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Date Published: 2014-03-31 

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WICB 4 Day Tournament

Barbados beat Jamaica by 245 runs, WICB 4-day, R5, Day 4, Update 18, RESULT

Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Defending champions and front-runners Barbados beat Jamaica by 245 runs on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match at Sabina Park here today.

Needing 382 to win in 90 overs after Barbados declared at their overnight second innings score of 162 for two, Jamaica were bowled out for 136 in 85.5 overs following an intriguing last session during which rain delayed the start of play after tea by 85 minutes.

Veteran left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn took the final wicket when he had the experienced all-rounder David Bernard jr leg before wicket on the back foot by an arm ball for eight.

The match ended at 5.18 p.m. in the eighth of the mandatory 15 overs which started at 5 p.m. with the score 135 for nine off 78 overs.

Bernard and Brian Buchanan, who made six not out, had come together with the score on 122 for nine after 66.2 overs when the obdurate Nikita Miller was caught by wicket-keeper Shane Dowrich off off-spinner Ashley Nurse for 15 - two balls after play had resumed following the rain delay.

Benn and Nurse shared 61.5 overs with Benn taking three for 30 off 36.5 overs including 20 maidens and Nurse, three for 40 off 25 overs with 11 maidens.

Carlos Brathwaite picked up two for nine and fellow fast bowler Jason Holder, two for 16.

Barbados earned 19 points for their third win and remained at the top of the points table on 65 points - three more than second-placed Windward Islands with both teams having played five matches.

Trinidad & Tobago are third on 56 points from four matches.

Jamaica were under early pressure in their attempt to salvage a draw.

Left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs).

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught by Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

Jermaine Blackwood, flashing, was caught at first slip by Benn off Carlos Brathwaite for eight (47-4; 19.1 overs).

Carlton Baugh, essaying a drive, was caught at short cover by Omar Phillips off Carlos Brathwaite for four (57-5; 25.3 overs).

Skipper Tamar Lambert was caught at mid-on by Holder off Nurse for 11 (64-6; 32 overs).

Jermaine Merchant was well caught low at cover by Roston Chase off Benn for 37 (114-7; 55.2 overs).

And Jerome Taylor, padding up, was leg before wicket by Nurse for nought (115-8; 58.5 overs) followed by the dismissals of Miller and Bernard.

Bowling:  Benn 36.5-20-30-3, Holder 8-4-16-2, C. Brathwaite 10-8-9-2, Nurse 25-11-40-3, Cummins 2-0-6-0, Carter 2-0-10-0, Chase 2-0-3-0.

SCORECARD

BARBADOS 1st innings 

*K. Brathwaite c JD Campbell b Miller       29   (82 balls, 3x4)

O. Phillips lbw b Taylor                              0   (1 ball)

K. Edwards c JRC Campbell b Bonner      105   (175 balls, 10x4, 4x6)

J. Carter c Bonner b Miller                        22   (33 balls, 3x4)

R. Chase c Lambert b Miller                      13   (34 balls, 1x4, 1x6)

+S. Dowrich c Buchanan b Lambert         102  (253 balls, 5x4)

C. Brathwaite lbw b Buchanan                   36  (69 balls, 4x4, 1x6)

J. Holder c wk Baugh b Bernard                 46  (81 balls, 4x4)

A. Nurse c JRC Campbell b Lambert           40  (113 balls, 2x4)

S. Benn c JD Campbell b Miller                    9  (10 balls, 1x4)

M. Cummins not out                                   2  (7 balls)

Extras (b6, lb9, w4)                                  12

TOTAL (all out, 142.3 overs)                    423

Fall of wickets: 1-1 (Stoute), 2-90 (K. Brathwaite), 3-128 (Carter), 4-174 (Chase), 5-176 (Edwards), 6-235 (C. Brathwaite), 7-320 (C. Brathwaite), 8-411 (Nurse), 9-416 (Dowrich), 10-423 (Benn).

Bowling: Taylor 15-2-54-1, Buchanan 16-3-45-1, Bernard 18-0-60-1 (w1), Merchant 21-1-89-0 (w3), Miller 47.3-14-95-4, Lambert 13-1-42-2, Bonner 5-0-10-1, JD Campbell 7-1-13-0.

JAMAICA 1st innings

JD Campbell lbw b Nurse                          21   (38 balls, 1x4)

JRC Campbell c Carter b C. Brathwaite       31   (42 balls, 6x4)

N Bonner not out                                     31   (95 balls, 2x4)

J. Blackwood c C. Brathwaite b Carter        64   (80 balls, 7x4)

B. Buchanan b Blackwood                           0  (1 ball)

*T. Lambert c Carter b C. Brathwaite           1   (23 balls)

+C. Baugh lbw b Nurse                             20   (65 balls)

N. Miller not out                                         6   (43 balls)

J. Merchant c K. Brathwaite b Nurse            4   (8 balls)

J. Taylor c Phillips b Nurse                          2   (19 balls)

D. Bernard injured                                     -

Extras (lb1, nb4)                                       5

TOTAL (all out, 84.2 overs)                      204

Fall of wickets: 1-40 (JRC Campbell, 10 ov), 2-56 (JD Campbell, 14.3), 3-150 (Blackwood, 42.1), 4-150 (Buchanan, 42.2), 5-151 (Lambert, 49.4), 6-188 (Bonner, 71.1), 7-198 (Baugh, 76.1), 8-202 (Merchant, 78.1), 9-204 (Taylor, 84.2).

Bowling: Holder 8-3-16-0, Cummins 9-1-38-0 (nb4), C. Brathwaite 14-6-23-2, Nurse 23.2-7-63-4, Benn 16-7-27-1, Chase 3-0-21-0, Carter 11-3-15-2.

BARBADOS 2nd innings

*K. Brathwaite c wk Baugh b Buchanan       91    (118 balls, 6x4, 1x6)

O. Phillips c JD Campbell b Taylor                48    (120 balls, 3x4, 2x6)

K. Edwards not out                                     21   (24 balls, 1x4, 1x6)

J. Carter not out                                          0    (14 balls)

Extras (lb1, w1)                                          2

TOTAL (2 wks declared, 46 overs)               162

Fall of wickets: 1-125 (Phillips, 34.5 ov), 2-160 (K. Brathwaite, 47.2).

Bowling: Taylor 12-0-31-1, Buchanan 5-1-20-1 (w1), Merchant 8-2-29-0, Miller 10-0-34-0, Lambert 7-1-32-0, Blackwood 4-0-15-0.

JAMAICA 2nd innings

JD Campbell c C. Brathwaite b Holder             2   (17 balls)

JRC Campbell c wk Dowrich b Holder              4   (32 balls, 1x4)

N. Bonner c Cummins b Benn                       15   (23 balls, 3x4)

J. Blackwood c Benn b C. Brathwaite               8   (26 balls, 1x4)

*T. Lambert c Holder b Nurse                        11   (57 balls, 2x4)

+C. Baugh c Phillips b C. Brathwaite               4   (17 balls, 1x4)

N. Miller c wk Dowrich b Nurse                      15   (111 balls, 1x4)

J. Merchant c Chase b Benn                          37   (80 balls, 4x4, 1x6)

J. Taylor lbw b Nurse                                      0   (14 balls)

D. Bernard lbw b Benn                                   9   (81 balls, 1x4)

B. Buchanan not out                                      6   (60 balls, 1x4)

Extras (b12, lb10, nb3)                                25

TOTAL (all out; 85.5 overs)                         136

Fall of wickets: 1-11 (JD Campbell, 5.3 ov), 2-26 (JRC Campbell, 10), 3-30 (Bonner, 13), 4-47 (Blackwood, 19.2), 5-57 (Baugh, 25.3), 6-64 (Lambert, 32), 7-114 (Merchant, 55.2), 8-115 (Taylor, 58.5), 9-122 (Miller, 66.2), 10-136 (Bernard, 85.5).

Bowling: Benn 36.5-20-30-3, Holder 8-4-16-2 (nb1), C. Brathwaite 10-8-9-2, Nurse 25-11-40-3, Carter 2-0-6-0, Cummins 2-0-10-0 (nb2), Chase 2-0-3-0.

Result: Barbados won by 245 runs.

Player-of-the-Match: Kirk Edwards.

Toss: Jamaica.

Umpires: N. Duguid (Guyana), V. Smith (Jamaica).

Reserve umpire: A. Hamilton.

Match referee: C. Fletcher.

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POINTS TABLE

Tabulate under: M-matches, W-won, L-lost, T-tied, D-drawn, Aban-Abandoned, MPTS-match points, BATP-batting points, BOWP-bowling points, TP-total points.

POINTS TABLE


Teams                  

                             M    W      L       T       D       Aban      MPTS     BATP    BOWP     TP



Barbados               5     3      1       0        1          0          39          11       15         65



Windward Islands   5     3      1       0        1          0          39          8        15          62



Trinidad & Tobago   4     3      1       0        0          0          36          9        11          56


Jamaica                 4     2      2       0        0          0          24          7        10          41




CCC                      4      1     2       0        1          0           15          6        9           30



Leeward Islands     4     1      3       0        0          0           12         2        11          25




Guyana                 4      0     3       0        1          0            3          3        11          17


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Jamaica 135-9 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, R5, Day 4, Update 17




Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 135 for nine off 79 overs following a restart of play 85 minutes after tea on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match against Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were Dave Bernard jr on eight and Brian Buchanan, six.

The final 15 overs started at 5 p.m. with the score 135 for nine off 78 overs.

Rain delayed the resumption of play after tea until 4:25 p.m.

Nikita Miller was dismissed in the second ball after the resumption, caught by wicket-keepr Shane Dowrich off off-spinner Ashley Nurse for 15 (122-9; 66.2 overs).

Earlier, left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs).

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

Jermaine Blackwood, flashing, was caught at first slip by Benn off pacer Carlos Brathwaite for eight (47-4; 19.1 overs).

Carlton Baugh, essaying a drive, was caught at short cover by Omar Phillips off Carlos Brathwaite for four (57-5; 25.3 overs).

skipper Tamar Lambert was caught at mid-on by Holder off Nurse for 11 (64-6; 32 overs).

Jermaine Merchant was well caught low at cover by Roston Chase off Benn for 37 (114-7; 55.2 overs).

And Jerome Taylor, padding up, was leg before wicket by Nurse for nought (115-8; 58.5 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

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Jamaica 135-9 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, R5, Day 4, Update 16




Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 135 for nine off 72 overs following a restart of play 85 minutes after tea on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match against Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were Dave Bernard jr on eight and Brian Buchanan, six.

Rain delayed the resumption of play after tea until 4:25 p.m.

Nikita Miller was dismissed in the second ball after the resumption, caught by wicket-keepr Shane Dowrich off off-spinner Ashley Nurse for 15 (122-9; 66.2 overs).

Earlier, left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs).

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

Jermaine Blackwood, flashing, was caught at first slip by Benn off pacer Carlos Brathwaite for eight (47-4; 19.1 overs).

Carlton Baugh, essaying a drive, was caught at short cover by Omar Phillips off Carlos Brathwaite for four (57-5; 25.3 overs).

skipper Tamar Lambert was caught at mid-on by Holder off Nurse for 11 (64-6; 32 overs).

Jermaine Merchant was well caught low at cover by Roston Chase off Benn for 37 (114-7; 55.2 overs).

And Jerome Taylor, padding up, was leg before wicket by Nurse for nought (115-8; 58.5 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

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Play restarts, Jamaica 122-9 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, R5, Day 4, Update 15




Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 122 for nine off 66.2 overs following a restart of play 85 minutes after tea on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match against Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were Dave Bernard jr on one and Brian Buchanan, nought.

Rain delayed the resumption of play after tea until 4:25 p.m.

Nikita Miller was dismissed in the second ball after the resumption, caught by wicket-keepr Shane Dowrich off off-spinner Ashley Nurse for 15 (122-9; 66.2 overs).

Earlier, left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs).

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

Jermaine Blackwood, flashing, was caught at first slip by Benn off pacer Carlos Brathwaite for eight (47-4; 19.1 overs).

Carlton Baugh, essaying a drive, was caught at short cover by Omar Phillips off Carlos Brathwaite for four (57-5; 25.3 overs).

skipper Tamar Lambert was caught at mid-on by Holder off Nurse for 11 (64-6; 32 overs).

Jermaine Merchant was well caught low at cover by Roston Chase off Benn for 37 (114-7; 55.2 overs).

And Jerome Taylor, padding up, was leg before wicket by Nurse for nought (115-8; 58.5 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

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Rai

n holds up play, Jamaica 122-8 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, R5, Day 4, Update 14




Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Rain has held up play in the last session on the fourth and final day of the fifth round WICB first-class match between Jamaica and Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

At tea, Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 122 for eight off 66 overs.

The not out batsmen were  and Nikita Miller on 15 and Dave Bernard jr on one.

Left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs).

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Shane Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

Jermaine Blackwood, flashing, was caught at first slip by Benn off pacer Carlos Brathwaite for eight (47-4; 19.1 overs).

Carlton Baugh, essaying a drive, was caught at short cover by Omar Phillips off Carlos Brathwaite for four (57-5; 25.3 overs).

skipper Tamar Lambert was caught at mid-on by Holder off off-spinner Ashley Nurse for 11 (64-6; 32 overs).

Jermaine Merchant was well caught low at cover by Roston Chase off Benn for 37 (114-7; 55.2 overs).

And Jerome Taylor, padding up, was leg before wicket by Nurse for nought (115-8; 58.5 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

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TEA SCORES


Jamaica 122-8 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, Round 5, Day 4, Update 13


TEA

Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 122 for eight off 66 overs at tea on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match against Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were  and Nikita Miller on 15 and Dave Bernard jr on one.

Left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs).

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Shane Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

Jermaine Blackwood, flashing, was caught at first slip by Benn off pacer Carlos Brathwaite for eight (47-4; 19.1 overs).

Carlton Baugh, essaying a drive, was caught at short cover by Omar Phillips off Carlos Brathwaite for four (57-5; 25.3 overs).

skipper Tamar Lambert was caught at mid-on by Holder off off-spinner Ashley Nurse for 11 (64-6; 32 overs).

Jermaine Merchant was well caught low at cover by Roston Chase off Benn for 37 (114-7; 55.2 overs).

And Jerome Taylor, padding up, was leg before wicket by Nurse for nought (115-8; 58.5 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

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Jamaica 115-8 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, Round 5, Day 4, Update 12




Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 115 for eight off 59 overs - 20 minutes before tea on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match against Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were  and Nikita Miller on 13 and Dave Bernard jr on nought.

Left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs).

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Shane Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

Jermaine Blackwood, flashing, was caught at first slip by Benn off pacer Carlos Brathwaite for eight (47-4; 19.1 overs).

Carlton Baugh, essaying a drive, was caught at short cover by Omar Phillips off Carlos Brathwaite for four (57-5; 25.3 overs).

skipper Tamar Lambert was caught at mid-on by Holder off off-spinner Ashley Nurse for 11 (64-6; 32 overs).

Jermaine Merchant was well caught low at cover by Roston Chase off Benn for 37 (114-7; 55.2 overs).

And Jerome Taylor, padding up, was leg before wicket by Nurse for nought (115-8; 58.5 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

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Jamaica 114-7 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, Round 5, Day 4, Update 11




Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 114 for seven off 56 overs - half-an-hour before tea on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match against Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were  and Nikita Miller on 12 and Jerome Taylor, nought.

Left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs).

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Shane Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

Jermaine Blackwood, flashing, was caught at first slip by Benn off pacer Carlos Brathwaite for eight (47-4; 19.1 overs).

Carlton Baugh, essaying a drive, was caught at short cover by Omar Phillips off Carlos Brathwaite for four (57-5; 25.3 overs).

skipper Tamar Lambert was caught at mid-on by Holder off off-spinner Ashley Nurse for 11 (64-6; 32 overs).

And Jermaine Merchant was well caught low at cover by Roston Chase off Benn for 37 (114-7; 55.2 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

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Jamaica 94-6 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, Round 5, Day 4, Update 10




Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 94 for six off 48 overs - one hour after lunch on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match against Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were  and Nikita Miller on nine and Jermaine Merchant, 21.

Left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs).

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Shane Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

Jermaine Blackwood, flashing, was caught at first slip by Benn off pacer Carlos Brathwaite for eight (47-4; 19.1 overs).

Carlton Baugh, essaying a drive, was caught at short cover by Omar Phillips off Carlos Brathwaite for four (57-5; 25.3 overs).

And skipper Tamar Lambert was caught at mid-on by Holder off off-spinner Ashley Nurse for 11 (64-6; 32 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

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Jamaica 71-6 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, Round 5, Day 4, Update 9




Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 71 for six off 39 overs - half-an-hour after lunch on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match against Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were  and Nikita Miller on three and Jermaine Merchant, six.

Left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs).

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Shane Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

Jermaine Blackwood, flashing, was caught at first slip by Benn off pacer Carlos Brathwaite for eight (47-4; 19.1 overs).

Carlton Baugh, essaying a drive, was caught at short cover by Omar Phillips off Carlos Brathwaite for four (57-5; 25.3 overs).

And skipper Tamar Lambert was caught at mid-on by Holder off off-spinner Ashley Nurse for 11 (64-6; 32 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

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Jamaica 64-6 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, Round 5, Day 4, Update 8




Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 64 for six off 32 overs shortly after lunch on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match against Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were Nikita Miller on one and Jamie Merchant, nought.

Left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs);

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Shane Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

Jermaine Blackwood, flashing, was caught at first slip by Benn off pacer Carlos Brathwaite for eight (47-4; 19.1 overs).

Carlton Baugh, essaying a drive, was caught at short cover by Omar Phillips off Carlos Brathwaite for four (57-5; 25.3 overs).

And skipper Tamar Lambert was caught at mid-on by Holder off off-spinner Ashley Nurse for 11 (64-6; 32 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

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LUNCH SCORES


Jamaica 63-5 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, Round 5, Day 4, Update 7


LUNCH

Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 63 for five off 31 overs at lunch on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match against Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were skipper Tamar Lambert on 11 and Nikita Miller, one.

Left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs).

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Shane Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

Jermaine Blackwood, flashing, was caught at first slip by Benn off pacer Carlos Brathwaite for eight (47-4; 19.1 overs).

And Carlton Baugh, essaying a drive, was caught at short cover by Omar Phillips off Carlos Brathwaite for four (57-5; 25.3 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

Bowling: Benn 16-8-21-1,  Holder 8-4-16-2, C. Brathwaite 6-4-9-2,  Nurse 1-1-0-0.

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Jamaica 57-5 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, Round 5, Day 4, Update 6




Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 57 for five off 26 overs - 15 minutes before lunch on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match against Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were skipper Tamar Lambert on ten and Nikita Miller, nought.

Left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs).

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Shane Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

Jermaine Blackwood, flashing, was caught at first slip by Benn off pacer Carlos Brathwaite for eight (47-4; 19.1 overs).

And Carlton Baugh, essaying a drive, was caught at short cover by Omar Phillips off Carlos Brathwaite for four (57-5; 25.3 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

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Jamaica 48-4 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, Round 5, Day 4, Update 5




Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 48 for four off 23 overs - half-an-hour before lunch on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match against Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were skipper Tamar Lambert on five and Carlton Baugh, nought.

Left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs).

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Shane Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

And Jermaine Blackwood, flashing, was caught at first slip by Benn off pacer Carlos Brathwaite for eight (47-4; 19.1 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

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Jamaica 47-4 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, Round 5, Day 4, Update 4




Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 47 for four off 20 overs - 40 minutes before lunch on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match against Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were skipper Tamar Lambert four and Carlton Baught, nought.

Left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs).

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Shane Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

And Jermaine Blackwood, flashing, was caught at first slip by Benn off pacer Carlos Brathwaite for eight (47-4; 19.1 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

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Jamaica 35-3 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, Round 5, Day 4, Update 3




Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 35 for three off 16 overs following the first hour's play on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match against Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were Jermaine Blackwood on four and skipper Tamar Lambert on nought.

Left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs).

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Shane Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

And Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

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Jamaica 30-3 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, Round 5, Day 4, Update 2




Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 30 for three off 13 overs following the first 50 minutes' play on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match against Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were Jermaine Blackwood and skipper Tamar Lambert, both on nought.

Left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs)

His opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Shane Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

And Nkrumah Bonner, driving, was caught at mid-on by Miguel Cummins off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 15 (30-3; 13 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

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Jamaica 26-2 chasing 382 to win v Barbados, WICB 4-day, Round 5, Day 4, Update 1




Kingston, Jamaica, March 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Jamaica, chasing 382 to win in 90 overs, were 26 for two off 11 overs following the first 40 minutes' play on the fourth and final day of their fifth round WICB first-class match against Barbados at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were Nkrumah Bonner on 11 and Jermaine Blackwood, nought.

Left-hander John Campbell, driving, was caught at point by Carlos Brathwaite off fast bowler Jason Holder for two (11-1; 5.3 overs)

And his opening parner Jon-Ross Campbell, fending at a lifting delivery, was caught at the wicket by Shane Dowrich off Holder for four (26-2; 10 overs).

Barbados declared at their overnight second innings total of 162 for two.

Document Author bcacricket.org
Date Published 2014-03-31
Division WICB 4 Day Tournament
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17. Sulieman Benn (Spartan) 10 11 1 157 45 15.70 0 0 2003 First Division
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