Jaguars beat Volcanoes by an innings and 122 runs
GEORGETOWN – Guyana Jaguars defeated Windward Islands Volcanoes by an innings and 122 runs before lunch on day three of their final round game in the Regional four-day championship at the Guyana National Stadium on Monday.
With the win, Jaguars were crowned champions for a third straight year.
The hosts needed just 55 deliveries and less than an hour to bundle out Volcanoes for 162 in their second innings, and wrap up victory inside three days.
The Jaguars moved to an unassailable 131.4 points, with their rescheduled ninth-round game against Leeward Islands Hurricanes still to be played this coming weekend.
They are well clear of their closest challengers Barbados Pride.
Man Of The Match seamer Keemo Paul grabbed three of the five wickets to fall to finish with three for 36 and match figures of nine for 64, while left-arm spinner Gudakesh Motie picked up four for 45. (CMC)
VOLCANOES 95 (Sunil Ambris 29, Shane Shillingford 24; Keemo Paul 6-28) and 162 (Devon Smith 61, Shane Shillingford 35 not out; Gudakesh Motie 4-45, Keemo Paul 3-36)
JAGUARS 379 (Assad Fudadin 125, Steven Jacobs 61, Chanderpaul Hemraj 54, Keemo Paul 46, Rajindra Chandrika 35; Delorn Johnson 5-46, Kyle Mayers 4-89)