Boundary-hitting Bramble leads Jaguars’ charge

Regional Four-Day Cricket Championship

Anthony Bramble smiles for the camera after bringing up his second century in as many matches. (Orlando Charles photo)

A dominating century from wicketkeeper-batsman Anthony Bramble solidified Guyana Jaguars’ dominance as they closed on 307-6 at the end of day one against Windward Islands Volcanoes in the fourth round of the Cricket West Indies Regional Four-Day tournament at Providence yesterday.

Despite a few sprinkles early in the morning, a few cricket lovers gathered at Guyana’s only international cricket venue to see Leon Johnson win the toss and put his men to bat first where they faced 90 overs before the close of play.

The day was highlighted by a 209-run partnership for the fifth wicket between opener Tagenarine Chanderpaul and Bramble as the West Indies B team captain registered consecutive centuries, this time 168 from 153 balls including 17 fours and half a dozen sixes…..

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