FOUR-DAY: Rain wipes out day two between Harpy Eagles and Red Force
SUMMARY: Trinidad and Tobago Red Force 203-9 from 90 overs (Jeremy Solozano 72, Jason Mohammed 68, Isiah Rajah 26; Keemo Paul 5-41, Gudakesh Motie 2-35, Kevin Sinclair 1-21, Demetri Cameron 1-38) v Guyana Harpy Eagles
Rain had the final say on Thursday as day two of all three matches in the Cricket West Indies Four-Day Championship were called off without a ball bowled.
At the Queen’s Park Oval, where Trinidad and Tobago Red Force and Guyana Harpy Eagles are clashing, play was called off at 15:00h and based on the adverse weather pattern, day three could face the same fate due to an incoming Tropical Wave.
Should day three be washed out, the most likely outcome would be a draw, a result that would effectively mean no title for Harpy Eagles this season.
Red Force reached stumps on day one on 203-9 after a dramatic collapse where they lost seven wickets for 21 runs in 15.4 overs, after being in a strong position of 178-2, compliments of a 118-run stand between Jeremy Solozano (72) and Jason Mohammed (68).
All-rounder Keemo Paul, with another superb spell of fast-bowling this season, was the architect of the collapse with innings figures of 5-41 from 17 overs thus far.
Weather permitting, play is expected to start at 09:30h on Friday in all three matches.
Below are the summarised scores for the other matches.
At Diego Martin Sporting Complex: Windward Volcanoes 203 from 62 overs (Teddy Bishop 44, Larry Edward 37, Kaveem Hodge 37; Ramon Simmonds 3-25, Roston Chase 3-46, Miguel Cummins 2-32) v Barbados Pride 109-1 (Raymon Reifer 56*, Kraigg Brathwaite 39*; Ryan John 1-14) from 24 overs
At Brian Lara Cricket Academy: Jamaica Scorpions 302 (Paul Palmer Jr. 144*, Jamie Merchant 55, Aldane Thomas 31; Sheeno Berridge 2-29, Colin Archibald 2-64, Rahkeem Cornwall 2-103) vs Leeward Islands Hurricanes