Barbados beat Leewards by an innings and 18 runs, Regional 1st-class, Day 2, Update 6, RESULT

North Sound, Antigua, March 15 - (www.bcacricket.org) - A bizarre second innings declaration by Leeward Islands Hurricanes gave Barbados Pride a win by an innings and 18 runs on the second day of their rescheduled fourth round match in the regional first-class Championship at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground today.

With a first innings deficit of 101, Leeward Islands were 83 for two off 19.5 overs when the declaration was made 40 minutes after lunch.

Apparently, the Leeward Islands team management miscalculated the points in an effort to finish second behind Guyana Jaguars, who captured the title for a fifth straight season.

Prior to this rescheduled round, Guyana had 154.2 points, the Leeward Islands, with a mathematical, though very remote chance of capturing the Championship, were on 131.2, Barbados 116.8, Windward Islands Volcanoes 92 (completed), Trinidad & Tobago Red Force 90.6 and Jamaica Scorpions 88.6.

As it turned out, Barbados gained 12 points for the win, three for bowling in the first innings, two for pace bowling in the first innings and 0.4 for pace bowling in the second innings to end on 134.2, which gave them second position, edging out the Leeward Islands by a mere 0.2 points.

The Leeward Islands got two points for bowling and 0.8 for pace bowling to finish on 134 in third position.

Apart from the Headley/Weekes Trophy, the champions earn US$15,000 and the runners-up US$8,000.

In the Leeward Islands second innings, the not out batsmen were Montcin Hodge on 40 and Akeem Saunders, five.

Keacy Carty was caught at second slip by Jonathan Carter off pacer Marquino Mindley for four (12-1; 2 overs).

And Devon Thomas was caught at first slip by Kraigg Brathwaite off fast bowler Keon Harding for 21 (74-2; 17.3 overs).

Bowling: Cummins 4-0-25-0, Mindley 5-0-15-1, Harding 6.5-1-23-1, Holder 4-0-15-0.

Starting the day on 154 for four off 46 overs, Barbados scored 191 for eight declared off 54.5 overs in reply to a first innings total of 90 all out off 38 overs - after the first 45 minutes’ play.

Captain Shamarh Brooks topscored with 82 after resuming on 79.

Today, Shane Dowrich, defending a lifting delivery, was caught by Jahmar Hamilton off fast bowler Alzarri Joseph without adding to his overnight 28 (154-5; 46.1 overs).

Brooks, pushing forward, was caught at slip by Hamilton off off-spinner Rahkeem Cornwall (165-6; 49.2 overs).

Tevyn Walcott, driving, was caught at the wicket by Jaison Peters off Joseph for six (165-7; 50.3 overs).

And Chemar Holder, swinging, was bowled by Joseph for five (191-8; 54.5 overs).

Harding was not out on 21.

Yesterday, Shayne Moseley was run out for one (2-1; 1.2 overs).

Brathwaite was caught at leg slip by Thomas off Cornwall for nine (44-2; 15.1 overs).

Carter, pushing forward, was leg before wicket by Cornwall for 12 (65-3; 19.4 overs).

And Roston Chase was caught at first slip by Cornwall off Joseph for 16 (92-4; 27 overs).

Bowling: Joseph 12.5-1-28-4, Bolan 8-3-25-0, Berridge 12-0-40-0, Cornwall 18-1-86-3, Warde 4-0-10-0.

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Leewards 79-2 (2nd), trail by 22  v Barbados, Regional 1st-class, Day 2, Update 5




North Sound, Antigua, March 15 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Leeward Islands Hurricanes, with a first innings deficit of 101, were 79 for two off 19 overs in their second innings - still trailing by 22 against Barbados - half-an-hour after lunch on the second day of the rescheduled fourth round match in the regional first-class Championship at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground today.

The not out batsmen were Montcin Hodge on 37 and Akeem Saunders, four.

Keacy Carty was caught at second slip by Jonathan Carter off pacer Marquino Mindley for four (12-1; 2 overs).

And Devon Thomas was caught by Kraigg Brathwaite off fast bowler Keon Harding for 21 (74-2; 17.3 overs).

Bowling: Cummins 4-0-25-0, Mindley 5-0-15-1, Harding 6-1-19-1, Holder 4-0-15-0.

Starting the day on 154 for four off 46 overs, Barbados scored 191 for eight declared off 54.5 overs in reply to a first innings total of 90 all out off 38 overs - after the first 45 minutes’ play.

Captain Shamarh Brooks topscored with 82 after resuming on 79.

Today, Shane Dowrich, defending a lifting delivery, was caught by Jahmar Hamilton off fast bowler Alzarri Joseph without adding to his overnight 28 (154-5; 46.1 overs).

Brooks, pushing forward, was caught at slip by Hamilton off off-spinner Rahkeem Cornwall (165-6; 49.2 overs).

Tevyn Walcott, driving, was caught at the wicket by Jaison Peters off Joseph for six (165-7; 50.3 overs).

And Chemar Holder, swinging, was bowled by Joseph for five (191-8; 54.5 overs).

Harding was not out on 21.

Yesterday, Shayne Moseley was run out for one (2-1; 1.2 overs).

Brathwaite was caught at leg slip by Thomas off Cornwall for nine (44-2; 15.1 overs).

Carter, pushing forward, was leg before wicket by Cornwall for 12 (65-3; 19.4 overs).

And Roston Chase was caught at first slip by Cornwall off Joseph for 16 (92-4; 27 overs).

Bowling: Joseph 12.5-1-28-4, Bolan 8-3-25-0, Berridge 12-0-40-0, Cornwall 18-1-86-3, Warde 4-0-10-0.

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LUNCH SCORES


Leewards 49-1 (2nd), trail by 52  v Barbados, Regional 1st-class, Day 2, Update 4


LUNCH

North Sound, Antigua, March 15 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Leeward Islands Hurricanes, with a first innings deficit of 101, were 49 for one off 13 overs in their second innings - still trailing by 52 against Barbados - at lunch on the second day of the rescheduled fourth round match in the regional first-class Championship at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground today.

The not out batsmen were Montcin Hodge on 27 and Devon Thomas, 15.

Keacy Carty was caught at second slip by Jonathan Carter off pacer Marquino Mindley for four (12-1; 2 overs).

Bowling: Cummins 3-0-21-0, Mindley 3-0-6-1, Harding 3-1-7-0, Holder 4-0-15-0.

Starting the day on 154 for four off 46 overs, Barbados scored 191 for eight declared off 54.5 overs in reply to a first innings total of 90 all out off 38 overs - after the first 45 minutes’ play.

Captain Shamarh Brooks topscored with 82 after resuming on 79.

Today, Shane Dowrich, defending a lifting delivery, was caught by Jahmar Hamilton off fast bowler Alzarri Joseph without adding to his overnight 28 (154-5; 46.1 overs).

Brooks, pushing forward, was caught at slip by Hamilton off off-spinner Rahkeem Cornwall (165-6; 49.2 overs).

Tevyn Walcott, driving, was caught at the wicket by Jaison Peters off Joseph for six (165-7; 50.3 overs).

And Chemar Holder, swinging, was bowled by Joseph for five (191-8; 54.5 overs).

Keon Harding was not out on 21.

Yesterday, Shayne Moseley was run out for one (2-1; 1.2 overs).

Kraigg Brathwaite was caught at leg slip by Thomas off Cornwall for nine (44-2; 15.1 overs).

Carter, pushing forward, was leg before wicket by Cornwall for 12 (65-3; 19.4 overs).

And Roston Chase was caught at first slip by Cornwall off Joseph for 16 (92-4; 27 overs).

Bowling: Joseph 12.5-1-28-4, Bolan 8-3-25-0, Berridge 12-0-40-0, Cornwall 18-1-86-3, Warde 4-0-10-0.

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Leewards 27-1 (2nd), trail by 74 v Barbados, Regional 1st-class, Day 2, Update 3




North Sound, Antigua, March 15 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Leeward Islands Hurricanes, with a first innings deficit of 101, were 27 for one off seven overs in their second innings - still trailing by 74 against Barbados - half-an-hour before lunch on the second day of the rescheduled fourth round match in the regional first-class Championship at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground today.

The not out batsmen were Montcin Hodge on 15 and Devon Thomas, seven.

Keacy Carty was caught at second slip by Jonathan Carter off pacer Marquino Mindley for four (12-1; 2 overs).

Bowling: Cummins 3-0-21-0, Mindley 1-0-4-1, Harding 2-1-1-0, Holder 1-0-1-0.

Starting the day on 154 for four off 46 overs, Barbados scored 191 for eight declared off 54.5 overs in reply to a first innings total of 90 all out off 38 overs - after the first 45 minutes’ play.

Captain Shamarh Brooks topscored with 82 after resuming on 79.

Today, Shane Dowrich, defending a lifting delivery, was caught by Jahmar Hamilton off fast bowler Alzarri Joseph without adding to his overnight 28 (154-5; 46.1 overs).

Brooks, pushing forward, was caught at slip by Hamilton off off-spinner Rahkeem Cornwall (165-6; 49.2 overs).

Tevyn Walcott, driving, was caught at the wicket by Jaison Peters off Joseph for six (165-7; 50.3 overs).

And Chemar Holder, swinging, was bowled by Joseph for five (191-8; 54.5 overs).

Keon Harding was not out on 21.

Yesterday, Shayne Moseley was run out for one (2-1; 1.2 overs).

Kraigg Brathwaite was caught at leg slip by Thomas off Cornwall for nine (44-2; 15.1 overs).

Carter, pushing forward, was leg before wicket by Cornwall for 12 (65-3; 19.4 overs).

And Roston Chase was caught at first slip by Cornwall off Joseph for 16 (92-4; 27 overs).

Bowling: Joseph 12.5-1-28-4, Bolan 8-3-25-0, Berridge 12-0-40-0, Cornwall 18-1-86-3, Warde 4-0-10-0.

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Barbados s

core 191-8 declared in reply to Leewards’ 90 (1st), Regional 1st-class, Day 2, Update 2




North Sound, Antigua, March 15 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride, starting the day on 154 for four off 46 overs, scored 191 for eight declared off 54.5 overs in reply to a first innings total of 90 all out off 38 overs by Leeward Islands Hurricanes - after the first 45 minutes’ play on the second day of the rescheduled fourth round match in the regional first-class Championship at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground today.

Captain Shamarh Brooks topscored with 82 after resuming on 79.

Today, Shane Dowrich, defending a lifting delivery, was caught by Jahmar Hamilton off fast bowler Alzarri Joseph without adding to his overnight 28 (154-5; 46.1 overs).

Brooks, pushing forward, was caught at slip by Hamilton off off-spinner Rahkeem Cornwall (165-6; 49.2 overs).

Tevyn Walcott, driving, was caught at the wicket by Jaison Peters off Joseph for six (165-7; 50.3 overs).

And Chemar Holder, swinging, was bowled by Joseph for five (191-8; 54.5 overs).

Keon Harding was not out on 21.

Yesterday, Shayne Moseley was run out for one (2-1; 1.2 overs).

Kraigg Brathwaite was caught at leg slip by Devon Thomas off Cornwall for nine (44-2; 15.1 overs).

Jonathan Carter, pushing forward, was leg before wicket by Cornwall for 12 (65-3; 19.4 overs).

And Roston Chase was caught at first slip by Cornwall off Joseph for 16 (92-4; 27 overs).

Bowling: Joseph 12.5-1-28-4, Bolan 8-3-25-0, Berridge 12-0-40-0, Cornwall 18-1-86-3, Warde 4-0-10-0.

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Barbados 176-7 in reply to Leewards’ 90 (1st), Regional 1st-class, Day 2, Update 1




North Sound, Antigua, March 15 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride, starting the day on 154 for four off 46 overs, were 176 for seven off 52 overs in reply to a first innings total of 90 all out off 38 overs by Leeward Islands Hurricanes after the first half-an-hour’s play on the second day of the rescheduled fourth round match in the regional first-class Championship at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground today.

The not out batsmen were Keon Harding on eight and Chemar Holder, three.

Today, Shane Dowrich, defending a lifting delivery, was caught by Jahmar Hamilton off fast bowler Alzarri Joseph without adding to his overnight 28 (154-5; 46.1 overs).

Shamarh Brooks, pushing forward, was caught at slip by Hamilton off off-spinner Rahkeem Cornwall for 82 after resuming on 79 (165-6; 49.2 overs).

And Tevyn Walcott, driving, was caught at the wicket by Jaison Peters off Joseph for six (165-7; 50.3 overs).

Yesterday, Shayne Moseley was run out for one (2-1; 1.2 overs).

Kraigg Brathwaite was caught at leg slip by Devon Thomas off Cornwall for nine (44-2; 15.1 overs).

Jonathan Carter, pushing forward, was leg before wicket by Cornwall for 12 (65-3; 19.4 overs).

And Roston Chase was caught at first slip by Cornwall off Joseph for 16 (92-4; 27 overs).

Bowling: Joseph 10-1-23-3, Bolan 8-3-25-0, Berridge 13-0-41-0, Cornwall 17-1-75-3, Warde 4-0-10-0.



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