DENNERY, St. Lucia, CMC – Rain forced the abandonment of the third and final day of the TCL Group West Indies Under-19 Challenge second round match between Windward Islands and Trinidad and Tobago yesterday.
Umpires ruled out play in the first session and while rain eased, the outfield at the Dennery Playing Field remained waterlogged, forcing a draw in the encounter.
Windward Islands ended the second day on Tuesday on 60 for one in their second innings, an overall lead of 80 runs.
The Windwards were dismissed for 236 in their first innings with T&T replying with 216.
Windward Islands collected six points while T&T finished with three.
WINDWARD ISLANDS 236 (Atticus Browne 71, Audy Alexander 51; Yanick Cariah 4-45, Kissoondath Magram 2-50, Sachin Boodram 2-54) 60 for one (Dwight Smith 44 not out)
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 216 (Yanick Cariah 52, Keiron Joseph 44, Akeal Hosein 27; Kaveem Hodge 3-79, Levaughn Lewis 2-31, Rudolph Paul 2-40)