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Under-19 scores

marciadottin, marciadottin@nationnews.com

Added 18 July 2010

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 1st Innings 235BARBADOS 1st innings(overnight 40-2)*K. Brathwaite lbw b Cariah    9C. St Hill lbw b Boodram    96R. Chase b Magram    10S. Hope c Magram b Boodram    25K. Mayers lbw b Cariah    11D. Cummins lbw b Boodram    0J. Greaves c Cariah b Magram    49+M. Rampersad c wkp Maniram b Cariah    0J. Warrican c Cariah b Magram    22S. Wilkinson not out    14R. Depeiza st Maniram b Margam    19Extras (b7, lb6, nb2)    15TOTAL (all out – 117.5 overs)    270Fall of wickets: 1-27, 2-39, 3-109, 4-128, 5-132, 6-179, 7-181, 8-232, 9-238, 10-270.Bowling: Castro 8-3-16-0, Lewis 4-0-11-0, Cariah 34-12-59-3, Boodram 31-7-63-3, Magram 22.5-3-71-4, Davis 13-5-21-0, Ottley 4-0-12-0, Hosein 1-0-4-0.TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 2nd InningsN. Alexis not out    8K. Joseph not out    0TOTAL (no wkt – 4 overs)    8Bowling: Chase 2-1-8-0, Warrican 2-2-0-0.Position: Trinidad and Tobago trail by 27 runs with all their second innings wickets intact.Other matches:At Gros Islet: Guyana 51 (Andrew Stoll 29; Kavem Hodge 3-0, Bronte Bess 2-4, Kurt Edwards 2-14, Levaughn Lewis 2-22) and 226 (Ricardo Adams 38, Amir Khan 41 not out, Dominique Rickhi 31, Harrinarine Chattergoon 30, Keon Joseph 26; Levaughn Lewis 5-77, Audy Alexander 2-30). Windward Islands 190 (Dennis Smith 93, Atticus Browne 41; Amir Khan 8-70) and 39-2 (Kavem Hodge 17 not out).At Beausejour Stadium: Leeward Islands 156 (Rahkeem Cornwall 48, Hayden Walsh Jr 26, Akeem Saunders 25, Jamal Fernandez 20; Donovan Nelson 5-42, Brian Gayle 2-7) and 98-2 (Akeem Saunders 27 not out, Jamal Fernandez 26 not out, Shane Burton 24). Jamaica 246 (John Campbell 92, Paul Palmer 63; Tevin Osbourne 3-51, Shane Burton 2-36, Delvin Phillips 2-43).


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