150 all out, Paul making 66 not out, but with little support from the batsmen. Legspinner Imran Khan took 3-22, and there were two wickets each for pacers Ravi Rampaul, Anderson Phillip and Odean Smith.

At Kensington Oval, veteran opener Devon Smith hit 146 not out to lead the Windwards to 325-5 against Barbados at stumps on the first day's play. He received support from Sunil Ambris, who made 79.

In Basseterre, 13 wickets fell on the first day, as veteran pacer Jerome Taylor took 5-28 to dismiss the Leewards for 204 all out. Wicketkeeper Jahmar Hamilton topscored with 65. Jamaica were 111-3 at stumps, led by an unbeaten half century from Jermaine Blackwood.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Sat Feb 02, 2019 2:47 pm

At Port-of-Spain, trailing by 42 runs on first innings, Trinidad replied strongly in the second, reaching 264-5 at stumps at the end of the second day's play. Veteran Jason Mohammed hit 79 not out, and there were 40s from Jeremy Solozano, Joshua da Silva, and Imran Khan, who was also not out at the close. Medium pacer Raymon Reifer has taken two wickets for Guyana to date.

At Warner Park, a total of 21 wickets fell on the second day. Legspinner Damion Jacobs took 5-42 to dismiss Jamaica for 190 all out, Jermaine Blackwood topscoring with 69. Leading by 14 runs on first innings, the Leewards did even worse the second time around, bundled out for a mere 142 all out by pacers Jerome Taylor (4-31), Rovman Powell (3-43) and Derval Green (2-31). Allrounder Rahkeem Cornwall topscored with 44 not out, while wicketkeeper Jahmar Hamilton made 41. Chasing what could be a challenging 157 for victory, Jamaica were 92-4 at the close, Chadwick Walton topscoring so far with 27. Jacobs has taken all four wickets to fall in the second innings to date.

It was a totally different picture in Bridgetown at the halfway stage of their match. Veteran opener Devon Smith made 199, with support from his nephew and wicketkeeper, Dennis Smith, who made 66, as the Windwards declared on 470-8. Pacers Miguel Cummins, Chemar Holder and Shamar Springer took two wickets each. Barbados were 154-4 going into today's third day, thanks largely to a knock of 64 not out from Jonathan Carter.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Sun Feb 03, 2019 1:09 pm

At Queen's Park Oval, Trinidad beat defending champions Guyana by 93 runs. In their second innings on the third day's play, Trinidad made 317 all out, led by a knock of 83 from Jason Mohammed, supported by 46 from allrounder Imran Khan. The wicket-takers for Guyana were pacers Keemo Paul (4-81) and Raymon Reifer (4-64). Set 276 to win, Guyana were bundled out for 182 all out by Khan (3-45), while there were two wickets each for Anderson Phillip, Bryan Charles and Odean Smith.

In St Kitts, Jamaica squeezed out a narrow one-wicket win over the Leewards on Day Three. Chasing a modest target of 157, Jamaica just made it home, thanks largely to Assad Fudadin, who topscored with 36, while Kenroy Williams guided the visitors home with a knock of 21 not out. Spinners Damion Jacobs (6-62) and Rahkeem Cornwall (3-50) did the damage for the Leewards.

The match at Kensington Oval was the only one to make it into today's fourth and final day. Spinner Larry Edwards took 5-67, and he was supported by pacers Josh Thomas (3-41) and Ray Jordan (2-45), as the Windwards dismissed Barbados for 253 all out, Jonathan Carter topscoring with 64. Following on 217 runs behind, Barbados limped to 157-6 at stumps, still another 60 runs away from making the Windwards bat again. Shane Moseley has topscored for Barbados so far with 51.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Mon Feb 04, 2019 9:18 am

In Bridgetown, the Windwards beat Barbados by eight wickets. Kavem Hodge took 3-79, and there were two wickets each for Larry Edwards and Ray Jordan, as Barbados were bowled out for 250 all out. Set a target of 34 for victory, the Windwards limped to victory for the loss of two wickets.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Fri Feb 08, 2019 12:18 pm

On the opening day of the seventh round, Jamaica piled up 320-8 at Providence, thanks to half-centuries from Brandon King (51) and tailender Derval Green (59 not out). Pacer Sherfane Rutherford has taken three wickets so far for Guyana.

At Kingstown, the Leewards made 229-5, with half-centuries from Montcin Hodge (61) and Kasey Carty (54). Pacer Ray Jordan has captured three wickets to date for the Windwards.

At Bridgetown, veterans Lendl Simmons (138) and Jason Mohammed (121) piloted Trinidad to 316-8. Pacer Marquino Mindley has three wickets so far for Barbados.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Sat Feb 09, 2019 7:27 pm

On the second day's play at Providence, tailender Derval Green hit 86 to propel Jamaica to 358 all out against left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul (3-76) and pacer Sherfane Rutherford (3-52). In reply, captain Leon Johnson hit 58 and Vishaul Singh 61 as Guyana closed on 203-5.

At Arnos Vale, the match was still evenly balanced at the half-way stage. Pacer Ray Jordan took 4-47 and spinner Larry Edwards 4-73 to dismiss the Windwards for 271 all out. In their turn at bat, the Leewards reached 225-7 at stumps, led by a knock of 53 from Alick Athanaze. Sheno Berridge and Rahkeem Cornwall have taken three wickets each for the Windwards to date.

At Kensington Oval, pacer Marquino Mindley took 5-78 to dismiss Trinidad for 358 all out. In reply, Barbados were 238-7 going into today's third day, depending on tailender Ashley Nurse, who was 71 not out overnight. Opener Shane Moseley made 56, while spinner Yannick Cariah has taken four wickets so far.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Sun Feb 10, 2019 9:52 am

On the penultimate day at Providence, a total of 15 wickets fell as defending champions Guyana took command. There were 40s from Anthony Bramble and Chris Barnwell as Guyana posted 321 all out in their first innings, pacer Jerome Taylor taking 3-27 and spinner Dennis Bulli 3-91. Despite leading by 37 on first innings, Jamaica crashed to 132 all out their second time around, medium pacer Raymon Reifer taking 3-36 and left-arm spinner Gudakesh Motie 3-11. Assad Fudadin topscored with 24.

On the third day's play in St Vincent, 13 wickets fell. Sheno Berridge took 4-42 and Rahkeem Cornwall 4-48 to dismiss the Windwards for 230 all out, Leading by 41 runs on first innings, the Leewards were bowled out for 199 all out by Kavem Hodge (5-41). Devon Thomas topscored with 43.

In Bridgetown, Trinidad were in command of their match, going into today's final day. Spinner Yannick Cariah took 5-59 to dismiss Barbados for 282 all out, Ashley Nurse and Tevin Walcott offering a rearguard action with 75 and 63 respectively. Leading by 76 on first innings, Trinidad posted an additional 247-6 declared in their second. Captain and wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin hit 86, and there were 65s from Josh da Silva and Lendl Simmons, while offspinner Nurse took 3-62.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Mon Feb 11, 2019 10:29 am

At Providence, defending champions Guyana marched inexorably towards yet another PCL title. Chasing a modest total of 170, the hosts reached the target for the loss of just three wickets, captain Leon Johnson leading the way with 61 not out. For Jamaica, there was one wicket each for pacers Jerome Taylor, Derval Green and Kenroy Williams.

In Kingstown, the Leewards pulled off a narrow 13-run win over the Windwards. Chasing 241 for victory, the Windwards were bowled out for 228 all out by offspinner Rahkeem Cornwall (5-79) and pacer Quinton Boatswain, who took three wickets for five runs. Sunil Ambris made 102 not out, and he received support from Kavem Hodge (65), but the other batsmen were missing in action.

At Kensington Oval, Barbados pulled off a mammoth batting effort, chasing down the target of 324 for the loss of six wickets. Jonathan Carter hit 149 not out, and he received support from Shamar Springer (66) and Tevin Walcott (48 not out). The best bowler for Trinidad was pacer Dennis St Clair, who took 2-59.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Fri Feb 22, 2019 10:27 am

As the eighth round got underway yesterday, a total of 16 wickets fell at Sabina Park. Debutant offspinner Akim Frazer took 4-69 to dismiss defending champions Guyana for 158 all out, while veteran pacer Jerome Taylor took 3-24. Wicketkeeper Anthony Bramble topscored for the visitors with 36. In reply, Jamaica had limped to 108-6 at stumps, allrounder Derval Green topscoring so far with 40. Pacer Clinton Pestano has taken four wickets so far for Guyana.

In Kingstown, 12 wickets fell on the first day. Pacer Josh Thomas took 3-55 and spinner Larry Edwards 3-29 to bowl Barbados out for 215 all out. Wicketkeeper Tevin Walcott topscored with 66 for the tourists. At the close, the Windwards were 29-2.

In Basseterre, the Leewards put up an imposing 296-5, on the back of 60s from Devon Thomas (67), wicketkeeper Jahmar Hamilton (68), and Terrence Warde (64 not out). Former West Indies opener Kieran Powell's wretched run continued, as he was out for five. Bowling for Trinidad, Daniel St Clair and Khary Pierre have taken two wickets each to date.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Sat Feb 23, 2019 12:02 pm

Poor batting was once again a feature of the PCL, as Jamaica beat leaders Guyana by eight wickets with two days to spare. A total of 20 wickets fell on the second day. Pacers Clinton Pestano (4-31) and Romario Shepherd (3-30) dismissed Jamaica for only 139 all out in their first innings, Assad Fudadin topscoring with 43. Leading by a mere 19 on first innings, Guyana collapsed to 138 all out in the second, wicketkeeper Anthony Bramble topscoring with 34. The damage was done by pacer Jerome Taylor (4-26) and offspinner Akim Frazer (4-65). Chasing a target of 158 for victory, Jamaica did it for the loss of two wickets, with unbeaten knocks from Brandon King (66) and Jermaine Blackwood (72).

Barbados took command on the second day of their match at Arnos Vale. Left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican took 8-45 to dismiss the Windwards for a mere 138 all out, Kimani Melius topscoring with 50. Leading by 77 runs on first innings, Barbados limped to 135-6 in their second, led mainly by a knock of 53 from Shane Moseley.

The game at Warner Park was still in the balance at the halfway stage of the match. Terrence Warde hit 83 and allrounder Rahkeem Cornwall 62, to lead the Leewards to 365 all out, against spinners Khary Pierre (4-110) and Yannick Cariah (3-25). In reply, Trinidad were 222-7, Imran Khan topscoring with an unbeaten half-century, while pacer Alzarri Joseph has taken three wickets to date.
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Re: Caribbean PCL 2018-19

Postby mikesiva » Sun Feb 24, 2019 10:47 am

In St Vincent, on the third day's play, Ray Jordan took 3-31 and Alick Athanaze 3-37 to dismiss Barbados for 192 all out in their second innings. Set a target of 270 to win, the Windwards were well-placed on 181-3 at stumps, led by Kavem Hodge, who has hit an unbeaten half-century.

In St Kitts, on the penultimate day Trinidad made 329 all out in their first innings, led by knocks of 86 from Imran Khan and 60 from Jason Mohammed. Pacer Alzarri Joseph took 3-88 and offspinner Rahkeem Cornwall 3-86. Leading by 36 runs on first innings, the Leewards were 159-3 going into today's final day. Opener Montcin Hodge has topscored so far with 57.
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