FOUR-DAY: Perez and Imlach steer Harpy Eagles to victory over CCC

SUMMARY: Combined Campuses and Colleges 200 all out from 55.5 overs (Demario Richards 43, Romario Greaves 36, Avinash Mahabirsingh 23; Nial Smith 3-42, Veerasammy Permaul 3-51) & 203 all out from 64.2 overs (Shamarh Brooks, Odain McCatty 56, Jarion Hoyte 22; Kevin Sinclair 2-29, Nial Smith 2-35,  Gudakesh Motie 2-42, Veerasammy Permaul 2-44) v Guyana Harpy Eagles 223  all out from 60.4 overs (Raymond Perez 62, Tevin Imlach 55, Kevin Sinclair 37; Avinash Mahabirsingh 8-51) & 182-2 (Raymond Perez 79*, Tevin Imlach 50, Tagenarine Chanderpaul 42; Romario Greaves 1-34, Jediah Blades 1-54). Harpy Eagles won by eight wickets


Half-centuries from Raymond Perez and Tevin Imlach sealed a vital eight-wicket win for Guyana Harpy Eagles over Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC) in the final round of the West Indies Four-Day Championship at the Sir Frank Worrell Memorial Ground, Trinidad.

However, the fifth consecutive victory does not guarantee the Harpy Eagles the title, as they would have to await the results of the other matches, which conclude on Saturday.

The tournament champions will win US$250,000, while the second-placed team will receive US$100,000.

Starting day three 165-7, CCC lost their remaining wickets for 38 runs, which set the defending champions a target of 181.

Kevin Sinclair, Nial Smith, Gudakesh Motie and Veerasammy Permaul took two wickets each.

Harpy Eagles then raced to 182-2 from 34.5 overs, with Perez following up his first innings 62 with a classy, unbeaten 79 from 92 balls.

Perez and Tagenarine Chanderpaul laid the foundation for the win, with an opening partnership of 93, with Test opener Chanderpaul making 42.

Imlach also cashed in, scoring a breezy 50 off 51 balls to back up his first innings 55.

The Harpy Eagles’ first match against Trinidad and Tobago Red Force was rained out, and after that, they lost to Leeward Hurricanes. They then won five on the trot.


Summarised scores of the other three matches: 

At Coolidge Cricket Ground: Barbados Pride 153 all out from 39.5 overs (Johnathan Drakes 37, Kevin Wickham 27, Shian  Brathwaite 26; Johann Layne 3-23, McKenny Clarke 3-26, Joshua Bishop 2-23, Ramon Simmonds 2-43) & 228-5 from 92 overs (Kraigg Brathwaite 90, Raymon Reifer 43*, Kevin Wickham 35; Joshua Bishop 3-43, Johann Layne 1-37)  v West Indies Academy 243 all out from 61.3 overs (Ackeem Auguste 76, Carlon Bowen-Tuckett 49; Akeem Jordan 4-76, Raymon Reifer 2-32). Pride lead West Indies Academy by 138 runs with five wickets remaining

At Queen’s Park Oval: Leeward Hurricanes 300 all out from 82.5 overs (Mikyle Louis 100, Jewel Andrew 68, Jeremiah Louis 43, Jahmar Hamilton 34; Ryan John 3-67, Gilon Tyson 2-33, Darel Cyrus 2-70) & 294 all out from 79.2 overs (Keacy Carty 65, Mikyle Louis 33, Kieran Powell 31; Kavem Hodge 3-60, Gilson Tyson 3-91) v Windward Volcanoes 179 all out from 53 overs (Johann Jeremiah 41, Shamar Springer 33; Daniel Doram 6-34, Hayden Walsh Jr. 3-21) & 112-1 from 35 overs (Stephan Pascal 60*, Johann Jeremiah 23*; Daniel Doram 1-15). Volcanoes require 304 runs to win with nine wickets remaining

At Sabina Park: Trinidad and Tobago Red Force 432 all out from 122 overs (Joshua DaSilva 106 , Terrance Hinds 79,  Amir Jangoo 51, Kjorn Ottely 45; Jeavor Royal  3-113, Ojay Shields 2-61, Peat Salmon 2-83 ) v Jamaica Scorpions 189 all out from 63.4 overs (Kirk McKenzie 57, Jeavor Royal 46; Bryan Charles 6-82, Khary Pierre 3-57) & 118 all out from 44 overs (Javaughn Buchanan 33, Carlos Brown 22; Bryan Charles 7-43, Navin Bidaisee 2-20) Red Force won by an innings and 125 runs



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