Regional U19 Rd 5 scores and points

Wed, Jul 29, '15

 

WI U-19

CANADA vs LEEWARDS


Canada: 216 all out (42 overs)

Leewards: 169 all out (38.2 overs)

Result: Canada won by 47 runs

Points: Canada 6.2 (6 points for victory + 0.2 fast bowling points), Leewards 0.5 (0.5 fast bowling points)

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO vs JAMAICA

Trinidad & Tobago: 215 all out (45.3 overs)

Jamaica: 185 all out (39 overs)

Result: T&T Under-19s won by 30 runs

Points: T&T Under-19s 6.6 (6 points for victory + 0.6 fast bowling points), Jamaica 0.8 (0.8 fast bowling points)

BARBADOS vs WINDWARD ISLANDS

Windward Islands Under-19s Won By 5 wickets.

 

Points to date:

Teams                           Points

Trinidad & Tobago             20.4

Windward Islands             20.1

Guyana                           19.1

Jamaica                          14.2

Leeward Islands                7.2

Canada                            6.9

 

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Regional U15 Round 4, scores and Points Table

Wed, Jul 29, '15

 

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JAMAICA vs GUYANA

Jamaica: 27 all out (17.2 overs)

Guyana: 28 for 1 (7.5 overs)

Result: Guyana Under-15s won by 9 wickets

Points: Guyana Under-15s 6.6 (6 points for victory + 0.6 fast bowling points), Jamaica Under-15s 0.1 ().1 fast bowling points)

BARBADOS vs WINDWARD ISLANDS

Barbados: 201 for 8 (50 overs)

Windward Islands: 204 for 5 (49.1 overs)

Result: Windwards Under-15s won by 5 wickets

Points: Windwards Under-15s 6 (6 for victory), Barbados Under-15s 0.2 (0.2 fast bowling points)

LEEWARD ISLANDS vs TRINIDAD & TOBAGO: abandoned

 

Teams                                             points

Windward Islands                              18.2

Guyana                                            13.2

Trinidad & Tobago                              6.6 

Barbados                                          6.5

Jamaica                                            0.2

Leeward Islands                                0.1

 

 

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Regional Under 15 and 19 points

Tue, Jul 28, '15

 

WICB

Under 15 Points after 3 rounds.

Teams                               Points

Windward Islands                 12.2

Guyana                                 6.6

Trinidad &Tobago                  6.6

Barbados                             6.3

Jamaica                               0.1

Leeward Islands                   0.1

 

Under 19 after 4 rounds

Teams                                Points

Guyana                              19.1

Windward Islands               13.8

Trinidad &Tobago               13.8

Jamaica                             13.4

Leeward Islands                13.3

Barbados                           7.2

Canada                              0.7

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Ramdin’s topsy turvy world

Tue, Jul 28, '15

by TONY COZIER

Commentary

THE topsy-turvy cricketing life of Denesh Ramdin has taken another back flip.

Given the history, it is premature to believe that his reliably reported omission from the West Indies team to the triangular ODI series in Zimbabwe next month is his last tumble.

Over the 15 years since he first played in West Indies colours in the champion team in the one-off Under-15 international Costcutter Cup in England in 2000, Ramdin has experienced the idiosyncracies of West Indies administrators and selectors more than most others. Every time he has surmounted them.

Only Jeffrey Dujon of West Indies’ wicket-keepers has played more Tests, 79 to Ramdin’s 69; only Dujon (167) and Ridley Jacobs (147) have more than his 127 ODIs. Neither was ever dropped.

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RED-HOT STEEL ARE 2015 CPL CHAMPIONS

Sun, Jul 26, '15

 

Caribbean Premier League

The Red Steel won a thrilling final in front of their home fans at a rocking Queen's Park Oval, seeing off the defending champions Barbados Tridents.

Half centuries from Kamran Akmal (60) and Cameron Delport (50) in a century partnership, plus a late flurry from Dwayne Bravo (29) saw them post an imposing total of 178-6.

Barbados made a stunning start in return, with US star Steven Taylor scoring 20 runs off his first 10 balls in CPL and Dwayne Smith finding form. The pair put on 47 in the opening four overs before Taylor's debut ended when he was out lbw to Johan Botha.

The Tridents tried to keep pace with Smith (49) falling just short of a half century and Kyle Corbin (20) and Misbah Ul Haq (21) getting among the runs.

But they fell behind an imposing rate and even the arrival of Kieron Pollard (20 off 14 balls) couldn't see them home

Full article and scorecard at CPLT20

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