Guyana v Jamaica at Sabina Park Part 2
 

Kaieteur News article.

Georgetown, Guyana - Statistician Charwayne Walker continues his look at the stats relating to the meetings between Guyana and Jamaica in Regional cricket over the years.  Here is part two of his writings on the encounters.

1982 the Robert Haynes show: The 17 year old debutant, Robert Haynes, destroyed Guyana with match figures of 11 for 206 giving Jamaica a 52 runs victory.

Jamaica first innings 211 all out Everton Mattis 98, George Powell, father of Toney Powell, supported with 48, Jeffrey Dujon 20.  Bowling for Guyana Colin Croft took 4 for 26 from 122 overs, Deryck Kallicharran had 3 for 71 from 20 overs, Roger Harper 2 for 15 from 10 overs.

Guyana first innings 285 all out Skipper Faoud Bacchus top scored with 50, Andrew Lyght 44, Milton Pydanna 37, Clyde Butts 35, Colin Croft 27 not out.  Bowling for Jamaica, 17 year old debutant leg spinner Robert Haynes took 5 for 87 from 29 overs, C. Thompson took 2 for 25.

Jamaica second innings 435 for 6 declared, Hubert Chung 155, Richard Austin 118, Jeffrey Dujon 66 not out, Everton Mattis 41.  Bowling for Guyana Roger Harper took 3 for 95 from 40 overs.  Guyana second innings 309 all out, Faoud Bacchus 79, Andrew Lyght 69, Clive Lloyd 38, Timur Mohamed 22.  Bowling for Jamaica, Haynes took 6 from 119 from 34 overs, Jamaica won by 52 runs.

Guyana vs Jamaica at Sabina Park 1984 – Jamaica won by 6 wickets:

Guyana first innings 411 all out, Andrew Lyght 122, William White 105, debutant Andrew Jackman 78, Rabindranauth Seeram 37.  Bowling for Jamaica, Kenneth McLeod took 3 for 49 from 17:3 overs, Marlon Tucker 3 for 80 from 39 overs.

Jamaica first Inning s 347 all out, Mark Neita 133, Odelmo Peters 72, Skipper Basil Williams 34, Cleveland Davidson 32.

Bowling for Guyana, Ray Joseph took 6 for 114 from 33 overs, Suresh Ganouri 2 for 67 (23) overs, Clyde Butts 2 for 104 from 46 overs.

Guyana Second Innings 134 all out Andrew Lyght 42, Andrew Jackman 31.  Bowling for Jamaica Courtney Walsh took 6 for 35 from 9 overs, Clement Thompson 3 for 40 from 11 overs.   Jamaica second innings 199 for 4, Terrence Corke 62, Mark Neita 61.  William White took 2 for 16 from 10 overs bowling for Guyana.

Guyana vs Jamaica at Sabina 1986 – Jamaica won by 3 wickets:

Guyana first innings 41 all out. Skipper Roger Harper 18.  Bowling for Jamaica Patrick Patterson took 7 for 24, Courtney Walsh 3 for 13.  Jamaica first innings 126 all out Skipper Michael Holding 34, Wayne Lewis 23.

Bowling for Guyana, Roger Harper took 4 for 37 from 15 overs, Deryck Kallicharran 3 for 12 4.5 overs, Clyde Butts, 2 for 25 from 10 overs.  Guyana second innings 202 all Out, Skipper Roger Harper 65, Timur Mohamed 57, Clayton Lambert 24.  Bowling for Jamaica Courtney Walsh took 8 for 92 from 193 overs, Michael Holding 2 for 20.

Jamaica second innings 119 for 7, Cleveland Davidson 22 not out, Frans Cunningham 20, Aaron Daley 18 not out.  Bowling for Guyana Skipper Roger Harper snared 4 for 29 from 21 overs.  Deryck Kallicharran 2 for 36 from 14.2 overs.

Guyana vs Jamaica at Sabina Park 1989 Jamaica won by an Innings and 49 runs.

Jamaica first innings 338 all out Delroy Simeon Morgan 122, Cleveland Davidson 57 not out, Mark Neita 49, James Adams 27. Bowling for Guyana Barrington Browne took 4 for 75 from 25.5 overs, Lynden Joseph 2 for 66 from 24 overs, David Harper 2 for 57 from 29 overs.

Guyana first innings 144 all out Clayton Lambert 40, Skipper Clyde Butts 33, Andrew Jackman 21.

Bowling for Jamaica, Nehemiah Perry took 4 for 35, Robert Haynes 3 for 32 from 22 overs, Michael Holding 2 for 36.

Guyana second innings following on, 145 all out, Rabindranauth  Seeram 40, Clayton Lambert 33, Andrew Jackman 19 not out.

Bowling for Jamaica Nehemiah Perry took 8 for 45 from 28.4 overs giving him match figures of 12 for 80.

Guyana vs Jamaica at Sabina Park 1991 – result match drawn.

Jamaica first Innings 242 all out Jeffrey Dujon 75, James  Adams 35, Cleveland Davidson 30. Bowling for Guyana Clyde Butts 5 for 81 from (39 overs), Lynden Joseph 2 for 48 from 15 overs.

Guyana first Innings 217 all out, Mark Harper 57, Roger Harper 30, Clyde Butts 27 not out.

Bowling for Jamaica Courtney Walsh 4 for 60 from 22 overs, Patrick Patterson 3 for 50 from 17 overs, Robert Haynes 2 for 40 from 17 overs.  Jamaica second Inning s 249 for 9 declared Jeffrey Dujon 77 not out, Delroy Morgan 38, Robert Haynes 25.  Bowling for Guyana Clyde Butts 4 for 70 from 34 overs, Carl Hooper 4 for 48 from 23 overs.

Guyana second Innings 192 for 6, Mark Harper 38, Carl Hooper 36, Roger Harper 35 not out. Bowling for Jamaica Joseph Grant took 2 for 47 from 15 overs.10th First-Class fifty.

Delorn Johnson (11) was bowled by leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo (1-21) at 109-9 before the 24-year-old Permaul, who bettered his previous best of 6-39 at this level, wrapped up the Windwards innings when he had Nelon Pascal caught behind for a duck. Narsingh Deonarine (2-35) offered support to his Albion club mate.

When Guyana began their reply, Sewnarine Chattergoon (14) got going with three boundaries off Pascal before he dragged a ball from the Grenadian onto his leg stump with the score on 19-1.

Assad Fudadin, who made 82 in the first innings, joined 17-year-old left-hander Tagenarine Chanderpaul and the pair took Guyana to 28-1 when rain stopped play at 11:07hrs. With the shower getting heavier Lunch was taken with Chanderpaul on eight and Fudadin on five.

After Lunch, Chanderpaul and Fudadin saw the fifty posted in the 24th over with consecutive boundaries in successive overs from Chanderpaul. The West Indies under-19 player first went back and cut Sebastien to the backward point boundary before lofting Left-arm spinner Alton Bobb for a disdainful six over mid-wicket.

Fudadin, who batted very purposefully in the first innings, was strangely a lot more cautious yesterday although he danced into Sebastien and dumped him for four to long-off.

Chanderpaul changed gear; depositing Bobb back over his head for a boundary and sweeping the spinner in enterprising fashion behind square for four in the same over as the South Americans picked up their run rate after a slow but solid start to the post Lunch session.

Fudadin (22) seemed unfortunate to be LBW to Sebastien, who removed Vishaul Singh in similar fashion next ball, as Guyana slipped to 68-3 after Chanderpaul and Fudadin had added 49 for the second wicket.

Deonarine, with three ducks in a row and four in the competition so far, averted the hat-trick with a pugnacious hoik over the head of the bowler for four before a majestic cover driven boundary signaled that Deonarine was in a positive frame of mind.

Deonarine, the only Guyanese with 1,000 runs in a season, did the bulk of the scoring with the rock solid Chanderpaul playing the supporting role and another shower threatened to add to the drama with the fourth.

First Published By Kaieteur News.

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Sun, 03/16/2014 - 22:08