Windies Under-19 batsman Kimani Melius propelled hosts Windward Islands to their second straight victory in the WINDIES Under-19 One-day Championship today.

A devastating spell from left-arm spinner Camarie Boyce swept Barbados to victory in their opening match and an all-round effort helped Jamaica rebound from a first-round defeat when the rain-affected, second round of the seven-team competition was contested.

Melius hit a boundary-studded 65 from 53 balls to top an even 50 from Uri Smith to carry the Windwards to a six-wicket victory over Leeward Islands at Cumberland.

See scorecard here:

Boyce followed up a solid 72 from Shian Brathwaite with 5-33 from 7.2 overs to spur Barbados to a 60-run victory under the Duckworth/Lewis/Stern Method over arch-rivals Trinidad & Tobago at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex.

See scorecard here:

And, Jamaica’s bowlers, led by Sanjay Brown, set things up before their batting guided them to an easy, seven-wicket win over Canada at Sion Hill.

See scorecard here:

The third round of matches on Monday features: Guyana vs Jamaica at Cumberland, Windward Islands vs Barbados at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex and Leeward Islands vs Canada at Sion Hill.

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1 Comment

  1. God is for me
    August 19, 2018

    Thank you DNO for publishing sports news.
    We dominican abroad new to know what is happening at home in the world of sport.
    I would prefer more more local and school sports results rather than this politics which is crippled and divide our country
    Lastly, my opinion regarding the politics is that our people like talk too much, this irritates and most time what is said is repeated.
    Guys, if you don’t won’t someone get rid of them by demonstrating or force them out in a non violent manne.
    If we can wait abit longer then use your democratic rights and vote that party out of power.
    Our ppl are just too coward when it comes to standing for their rights. Please educate yourselves by reading and doing research on political issues and the rights of citizens

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