Hetmyer scores century as Jaguars trounce USA

Shimron Hetmyer

NORTH SOUND, Antigua,  CMC – Guyana Jaguars defeated United States Cricket by eight wickets in the seventh game of the Regional Super50 at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground here Friday.


USA CRICKET 188 for eight off 50 overs (Xavier Marshall 51, Elmore Hutchinson 45, Mrunal Patel 43; Veerasammy Permaul 2-29, Keemo Paul 2-32)

JAGUARS 191 for two off 32.2 overs (Shimron Hetmyer 103, Leon Johnson 50 not out)


Shimron Hetmyer


S Sohal c wkp Bramble b Paul 0

J Malhotra c Hetmyer b Reifer 0

X Marshall c Hetmyer b Permaul 51

*+I Khaleel c Hetmyer b Reifer 0

T Patel b Pestano 16

R Silva c Hetmyer b Permaul 3

M Patel not out 43

U Rafiq lbw b Bishoo 0

E Hutchinson c Chanderpaul b Paul 45

Extras (b2, lb6, w21, nb1) 30

TOTAL (8 wkts, 50 overs) 188

Fall of wickets: 1-0, 2-1, 3-10, 4-70, 5-79, 6-96, 7-99, 8-188.

Did not bat: S Netravalkar, N Kenjige.

Bowling: Paul 8-1-32-2, Reifer 8-1-43-2, Pestano 7-1-19-1, Rutherford 7-1-42-0, Permaul 10-1-29-2, Bishoo 10-1-15-1.


C Hemraj c Silva b Hutchinson 7

S Chanderpaul ret. hurt 8

S Hetmyer c Marshall b Netravalkar 103

*L Johnson not out 50

R Reifer not out 11

Extras (b1, lb7, w3, nb1)12

TOTAL (2 wkts, 32.2 overs) 191

Did not bat: +A Bramble, K Paul, S Rutherford, C Pestano, D Bishoo, V Permaul.

Fall of wickets: 1-19, 2-167.

Bowling: Hutchinson 6-0-14-1, Netravalkar 10-0-46-1, Rafiq 6.2-0-38-0, Silva 4-0-23-0, Patel 4-0-30-0, Kenjige 2-0-32-0.

Result: Jaguars won by eight wickets.

Toss: USA.

Umpires: J Williams, L Reifer Jr.


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