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Harpy Eagles blown away by Hurricanes inside three days

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18 Feb 2022 08:48 #395334 by chairman
A poor batting display from the Guyana Harpy Eagles has led to their being defeated by an innings and 57 runs in their game against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes in the Cricket West Indies Regional Four-Day Championships’ second round clash at Queen’s Park Oval in the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago.

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18 Feb 2022 08:49 #395335 by chairman
Batting the Harpy Eagles out of the contest, the Hurricanes declared on 438-7, made in 146 overs. In reply, Harpy Eagles scored 265 all out in 50.1 overs, after scoring 116 all out in the first innings.

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18 Feb 2022 08:49 #395336 by chairman
The island boys, Hurricanes, started the day with a 250-run lead, resuming on 366-5. Terrence Warde remained unbeaten on 78 from 168 balls, with eight fours and one six.
Earlier, Kieran Powell (74), Devon Thomas (72) and Montcin Hodge (71) each contributed to the Hurricanes’ dominance of the match. After Rahkeem Cornwall was removed early in the day for 15 by Gudakesh Motie, Colin Archibald came and attacked the bowling in his 19-ball 38, which had four sixes and two fours, and was featuring in a 66-run seventh-wicket partnership with Warde when Hurricanes declared on 438-7, having a lead of 322.
With their top order being blown away, the Guyana Harpy Eagles were quickly reduced to 14-3. Tagenarine Chanderpaul, who was strangled down the leg-side, made four, while Shimron Hetmyer made five before being out playing a loose shot and getting caught in the gully. Leon Johnson, who was trying to work one into the leg-side, was trapped by Alzarri Joseph, who ended up with five wickets.
Vishal Singh (18) and Chanderpaul Hemraj then added 59 runs to their team’s total before Hemraj, looking dangerous in striking Joseph for four consecutive fours, was then bowled by Jeremiah Louis after he scored 50 from 45 balls, with 11 fours.

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18 Feb 2022 14:38 #395346 by ketchim
IPL contracts should go to Hurricanes

Tekk way from Harpy Jaguars ....hahahaha

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