HEADLINE: PCL: Round 5, Day2

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12/1/17 8:29:28 PM 

Pride (294) vs Jaguars 180-4

Hemraj struck nine fours and four sixes from in 79 from 52 balls and the younger Chanderpaul made 52 that included just four boundaries from 152 balls.
The Jaguars opening pair shared 117 for the first wicket, but the Pride snared them either side of tea among a cluster of wickets to leave things hanging in the balance when stumps were drawn with the elder Chanderpaul not out on 15 and night-watchman Gudakesh Motie not out on three.

This followed a start that was delayed until after the scheduled lunch interval, due to wet conditions caused by rain, and a swift conclusion to the Pride’s first innings.

First-day Pride batting hero Justin Greaves failed to add to his overnight 72 and there was token resistance from the tail of the visitors’ batting.

Keemo Paul, the former West Indies Under-19 World Cup-winning all-rounder, grabbed the last three Pride wickets – including Greaves – and ended with 5-59 from 16.3 overs to be the most successful Jaguars bowler.

West Indies “A” Team fast bowler Keon Joseph finished with 3-69 from 20 overs.


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