Scor­pi­ons hold off Pride

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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

(FP) JA­MAICA SCOR­PI­ONS 2nd In­nings Ex­tras TO­TAL Fall of wick­ets: Bowl­ing:

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