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ST JOHN'S---Reigning champions
Barbados will launch the defence of
their title against Windward Islands,
when the Regional Under-17 Cham-
pionship bowls off next Tuesday in
Last year when Barbados topped the
tables to capture the third edition of
the tournament also played in Tobago,
their only loss came to the Windwards,
and they will be wary of their opponents
when the contest bowls off at Canaan.
They will follow up with a second
round clash against Leeward Islands at
the same venue on Wednesday before
squaring off with Guyana at Shaw Park
in Tobago, starting two days later.
Barbados and hosts T&T do battle
in the fourth round starting on July 12
and the defending champs will close
out their campaign two days later
In other first round fixtures, Leeward
Islands face T&T at Louis D or while
Guyana and Jamaica clash at Shaw
The Regional U-17 Championship is
staged by the West Indies Cricket Board
and features 50-overs per side match-
B'dos open title
Brandon Maharaj and Jyd Goolie
both showed form with the bat to lead
the national Under-19 cricket team to
an 83-run win over their U-17 coun-
terparts, as both teams continued to
prepare for the West Indies Cricket
Board (WICB) Regional tournaments.
Maharaj and Goolie scored 85 and
79 respectively as the U-19s got to
244/5 off 38 overs when rain ended the
innings. Jordan Warner (25) and Dejourn
Charles (20) also contributed to the
total, while Quammie Mohammed
(2/29) and Michael Dindial (2/26) both
grabbed two wickets for the national
In reply, the U-17s got to 161/5 in 38
overs as captain Kirstan Kallicharan top
scored with an unbeaten 59 and Adrian
Paharry pitched in with 29.
Spin bowler Bryan Boodram was the
best bowler snatching 2/18, while Akil
Seetal (1/34) and Clevon Kalawan (1/20)
grabbed one wicket apiece.
The U-17 team is preparing for the
WICB regional U-17 tournament which
bowls off in Tobago on Tuesday.
The U-19 squad will compete at the
WICB Regional U-19 tournament in
Jamaica from July 20 - August 3. Both
tournaments will be played in a 50-
U-19s defeat U-17s in
T&T practice match
PARIS---Reigning women s 200
metres World champion, Jamaican
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, said yes-
terday she would not defend her
title at the World Championships
in Beijing next month.
Speaking to media here ahead of
today s Areva Diamond League
meet here, the 28-year-old con-
firmed she would not participate
in the half lap in an attempt to focus
on the 100 metres.
"No, for sure, only the 100m,"
Fraser-Pryce said, in response to a
question about competing in the
double in Beijing.
"It was a decision that was taken
by my coach from last year that
we ll opt to do just the 100m this
year and just focus on getting back
to where I used to be in 2008."
She added: "He believed I strayed
a bit from the 100m in terms of
my explosive starts. So we ve been
going back to the 100m, bearing in
mind that next year is the Olympic
Fraser-Pryce is one of the most
successful sprinters of the contem-
porary era. She won gold in the
100m at the London 2012 Olympics
and grabbed silver in the 200m,
before sweeping both sprints at the
Moscow World Championship the
She will have fond memories of
Beijing, having won Olympic gold
there in 2008.
Despite the decision to overlook
the 200m for this year s World
Championships, Fraser-Pryce said
she would be eyeing the double at
the Rio Olympics next year.
"The 200m was good, it defi-
nitely helped me to run the 100m
a little bit better and a little bit
stronger," she explained.
"Going back to just the 100m
for this year, I m looking forward
to it, as opposed to next year when
I will definitely be doubling." (CMC)
No double for Fraser-Pryce in Beijing
a CPL charity
Warner Park, St
XI to an 11-run
win over the Viv
DWIGHT YORKE SCORES...WICKETS
Leeward Islands vs T&T at Louis D'Or
Windward Islands vs Barbados at
Guyana vs Jamaica at Shaw Park
Barbados vs Leeward Islands at
T&T vs Jamaica at Shaw Park
Guyana vs Windward Islands at Louis
ROUND 3 -- July 10
Jamaica vs Leeward Isls at Louis D'Or
Barbados vs Guyana at Shaw Park
Windward Islands vs T&T at Canaan
ROUND 4 -- July 12
Guyana vs Leeward Islands at
Jamaica vs Windward Islands at
T&T vs Barbados at Louis D'Or
ROUND 5 -- July 14
Windward Islands vs Leeward Islands
T&T vs Guyana at Mount Pleasant
Barbados vs Jamaica at Shaw Park
At National Cricket Centre:
T&T Under-19 244/5 (38 overs)
(Brandon Maharaj 85, Jyd Goolie 79, Jordan Warner 25, Dejourn
Charles 20, Quammie Mohammed 2/29, Michael Dindial 2/26)
vs T&T Under-17 161/5 (38 overs)
(Kirstan Kallicharan 59 not out, Adrian Paharry 29, Bryan Boodram
2/18, Akil Seetal 1/34, Clevon Kalawan 1/20)
T&T U-19 won by 83 runs.
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