Barbados whip students inside three days

Published: Saturday | March 2, 2013 Comments 0

CAVE HILL, Barbados (CMC):

Dominant Barbados crushed Combined Campuses and Colleges by an innings and 185 runs inside three days, to post their second straight win in the Regional Four-Day Championship here yesterday.

Resuming the penultimate day on 365 for nine at 3W's Oval, Barbados added seven runs before they were dismissed for 372, with Miguel Cummins falling leg before wicket for two offering no stroke to fast bowler Kevin McClean.

Wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich, who started the day on 51, finished unbeaten on 56 in an innings spanning 195 minutes, 132 balls and which contained three fours.

Destroyed the innings

For the second time in the match, the CCC capitulated without so much as a whimper to be dismissed for a paltry 78.

Off-spinner Ashley Nurse (3-18) and seamer Jason Holder (3-22) destroyed the innings with three wickets apiece while fast bowlers Miguel Cummins (2-11) and Chris Jordan (2-15) supported with two scalps each.

Lower-order batsman Akeem Dewar top scored with 22 but it was not enough to prop-up the innings.

AT WARNER PARK: Leeward Islands, chasing 335 for victory, were 45 for two at the close on the third day.

Scores: Trinidad and Tobago 279 all out (Adrian Barath 58, Yannick Ottley 58; Quinton Boatswain 4-75) and 249 (Yannick Cariah 83, Adrian Barath 71; Larry Joseph 4-66).

Leeward Islands 194 (Sylvester Joseph 68; Imran Khan 4-62) and 45 for two.

At Arnos Vale Complex: Windwards won by four wickets.

Guyana 151 all out (Assad Fudadin 55; Shane Shillingford 4-40) and 211 (Zaheer Mohammed 61; Shane Shillingford 7-64)

Windward Islands 276 (Keddy Lesporis 39, Devon Smith 38; Devendra Bishoo 5-67) and 87 for six (Devon Smith 25; Devendra Bishoo 3-19).

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