GUYANA JAGUARS vs JAMAICA SCORPIONS
GUYANA JAGUARS 298 (Shiv Chanderpaul 91, Rajendra Chandrika 86, Raymon Reifer 40; Nikita Miller 4-71, Derval Green 3-72) and 238 for four decl. (Vishaul Singh 71, Leon Johnson 69, Shimron Hetmyer 47; Jermaine Blackwood 2-12)
JAMAICA SCORPIONS 208 (John Campbell 71, Andre McCarthy 36; Veerasammy Permaul 5-60, Gudakesh Motie 4-61) and 147 (Jermaine Blackwood 96; Gudakesh Motie 4-35, Keon Joseph 3-18, Veerasammy Permaul 3-63)
LEEWARDS HURRICANES vs BARBADOS PRIDE
Barbados Pride pushed for an improbable win but came up short as all-rounder Rahkeem Cornwall once against proved the difference, ensuring Leeward Islands Hurricanes got the better of the exchanges in their drawn opening round Regional Four-Day contest here Monday.
Set 305 for victory off a minimum of 76 overs, Pride tested the Hurricanes’ mettle through half-centuries from Anthony Alleyne who made 84, Shamarh Brooks who stroked 59 and Test batsman Roston Chase, who was unbeaten on 51, before ending the final day at Warner Park on 235 for five.
Cornwall captured four for 101 to follow up his first innings five-wicket haul, as he finished with match figures of nine for 218…
LEEWARD ISLANDS HURRICANES 377 (Nkrumah Bonner 94, Rahkeem Cornwall 84, Jahmar Hamilton 65, Chesney Hughes 31, Kieran Powell 26; Kenroy Williams 4-26, Kevin Stoute 3-35) and 164 for six decl. (Rahkeem Cornwall 60, Montcin Hodge 53 not out, Chesney Hughes 28; Jomel Warrican 3-31)
BARBADOS PRIDE 237 (Kenroy Williams 45, Justin Greaves 41, Roston Chase 29, Omar Phillips 24; Rahkeem Cornwall 5-117, Gavin Tonge 3-27 ) and 235 for five (Anthony Alleyne 84, Shamarh Brooks 59, Roston Chase 53 not out; Rahkeem Cornwall 4-101)
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO RED FORCE vs WINDWARDS VOLCANOES
Opener Kyle Hope stroked his second half-century of the game to fire Trinidad and Tobago Red Force to a convincing nine-wicket victory over Windward Islands Volcanoes inside three days, in their opening round of the Regional Four-Day Championship here Sunday night.
Set a mere 155 for victory, Red Force sped to their target just after the final drinks break of the night at Queen’s Park Oval, with the right-handed Hope finishing unbeaten on 79 to follow up his first innings 56.
He dominated a 61-run opening stand with Jeremy Solozano who made 19, and added a further 96 for the second wicket with Yannic Cariah who was unbeaten on 52 at the end.
The victory gave Red Force 18 points while Volcanoes took four from the heavy defeat…
VOLCANOES 142 (Devon Smith 86 not out, Delorn Johnson 38; Roshon Primus 6-30) and 254 (Shane Shillingford 65, Tyrone Theophile 53, Jerlani Robinson 33; Imran Khan 5-84, Jon-Russ Jagessar 2-61)
RED FORCE 242 (Jason Mohammed 70, Kyle Hope 56, Roshon Primus 36 not out; Shane Shillingford 3-53, Liam Sebastien 2-27) and 157 for one (Kyle Hope 79 not out, Yannic Cariah 52 not out)