FOUR-DAY: Chanderpaul, Imlach drive Eagles’ ascendency after Smith bags five

SUMMARY: Guyana Harpy Eagles 278 all out in 88.1 overs (Leon Johnson 150*, Tevin Imlach 46, Kevlon Anderson 36; Marquino Mindley 3-34; Derval Green 2-43, Ojay Shield 2-66) & 138-4 from 48 overs (Tagenarine Chanderpaul 60*, Tevin Imlach 50*; Mindley 4-30) lead Jamaica Scorpions 115 from 35.5 overs (Green 42, Nicholson Gordon 22*; Nial Smith 5-39, Veerasammy Permaul 3-22, Ronsford Beaton 2-22) by 301 runs


Guyana Harpy Eagles are in firm control of their Regional Four-Day match against Jamaica Scorpions after they bundled the visitors for 115 in response to their first innings total of 278 at the National Stadium, Providence.

Batting a second time, the Harpy Eagles are 138-4 with Tagenarine Chanderpaul (60*) and Tevin Imlach (50*) at stumps.

Repairing the early damage from 33-4, the pair extended the Eagles’ lead to 301 with two days still remaining.

Resuming their first innings on 268-9, Harpy Eagles added ten more before being bowled out in 88.1 overs as captain Leon Johnson was stranded on 150*

Eagles, led by Nial Smith then skittled Scorpions for 115 in 35.5 overs.

Smith snatched 5-39 while Veerasammy Permaul accounted for 3-22 and Ronsford Beaton 2-22.

Derval Green, with a top score of 42 added 51 for the last wicket with Nicholson Gordon, who made 22*, as the Eagles opted not to enforce the follow-on after securing a 163-run lead.

Thus far, Marquino Mindley has taken all the second innings scalps with 4-30 from 11 overs.

Play resumes on Friday from 10:00h.

Summarised scores in other matches: 

At Brian Lara Cricket Academy: Leeward Hurricanes 382-9 dec. from 121.5 overs (Kofi James 107, Karima Gore 93, Kieran Powell 75; Sherman Lewis 3-76, Preston McSween 2-68, Kenneth Dember 2-103) lead Windward Volcanoes 206-2 from 44 overs (Alick Athanaze 105*, Kavem Hodge 85*; Jeremiah Louis 1-18, Javier Spencer 1-53) by 176 runs

At Queen’s Park Oval: Trinidad and Tobago Red Force 203 all out from 75.3 overs (Jason Mohammed 55, Tion Webster 46, Joshua DaSilva 32; Chaim Holder 5-71, Jair McAllister 3-31) & 31-2 from 15 overs (Darren Bravo 20*; Akeem Jordan 2-5) trail Barbados Pride 271 from 85 overs (Zachary McCaskie 92, Roshon Primus 53, Kevin Wickham 27; Imran Khan 4-86, Anderson Phillip 3-80) by 37 runs

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