U17 scores... Bajans blow away T&T

link sgtdjones Joined: Feb 15, 2017
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7/11/19, 11:52:21 PM 
U17 scores Bajans blow away T&T

Sum­marised Scores:

At NCC

T&T 78 (28.2) (I Gomez 18, T Mo­hammed 15, J Lea­cock 7-cool v BAR­BA­DOS 81/2 (22.4) (N Bold­en 33*, K Wick­ham 32*)

Re­sult: Bar­ba­dos won by eight wick­ets

At BLCA

LEE­WARDS 194 (49.4 ov) (C Re­ece 67, K Sut­ton 55; T Theodore 5-42) v WIND­WARDS 181/9 (50) (T Bish­op 96, J Joseph 22; A Amur­dan 3-19)

Re­sult: Lee­wards won by 13 runs

AT GILBERT PARK

JA­MAICA 104 (47.4 ov) (S Walk­er 16; S Charles 4-26, S Chait­nar­ine 3-11) v GUYANA 99 (46) ( Z Ram­sam­my 23, N Bis­su 13; J Bart­ley 2-12)

Re­sult: Ja­maica won by five runs

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link openning Joined: Nov 12, 2002
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7/12/19, 12:45:35 AM 
In reply to sgtdjones

cap­tain Ni­mar Bold­en, not afraid of the camera, Sudden will be proud of this youngster communication skills.
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link robbo Joined: Nov 28, 2002
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7/12/19, 4:27:07 AM 
That’s some bowling return by Jaden Leacock... even if the pitch was helpful (which I’m assuming because there was rain about)

link Beamer Joined: May 23, 2003
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7/12/19, 5:09:46 AM 
In reply to robbo

Another seam bowler doing well. That has been the only positive from this tournament so far as the pitches have been slow as hell and the batting horrific.

link camos Joined: May 5, 2003
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7/12/19, 6:48:29 AM 
In reply to robbo



I am wondering about pitch quality,scores seem low and close in all the rounds.

link sudden Joined: Nov 26, 2006
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7/12/19, 7:29:45 AM 
In reply to openning

v proud of my Cawmere boys, Bolden, Roach, Leacock and Simmons.

and yes Bolden was quite well spoken and confident in that interview. whoever prepared him did a v good job.

link sgtdjones Joined: Feb 15, 2017
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7/12/19, 8:53:37 AM 
In reply to openning

Sudden will be proud of this youngster communication skills.


remember he proud of powen and che also and we know
the results.

razz razz razz razz

link robbo Joined: Nov 28, 2002
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7/12/19, 12:15:54 PM 
In reply to Beamer

Yeah... the games have been affected by rain so it’s fair to assume the odd wet pitch & swinging conditions...still nice to see young pacers taking wickets by the bucket load... admittedly difficult to read too much into though.

link navindesigns Joined: Mar 20, 2005
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7/12/19, 12:50:21 PM 
dont forget the leeward islands have been playing some good cricket in this under 17 tournament

link positiveg Joined: Mar 28, 2007
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7/12/19, 1:04:04 PM 
In reply to navindesigns

Very good cricket
great to see them man coming along well
all comes down to proper structure and system that have been taking place in the Leewards for past 4-5 years
Ball by ball it's making a difference.

link navindesigns Joined: Mar 20, 2005
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7/12/19, 1:15:26 PM 
In reply to positiveg

yes
the man behind the scenes that deserve alot of credit is VERNON SPRINGER. He truly cares about the development of the game from the grass root level.

link positiveg Joined: Mar 28, 2007
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7/12/19, 1:56:08 PM 
In reply to navindesigns

Oh yes he does
See he talks a lot but he backs it up with action
Man been pushing his system since the U-13 when he was doing the U13 regional glad he's now able to be in a role where he can push his objectives on a much wider scale.

link WIForever Joined: Jun 28, 2010
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7/12/19, 4:07:35 PM 
Some real shit wickets with all these low scores.

link buds Joined: Nov 14, 2002
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7/12/19, 7:24:34 PM 
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In reply to WIForever

Anyone have the points table available?

Thanks

link navindesigns Joined: Mar 20, 2005
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7/12/19, 7:55:26 PM 
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