-Volcanoes reeling after Chanderpaul’s ton, Paul’s 4-for
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JAGUARS 1st Innings
(overnight 307 for six)
T Chanderpaul not out 117 T Griffith c wkpr DDH Smith b Thomas 14 *L Johnson c Hodge b Lewis 5 S Hetmyer c DS Smith b Jordan 26 +A Bramble c DS Smith b Thomas 168 S Rutherford c wkpr DDH Smith b Thomas 0 K Paul run out 3 R Shepherd c DS Smith b Thomas 72 C Pestano c Cato b Jordan 20 V Permaul c DS Smith b Edward 3 G Motie not out 5 Extras (lb2, w1, nb18) 21 TOTAL (9 wkts decl., 148 overs) 454 Fall of wickets: 1-22, 2-27, 3-71, 4-280, 5-280, 6-290, 7-411, 8-443, 9-448.
Bowling: Lewis 24-5-80-1 (nb3), Thomas 25-2-94-4 (nb9), Jordan 18-3-56-2 (nb6), Edward 48-11-108-1, Hodge 30-6-93-0, Athanaze 3-0-21-0.
VOLCANOES 1st Innings DS Smith c Griffith b Paul T Gabriel c & b Permaul R Cato c Griffith b Paul *K Edwards c Griffith b Paul K Hodge c wkp Bramble b Paul A Athanaze not out DDH Smith not out Extras (lb2, nb11) 13 TOTAL (5 wkts, 33 overs)
Fall of wickets: 1-38, 2-56, 3-63, 4-63, 5-81.
To bat: L Edward, S Lewis, R Jordan, J Thomas. Bowling: Pestano 6-1-26-0 (nb3), Shepherd 4-0-21-0, Johnson 1-0-4-0, Paul 8-1-24-4 (nb8), Permaul 10-7-121, Motie 4-1-10-0.
Position: Volcanoes trail by 355 runs with five first innings wickets intact.
Umpires: N Duguid, J Blades.
second half century at over. the Regional first-class At lunch, the Jaguars level. were 403-6.
The towering allrounder from Berbice favoured shots down the ground, hitting Ray Jordan back into the sight screen for a boundary, in the process bringing up the century stand between the two as well as the 400th run for Jaguars in the 130th 17 23 14 4 0 25 3
99 The partnership was broken on 121 when Shepherd gifted Devon Smith a catch at second slip, departing for his highest score at this level, 72, from 142 balls with two sixes and six fours. Shepherd’s wicket was 27-year-old Police OH NO ‘MARIO’! Romario Shepherd’s belligerent innings of 72 comes to an end. (Orlando Charles Photo) Officer, Josh Thomas’s fourth. He eventually finished with 4-94
Clinton Pestano joined Chanderpaul at the crease and scored a quick-fire 20 before mistiming a shot high into the air, giving Roland Cato enough time to settle under it and secure the catch.
With the loss of Veerasammy Permaul cheaply, Jaguars declared after passing the 450-mark while Volcanoes went in for tea on 19-0.
When the match resumed, the session belonged to Paul who picked up 4-24. It didn’t take long for him to break the edge of Devon Smith’s bat (17) with Trevon Griffith taking the catch at second slip.
Griffith pulled off a second stunner, snatching a low catch in front of Leon Johnson at first slip off Paul to dismiss Cato for 14 and the score 56-2.
For the third time, Paul found the edge of another batsman, this time that of the skipper, Kirk Edwards and Griffith diving to his right again came up with the goods.
Paul once again found the edge of Hodge’s bat for wicketkeeper Anthony Bramble to take a low catch leaving Volcanoes subdued at 68-4.
With the two left arm spinners in operation, Gabriel popped a delivery back to Permaul who pounced to his right and pull off a splendid onehanded catch and remove him for 23.
However, Alick Athanaze (25 not out) and Denis Smith (three not out) calmed the Volcanoes innings somewhat with an unbroken partnership of 18 to see their side to the close of play.
The match resumes tomorrow at 09.30 hrs.
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