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Wed, 08/15/2012 - 14:43

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Following are the summarised close-of-play scores on the opening day of the fifth and final round of matches in the West Indies Cricket Board’s  Regional Under-19 three-day Championship on Wednesday:

At Desmond Haynes Oval: Barbados lead by 74 runs overall. GUYANA 136 (Shawn Pereira 33, Tagenarine Chanderpaul 25, Ricardo Adams 22, Kamesh Yadram 20; Darnell Greenidge 3-28,...

Wed, 08/15/2012 - 13:40

Brisbane, Australia - Fresh from an electrifying century against Papua New Guinea earlier this week, Sunil Ambris says he is on the hunt for more big runs when he lines up against Zimbabwe on Thursday.

The stylish Vincentian scorched 91 runs off 43 balls as he piloted the Windies to an easy nine-wicket win over PNG in their second Group C match of the International Cricket Council’s Under-19 World Cup....

Wed, 08/15/2012 - 07:55

Brisbane, Australia - West Indies Under-19 new ball bowler Jerome Jones is feeling relaxed and confident as he prepares for the third Group C match of the International Cricket Council Under-19 World Cup.

The strongly-built left-armer has been impressive with superb new ball spells against India and Papua New Guinea. West Indies won both matches to go top of the group. A win over Zimbabwe will see them...

Wed, 08/15/2012 - 03:22

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Leeward Islands batsmen turned in a solid performance that helped to vindicate a decision to bat first against title-challengers Trinidad and Tobago at Kensington Oval here Tuesday.

After winning the toss in overcast conditions on the opening day of their fourth round Regional Under-19 clash, the Leewards, inspired by a stoic, unbeaten 68 from captain Akeem Saunders, occupied...

Wed, 08/15/2012 - 02:38

BLACK ROCK, Barbados, CMC – Guyana struggled against Barbados’ fast bowlers to fall for a paltry total, on a rain-hit opening day of the fifth round of matches in the WICB Regional Under-19 Championship on Tuesday.

Winning the toss and batting, Guyana were all out for 136, losing their last four wickets for 13 runs in four overs with the second new ball at the Desmond Haynes Oval.

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