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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.

Windies go down by 13 runs

Brisbane, Australia - West Indies Under-19 went down by 13 runs to England Under-19 to finish sixth in the International Cricket Council’s Under-19 World Cup on Friday.

In the fifth-sixth position play-off match, Sam Wood produced a fine all-round performance to help England defeat the West Indies by 13 runs.

Wood first hit a quick fire 104 off 111 balls with four fours and seven sixes to help England post 241 for nine and then picked up two wickets for 52 runs as the West Indies was dismissed for 228 in 48.3 overs. He was later named Player-of-the-Match.

Windies to meet England for fifth

TOWNSVILLE, Australia, CMC – West Indies Under-19s compensated for their heart-breaking quarter-final loss by getting past Pakistan Under-19s by 16 runs, in their fifth place playoff in the ICC Youth World Cup on Wednesday.

Sent in at Endeavour Park, West Indies were dismissed for a paltry 182 off 49 overs with captain Kraigg Brathwaite top-scoring with 39 and wicketkeeper Steven Katwaroo chipping in with 35.

Left-arm seamer Mir Hamza was the leading bowler with three for 44.

Rain puts damper on Under-19s

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Heavy rain associated with the passage of Tropical Storm Isaac wrecked the third round of matches in the WICB Regional Under-19 50-over Championship here Wednesday.

While play got underway in two of the three scheduled fixtures, they had to be eventually abandoned as torrential showers engulfed the country. The country was also lashed with heavy early morning rain as Tropical Storm Isaac passed north and headed into the island chain.

WICB Under-19 50-over Round 2

Bridgetown, Barbados — A superb century by opener Shimron Hetmeyer was the highlight of the second round of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Under-19 50-over tournament as he led Guyana to 59-run victory Windward Islands in a high-scoring match on Monday.
Hetmeyer went after the bowling from the get-go and played a number of authentic shots as the bulk of his runs came square of the wicket. He raced to 116 off 118 balls with 14 fours and two sixes as Guyana rattled up 317-8 off 50 overs on a batsman-friendly surface at the Friendship Cricket Ground.

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