Trinidad and Tobago lost first innings points to Jamaica on the second day of their three-day West Indies Cricket Board Regional Under-19 match at the Mollineaux ground in St Kitts/Nevis yesterday.
T&T trail the Jamaicans by 69 runs after the Jamaicans limited T&T to 169 in response to a first innings of 220 by the boys from the Reggae Isle on the first day.
Camillo Carimbocas topscored for this country with a knock of 42 while Andy Gobin tallied 26 and the two openers Jeremy Solozano and Brian Christmas scored 21 each. Solozano and Christmas had resumed with T&T on 35 without loss.
T&T managed to get an early wicket in Jamaica’s second innings and play closed with them on 19 for one.
Summarised scores : Jamaica 220 & 19-1 vs T&T 169 (Camillo Carimbocas 42, Andy Gobin 26, Brian Christmas 21, Jeremy Solozano 21; S.Allen 4/41, N.Walters 4/27, R.Lewis 2/26).