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Old 14th March 2011, 12:03   #181
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Chambers coing home with injury. Replaced by Notts Andy Carter. If hes the one they loaned to Essex, thought he looked quite good last year
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Old 14th March 2011, 12:39   #182
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Chambers coing home with injury. Replaced by Notts Andy Carter. If hes the one they loaned to Essex, thought he looked quite good last year
I thought Roland-Jones at Middlesex looked as good a prospect as any. I don't think I've seen Carter bowl.
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Old 15th March 2011, 13:21   #183
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In the only match that produced a result, Trinidad's title charge was dented when they were beaten by about 30 runs by cellar dwellers Leewards. Martin took 5-41 and Athanaze 4-56 as they dismissed Trinidad for a mere 153, the only resistance provided by Sherwin Ganga with 77.

CCC took first innings points against defending champs Jamaica in their drawn game, medium-fast pacer Kevin McClean taking 5-79 to dismiss the hosts for 341, just 10 runs short of the tourists' first innings total. Spinners Austin and Kantasingh took three and two wickets respectively, as Hinds made 74 and Walton 51.

In their rain-ravaged game in Guyana, the Lions batted long enough to get first innings points, posting 87-3 with Bairstow ending on 32 not out and Hildreth on six.

Set 172 to win, the Windwards hung on for the draw and first innings points, reaching 89-7 at the close, with Browne topscoring with just 29. Collins and Best took two wickets each, with Edwards, Stoute and Holder all taking one wicket each.
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Old 17th March 2011, 17:24   #184
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Poor start for the Lions in their game, started today. 78-4 at lunch after choosing to bat. Kieswetter 0, Gale 13, Adams 14, Taylor 7. Hildreth 40*
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Old 17th March 2011, 19:23   #185
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England Lions 137/4 (Hildreth 71*, Bairstow 25*)

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Old 17th March 2011, 21:11   #186
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225/7, Rashid gone for 35. Hildreth scored a Ton I think.
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Old 17th March 2011, 21:25   #187
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100 and out he was.
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Old 17th March 2011, 21:45   #188
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Call Hildreth up. Bat him at four. Open with Bell. Prior down the order.
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Old 17th March 2011, 23:58   #189
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280/8 in the end. Woakes not out on 37.
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Old 18th March 2011, 08:24   #190
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Mathurin has taken three wickets to date, and Matthew two....

The other three matches start today, with leaders and defending champs Jamaica hosting main rivals Trinidad, surprise package Combined Campuses and Colleges playing Guyana, and Leewards taking on Barbados in a cellar clash.

Despite Samuels' failure against the Leewards, he continues to lead the run-scorers stakes after five runs (not including yesterday's scores)....

1) Marlon Samuels 608 runs ave 86.85 (Jamaica)

2) James Taylor 421 runs ave 84.20 (England Lions)

3) Kraigg Brathwaite 414 runs ave 59.14 (Barbados)

4) Andre Fletcher 414 runs ave 46.00 (Windward Islands)

5) Kyle Corbin 399 runs ave 44.33 (Combined Campuses and Colleges)

6) Craig Kieswetter 380 runs ave 63.33 (England Lions)

7) Darren Ganga 375 runs ave 75.00 (Trinidad & Tobago)

8) Ryan Hinds 321 runs ave 53.50 (Barbados)

9) Jimmy Adams 309 runs ave 51.50 (England Lions)

10) Kirk Edwards 306 runs ave 102.00 (Barbados)

Spinners are back at the top of the wicket-taking stakes....

1) Ryan Austin 21 wkts ave 22.57 (Combined Campuses and Colleges)

2) Odean Brown 21 wkts ave 25.90 (Jamaica)

3) Rayad Emrit 19 wkts ave 14.31 (Trinidad & Tobago)

4) Jade Dernbach 19 wkts ave 15.63 (England Lions)

5) Liam Sebastien 18 wkts ave 17.05 (Windward Islands)

6) Shannon Gabriel 18 wkts ave 27.83 (Trinidad & Tobago)

7) Kenroy Peters 16 wkts ave 19.43 (Windward Islands)

8) M Matthew 16 wkts ave 19.93 (Windward Islands)

9) GE Mathurin 16 wkts ave 21.50 (Windward Islands)

10) Kavesh Kantasingh 16 wkts ave 25.37 (CCC)
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Old 18th March 2011, 10:36   #191
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Given his returns in the four day game over the last two and a bit years I seriously think we need to consider blooding Taylor this summer.
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Old 18th March 2011, 15:27   #192
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Given his returns in the four day game over the last two and a bit years I seriously think we need to consider blooding Taylor this summer.
Me too. I think Morgan or Bopara will get a chance first though.
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Wonder who will replace Dernbach? Hope it's Roland-Jones.
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There's only one game left though, so I'm not sure they'll bother.

Lions 302 all out.
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WIN 138-4 with the wickets shared around.
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237 all out; a decent lead for the Lions.
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Old 19th March 2011, 09:43   #197
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An unbeaten partnership of 121 between Wavell Hinds (131) and Dave Bernard (55) has carried Jamaica to an imposing 297-5 against Trinidad on the first day of their top-of-the-table clash. Simon Jackson, Danza Hyatt and tamar Lambert all went cheaply, Marlon Samuels got a start (25) but failed to push on, but Brendan Nash chipped in with an important 66 as Jamaica rebuilt their innings agianst one wicket each for Shannon Gabriel, Rayad Emrit, Lendl Simmons, Sherwin Ganga and Amit Jaggernauth.

After the second day of their match, the England Lions bowled the Windwards out for 237 to secure a 65-run first-innings lead, thanks to 3-51 from Danny Briggs, and two wickets each for Chris Woakes, Adil rashid and Carter. Kevin James and Polius hit 40s for the Windwards, who struck back just before the close, Nelon Pascal taking the wicket of Craig Kieswetter for nine to reduce the Lions to 20-1 at the halfway stage of their match.

Led by WI-hopeful Kyle Corbin, who hit 96, the CCC made 251 all out, aided by Floyd Reifer, who also hit 37, and an unbeaten half-century from pacer Kevin McClean, who also took the wicket of opening batsman Richard Ramdeen for one, to reduce Guyana to 11-1 at stumps at the end of Day One of their game. For Guyana, captain and dibbly-dobbler allrounder Assad Fudadin took 4-42 and spinner Veerasammy Permaul snared three wickets.

In the cellar battle, Fidel Edwards took 5-57 and Stoute 4-41as Barbados bowled out the Leewards for 277, Hamilton topscoring with 83, while Peters made 57, and tailender Martin struck 42 not out.
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James Harris has a 50 as nightwatchman. Lions 117-2
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228-5 at tea. Hildreth 40 not out.
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Lions set Winwards 356 to win. Briggs took a couple of wickets to leave them 10-2 at the end of the penultimate day.
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