Guyana Chronicle – PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) – Guyana comfortably disposed of Jamaica by 31 runs to remain out front in the Regional Under-17 Cricket Championship, with one round remaining.

Summary

  • PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) – Guyana comfortably disposed of Jamaica by 31 runs to remain out front in the Regional Under-17 Cricket Championship, with one round remaining.
  • Playing at Gilbert Park on Monday, Guyana rallied to 174 for seven off their 50 overs after being sent in, with opener Sachin Singh top-scoring with 48 and Andre Seepersaud getting 38 and Leon Swamy, 25.
  • At the National Cricket Centre, Barbados remained in striking distance of the leaders when they crushed Leeward Islands by 130 runs.
  • Sent in, Barbados benefited from half-centuries from Matthew Forde (68) and Antonio Morris (50), while Jaden Leacock struck an unbeaten 42, to get up to 245 for seven off their 50 overs.
  • Set a revised target of 224 off 28 overs, the Windwards were dismissed for 72 in the 26th, with left-arm spinner Nicholas Ali wrecking the innings with four for 25 and speedster Jaden Seales supporting with three for five.


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