Skipper Vishual Singh was unbeaten on 44 and Kemo Paul on four when rain brought an early end on day two of the three-day simulation match for the Guyana Jaguars as they continue preparation for the 2015/2016 WICB’s Professional Cricket League (PCL) Four-Day tournament.
Singh has so far hit six boundaries, as his team replying to Assad Fudadin’s XI first innings 229, reached 64-3.
Test opener Rajendra Chandrika and First-Class opener Shemron Hetymer fell without scoring to pacers Ronsford Beaton and Joshua Wade respectively, while Robin Bacchus (15) was removed by Raymond Reifer, before Singh and Paul came together and ensured no further damage was done.
Earlier, all-rounders Christopher Barnwell and Reifer took their overnight scores to 67 and 57 respectively before both batsmen retired out.
Kevon Boodie (04), Dexter Solomon (05), Akshaya Persaud (02) and Veerasammy Permaul (02) then fell in quick succession to left-arm spinner Anthony Admas, who finished with 4-37.
The other successful bowlers for Fudadin’s XI were Paul Wintz, Steven Jacobs, Devendra Bishoo and Gudakesh Motie. Weather permitting, the match will conclude today. The second edition of the PCL starts on November 6, 2015.
(Taken from Guyana Times)