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Jaguars roar to 10 wicket win over spirited Hurricanes

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5 days 15 hours ago #378333 by chairman
GUYANA Jaguars wrapped up an emphatic 10 wicket win over Leeward Hurricanes to get their 2020 Regional 4-Day title defence off to a great start.
The Jags racked up 388 runs in their first innings thanks to half-centuries from top-scorer, Chris Barnwell, who led with 82, captain Leon Johnson and openers Chandrapaul Hemraj and Tagenarine Chanderpaul.

Leewards then stumbled in their chase as they ran into a hostile Niall Smith who snatched 6 wickets with his steamy right-arm pace on red-ball debut for the Champs.
Jahmar Hamilton led the resistance with 53 amongst a dismal batting card. After being skittled out for 155 in their 1st innings, Hurricanes bounced back thanks to a sublime 99 from Windies opener Kieran Powell.

The left-hander shared a 150-plus run opening stand with Montcin Hodge who hit 62. However, after gaining just a slight lead of 20, following their 2nd innings 254-10, Guyana then knocked off their target in no time.
The Jags earlier operated with a pack-like mentality as the wickets were shared evenly among the frontline bowlers.

Left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul and left-arm seamer Raymon Reifer both returned identical figures of 3-55 while speedsters Smith grabbed two as he ended the match with 8 wickets in total and keon Joseph who also bagged a pair.

The match came to a calm end as Hemraj stroked a four in his score of 8 not out while Chandepaul was the unorthodox aggressor of the two, smashing a six and two fours as he raced to 14 off 11; sealing an exceptional win for the 5-time defending champions.

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5 days 15 hours ago - 5 days 15 hours ago #378336 by ketchim

chairman wrote: while Tage Chandepaul was smashing a six and two fours as he raced to 14 off 11;
sealing an exceptional win for the 5-time defending champions.

I love when Tage play his old style of batting !
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5 days 14 hours ago #378337 by ketchim

chairman wrote: Leewards then stumbled in their chase as they ran into a hostile
Niall Smith who snatched 6 wickets with his steamy right-arm pace on red-ball debut
Niall then grabbed two as he ended the match with 8 wickets in total For the 5-time defending champions.

Looks like Guyana will give West Indies another Croft ? ;)

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