Rain washes out day two of Harpy Eagles, Red Force game at Conaree

- No play between Hurricanes/West Indies Academy match either


Rain in St. Kitts on Thursday prevented any play between Guyana Harpy Eagles and Trinidad and Tobago Red Force on day two of their first round match in the West Indies Four-Day Championship.

The players were kept indoors all day at the Conaree Sports Club due to persistent rainfall, with the umpires calling play off at around midday.

Red Force would have been eager to build on their overnight 215-4, while the defending champions Harpy Eagles were hoping to wrap up the innings.

Jason Mohammed has led the charge for Red Force thus far, getting to his 12th First-Class ton just before the close on the opening day, while Tion Webster made 50.

Ronsford Beaton and Veerasammy Permaul have had an equal share of the four wickets.

The other game in St. Kitts, between the Leeward Islands Hurricanes and the West Indies Academy, was also washed out on day two with the academy side 60-2, responding to 137.


At Conaree: Trinidad and Tobago Red Force 215-4 from 81.2 overs (Jason Mohammed 100*, Tion Webster 50; Ronsford Beaton 2-39, Veerasammy Permaul 2-40) vs Guyana Harpy Eagles

At Basseterre: Leeward Islands Hurricanes 137 all out from 54.2 overs (Jeremiah Louis 45, Terance Warde 28; Joshua James 3-11, Ashmead Nedd 2-3, Johann Layne 2-18, Nyeem Young 2-52) vs West Indies Academy 60-2 from 18 overs (Mbeki Joseph 30*, Ackeem Auguste 15*)

Editor’s Note: The close of play scores for the other two games, currently ongoing in Jamaica, will be added to this report.

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