FOUR-DAY: Harpy Eagles complete 228-run victory over Scorpions
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) & 294-7 dec. from 92.4 overs ( Tevin Imlach 136*, Tagenarine Chanderpaul 89, Mindley 6-54; Jermaine Blackwood 1-41) beat Jamaica Scorpions 115 from 35.5 overs (Green 42, Nicholson Gordon 22*; Nial Smith 5-39, Veerasammy Permaul 3-22, Ronsford Beaton 2-22) & 229 all out from 66.2 overs (Tevin Gilzene 85, Blackwood 80; Kevin Sinclair 4-37, Beaton 3-85, Permaul 2-23) by 228 runs
Kevin Sinclair led the Guyana Harpy Eagles to a 228-run win over the Jamaica Scorpions on day four of their fourth-round fixture at the National Stadium, Providence, on Saturday.
Scorpions started day four 176-1 off 43 overs with a glimmer of hope of pulling off a historic chase.
That hope was quickly dashed as Tevin Gilzene and Jermaine Blackwood, who entered the day on 81 and 66, respectively, were swiftly dismissed for 85 and 80.
Paul Palmer Jr also went for a duck in between those wickets as the Scorpions were suddenly 207-4.
The wickets continued to tumble as the Scorpions were eventually bowled out for 229 in the 67th over.
Sinclair finished with figures of 4-37 off 18.2 overs while Ronsford Beaton took 3-85 off 17 and Veerasammy Permaul took 2-23 off 11.
Harpy Eagles are back in action from Wednesday at Providence in their final match against Leeward Hurricanes. (SportsMax)