THE Guyana Jaguars crushed the Windward Islands Volcanoes by an innings and 122 runs in the ninth round West Indies Cricket Board’s Professional Cricket League (PCL) Four-day game inside three days to be crowned Regional four-day champions for a third straight year.. The Volcanoes were bowled out for 163 in 46.1 overs in their second
Veerasammy Permaul’s 7 for 48 in the second innings, his 21st five-wicket haul, helped Guyana defeat Trinidad & Tobago by ten wickets and climb to the top of the table at Queen’s Park Oval. Guyana’s win was set up by their bowlers, who first negated T&T’s winning the toss and electing to bat, by bowling
Rain affected what was expected to b an enthralling third day’s play at Everest and Young Warriors grounds in the inaugural GCB/CGI Jaguars 3-Day League. Substantial and persistent rainfall greatly affected the 3rd day’s play of the matches between Upper Demerara/East Bank and Georgetown at the Everest Cricket Club ground, and West Berbice and Upper Corentyne at
Lower Corentyne and East Coast Demerara record victories against Essequibo and West Demerara respectively in Day Two of the inaugural GCB/CGI Jaguars 3-Day League . Entering the second day on 173 for 2 with a first innings’ lead of 72, Lower Corentyne improve their advantage by amassing 382 all out, a first innings lead of 281.
Jonathan Foo records League’s first century while Veerasammy Permaul and Ameer Khan snatche five-wicket hauls as teams fight for 1st Day dominance in the inaugural GCB/CGI Jaguars 3-Day League which got off to a solid start yesterday. The League, which seeks to uphold the highest professional standards, where players are committed to team goals and other