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Barnwell slams maiden List A century

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15 Feb 2021 10:40 #389117 by chairman
ALL-rounder Christopher Barnwell registered his first List A century to set up a 109-run victory for the Guyana Jaguars over the Jamaica Scorpions in the Cricket West Indies (CWI)-sponsored CG Insurance Super50 Cup last evening in Antigua. Barnwell, the 34-year-old all-rounder, slammed a 90-ball 107, with four fours and six sixes, as he batted with responsibility to ensure the Jaguars set a winning total of 299-9. Wicket-keeper/batsman, Anthony Bramble, struck 69. Left-arm spinner, Gudakesh Motie, then claimed another four-wicket haul, 4-55, to stifle the Scorpions as they were eventually bowled out for 190 in 43.5 overs. The Jaguars, who remained at the top of the points table with 12 points, got off to a disastrous start as Assad Fudadin, who seems to be at the end of his cricketing career, made 10, while Chandrapaul Hemraj (8), and Shimron Hetmyer (1) followed with just 21 runs on the board.
In the absence of regular skipper, Leon Johnson, the stage was set for the strongly-built Barnwell to exhibit his batting prowess, and he duly rose to the occasion.ALL-rounder Christopher Barnwell registered his first List A century to set up a 109-run victory for the Guyana Jaguars over the Jamaica Scorpions in the Cricket West Indies (CWI)-sponsored CG Insurance Super50 Cup last evening in Antigua. Barnwell, the 34-year-old all-rounder, slammed a 90-ball 107, with four fours and six sixes, as he batted with responsibility to ensure the Jaguars set a winning total of 299-9. Wicket-keeper/batsman, Anthony Bramble, struck 69. Left-arm spinner, Gudakesh Motie, then claimed another four-wicket haul, 4-55, to stifle the Scorpions as they were eventually bowled out for 190 in 43.5 overs. The Jaguars, who remained at the top of the points table with 12 points, got off to a disastrous start as Assad Fudadin, who seems to be at the end of his cricketing career, made 10, while Chandrapaul Hemraj (8), and Shimron Hetmyer (1) followed with just 21 runs on the board.
In the absence of regular skipper, Leon Johnson, the stage was set for the strongly-built Barnwell to exhibit his batting prowess, and he duly rose to the occasion.

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15 Feb 2021 10:41 #389118 by chairman

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