MENU

Probe To Be Launched Into QPR’s Poor Outfield

Pakistan’s first day-night Test against WI in October

24th August 2016 Comments Off on Windwards beat T&T to reach final with Guyana Views: 1928 News

Windwards beat T&T to reach final with Guyana

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent—Windward Islands and Guyana confirmed their spots in today’s one-day final of the Regional Under-19 Championship, by scoring convincing victories in the last round of preliminary games on Friday.

Playing at Park Hill, Windward Islands produced a superb run chase to beat Trinidad and Tobago by three wickets while at Arnos Vale, Guyana defended a modest total to defeat Barbados by 85 runs.

The Windwards finished on top the standings with 22.6 points, just ahead of Guyana on 22.

Barbados were third on 17.2 points, Jamaica fourth with 13.3 points while Trinidad and Tobago were a disappointing fifth with 9.9. Leeward Islands were one from bottom with 6.5 points, with ICC Americas last on 2.1, after failing to win a single game.

The Windwards sent a stern warning with their performance as they chased down a very competitive 259 to win with eight overs to spare.

Emmanuel Stewart, batting at number three, slammed 92 off 89 deliveries while opener Johann Jeremiah stroked 61 from 79 deliveries.

Following the early loss of Anil Matthew for 11 in the fourth over with the score on 18, Stewart and Jeremiah came together to add 150 for the second wicket.

Stewart, voted Man-of-the-Match, struck nine fours and two sixes while Jeremiah counted five fours and two sixes before perishing at the end of the 28th over. However, Stewart added a further 44 for the third wicket with Alick Athanaze, who hit a cameo 45 from just 29 deliveries, including two fours and three sixes.

Stewart eventually fell short of a hundred when he was lbw to off-spinner Bryan Boodram (3-36) in the 33rd over and Windwards suffered a bit of a scare when they lost four wickets for five runs in the space of 12 deliveries, to slump to 236 for seven.

But West Indies Under-19 player, Ryan John, slammed a four and a six in scoring 15 not out to see his side home.

Earlier, T&T were dismissed for 258 off 48,3 overs, with opener Joshua da Silva top-scoring with 88, Kirstan Kallicharan getting 38 and Keagan Simmons, 32.

Da Silva struck nine fours and three sixes off 99 deliveries, putting on 91 for the first wicket with Simmons, 41 for the second with Dejourn Charles (15) and exactly 50 for the third with Kallicharan.

Athanaze claimed four for 43 with his off-spin to be the best bowler.

Guyana, meanwhile, needed Marlon Hubbard’s four-wicket haul as Barbados were bundled out for 98 off 37.5 overs, in pursuit of 184 for the win. Only opener Shian Brathwaite, with 35 off 89 balls, showed any resistance and was one of just three players in double figures.

Guyana had earlier been dismissed for 183 with a single ball remaining in the innings with Raymond Perez scoring 37 and Keemo Paul getting 33.

Nicholas Kirton (3-15) and Tremaine Harris (3-34) picked up three wickets apiece.

In the other game played, Jamaica defended 168 to beat Leewards by 72 runs, with Brad Barnes (3-18) and Tyrone Daley (3-21) both claiming three wickets each. (CMC)

Scores

At Park Hill: Windwards won by three wickets.

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 258 all out off 48.3 overs (Joshua da Silva 88, Kirstan Kallicharan 38, Keagan Simmons 32; Alick Athanaze 4-43, Rasheed Fredericks 2-39, Ryan John 2-44)

WINDWARD ISLANDS 263 for seven off 42 overs (Emmanuel Stewart 92, Johann Jeremiah 61, Alick Athanaze 45; Bryan Boodram 3-36, Jonathan Bootan 3-52)

At Arnos Vale: Guyana won by 85 runs.

GUYANA 183 all out off 49.5 overs (Raymond Perez 37, Keemo Paul 33, Ronaldo Renee 25; Nicholas Kirton 3-15, Tremaine Harris 3-34)

BARBADOS 98 off 37.5 overs (Shian Brathwaite 35; Marlon Hubbard 4-11)

At Sion Hill: Jamaica won by 72 runs.

JAMAICA 167 for eight off 50 overs (Brad Barnes 34, Dominik Samuels 32; Kofi James 2-26, Karima Gore 2-28)

LEEWARD ISLANDS 95 all out off 42 overs (Tyrone Williams 23; Brad Barnes 3-18, Tyrone Daley 3-21)

Taken from Trinidad Guardian

Comments are closed.