Leaders Guyana to face Bajans
 

Bridgetown, Barbados — There was no play in the fourth round of matches in the West Indies Cricket Board’s Under-19 50-over tournament on Thursday due to heavy rain. The inclement weather associated with Tropical Storm Isaac continued on Wednesday night and Thursday morning which left all the grounds waterlogged.

As a result, Guyana lead the standings with three rounds of matches left. The Guyanese are on 18.5 points matches from four matches – two wins, two no results. They are closely followed by defending champions Barbados on 17.5 points from three matches – two wins, one no result.

The two teams will meet in a top-of-the-table clash at the Foursquare Oval when the tournament resumes on Saturday at 9 am (8 am Jamaica Time).

POINTS STANDINGS
Guyana         18.5 (4 matches)
Barbados       17.5 (3 matches)
T&T              11.5 (4 matches)
Jamaica         9.5 (3 matches)
Americas       8.5 (3 matches)
Windwards     7.0 (3 matches)
Leewards       4.5 (4 matches)

UPCOMING MATCHES
Round 5 – Saturday, August 25
T&T vs Jamaica at Banks Brewery SC, Wildey
ICC America vs Windwards at LIME SC, Wildey
Barbados vs Guyana at Foursquare Oval
BYE: Leewards

Round 6 – Monday, August 27
Guyana vs Leewards at LIME SC, Wildey
Jamaica vs ICC Americas at Foursquare Oval
Windwards vs Barbados at Kensington Oval
BYE: T&T

Round 7 – Wednesday, August 29
ICC Americas vs T&T at The Pine Basin
Leewards vs Windwards at Kensington Oval
Barbados vs Jamaica at Bayfield
BYE: Guyana

Date: 
Fri, 08/24/2012 - 13:25