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KINGSTOWN, St Vincent, Aug 13, CMC – Cephas Cooper scored an unbeaten 40 runs in his second inning at the crease which gave T&T a ten-wicket win over Jamaica on the final day of the third round of matches in the Regional Under-19 Championship at the Arnos Vale Stadium yesterday.
After bowling out Jamaica for 190 on the first day and replying with an even 400 for two declared, a lead of 210, Jamaica put on an improved batting display in its second inning posting 297 with Kirk McKenzie recording a 129.
In the end, posted 58 without loss to win the contest.
JAMAICA 190 for nine decl. (Ricardo McIntosh 56, Raewin Senior 23; Rivaldo Ramlogan 3-35, Justyn Gangoo 2-23) and 297 (Kirk McKenzie 129, Raewin Senior 27; Avinash Mahabirsingh 5-90)
T&T 400 for two decl. (Cephas Cooper 173 not out, Navin Bidaisee 93, Leonardo Julien 56, Christian Thurton 36 not out) and 58 without loss (Cephas Cooper 40 not out)
Barbados beat Guyana by three wickets
GUYANA 203 (Kevelon Anderson 71, Joshua Persaud 39, Kevin Sinclair 33; Camarie Boyce 3-27, Nyeem Young 2-47) and 142 (Kevelon Anderson 44, Sachin Singh 37, Javid Karim 31; Nyeem Young 4-6, Camarie Boyce 3-43)
BARBADOS 214 (Nico Reifer 69, Matthew Forde 35 not out, Kadeem Alleyne 35, Jaden Edmund 28, Mekhail Marshall 21; Kelvin Umroa 5-83) and 134 for seven (Nico Reifer 39, Shian Brathwaite 22; Kelvin Umroa 5-51)
Leewards won by four wickets
WINDWARD ISLANDS 115 all out (Johnel Eugene 34, Jeron Noel 22; Uri Smith 3-11, Zawandi White 2-25, Elroy Francis 2-31) and 98 (Kimani Melius 30; Elroy Francis 5-23)
LEEWARD ISLANDS 156 (Demari Benta 54, Elroy Francis 52, Lincoln Durand 5-35, Simeon Gerson 3-37) and 60 for four (Mikyle Louis 31; Micah Joseph 2-24)
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