Barbados had a lead of 74 runs at the close of play on the second day of their three-day match against Guyana in the West Indies Cricket Board’s Under-19 encounter at the Desmond Haynes Oval today.
Shayne Moseley’s 65 and Carlos Maynard’s 50 led Barbados to an all out total of 211 in 100 overs and a lead of 75 runs, in response to Guyana’s below par 136 yesterday.
Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai with five for 73 was the pick of the Guyana bowlers, while Romario Shepherd chipped in with three for 34.
Batting a second time Guyana again started disastrously losing two wickets with only one run on the board when stumps were drawn.
Summarised scores: At Weymouth: Jamaica 116 all out (43.5 overs) (Delbert Gayle 38, Brandon King 20, Odaine McCatty 18, Oshane Walters 12, Bryan Gayle 12; Kenneth Dember 6-45, Preston McSween 2-14). Windward Islands 117-3 (63 overs) (Keone George 48, Gidron Pope 26, Tarryck Gabrie 26 not out). At Desmond Haynes Oval: Guyana 136 all out (79 overs) (Shawn Pereira 33, Tagenarine Chanderpaul 25, Ricardo Adams 22, Kamesh Yadram 20, Shimron Hetmeyer 12; Darnell Greenidge 3-28, Chad Williams 3-39, Akeem Jordan 2-24, Chaim Holder 2-34) and 1-2 (3 overs). Barbados 211 all out (100 overs) (Shayne Moseley 65; Carlos Maynard; Shai Hope 27, Jonathan Drakes 25, Chad Williams 18 not out; Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai 5-73, Romario Shepherd 3-34). At Kensington Oval: Leeward Islands 423 all out (144.4 overs) (Akeem Saunders 167; Deno Baker 109; Darren Hobson 53, Duan Webb 17, Shaun Tuitt 10; Philton Williams 5-84, Anthony Simmons 1-58, Jovan Ali 1-65). Trinidad & Tobago 92-1 (26 overs) (Jeremey Solozano 57 not out, Andy Gobin 22).
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