Inside the WICB Under-19 One-Day championship
Date Published: 2019-08-14
Summary: Report, scores
WICB Under-19 One-Day championship
Morris slams two half-centuries in 3-match CWI Under-19 training camp
Kingstown, St. Vincent, August 14 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Attacking Barbadian middle order batsman Antonio Morris struck two consecutive half-centuries in the three-match Cricket West Indies (CWI) Rising stars Under-19 training camp at Arnos Vale in preparation for the ICC Youth World Cup in South Africa next year.
Morris, a member of the champion Barbados team in the recent CWI Under-19 one-day Tournament here, slammed 66 off 67 balls with five fours and three sixes in the second match and then lashed 81 off 83 deliveries including five fours and four sixes. Both knocks were in winning causes.
Six Barbadians - Morris, fast bowling all-rounder Nyeem Young, who played in the last Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand in 2018, exciting all-rounder Matthew Forde, who also bowls fast, talented wicket-keeper/batsman Rivaldo Clarke and pacers Ramon Simmonds, who is a left-armer and Che Simmons - took part in the training camp.
The 2020 Under-19 World Cup is slated for January 17 to February 9. It will be the 13th edition and the second to be held in South Africa.
Summarised scores: NB: All matches were played at Arnos Vale.
August 9: Best One beat Best Two by 51 runs.
Best One 157 all out (48.4 overs) (Leonardo Julien 23, Rivaldo Clarke 23, Antonio Morris 22, Daniel Beckford 21, Matthew Forde 15, Matthew Comerie 15; Jayden Seales 3-14, Ashmaed Nedd 2-15, Nyeem Young 2-35).
Best Two 106 all out (34.5 overs) (Nyeem Young 29, Kelvon Anderson 19, Teddy Bishop 10; Kelvin Umora 3-15, Avinash Mahabirsingh 2-14, Matthew Forde 2-17).
August 11: Best Two beat Best One by seven wickets.
Best One 175 all out (44.5 overs) (Elroy Francis 36, Nyeem Young 25, Zawandi White 19, Ashmaed Nedd 13, Leonardo Julien 12; Avinash Mahabirsingh 2-26, Rivaldo Ramolgan 2-26).
Best Two 177-3 (35.3 overs) (Antonio Morris 66 - 67 balls, 5 fours, 3 sixes; Daniel Beckford 38, Mbeki Joseph 36, Nyeem Young 25, Kirk McKenzie 25).
August 13: Best One beat Best Two by 43 runs.
Best One 283 all out (50 overs) (Antonio Morris 81 - 83 balls, 5 fours, 4 sixes; Leonardo Julien 75 - 105 balls, 3 fours, 3 sixes; Daniel Beckford 26, Kimani Melius 23, Elroy Francis 18, Matthew Forde 12, Avinash Mahabirsingh 10; Jayden Seales 5-23).
Best Two 240-9 (50 overs) (Mbeki Joseph 71 - 81 balls, 9 fours, 1 six; Teddy Bishop 40, Kelvron Anderson 32, Kirk McKenzie 29, Nyeem Young 28; Matthew Forde 3-51, Kelvin Umora 2-43).