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Ja draw, Guyana, T&T win

Published:Tuesday | November 25, 2014 | 12:00 AM
WICB Media photo Jamaica Franchise's Shacaya Thomas hits a shot down the ground on the way to scoring 59 against Barbados Pride, during the WICB PCL match at Windward Sports Club yesterday.

Barbados (CMC):

Barbados Pride drew with Jamaica Franchise on the final day of their rain-ravaged second-round match in the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Professional Cricket League (PCL) at Windward Sports Club yesterday. There was no play on three of the four days.

Scores: JAMAICA 111 for four declared (Shacaya Thomas, 59; Jason Holder, 2-29). BARBADOS six for two declared.

Trinidad and Tobago Red Force defeated Leeward Islands by six wickets on the final day of their second-round game yesterday.

Scores: LEEWARD ISLANDS, 202 (Jeremiah Louis, 34 not out; Austin Richards, 34; Akeem Saunders, 34; Devon Thomas, 24; Yannick Leonard, 21; Imran Khan, 4-83; Rayad Emrit, 2-15; Marlon Richards, 2-36) and 130 (Austin Richards, 42; Jahmar Hamilton, 30; Imran Khan, 6-13). T&T RED FORCE, 130 (Yannick Cariah, 43 not out; Rayad Emrit, 33; Anthony Martin, 2-17; Orlando Peters, 2-17; Gavin Tonge, 2-24; Jeremiah Louis, 2-30) and 203 for four (Yannick Ottley, 76 not out; Nicholas Pooran 23).

Meanwhile, Guyana Jaguars beat Windward Islands Volcanoes by 92 runs.

Scores: Guyana Jaguars, 291; (Narsingh Deonarine, 139; Shiv Chanderpaul, 62; Assad Fudadin, 34; Kenroy Peters, 5-36; Mervin Mathew, 3-29; Nelon Pascal 2-53) and 175 for six decl. (Shiv Chanderpaul, 44; Narsingh Deonarine, 34; Raymon Reifer, 29 not out; Leon Johnson, 25; Mervin Mathew, 3-43; Alston Bobb, 2-30). Windward Islands Volcanoes, 184 (Liam Sebastien, 54; Lindon James, 29; Devon Smith, 29; Tyrone Theophile, 21; Narsingh Deonarine, 5-34; Veerasammy Permaul, 3-30; Devendra Bishoo 2-66) and 190 (Devon Smith, 55; Sunil Ambris, 39; AndrĂˆ Fletcher, 38; Alston Bobb, 24; Veerasammy Permaul 8-36).

Trinidad and Tobago lead with 34 points, followed by Guyana (20), Jamaica Franchise (19), Barbados Pride (12), Leewards Franchise (six), and Windwards Volcanoes (four).