Hope, Jagge­sar hit highs against Sri Lanka A

Jamaica Gleaner - - SPORTS -

DAMBULLA, Sri Lanka (CMC): A COM­BINED bat­ting and bowl­ing ef­fort by West Indies A pro­pelled them to a com­mand­ing 165-run vic­tory over Sri Lanka A in the first un­of­fi­cial one-day in­ter­na­tional (ODI) at the Ran­giri Dambulla In­ter­na­tional Sta­dium here yes­ter­day.

Off­spin­ner Jon-Russ Jagge­sar, with a ca­reer best four-wicket haul, led the de­mo­li­tion of Sri­Lanka A for 102 in 32.3 overs, after Kyle Pope posted a ca­reer best 81 and shared in three im­por­tant part­ner­ships that spurred West Indies A to 267 for six.

The new-ball pair of Rons­ford Beaton, who picked up three wick­ets and Delorn John­son, two, set up the vic­tory with early wick­ets that ripped the fight out of the home side.

Cap­tain Ja­son Mo­hammed and Rov­man Pow­ell trig­gered late mo­men­tum by slam­ming half-cen­turies as West Indies A cruised to a one-nil lead in the three-match series.

Mo­hammed’s men re­sumed the re­serve day on 69 for two after rain in­ter­vened with the game just 12.5 overs into the in­nings.


Pope, who put on an open­ing stand of 40 with Chad­wick Wal­ton, held his end to hit a top score of 81 from 112 balls with eight bound­aries, his list-A ca­reer-best score.

He fea­tured in three im­por­tant part­ner­ships around which the in­nings was con­structed – 42 for the third wicket with An­dre Fletcher, who con­trib­uted 26; and 63 with Mo­hammed for the fourth wicket.

Mo­hammed found the bound­ary five times to post 58 from 71 balls, while Pow­ell raced to 55 from just 35 balls, hit­ting three fours and as many sixes.

Mo­hamed and Pow­ell put to­gether 89 runs for the fifth wicket and lost their wick­ets in the fi­nal over, after help­ing West Indies A to com­pile 93 runs in the last 10 overs.

Beaton and John­son ran through the Sri Lanka A top or­der, grab­bing the first four CAK Wal­ton+ c Mi­lan­tha b Ra­jitha KA Hope b Aponso AB Fu­dadin c Shanaka b Aponso ADS Fletcher c Shanaka b Siri­war­dana JN Mo­hammed* c Asalanka b Fer­nando R Pow­ell c Siri­war­dana b Fer­nando KR May­ers not out V Per­maul not out

(lb 1, w 9, nb 5) (6 wick­ets; 50 overs)

JL Jagge­sar, DE John­son, RR Beaton.

1-40 (Wal­ton, 4.5 ov), 2-63 (Fu­dadin, 7.6 ov), 3-111 (Fletcher, 25.3 ov), 4-174 (Hope, 39.5 ov), 5-263 (Mo­hammed, 49.2 ov), 6-265 (Pow­ell, 49.4 ov). 16 81 14


58 55 1 1 15 267

Ra­jitha 7-0-54-1 (1nb,1w), Fer­nando 7-0-45-2(2w), Aponso 10-044-2 (1w),Shanaka 5-0-21-0 (1w),Jayasuriya 9-0-45-0 (2w), Siri­war­dana 10-1-47-1 (1w), Asalanka 2-0-10-0.


DS Weer­akkody c +Wal­ton b John­son 3 MD Gu­nathi­laka c Hope b Beaton 20 BKEL Mi­lan­tha c +Wal­ton b John­son 2 M Bhanuka+ c & b Jagge­sar 15 TAM Siri­war­dana* c Fletcher b Beaton 0 KIC Asalanka c May­ers b Jagge­sar 17 MD Shanaka st +Wal­ton b Jagge­sar 10 DSNFG Jayasuriya c May­ers b Beaton 24 B Fer­nando b Jagge­sar 0 MA Aponso lbw b Per­maul 5 CAK Ra­jitha not out 1

(b 1, w 4) 5 (all out; 32.3 overs) 102

1-5 (Weer­akkody, 1.2 ov), 2-26 (Mi­lan­tha, 5.4 ov), 3-26 (Gu­nathi­laka, 6.1 ov), 4-26 (Siri­war­dana, 6.4 ov), 5-49 (Bhanuka, 14.3 ov), 6-64 (Asalanka, 18.3 ov), 7-75 (Shanaka, 22.4 ov), 8-75 (Fer­nando, 22.5 ov), 9-84 (Aponso, 27.6 ov), 10-102 (Jayasuriya, 32.3 ov).

Beaton 6.3-1-26-3 (2w), John­son 4-0-19-2,May­ers 7-2-19-0, Jagge­sar 10-2-29-4 (1w), Per­maul 5-1-8-1.

Indies A won by 165 runs West Indies A lead three­match series one-nilWest Indies A.

Prageeth Ram­buk­wella, Pradeep Udawatta.

wick­ets seven overs into the chase as the home side tot­tered to a bat­ting melt­down at 26 for four.

Beaton grabbed two wick­ets in four balls dur­ing the sev­enth over to fin­ish with three for 26 from 6.3 overs, his best in list-A cricket, while John­son ended with two for 19 from four overs.



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