Feb 26, 2012 Sports Comments Off on Guyana wobble against Jamaica in Regional 4Day cricket
Guyana wobbled yesterday to be all out for 294 after batting first on the second day of the fourth round regional first-class Day/Night match in Antigua.
Resuming on 217-6, Guyana wobbled a bit as Royston Crandon 32, and Assad Fudadin 39 picked up from where Leon Johnson 72 and Narsingh Deonarine 89 left off. Bowling for Jamaica Odean Brown took 6 wickets and Nikita Miller 2.
Up to press time the last score from the day/night encounter saw Jamaica fighting at 86/3 with Parchment 29 and Pagon 5 at the wicket.
In the T&T vs Windwards – Windwards were 119/2 at stumps. They were replying to T&T’s 364/9 declared. Smith 25*; Lesporis 71* were the pair at the wicket.
T&T were led in their 1st Innings by Denesh Ramdin 151* and Daren Bravo 63. Shane Shillingford took 4 wickets for the Windwards.
Combined Campuses & Colleges (CCC), starting the day on nought without loss, were dismissed for 145 in reply to Barbados’ first innings of 237 all out off 82.3 overs on the second day of the fourth round regional first-class Day/Night match at Kensington Oval.
Tino Best took 4-33 to lead the Bajans as Floyd Reifer made a battling 40. The students struck early to have Barbados one wicket down and no run on the board.
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