Fudadin century, half centuries from Johnson, Chanderpaul, Barnwell put Jaguars in control

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Opener Assad Fudadin posted a century to help steer Guyana Jaguars into a favourable position against Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel on the third day of their fourth round match in the regional four-day championships here yesterday.

Shiv Chanderpaul revived images of his batting prowess with a knock of 82.
Shiv Chanderpaul revived images of his batting prowess with a knock of 82.

Fudadin scored 102, his fifth first class century, to outshine Captain Leon Johnson who fell eight runs shy of his third first class century, as Jaguars continue their dominance over Red Force.

Discarded West Indies batsman Shiv Chanderpaul revived images of his batting prowess until he perished enroute to a triple digit score while Christopher Barnwell slammed an aggressive half century to help power the defending champions to a mammoth 475 all out in their second innings at the Queens park oval.

At stumps, Trinidad and Tobago trailing Guyana by 214, were 51 for two in their second innings.

With the visitors resuming on their overnight 223 for three, Fudadin who was 94 not out, held his nerve to pass three figures before departing for 102.

He faced 257 balls, batted for 349 minutes hitting seven fours and two sixes.

His captain, Leon Johnson, was once again not so fortunate in reaching a three figure total, adding just two more runs to his overnight total before he was bowled for 92 by Narsingh Deonarine.

Assad Fudadin celebrates his century (WICB photo)
Assad Fudadin celebrates his century (WICB photo)

Johnson, who counted seven fours and five sixes, faced 132 balls in an innings which lasted for 138 minutes.

Veteran Chanderpaul picked up seven boundaries while inching to a century but was trapped lbw on 82 as Imran Khan claimed a big wicket.

Jaguars surged to 336 for five into the lunch break with Raymon Reifer 27 and Barnwell 7.

However Barnwell unleashed aggression after lunch cracking eleven fours and outscoring Reifer before losing his wicket on 79 while Reifer was bowled by Khan for 64.

However the bottom half of Guyana’s first innings was a total contrast as wickets started to tumble with the last four batsmen removed for 28 runs.

Yannick Ottley, who engineered the late order collapse, grabbed three for 17 runs while Deonarine and Khan picked up two wickets each.


Jaguars first innings

(233-3 overnight)

Shimron Heymyer lbw b M Richards 7

Assad Fudadin c S Katwaroo b U Mohammad 102

Leon Johnson b N Deonarine 92

Vishaul Singh run out (U Muhammad) 16

Shiv Chanderpaul lbw I Khan 82

Raymon Reifer St S Katwaroo b N Deonarine 64

Christopher Barnwell c (sub) b Y Ottley 79

Anthony Bramble c K Hope b Y Ottley 0

Veerasammy Permaul c J Mohammed b I Khan 10

Ronsford Beaton c U Muhammad b Y Ottley 10

Gudakesh Motie not out 15

Extras 1b 5lb 0w 0nb 6

TOTAL all out, 475

TOTAL (3 wkts, 165.1 overs) 475

Fall of wickets: 1-10, 2-148,3-183,4-249,5-323, 6-447,7-447,8-451,9-458,10-475.

Bowling: Richards 23-6-68-1,Muhammad 21-7-65-1,Mohammed 17-7-29-0, Deonarine 33-8-80-2,Khan 29.1-0-114-2, Kantasingh 31-5-81-0, Carriah 4-1-15-0, Ottley 7-4-17-3.

Red Force second innings

Jeremy Solozano lbw b R Reifer 1

Kyle Hope not out 22

Yannic Carriah c S Hetmyer b V Permaul 16

Narsingh Deonarine not out 10

To bat: Jason Mohammed, Kavesh Kantasingh, Steven Katwaroo, Imran Khan, Marlon Richards, Yannick Ottley, Uthman Muhammad.

Extras 0b 2lb 0w 0nb 2

TOTAL (2 wkts, 19 overs) 51

Fall of wickets: 1-5, 2-32,

Bowling:Beaton 6-2-22-0,Reifer 4-2-10-1, Permaul 6-3-6-1, Motie 3-0-11-0,

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