Regional Under-19 Championship – 5th round

KINGSTOWN, St.Vincent, CMC – Results of games played in the fifth round of the one-day phase of the Regional Under-19 Championship here yesterday:

Scores:

At Arnos Vale: Guyana won by 38 runs.

GUYANA 238 for nine off 50 overs (Keemo Paul 58, Bhaskar Yadram 35, Marlon Hubbard 23; Ryan John 2-39,Kassim Peltier 2-63, Alick Athanaze 2-35)

WINDWARD ISLANDS 200 all out off 44.5 overs (Anil Matthew 39, Johann Jeremiah 32, Alick Athanaze 33, Johnel Eugene 31 not out)

At Stubbs Playing Field: Trinidad and Tobago won by four wickets.

LEEWARDS 280 for six off 50 overs (Tyrone Williams 132, Kofi James 50;Negus Smith 2-35)

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 282 for six off 45.4 overs (Keagan Simmons 99, Kirstan Kallicharan 43, Brandon Maharaj 51; Kofi James 3-52)

At Park Hill: Jamaica on by nine wickets.

ICC AMERICA 138 all out off 41.1 overs (Sagar Patel 41,Arjun Patel 32; Javor Harrison 3-46,Miguel Smith 3-31, Tyrone Daley 4-14)

JAMAICA 139 for one off 11.5 overs (Michael Frew 40, Jordane Hill 42 not out, Orande Pearson 43 not out; Keifer Phill 1-41)

 

 

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