Windies Under 19 Team

Adams cracks maiden ton for Guyana

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – All-rounder Ricardo Adams slammed a hard-hitting, maiden century for Guyana but could not prevent Trinidad and Tobago from landing first innings honours in their drawn game of the WICB Regional Under-19 three-day Championship on Wednesday.

The Guyanese, 180 for four overnight and still behind Trinidad & Tobago’s first innings total of 375 for seven declared by 195 runs, were dismissed for 245 in the morning session.

Bajans make 68 in 86 overs; earn draw

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – After scenting victory at one stage with Barbados tottering, Jamaica were frustratingly held to a draw on the final day of their third round encounter in the WICB Regional Under-19 three-day Championship on Wednesday.

Starting the day on one without loss, Barbados slipped to 53 for six, needing 89 more runs to avoid an innings defeat before Kemar Brathwaite and Darnell Greenidge, both in their debut year, glued the lower order together with a face-saving unbroken seventh-wicket partnership of 15 which spanned 20.1 overs.

Leewards get upperhand over Windwards

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Leewards Islands took first innings lead over Windward Islands as their third match in the WICB Regional Under-19 three-Championship petered out into a tame draw at the Desmond Haynes Oval on Wednesday.

After Tuesday’s complete washout, play got started at 11 am and the Windwards resuming on 25 without loss, were bundled out for 147.

Scores: Under-19 Tournament Round 3

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Following are the summarised results on the third and final day of the third round of matches in the West Indies Cricket Board’s Regional Under-19 three-day Championship on Wednesday.

Solozano's 160 not out guides T&T

Bridgetown, Barbados, CMC – Trinidad and Tobago held the stronger hand but Guyana kept their fortunes afloat on the second day of their WICB Regional Under-19 three-day Championship match on Tuesday.

Already comfortably placed at 313 for five on resumption, T&T extended their first innings by a further 11.1 overs, adding 62 runs for the loss two wickets before declaring 35 minutes ahead of lunch on 375 for seven.

Guyana have so far replied with 180 for four and enter Wednesday’s final day still 195 runs behind on first innings.


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