Barbados win three-day title
Hosts Barbados have won the Regional Under-19 three-day title despite playing to a draw with Guyana on the last day of the final round yesterday.
Set 85 for victory, Barbados reached 28 without loss before the game was called off at the Desmond Haynes Oval.
Earlier, Guyana were dismissed for 159 after resuming the day on one run for two wickets. Pacers Akeem Jordan (3-22) and Darnell Greenidge (3-35), along with left-arm spinner Chad Williams (3-44), all picked up three wickets apiece.
Barbados finished on 45.5 points, ahead of the Guyanese who were second on 37 points.
Trinidad and Tobago, who produced a fabulous batting effort to take first innings points over the Leeward Islands at Kensington Oval, finished third on 37 points.
Windward Islands were fourth on 36, defending champions Jamaica fifth on 29 points while the Leewards finished last on 21.5 points. —CMC
Following are the summarised results on the final day of the fifth and final round of matches in the Regional Under-19 three-day Championship here yesterday.
At Desmond Haynes Oval: Match drawn
GUYANA 136 (Shawn Pereira 33, Tagenarine Chanderpaul 25, Ricardo Adams 22, Kamesh Yadram 20; Darnell Greenidge 3-28, Chad Williams 3-39, Akeem Jordan 2-24, Chaim Holder 2-34) and 159 (Mohan Ramdeen 66, Kamesh Yadram 29; Akeem Jordan 3-22, Darnell Greenidge 3-35, Chad Williams 3-44)
BARBADOS 211 (Shayne Moseley 65, Carlos Maynard 50, Shai Hope 27, Jonathan Drakes 25; Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai 5-73, Romario Shepherd 3-34) and 28 without loss
At Kensington Oval: Match drawn
LEEWARDS 423 (Akeem Saunders 167, Deno Baker 109, Darren Hobson 53; Philton Williams 5-84)
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 443 for five (Brian Christmas 153, Jeremy Solozano 128, Vikash Mohan 96, Andy Gobin 22; Tristan Hanley 2-141)
At Weymouth: Match drawn
JAMAICA 116 (Delbert Gayle 38, Brandon King 20, Kenneth Dember 6-45, Preston McSween 2-14) and 60 for six (Odaine McCatty 13; Kenneth Dember 4-21) and 122 (Bryan Gayle 25, Delbert Gayle 25; Kenneth Dember 8-44)
WINDWARDS 192 (Keone George 48, Taryck Gabriel 37, Roland Cato 33, Gidron Pope 26; Oshane Walters 4-47, Delbert Gayle 2-60, Tezwayne Creary 2-29).