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Jaguars on brink of massive win

JELANI BECKLES Monday, March 20 2017

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THE GUYANA Jaguars only need 53 runs this morning to wrap up an impressive victory in the Regional Four-Day tournament against the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, at the Queen’s Park Oval in St Clair .

It was another disappointing batting performance by the Red Force batsmen yesterday, following excellent resistance by the Jaguars lower order batsmen earlier in the day .

The Red Force were dismissed for 183 in their second innings, giving the home team a lead of just 55 runs. The Jaguars closed Day Three on three without loss chasing 56 for victory .

The Jaguars controlled the first session as they added 84 valuable runs. Resuming the day on 246/8 in their first innings, the Jaguars were eventually bowled out shortly before lunch for 330, a lead of 128 runs on first innings. Number 10 batsman Romario Shepherd frustrated the Red Force bowlers with a half century (53), a feat no Red Force batsman achieved during the match. Shepherd, who struck six fours in his 85-ball innings, was ably supported by West Indies Under- 19 batsman Keemo Paul who scored an unbeaten 27. Shepherd and Paul’s last wicket partnership was worth 57 runs .

Fast bowler Marlon Richards and off spinner Bryan Charles were the best bowlers for the Red Force .

Richards took 4/57 in 25 overs, while Charles snatched 4/91 in 37 overs .

The Red Force got off to the worst possible start, as captain Kyle Hope was bowled by Raymon Reifer for duck to leave the home team on 1/1 at lunch. Evin Lewis and Isaiah Rajah shared a solid 47-run second wicket partnership. However, right after hitting leg spin bowler Devendra Bishoo for a six over midwicket, Lewis was caught for 25 attempting a similiar stroke. Jason Mohammed could not delivery the same performance he showed playing for the West Indies in the One Day series against England. He fell for two when he was caught by wicketkeeper Anthony Bramble off Veerasammy Permaul to leave the Red Force on 52/3 .

Rajah found an able partner in Yannic Cariah as the pair batted positively leading up to the tea interval. Rajah could not survive until tea, as he was given out leg before for 40 attempting a sweep to give Bishoo the wicket. At tea Red Force were 91/4 still trailing the Jaguars by 37 runs .

New batsman Imran Khan raced into the 20s with some positive strokeplay, but lost his partner Cariah leg before to Permaul for 30 .

Wicketkeeper Steven Katwaroo did not stick around long, also given leg before to Permaul as the Red Force were reduced to 129/6, a lead of just one. Permaul tormented the Red Force batsmen the entire afternoon, as Khan was caught by Bramble for 28. Khary Pierre (19) and Marlon Richards (25) tried to extend the hosts’ lead, but when they were dismissed the Red Force innings folded for 183 .

Permaul, who will feature for the West Indies in the forthcoming T20 series against Pakistan, finished with figures of 7/48 in 25.5 overs. Bishoo picked up 2/68 in 16 overs .

Play will resume today from 10 am .


SCOREBOARD
TT RED FORCE vs
GUYANA JAGUARS
TT Red Force 1st inns: 202
Guyana Jaguars 1st inns:
(Overnight 246/8)
S Hetmyer c Pierre b Charles............15
R Chandrika c Cariah b Richards......17
D Bishoo c Katwaroo b Richards.......39
A Fudadin c and b Charles................57
L Johnson c Katwaroo b Richards ������ 7
V Singh c Mohammed b Pierre.........22
R Reifer c Richards b Charles...........55
A Bramble LBW b Charles...................4
V Permaul LBW b Richards...............24
R Shepherd b Pierre..........................53
Keemo Paul not out...........................27
EXTRAS (B8, W1, NB1)....................10
Total.................................................330
Fall of wickets: 27; 47; 136; 144; 149;
196; 201; 243; 273; 330.
BOWLING: Richards 25-10-57-4 (W1);
Phillip 9-1-34-0 (NB1); Charles 37-8-
91-4; Khan 25-1-88-0; Pierre 13-0-35-2;
Mohammed 15-5-17-0.
TT Red Force 2nd inns:
K Hope b Reifer...................................0
E Lewis c Fudadin b Bishoo..............25
I Rajah LBW b Bishoo.......................40
J Mohammed c Bramble b Permaul ���� 2
Y Cariah LBW b Permaul..................30
I Khan c Bramble b Permaul.............28
S Katwaroo LBW b Permaul................4
K Pierre c Bramble b Permaul...........19
M Richards LBW b Permaul..............25
B Charles not out.................................1
A Phillip LBW b Permaul......................0
EXTRAS (B5, LB2, W1, NB1).............9
Total.................................................183
Fall of wickets: 0; 48; 52; 91; 123; 129;
140; 172; 183; 183.
BOWLING: Reifer 5-1-21-1 (NB1);
Permaul 25.5-9-48-7; Shepherd
8-0-33-0 (W1); Bishoo 16-2-68-2;
Johnson 3-0-6-0.
Guyana Jaguars 2nd inns:
S Hetmyer not out................................2
R Chandrika not out.............................1
EXTRAS..............................................0
Total without loss.................................3
Still to Bat: L Johnson, V Singh,
A Fudadin, R Reifer, A Bramble,
R Shepherd, V Permaul, K Paul,
D Bishoo.
BOWLING: Richards 2-0-3-0;
Phillip 2-2-0-0.

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