Guyana vs Jamaica at Sabina Park

March 2, 2014 | By | Filed Under Sports 

Starting today, Kaieteur Sport, with the aid of Statistician Charwayne Walker, looks back at Guyana Regional first class performance vs Jamaica at Sabina Park and other venues in Reggae Country.  We start with 1966, the year sponsored Regional First Class Cricket began when British Guiana and Jamaica playing at Sabina Park resulted in a match drawn.

Clive Lloyd

Clive Lloyd

Jamaica at Sabina Park – result match drawn: Jamaica first innings 222 all out – Ron Harvey 69, Ron Headley, son of the legendary George Headley and father of Dean Headley who played for England, supported Harvey with 40, Maurice Foster 36.
Bowling for British Guiana, Rex Collymore took 3 for 38 from 24 overs, Rex Ramnarace 3 for 42 off 16 overs, Edwin Mohamed, father of Timur Mohamed, took 2 for 42.
British Guiana first Innings 421 – Clive Lloyd 194, Rohan Kanhai 61, Stephen Camacho 32. Bowling for Jamaica, R. Cohen took 3 for 111 from 29.5 overs, L.N. Levy took 3 for 116 from 51 overs.
Jamaica’s second innings they made 404 for 9 declared, Easton Mc Morris 190, Skipper Jackie Hendricks 51, Ron Headley 38. Bowling for British Guiana Rex Ramnarace took 2 for 84 from 31 overs.  British Guiana reached 27 without lost when the match was called off.
Guyana vs Jamaica 1969 Sabina Park – Result Jamaica won by 81 runs.
Jamaica first innings 289 all out – Maurice Foster 135, R. A. Pinnock 58, Easton Mc Morris 21.  Bowling for Guyana, Philbert Blair took 5 for 60 from 27 overs, Rex Ramnarace 2 for 44.
Guyana first innings 104 all out – Vincent Adams 19, Leslie Stewart 17, Joe Solomon 16.  Bowling for Jamaica, Castell Folkes snared 5 for 29, A. B. Wellington 2 for 36, O. Miles 2 for 12.
Jamaica second innings 189 all out – Lawrence Rowe 54, Easton Mc Morris 41.  Bowling for Guyana, Lloyd Cornelius took 5 for 67, Winston English 3 for 43.  Guyana Second Innings 293 all out – Rex Ramnarace 71, Claude St. John 45, Lloyd Cornelius 37, Vincent Mayers 30, Winston English 31.  Bowling for Jamaica, O. Miles took 7 for 71 from 34.2 overs.
Guyana vs Jamaica at Sabina Park 1970 – result Jamaica won by 4 wickets scores.  Guyana first innings 285 all out – Stephen Camacho 80, Alvin Kallicharran 58, Clive Lloyd 42. Bowling for Jamaica, O. Miles captured 4 for 77 from 36 overs, R. Mc Catty 3 for 44 from 14 overs.  Jamaica first innings 295 for 9 declared – Skipper Easton Mc Morris 88, Maurice Foster 54, Lawrence Rowe 45.  Bowling for Guyana, William Jeffrey took 3 for 64 from 27 overs, Lloyd Cornelius 2 for 64 from 23 overs.  Guyana second innings 245 all out -Alvin Kallicharran 72, Stephen Camacho 44. Bowling for Jamaica, Arthur Barrett took 6 for 78 from 26 overs.  Jamaica second innings 239 for six wickets; winning by four wickets.  Lawrence Rowe 88, V. Fray 46, Skipper Easton Mc Morris 45.  Bowling for Guyana Clive Lloyd 2 for 30, Philbert Blair 2 for 44.

Rohan Kanhai

Rohan Kanhai

Guyana vs Jamaica at Sabina Park 1972 result drawn. Jamaica First Innings 467 for 7 declared – Maurice Foster 160, Lawrence Rowe 147, Samuel Morgan 71.  Bowling for Guyana, Sydney Matthews took 3 for 87 (31 overs), Roy Federicks 2 for 18.  Guyana first innings 199 all out – Roy Federicks 75, Munilall 34.  Bowling for Jamaica, C. Lawson 5 for 47, C. Campbell 4 for 43.  Guyana Second Innings following on, 405 all out – Leonard Baichan 95, Roy Federicks 84, Sydney Matthews 82, Alvin Kallicharran 33, Sew Shivnarine 31.
Bowling for Jamaica, Maurice Foster took 5 for 65 from 38 overs, Uton Dow 3 for 122 from 31 overs.
Guyana vs Jamaica at Sabina Park 1974 result drawn. Jamaica 483 all out Lawrence Rowe 204, Ron Headley 79, Skipper Maurice Foster 59.  Bowling for Guyana, Rex Collymore 5 for 102 from 57 overs, Lance Gibbs 2 for 96 from (50 overs).
Guyana first innings 478 all out – Alvin Kallicharran 197, Clive Lloyd 134, Leonard Baichan 43, Philbert Blair 30.  Bowling for Jamaica, Arthur Barrett took 4 for 170 (60 overs), Uton Dowe 3 for 90 (28 overs). Jamaica second innings 130 for 2 – Ron Headley 50, Hubert Chang 31 not out, Lawrence Rowe 29 not out.
Guyana vs Jamaica at Jarret Park, Montego Bay 1976 result match drawn.  Jamaica first Innings 252 all out – Skipper Maurice Foster 70, Hilton Gordon 41.  Bowling for Guyana, Keith Cameron 3 for 40 from 22.1 overs, Sydney Matthews 3 for 58 from 21 overs, Ajodhia Persaud 3 for 84 from 28 overs.  Guyana first innings 245 all out – Faoud Bacchus 80, Skipper Stephen Camacho 59, Romain Etwaroo 25, C. Munilall 21.
Bowling for Jamaica, R. Wynter took 5 for 48 (13 overs), Hilton Gordon 2 for 42 from 17 overs, C. Lawson 2 for 44 from 17 overs.
Guyana vs Jamaica at Jarret Park, Montego Bay 1978 result match drawn.  Jamaica 506 for 9 declared – Richard Austin 127, Basil ‘shot gun’ Williams 96, Skipper Maurice Foster 91, Everton Mattis 43, S.A. Francis 37.
Bowling for Guyana, Colin Croft took 4 for 101 from 32 overs, Sew Shivnarine 3 for 80 from (30 overs).
Guyana first innings 285 all out – Faoud Bacchus 102, Clement Neblette 62, Romain Etwaroo 39, Sydney Matthews 33.  Bowling for Jamaica, S.A. Francis 4 for 89 from 29 overs, Maurice Foster 3 for 33 27 overs, Errol Brown 2 for 62 from 25 overs.

Lawrence Rowe

Lawrence Rowe

Guyana vs Jamaica at Jarrett Park Montego Bay 1980 result match drawn. Guyana  377 All Out Timur Mohamed 110, Faoud Bacchus 81, Skipper Roy Federicks 50, Roger Harper 38, Tyrone Etwaroo 34, Andrew Lyght 24.
Bowling for Jamaica, Michael Holding 3 for 61 from 22 overs, Richard Austin 3 for 92 from 36.5 overs, C. Thompson 2 for 73 from 12 overs.
Jamaica first innings 327 all out, Everton Mattis 132, Jeffrey Dujon 47 not out, Richard Austin 41.  Bowling for Guyana, 17 year old Roger Harper took 5 for 95 from (40) overs, Colin Croft 4 for 46 from 12 overs.  Guyana second innings 328 for 9 declared, Milton Pydanna 117, Tyrone Etwaroo 57, Faoud Bacchus 34, Andrew Lyght 32, Roy Federicks 32.  Bowling for Jamaica Hilton Gordon 2 for 33, Junior Gordon 2 for 44, Michael Holding 2 for 73.
Jamaica Second innings 277 for 9, Lawrence Rowe 94, Richard Austin 30, Hubert Chang 47.  Bowling for Guyana, Roger Harper 4 for 70 from 44 overs, Deryck Kallicharran 3 for 86 from 25 overs.
Bonus coverage British Guiana vs Jamaica at Sabina Park 1951 March (3-5-6-7-8).
Jamaica won by 224 runs.  Jamaica first innings 273 all out, N. L. Bonitto 82, J.K. Holt 63, H.H. Johnson 34 not out, S.R. Goodridge 33.  Bowling for British, Guiana Berkley Gaskin took 7 for 58 from 24.3 overs.  British Guiana first innings 162 All out, Cecil ‘Brusier’ Thomas 26, J. L. Thomas 26, John Trim 26.  Bowling for Jamaica, Al Valentine 6 for 52, G.H. Mudie, 3 for 57.
Jamaica second innings 399 all out, N.L. Bonitto 121, G.H. Mudie 52, A.P. Binns 49, O.J. Cunningham 62. Bowling for British Guiana, John Trim took 4 for 83 A. B. Patior 3 for 90.  British Guiana second innings 286 all out, George Wight 61, H.P. Bayley 94, Robert Christiani 53.  Bowling for Jamaica, Al Valentine took 7 for 112 giving him match figures of 13 for 164, A. Bonitto took 2 for 44.
Second match British Guiana vs Jamaica at Sabina Park 1951 result March (10-12-13-14-15).  Jamaica won by 9 wickets.
Jamaica first innings 519 all out, K. R. Rickard 195, Allan Binns 82, V.R. Lumsden 60,
O. J. Cunningham 46.
Bowling for British Guiana, Berkley Gaskin took 5 for 112, Cecil Thomas 2 for 94, A.B. Patior 2 for 124.
British Guiana first innings 256 all out, Robert Christiani 61, P.B. Wight 39, G. Persaud 33, Cecil Thomas 25.
Bowling for Jamaica, Al Valentine took 6 for 102 R. Miller 3 for 78.  British Guiana following on, 314 all out; G. L. Wight 64, J. L. Thomas 60, H. P. Bayley 36, Robert Christiani 34, A.B. Patior 32, G. Persaud 28.  Bowling for Jamaica S. R. Goodridge took 5 for 73, Al. Valentine 3 for 101, L. E. Saunders 2 for 49.
Jamaica reached their target losing one wicket.

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