177 & 157
(T:118) 217 & 118/4

Barbados won by 6 wickets

Player Of The Match
1/31, 53, 1/29 & 35*

Imran Khan fifty, six-for sets up easy T&T win

A round-up of the Regional 4 Day Tournament matches that ended on February 28, 2016

Trinidad & Tobago 406 (Imran 82, Deonarine 50, Cornwall 5-88) and 111 for 1 (Lewis 56) beat Leeward Islands 225 (Hamilton 53, Emrit 3-55, Richards 3-55) and 287 (Cornwall 65, Carty 59, Imran 4-80) by nine wickets
Opener Evin Lewis struck a quick fifty as Trinidad & Tobago knocked off 107 within 14 overs to secure 18 points; their first win at home this season.
Lewis was dismissed for 56 off 41 balls but Kyle Hope stayed unbeaten with Marlon Richards to seal the victory. This meant that Leeward Islands remained rooted to the bottom of the table with a solitary win in eight matches.
Leeward Islands were left to play catch-up right from the first day, when they were bowled out for 225. Debutant Keacy Carty, who had steered West Indies Under-19s' tense chase against India Under-19s in the World Cup final, was the first to go, bowled by Rayad Emrit for 5. Daron Cruickshank soon became Emrit's second victim. Nkrumah Bonner mounted some resistance with 47 before Jahmar Hamilton and Rakheem Cornwall added 74 together, but the lower order was cleaned up by pacer Marlon Richards.
Legspinning allrounder Imran Khan pitched in with two wickets. He then led T&T's batting effort with his ninth first-class fifty, at the top of the order. Narsingh Deonarine and Steven Katwaroo also stroked fifties to give their side the advantage with a first-innings lead of 181, despite Cornwall's five-for.
Leeward Islands fared marginally better in their second dig, managing 287, but the small target was brushed off by T&T. Carty hit a fifty as did Cornwall, but Imran's four-wicket haul rattled the middle order. His match haul of six wickets eventually put him joint second on the wickets charts, with 37 scalps.
Guyana 339 (Johnson 107, Vishaul 58, Matthew 6-81) and 39 for 4 (Johnson 17*) beat Windward Islands 216 (Smith 87, Robinson 57, Beaton 5-43) and 161 (Smith 51, Reifer 4-35, Bishoo 3-71) by six wickets
Ronsford Beaton's five-for in the first innings followed by Leon Johnson's 107 shaped Guyana's six-wicket win against Windward Islands in St Lucia. Guyana picked up 18 points with the win to strengthen their position at the top of the points table.
After being inserted, Devon Smith and Jelornie Robinson set Windwards up nicely with a 120-run partnership for the second wicket after Beaton had removed Tyrone Theophile early. Raymon Reifer broke the stand by removing Robinson for 57, a wicket that triggered Windwards' middle-order collapse. A combined bowling effort from Guyana, led by Beaton, ensured that no other Windwards crossed the score of 20 as they lost nine wickets for 80 runs. Beaton cleaned up Windwards' tail quickly as they were bowled out for 216.
Guyana's strong response was built on Johnson's century, while Vishaul Singh and Tagenarine Chanderpaul (46) played the support roles. Johnson struck 13 fours in his 107 and also shared a 119-run fifth-wicket stand with Vishaul, who made a patient 58 - a partnership that put them in control after they were at a wobbly 100 for 4. Guyana got a late push when Johnson and Reifer combined for the seventh wicket to add 62, a stand that set them up for over 300. Mervin Matthew's late wickets, that helped him complete career-best figures of 6 for 81, helped Windwards bowl Guyana out for 339, a 123-run lead.
Windwards suffered another batting collapse in the second innings that had them lose seven wickets for 41 runs as they slumped to 131 for 9. Smith's 51 was the only score of note before Shane Shillingford provided lower-order resistance with a quick 26 that took his side to 161 before they were bowled out. Reifer led Guyana's bowling effort, picking up 4 for 35, while Devendra Bishoo and Beaton accounted for a total of five wickets.
In their pursuit of 39, Guyana were reduced to 13 for 4 by Shillingford and Kyle Mayers. Johnson then came out full of positivity though, and smashed a quick 17 to take his side home without further damage.
Barbados 217 (Brathwaite 66, Chase 53, Miller 8-67) and 118 for 4 (Brathwaite 36, Chase 35*) beat Jamaica 177 (McCarthy 52, Thomas 50, Greaves 5-41) and 157 (Thomas 44*, Walsh 3-41) by six wickets
Justin Greaves' 5 for 41 and fifties from Kraigg Brathwaite and Roston Chase set up Barbados' six-wicket win over Jamaica at Sabina Park. The result, though, had no bearing on the points table as Barbados maintained their second position, while Jamaica follow at third.
Shacaya Thomas and Andre McCarthy struck fifties but Greaves' five-for cut through Jamaica, bowling them out for 177 as only two other batsmen made double-digit scores, both without touching 20.
Nikita Miller led the hosts' bowling effort, cutting through the visitors with a haul of 8 for 67. Barbados, though, were rescued and helped to a 40-run lead by Brathwaite and Chase's fifties. Brathwaite stroked 11 fours during his 130-ball 66, while Chase's knock came with eight fours.
Jamaica slumped to 80 for 7 in their second innings before Devon and Jason Dawes combined to add 63 for the eighth wicket. Their partnership helped the hosts set Barbados a fighting if still small target of 118. Jomel Warrican and Hayden Walsh combined to pick up 6 for 90 for Barbados, while Miguel Cummins finished with 2 for 20.
Brathwaite combined with Jonathan Carter to help take Barbados to 77 for 1 in the chase, before both batsmen fell in consecutive overs. Chase then came in and smacked a brisk 35 to take them home with six wickets in hand.

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