T&T jump into lead with large win

T&T jump into lead with large win

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Kieron Pollard celebrates a ton in this second compare behind from injury, Trinidad  Tobago v Jamaica, Regional Four Day Competition, Port of Spain, Apr 4, 2014, Day 1

Led by a hundred from Kieron Pollard and clever bowling performances, Trinidad Tobago thumped Jamaica by 145 runs to pierce to a tip of a Regional Four Day Competition table.

Pollard, personification his second compare given his lapse to first-class cricket from an damage lay-off, was obliged for hauling TT’s first-innings measure from 58 for 3 to 244. He stroked 8 fours and 6 sixes in his 111 before descending to Damian Jacobs, though his partnerships with Evin Lewis and Rayad Emrit assistance TT waves over a severe start . Nikita Miller was a many successful bowler holding 4 for 78.

In reply, Jamaica lurched to 180 all out, their innings propped adult by a 45 from Andre McCarthy and useful 20s from Miller and Damion Jacobs. Shannon Gabriel struck essential blows during a tip of a sequence in his 3 for 48 and was good upheld by Marlon Richards and Imran Khan.

TT’s innings second innings frequency fared improved than Jamaica’s and save for forties from Darren Bravo and Lewis, and an dominant 56 from Imran reduce down a order, their batsmen collapsed from 94 for 1 to 179 all out on a third day. Miller was a pivotal bowler again, removing a wickets of Lewis and Pollard in his 4 for 40.

Set a aim of 244 with some-more than a day’s play left, Jamaica had no answers to an early attack from Richards, who struck 3 times in uninterrupted overs. The usually notable performance, as they stumbled from one fall to another, came from McCarthy, who again stranded around with a dynamic 42 in a sum of 98. Richards and Imran were a best bowlers for TT, holding 6 wickets between them to finish a compare in 33.3 overs.

Offspinner Ryan Austin took 11 wickets in a compare to play Combined Campuses and Colleges to an 82-run win over Windward Islands, in annoy of an unsuitable batting opening from a former.

Austin ran by Windwards in a initial innings, claiming 8 wickets to skittle a side out for 157. His opening gave CCC a first-innings lead of 68.

CCC’s batsmen unsuccessful to build on a lead in a second innings, however, folding for 115 with Austin, a No. 11, apropos usually a fifth batsman in first-class story to be timed out. The spin span of Liam Sebastien and Alston Bobb and medium-pacer Mervin Mathew common 9 wickets between them to shorten CCC’s lead to 183.

Windward surrendered to a spin of left-armer Jomel Warrican and Austin, creation only 101. The tip sequence of Devon Smith, Tyrone Theophile and Keddy Lesporis attempted to reason a follow together though a other batsmen unsuccessful to get their innings going. Warrican, personification his fourth first-class game, finished with a lass five-for while Austin took 3 for 37.

Earlier, fifties from Kyle Corbin and Chadwick Walton helped CCC to 225. The span combined 104 for a fourth wicket environment a clever height for a center order, though Windward pulled things behind with wickets from Sebastien and Nelon Pascal.

Article source: http://www.espncricinfo.com/west-indies-domestic-2013-14/content/story/735521.html?CMP=OTC-RSS