Scorpions hold off Pride
KINGSTON – Barbados getting 50 and tail-ender 115 balls in two hours. Stoute (16) before putting Pride’s late victory Ashley Nurse, a robust, Earlier, Pride prospered on a valuable 53 for the surge came to nothing unbeaten 34. mainly through the sixth wicket with Justin as Jamaica Scorpions Behind by 128 runs, enterprise of the left- Greaves (15). held on to force a draw Scorpions then survived hander Carter, who All told, Carter faced in their day/night third a scare in their second anchored three key stands 186 balls in 217 minutes at round match in the Digicel innings, slumping to 37 for to get the visitors up to the crease, and counted ten Professional Cricket three before recovering to a challenging total on fours and a six. League on Sunday night. end on 98 for six. the way to his fourth When he was seventh
Resuming the final day Out-of-favour West first-class century. out with the score on 257, at Sabina Park on 112 for Indies left-arm spinner Beginning the day Nurse arrived to blast a two in their first innings, Jomel Warrican rocked the on 11, the 29-year-old four and four sixes in a Pride tallied 304 for seven Scorpions innings with extended his third-wicket 21-ball cameo, adding a declared, with Jonathan three for 22, but captain stand with Moseley to 49, hasty 47 in an unbroken Carter stroking 103, Paul Palmer led the revival added a further 36 for the eighth wicket partnership opener Shayne Moseley with an unbeaten 32 off fourth wicket with Kevin with wicketkeeper Mario
Rampersaud (10 not out) before the declaration came.
Rain allowed just 32.4 overs over the first two days of the contest. (CMC)
ANKE GRIFFITH was an impressive winner of the women’s wellness fitness.
Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies, took the top spot. Ifill, who has a small, muscular waist, was well prepared and looked a good choice for the first place once the judges ignored Jones. Widest back
Guyana’s Caerus Cipriani, who showcased one of the widest backs, was second for the second straight year, with Jason Layne of Barbados third and Brendon Francis of Trinidad and Tobago completing the top four.
Hoyte, dynamite in a small package, was a clear winner of the short class. Emmerson Campbell of Guyana was second, with 32-year-old Barbadian Jermaine Bradshaw, third. Yannick Grimes of Guyana was fourth, with rugged Barbadian