SUPER50: Guyana Jaguars beaten by USA; wins for Canada and T&T


Guyana’s long wait for a regional 50-over title continues after they were booted from the 2019 Colonial Medical Insurance Super50 Cup, losing to USA by nine runs in a rain-affected game at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy.

Without a title since 2005, Guyana failed to make it to the semi-final after being set a revised 222 to win under the Duckworth/Lewis/Stern method.

Also recording wins in the latest round of games were Canada and Trinidad and Tobago Red Force.


At Brian Lara Cricket Academy: USA 230-5 from 41 overs (Monank Patel 85, Ian Holland 59*, Aaron Jones 37, Ramaal Lewis 3-24) v Guyana Jaguars 213-7 from 36 overs; target 222 (Christopher Barnwell 54, Jonathon Foo 41, Anthony Bramble 38, Raymon Reifer 33, Saurab Netravalkar 3-42, Rusty Theron 2-44). RESULT: USA win by nine runs

At Queen’s Park Oval: West Indies Emerging Players 78 all out from 27.1 overs (Justin Greaves 43, Imran Khan 3-19, Anderson Phillip 3-23, Akeal Hosain 2-7, Jon-Russ Jagessar 2-29) v Trinidad and Tobago Red Force 79-0 from 17.3 overs (Jeremy Solozano 43*, Keagan Simmons 27*). RESULT: Trinidad and Tobago Red Force win by 10 wickets

At Conaree Sports Club: Canada 252 all out (Harsh Thaker 68*, Rayyan Pathan 46, Kaleem Sana 38, Larry Joseph 3-38, Jalarnie Seales 3-62) v CCC Marooners 201 from 44.2 overs (Paul Palmer 105, Romaine Morris 58, Kaleem Sana 4-24, Harsh Thaker 3-29, Shahid Ahmadzai 3-37). RESULT: Canada win by 51 runs

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