PCL Points Table and System after 4 Rounds

Mon, Nov 20, '17

 

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OFFICIAL POINTS STANDINGS AFTER THE FOURTH ROUND

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – Following are the Official Points Standings after the fourth round of matches ended on Sunday in the 2017-18 Digicel 4-Day Championship.

Abbreviations: PTS-total points, M-matches, W-won, L-lost, I-incomplete match, T-tied, A-abandoned match, DP-Abandoned match due to dangerous pitch, MR-match referee awarding match, BAT-batting points, BOWL-bowling points, PB-pace bowling points

 

FRANCHISES

PTS

M

W

L

I

T

A

DP

MR

BAT

BOWL

PB

1. Guyana Jaguars

64.8

4

3

0

1

0

0

0

0

9

10

6.8

2. Leewards Hurricanes

44.6

4

1

1

2

0

0

0

0

6

12

8.6

3. Barbados Pride

42.4

4

1

1

2

0

0

0

0

9

11

4.4

4. T&T Red Force

41.8

4

1

1

2

0

0

0

0

11

8

4.8

5. Jamaica Scorpions

36.6

4

1

1

2

0

0

0

0

6

9

3.6

6. Windwards Volcanoes

18.4

4

0

3

1

0

0

0

0

2

8

5.4

 

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PCL: Round 4, Day 4

Mon, Nov 20, '17

 

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Hurricanes vs Scorpions

BASSETERRE, St Kitts (CMC) — Nikita Miller and Damion Jacobs produced further evidence that spin remains the undoing of Leeward Islands Hurricanes' batsmen, when they bowled Jamaica Scorpions to a 157-run victory in the Regional 4-Day Championship yesterday.
Left-arm spinner Miller bagged 5-31 from 20 overs, ending with match figures of 10-87, and leg-spinner Jacobs collected 3-65 from 19.4 overs, as the Hurricanes were bowled out for 144 in their second innings on the final day of their fourth-round match at Warner Park.
West Indies A team opener Montcin Hodge and rookie Terence Warde led the way with 30 apiece, former Scorpions' wicketkeeper/batsman and part-time medium-fast bowler Devon Thomas made 25 and Hurricanes Captain Rahkeem Cornwall added 23.
Miller, playing his first match of the season, following an off-season medical procedure, and Jacobs, a member of the West Indies A team in their recent home series against Sri Lanka A, again emphasised their value to the Scorpions.And Volcanoes were quickly in trouble, losing key batsmen to slump to 62 for three at lunch.
 

Volcanoes vs Pride

 KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent, (CMC) – Barbados finally won their first match of the newly-minted Regional Four-Day Championship, making light work of Windward Islands Volcanoes in thrashing them by 135 runs in their fourth round encounter here Sunday.
Off-spinner Kenroy Williams was outstanding with four for 36 as the home side, set 310 for victory, collapsed to 174 all out in their second innings – 1-1/4 hours before the scheduled close on the final day at Arnos Vale.Barbadian Kyle Mayers carved out his second half-century of the match with a top score of 76 while Taryck Gabriel got 33, but the remainder of the Volcanoes batting failed to display the enterprise required.
The result broke a sequence of poor results which saw the traditionally strong visitors losing one and drawing two of their opening three matches.Resuming the day on 148 for nine, Pride added a further 23 runs before they were dismissed in their second innings for 171 – 20 minutes into the morning session.And Volcanoes were quickly in trouble, losing key batsmen to slump to 62 for three at lunch.

read more at Guyana Chronicle

Red Force vs Jaguars

Guyana Jaguars’ left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul snatched match figures of 9 for 97 to condemn T&T Red Force to its largest ever defeat in Regional First Class cricket.The T&T Red Force suffered its biggest ever loss in regional First Class cricket, when they went under to the Guyana Jaguars by an innings and 217 runs on the fourth and final day of their PCL clash at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba.
Starting the day in the perilous position of 106 for 6 the T&T Red Force resisted for an hour and 45 minutes before falling for 147 all out.
The man doing the damage for Guyana was left-arm spinner Veersammy Permaul who finished with 5 for 54. The day before Keemo Paul did the early damage finishing with four wickets for 26 runs.

 

 

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PCL , Round 4,Day 3

Sun, Nov 19, '17

 

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Red Force vs Jaguars

TAROUBA, Trinidad, (CMC) – Three-time reigning champions, Guyana Jaguars, dominated Trinidad and Tobago Red Force to leave the hosts on the ropes, as they closed in on a convincing victory on day three of their day/night Regional four-day match here Saturday.
Jaguars twice scythed through the Red Force batting line-up, bundling them out for a paltry 120 in the first innings and before leaving them hanging by a string 106 for six in their second innings – still 258 runs adrift of an innings defeat in the fourth round encounter at the Brian Lara Stadium.
Things could have been worse for Red Force were it not for a defiant, unbroken seventh wicket stand of 44 between Daniel St Clair, unbeaten on 26, and Imran Khan, not out on 20, late in the final session.The spinners had earlier done the trick for Jaguars as left-arm spinners Veerasammy Permaul (4-43) and Gudakesh Motie (4-46) shared eight wickets as Red Force collapsed from 66 without loss to lose their last 10 wickets for just 54 runs.

Guyana Chronicle has the report

Volcanoes vs Pride

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent – Out-of-favour West Indies left-arm spinner, Jomel Warrican, struck twice in as many balls in the final session to hand Barbados Pride the advantage on the second day of their fourth-round Regional four-day contest against Windward Islands Volcanoes.
At the close of play at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex today, Volcanoes were battling on 151 for five in in their first innings, in reply to Pride’s 360 all out earlier in the day.
Spinner Jomel Warrican’s important strikes gave Barbados Pride the edge over the Volcanoes.They were in good shape at one stage on 89 for two but Warrican knocked over Kavem Hodge for 38 and Barbadian Kirk Edwards without scoring in successive deliveries, to hurt the innings.
However, Roland Cato came to his side’s aid with an unbeaten 47, and was partnered by Barbadian Kyle Mayers on 21, at stumps.
Volcanoes trail by 209 runs heading into Saturday’s pivotal penultimate day.

Hurricanes vs Scorpions

BASSETERRE, St Kitts (CMC) — Leeward Islands Hurricanes Captain Rahkeem Cornwall led a lion-hearted effort from the bowling attack yesterday to leave his side with a final-day chase of 302 for victory against Jamaica Scorpions in the Regional Four-Day championship.
The burly Cornwall collected 4-32 from 29 overs with his high-class off spin, and fast-medium bowlers Sheeno Berridge and Jeremiah Louis shared five wickets as the Scorpions were bowled out for 191 in their second innings just before the close, on the third day of their fourth-round match at Warner Park.
Derval Green, batting at seven, led the way for the Scorpions with 51 that included nine fours from 48 balls in just over an hour at the crease.
A few others got starts without carrying on, as the unreliability of the Scorpions' batting once again reared its head — their Captain Nikita Miller scored 26, opener Garth Garvey made 23, left-handed opening partner John Campbell got 22, and Damion Jacobs was not out on 20.
Berridge scalped 3-47 from 12.3 overs and Louis 2-47 from 15 overs to complete the demolition of the Scorpions' second-innings batting.

read more at Jamaica Observer

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PCL: Round 4; Day 2

Sat, Nov 18, '17

 

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Jaguars (484-8 dec) vs Red Force 51-0 

Jangoo was not out on 32 and Hope was not out on 18, as they batted through 19 overs in an hour-and-a-half before stumps were drawn to give Red Force a strong start to their reply. Singh made an even 100 – his eighth first-class hundred – to become the second century-maker of the innings behind Johnson, whose 165 helped to propel Jaguars to a declaration just over an hour before the scheduled close. Singh has reeled off scores of 119, 8 not out, 97 and 34 prior to this innings after he missed the first match of the season, due to his involvement with the Windies “A” Team in their three “Test” home series against Sri Lanka “A”. He put on 183 with Johnson, establishing a new Jaguars third-wicket record against Red Force in the modern era of the West Indies first-class championship (1966 onwards) to eclipse the previous mark of 179 shared between legendary, former Windies captain Clive Lloyd and another former Windies batsman Len Baichan 44 years ago at Skeldon in Guyana. Sophomore off-spinner Bryan Charles captured 5-134 from 43 overs to be the pick of the Red Force bowlers on an unresponsive pitch.

 Scorpions (342) vs Hurricanes (209-6) 

Cornwall followed up a typically steady bowling effort with a resolute batting to reach 28 not out and Warde was not out on 21, as they helped their side recover from a mid-innings crisis triggered by Miller. The pair has so far shared 59 – unbroken – for the seventh wicket to stabilize the Hurricanes’ innings, after Miller, playing his first match of the season, grabbed 3-56 from 27 overs to leave the home team wobbling on 150 for six. Hurricanes had failed to build on a half-century opening stand between Windies “A” Team opener Montcin Hodge and rugged, former Kent left-hander Chesney Hughes, losing wickets at regular intervals to undermine their bid for a strong reply. Hodge has led the way for the Hurricanes with an even 50, Devon Thomas and Jamaica-born Nkrumah Bonner both made 33, and Hughes supported with 20. This followed token resistance from the Scorpions before they were bowled out in their first innings with Paul Palmer, their captain for the first three matches in Miller’s absence, leading the way with 86. Cornwall was the most successful Hurricanes bowler, taking 4-86 from 29.3 overs, and there were two wickets apiece for Jeremiah Louis and Sheeno Berridge. 

Pride (360) vs Volcanoes 151-5  

Warrican struck twice in as many balls, knocking over two players with whom he is very familiar to put the Volcanoes on the back foot. The home team were in good shape on 89 for two, but Warrican removed Barbados-based batsman Kavem Hodge for 38 and former Pride captain Kirk Edwards without scoring in successive deliveries. But Roland Cato, not out 47, and Barbadian Kyle Mayers, not out on 21, batted through almost an hour to carry the Volcanoes through to stumps. Earlier, Pride were dismissed about 40 minutes after lunch, after resuming from their overnight 273 for five. All-rounder Kevin Stoute hit the top score of 84 and his clubmate Justin Greaves carved out 54 in a valuable 91-run, sixth-wicket stand. Volcanoes captain Tyrone Theophile captured a career-best 5-56 from 23 overs with his part-time off-spin to be the unlikely bowling hero for his side and Test off-spinner Shane Shillingford supported with 3-102 from 45 overs. 

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West Indians in Sharjah for the T10 Cricket League

Fri, Nov 17, '17

 

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To be played December 14 to 17.

Punjabi Legends: Carlos Brathwaite,

Kerala Kings: Kieron Pollard, Samuel Badree, Rayad Emrit, Chadwick Walton, Nicholas Pooran.

Bengal Tigers: Darren Sammy, Darren Bravo, Rovman Powell, Sunil Narine, Johnson Charles, Andre Fletcher.

Pakhtoon: Dwayne Smith,

Maratha Arabians: Lendl Simmons,

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