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Stubborn Carty holds up Pride


EZRA STUART, [email protected]

Stubborn Carty holds up Pride

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BRIDGETOWN – Leeward Islands Hurricanes, forced to follow-on with a deficit of 150 runs, struggled to 94 for seven in their second innings at lunch against Barbados Pride on the third day of their sixth round match in the Digicel Regional 4-Day Tournament at Kensington Oval here Monday.

The not out batsmen are Keacy Carty on 58 and Akeal Hosein on seven.

Resuming from their overnight 16 for four, the Leewards lost the wickets of night watchman Gavin Tonge, Nkrumah Bonner and Jahmar Hamilton in an extended pre-lunch session.

Fast bowler Kemar Roach has been the most successful bowler, taking three for 11 off 10 overs with six maidens.

He bowled Tonge for two and bounced out Bonner for five while seamer Justin Greaves removed Hamilton for 15. 

Leewards’ captain Kieran Powell, like he did in the first innings, has not batted the second innings due to illness.

Summarised Scores:

Barbados Pride 313 (Shamarh Brooks 63, Roston Chase 49, Jonathan Carter 46, Kevin Stoute 41, Justin Greaves 38, Jomel Warrican 32; Alzarri Joseph 5-42, Gavin Tonge 3-29, Nkrumah Bonner 2-46). Leeward Islands Hurricanes 163-9 in 61.2  overs – Innings closed (Nkrumah Bonner 70, Jason Campbell 39 not out, Gavin Tonge 17; Kemar Roach 3-29, Miguel Cummins 3-34, Kevin Stoute 2-29) and 94-7 in overs (Keacy Carty 58 not out, Jahmar Hamilton 15; Kemar Roach 3-11). Leeward Islands trail by 56 runs with three second innings wickets in hand.

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