Walton ton spurs Jamaica

first_img The dismissal also brought Guyana back into the game with the Leon Johnson-captained unit capturing the remaining six wickets for 74 runs. Others to get starts but failing to carry on were Jermaine Blackwood, 29, and Devon Thomas, 26. Joseph, bowling good lines and lengths, was the pick of the Jaguars bowlers with a career-best figures of seven for 53 off 15.3 overs was the pick of the Jaguars bowlers, while there were two wickets for his new-ball partner, Romario Joseph. “I think they are in a good position but I don’t think they have gone anywhere to far as if you add two or three wickets to the total it’s a different look,” highlighted Walton. “It is therefore for us to come tomorrow and put the ball in the right areas and get a hold of the game.” SCOREBOARD SCORPIONS 1st Innings J Campbell c Johnson b Joseph 9 +C Walton c Johnson b Motie 101 J Blackwood c Permaul b Shepherd 29 A McCarthy c wkp Bramble b Joseph 19 B King c Shepherd b Joseph 30 D Thomas c wkp Bramble b Joseph 26 D Green c wkp Bramble b Shepherd 7 D Jacobs c Johnson b Joseph 15 *N Miller c Reifer b Joseph 5 J Taylor not out 1 M Mindley lbw b Joseph 0 Extras (lb5, w4, nb4) 13 TOTAL (all out, 70.3 overs) 255 Fall of wickets: 1-15, 2-75, 3-103, 4-181, 5-212, 6-222, 7-245, 8-254, 9-255, 10-255. Bowling: Joseph 15.3-1-53-7 (nb2), Shepherd 16-1-59-2 (w2, nb3), Permaul 13-2-39-0, Reifer 13-1-57-0 (w1), Motie 13-3-42-1. JAGUARS 1st Innings T Chanderpaul not out 14 S Hetmyer not out 51 Extras (b4) 4 TOTAL ((without loss, 17 overs) 69 To bat: *L Johnson, Vishaul Singh, R Reifer, S Chanderpaul, +A Bramble, R Shepherd, V Permaul, G Motie, K Joseph. Bowling: Taylor 3-0-11-0, Mindley 3-0-8-0, Campbell 3-0-21-0, Green 3-0-10-0, Miller 3-1-8-0, Jacobs 2-0-7-0. Revival In-form wicketkeeper-batsman Chadwick Walton continued his good batting exploits with a stroke-filled century on yesterday’s first day of the sixth round WICB Four-day Tournament clash between leaders Jamaica Scorpions and second-place Guyana Jaguars at Sabina Park. One of the outstanding performers for Jamaica during the just-concluded WICB Regional Super50 tournament,Walton compiled a topscore of 101 as Jamaica, asked to bat first, posted a competitive 255 in their first innings. Guyana, who are eyeing a third straight hold on the crown with five rounds of matches to go, then closed the day in a comfortable position at 69 without loss. Recent West Indies Under-19 World Cup winning captain, Shimron Hetmyer with a well-played 51, and Tagnarine Chanderpaul, 14, are the not out batsmen, who are set to resume today when play gets underway at 10am. “I am a bit disappointed for not going on and making a bigger century, but nevertheless I will take it,” said Walton, who was notching his second first-class ton. “I would rate it as one of my better first-class innings as it was a challenging wicket and one had to buckle down and concentrate as long as possible.” Walton, who scored a century in the semi-finals of the Super50, and followed up with another for the WICB President’s XI against touring England, was best supported by young batsman Brandon King, who scored 30. The pair also shared the highest partnership of the innings, 78 for the fourth wicket, before King was dismissed caught off the bowling of impressive fast bowler, Keon Joseph, with the score on 181.last_img read more

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Police release statement regarding Man City bus attack in Liverpool in April

first_img 4 Liverpool won the game itself 3-0 on the night, advancing on aggregate and making it all the way to the Final “Thankfully no-one on the bus, or any members of the public, were injured. Unfortunately, several of our officers sustained injuries when projectiles were thrown towards the bus. It is testament to them that they carried out their duty to ensure the match went ahead.“Following the incident detectives carried out an extensive investigation, which included viewing more than 130 hours of CCTV, body worn camera and phone footage and we worked with both football clubs, to obtain information and evidence, in order to identify those involved. 4 As well as that, several police officers were left injured as a result of the attack.The bus itself was so badly damaged, an alternative coach had to be provided to help the players get home and another route also had to be taken.After collecting footage from phones and CCTV cameras, the investigation has now been stopped, with no arrests made.In a statement released on Thursday, they announced that “Merseyside Police has concluded viewing CCTV footage of disorder at the Liverpool v Manchester City UEFA Champions League quarter final in April this year. 4 revealed Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos Merseyside Police try to protect the Manchester City team bus from various missiles predicted 4 Most read football stories latest Merseyside Police claim they have ‘exhausted it’s current lines of enquiry’ into the Manchester City team buss attack which took place in Liverpool in April.Ahead of the first leg of their UEFA Champions League quarter-final, the City team coach was pelted with various missiles, including bottles. Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City center_img scrap tense Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions gameday cracker silverware The bus was so badly damaged, an alternative one had to be brought to the stadium The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update BEST OF A bottle can be seen hurtling towards the coach back in April How Everton could look in January under Ancelotti with new signings “Unfortunately there was no further footage from those on the coach and the other footage viewed by detectives was either clouded by smoke from flares thrown during the disorder, or didn’t show the faces of those involved.“This was an act of serious disorder by people, who spoiled what should have been a celebratory event for genuine football goers. “We are disappointed at this time that no-one has been brought to justice and would re-appeal to anyone who was at the ground on 4 April, who witnessed this appalling behaviour, and has information which could help us identify those involved, to contact us.” “The force, working with both football clubs, has exhausted its current lines of inquiry after sifting through hours of CCTV and mobile phone footage provided by members of the public.”Assistant chief constable Ian Critchley, said: “There were a group of people intent on causing trouble and a number of items, including flares were thrown at the team coach. England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won last_img read more

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