FOUR-DAY: Harpy Eagles 67-1 in pursuit of 460 against Hurricanes

SUMMARY: Leeward Islands Hurricanes 352 all out (Mikyle Louis 113, Jahmar Hamilton 77, Rahkeem Cornwall 54; Ronaldo Alimohamed 5-69) and 295 all out from 69.4 overs (Mikyle Louis 130, Keacy Carty 34, Colin Archibald 31; Kevlon Anderson 5-57, Ronaldo Alimohamed 2-66) Guyana Harpy Eagles 188 all out (Ronaldo Alimohamed 41, Veerasammy Permaul 34, Kevin Sinclair 29; Daniel Doram 4-40, Jeremiah Louis 3-42) and 67-1 from 35 overs (Tagenarine Chanderpaul 40*, Raymond Perez 20*) TARGET: 460


Guyana Harpy Eagles closed day three of their West Indies Four-Day Championship match against Leeward Islands Hurricanes in St. Kitts on 67-1, in pursuit of a huge target of 460.

The highlight of another tough day for the Harpy Eagles at Warner Park was skipper Kevlon Anderson taking a five-wicket haul in the first instance he has bowled in First-Class cricket.

Opener Tagenarine Chanderpaul, short of runs in recent times, looked rock solid for his 40 not out, while Raymond Perez, in his second First-Class game, is on 20.

Matthew Nandu was an early casualty, caught at slip off the bowling of off-spinner Rahkeem Cornwall for two with just 12 runs on the board.

Since then, Chanderpaul and Perez have mixed solid defence with occasional aggression in an unbroken partnership of 55.

Left-hander Chanderpaul has struck six fours in his 117-ball knock, while Perez has a solitary boundary from 86 deliveries.

Leeward Islands Hurricanes started the day on 52-1 and remained favourites by the end of it, with the Harpy Eagles still 393 runs away from an improbable outright victory.

That the Hurricanes continue to dictate terms was thanks largely to opener Mikyle Louis, who struck 130, his second century in the game. It led the Hurricanes to a second innings score of 295 after the gained a healthy lead of 164 on first innings.

Louis, a 23-year-old right hander, followed up his first innings 113 with another superb knock, facing 168 deliveries and hitting 11 fours and five sixes.

Keacy Carty and Colin Archibald supported with 34 and 31 respectively as Anderson finished with 5-57 off 15 overs. Ronaldo Alimohamed took 2-66 and for match figures of 7-135.

Below are the summarised scores from the other games

At Sabina Park, Jamaica: Combined Campuses and Colleges 307 all out from 97 overs (Jonathan Carter 135, Shamarh Brooks 36; Gordon Bryan 3-66, Ojay Shields 3-78) and 87 all out from 30.4 overs (Kirstan Kallicharan 29; Pete Salmon 4-12, Gordon Bryan 3-19) vs Jamaica Scorpions 331 all out from 91.2 overs (Chadwick Walton 163, Carlos Brown 48, Pete Salmon 45; Zishan Motara 7-108) and 69-0 from 9.3 overs (Chadwick 46*, Carlos Brown 19*) RESULT: Jamaica Scorpions win by 10 wickets

At Kensington Park, Jamaica: Barbados Pride 214 all out from 49.5 overs (Kevin Wickham 74; Ryan John 4-47) and 126 from 38.1 overs (Roshon Primus 25*, Jonathan Drakes 20; Shemar Springer 4-44, Ryan John 3-28) vs Windward Islands Volcanoes 325 from 98.1 overs (Jeremy Solozano 86, Sunil Ambris 72, Kimani Melius 53; Jomel Warrican 5-59) and 18-1 from 3.5 overs (Jeremy Solozano 13*). RESULT: Windward Islands Volcanoes win by nine wickets

At Conaree, St. Kitts: West Indies Academy 163 all out from 39 overs (Teddy Bishop 65; Jayden Seales 3-26, Anderson Phillip 3-63) and 224 from 70.1 overs (Carlon Bowen-Tuckett 46*, Mbeki Joseph 34, Ackeem Auguste 34; Anderson Phillip 4-33, Bryan Charles 4-57) vs Trinidad and Tobago Red Force 329 all out from 115.4 overs (Jyd Goolie 113, Vikash Mohan 54; Ashmead Nedd 6-78, Joshua Bishop 3-116) and 60-4 from 16.2 overs (Vikash Mohan 18; Joshua Bishop 3-28) RESULT: Trinidad and Tobago Red Force win by six wickets

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