Barbados v Guyana U19 2in (19 Jul 2013)
|Match:||Barbados v Guyana U19 2in (19-21 Jul 2013)|
|Competition:||WICB 2013 Regional Under-19 Competition|
|Format:||2 innings maximum per side|
|Venue:||Warner Park, St Kitts|
|Toss:||Barbados, who chose to field|
|Result:||Barbados won by 8 wickets|
|T Chanderpaul||c J Jones||b Williams||21|
|S Hetmyer||c Williams||b Springer||39|
|B Sattaur||c Maynard||b A Jones||37|
|K Yadram||c Stuart||b J Jones||23|
|S Pereira*||c Drakes||b A Jones||10|
|R Adams||c Drakes||b J Stuart||19|
|G Motie-Kanhai||b J Jones||0|
|R Shepherd||c & b||b J Stuart||36|
|D Mangal+||c ?||b J Stuart||6|
|Extras:||(10b, 5lb, 9nb, 2wd)||26|
|Total:||All out in 65.2 overs||234|
|Fall of wickets: 1-66, 2-?, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-?, 8-?, 9-?|
|T Walcott||c Hetmyer||b Mangal||7|
|D Boyce-Malcolm||run out||(Pereira)||12|
|J Drakes||c Shepherd||b Narayan||14|
|A Jones||lbw||b Narayan||143|
|J Stuart*||c Adams||b Sankar||31|
|C Maynard+||c Motie-Kanhai||b Pereira||32|
|S Springer||b Narayan||9|
|J Archer||c Chanderpaul||b Motie-Kanhai||37|
|J Jones||c Chanderpaul||b Narayan||0|
|A Jordan||c Pereira||b Narayan||2|
|C Williams||not out||0|
|Total:||All out in 108.5 overs||301|
|Fall of wickets: 1-?, 2-?, 3-?, 4-101, 5-154, 6-202, 7-294, 8-301, 9-301|
|T Chanderpaul||c Drakes||b Archer||4|
|S Hetmyer||b Archer||2|
|B Sattaur||c Walcott||b Springer||11|
|K Yadram||lbw||b Archer||23|
|S Pereira*||c Stuart||b A Jones||11|
|S Sankar||lbw||b Archer||2|
|R Adams||c Archer||b Springer||28|
|V Narayan||b J Jones||0|
|R Shepherd||c & b||b J Jones||13|
|G Motie-Kanhai||not out||7|
|D Mangal+||c Archer||b Jordan||4|
|Total:||All out in 35.4 overs||111|
|Fall of wickets: 1-6, 2-7, 3-11, 4-31, 5-33, 6-60, 7-61, 8-85, 9-?|
|T Walcott||b Motie-Kanhai||1|
|D Boyce-Malcolm||not out||23|
|J Drakes||c Chanderpaul||b Motie-Kanhai||5|
|A Jones||not out||14|
|Total:||For 2 wickets in 15.3 overs||43|
|Fall of wickets: 1-?, 2-10|
Day 1 Report (Twitter):
Guyana, in their first innings, reached 66 in 18 overs with 10 boundaries, with Hetmyer on 39 and Chanderpaul on 18, when Hetmyer was caught by Williams at point off Springer, square-cutting a wide ball. New batsman Brian Sattaur played aggressively and soon overtook Chanderpaul on 18, with the score on 86-1 in 23 overs.
Guyana were all out in their first innings for 234, in 65.2 overs. Barbados reached 53-3 by the close of the first day, with A Jones on 12 and J Stuart on 8.
Day 2 Report (Twitter):
Play started promptly on Day Two and Barbados reached 100-3 in 35 overs, with A Jones on 32 and Stuart on 31. The hundred came in 120 minutes and contained 13 fours and a six. Stuart (31) was caught soon after at mid-on, mistiming a pull off Sankar, with the score on 101-4. Maynard joined Jones and they took the score t0 149-4 in 55 overs, when Jones (52*) reached a patient half-century in 159 minutes off 135 balls, with 6 fours.
With the Barbados score on 154-4, Maynard was caught at short backward-square off Pereira for 32. At this point the wickets were well distributed, with Mangal 1-7, Pereira 1-20, Nayaran 1-28, Sankar 1-44.
After lunch it became slightly overcast. Barbados reached 201-5 in 75 overs, with A Jones on 87* and Springer on 8*. The 200 came up in 255 minutes and 75 overs, with 25 fours and 2 sixes. Two runs later, Springer played over a well-flighted ball from Narayan and was bowled for 9. Jones, however, reache his century (103*) in 200 minutes off 232 balls, with 14 fours, with the Barbados score on 222-6.
Barbados claimed first innings points when their score reached 240-6 in 86 overs, with Jones on 111* and Archer on 14*. Play was interrupted by rain with Barbados piling on the runs on 259-6 in 91 overs, with Jones on 125* and Archer on 19*.
Aaron Jones finally fell lbw for 143, to one that kept a bit low from Nayaran, with the Barbados score on 294 in 98 overs. He batted for 273 minutes, faced 273 balls and had 22 fours. Archer was on 31. He fell soon afterwards for 37, with the score on 301, quickly followed by Jerome Jones for 0, at the same score, 4 balls later.
Barbados was soon 301 all out in 108.5 overs, with Vishal Nayaran 22.5-6-57-5 the pick of the Guyana bowlers.
In the Guyana second innings, Hetmyer was bowled for 2, playing over a well pitched-up ball, with the score on 6, in the fourth over. Chanderpaul was then caught for 4 at second slip by Drakes from a snorter, with the score on 7, in the sixth over. Three overs later, Sattaur was brilliantly caught by Walcott at cover for 5, leaving Guyana on 11-3. Guyana was 33-4 at the close.
Day 3 Report (Kaieteur News)
Barbados completed an eight wicket victory over Guyana in the first round of the Regional U-19 three day tournament yesterday at Warner Park in St. Kitts.
Trailing by 38 runs, Guyana resumed the final day on 33-4 with Kamesh Yadram and Steven Sankar on 2 each. Sankar (02) was the first wicket to fall before Yadram went for 23 to leave Guyana at 60-6. Shawn Pereira was then bowled for 5 at 61-7 before Ricardo Adams and Romario Shepherd stemmed the flow of wickets with an eight wicket stand of 24.
Shepherd was then caught and bowled by Jerome Jones for 13 as Guyana slipped to 85-8. Adams was caught at long leg hooking at a short ball from Shamar Springer, while Denesh Mangal was removed by Jofra Archer for 4 as Guyana were bowled out for 111 in 35.4 overs. Archer 4-42 and Springer 2-12 were the pick of the bowlers for the Bajans.
Barbados needed 41 to win, but Gudakesh Motie Kanhai removed Walcott (1) and Drakes (0) to reduced them to 10-2 before Aaron Jones and Boyce saw their team home with a third wicket stand of 33 as they finished on 43-2 in 15.3 overs.