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Spin trio Jovan Ali, Kavesh Kantasingh
and Ancil Bhaggan worked beautifully in
tandem yesterday to bowl out Queen's Park
for just 126 in their first innings against
PowerGen on the opening day of their round
three TTCB Premiership clash at Syne Vil-
lage in Penal.
Ali grabbed 4/24, Bhaggan 3/38 and Kantas-
ingh who opened the bowling 3/50 to hustle out
the Oval men.
The three enjoyed the track produced by former
national youth player Krishendath Persad who
is the head groundsman at PowerGen.
Queen's Park opener Justin Guillen scored 28 at
the top of the order, while West Indies under-19
player Kirstan Kallicharan made 44 and West
Indies star bat Darren Bravo 36.
At the close, Queen's Park had struck back to
reduce PowerGen to 132 for six but did not do
enough to defend their small total.
The man holding PowerGen together is Ewart
Nicholson who is unbeaten on 60 of 75 balls with
five fours and two sixes. Queen's Park opened
their bowling with mystery bowler Sunil Nar-
ine and he finished with 3/62 of 19 overs, while
Darren Deonarine took 2/33.
Across at Barrackpore, Merryboys batted out
the day to finish on 293 for eight of 90 overs
against Victoria. The man starring for Merry-
boys was Guyanese Jeetendra Sookdeo who made
129 not out.
He faced 251 balls and struck 10 fours and two
sixes. He was well supported by another Guya-
nese in Ranga Latchana who made 69 of 121 balls
with seven fours and three sixes.
The pick of the Victoria bowlers was St Lucian
Garey Mathurin who claimed 6/101.
In Felicity, wickets tumbled as Central Sports
took the upper hand against Alescon Comets.
Dave Samooj had the remarkable figures of six
wickets for nine runs to bowl out Comets for 79.
Central Sports then replied with 146 all out for
a lead of 67 runs.
Kamil Pooran at the top of the order made 52
of 50 balls with eight hits to the fence. Skipper
Shazan Babwah made 25 with three sixes. K Singh
was the chief destroyer for Comets with 6/48.
Batting a second time, Comets closed on 98
for three with former West Indies batsman Kirk
Edwards getting 36.
TTCB PREMIERSHIP SCORES
At Syne Village: QPCC 126 all out (Justin Guillen
28, Kirstan Kallicharan 44, Darren Bravo 36, Kavesh
Kantasingh 3/50, Jovan Ali 4/24, Ancil Bhaggan
3/38) vs PowerGen 132/6 (Ewart Nicholson 60no,
Nicholas Sookdeosingh 21, Sunil Narine 3/62, Darren
At Barrackpore: Merryboys 293/8 (Jeetendra Sook-
deo 129no, Ranga Latchana 69, Lincoln Roberts 28,
Garey Mathurin 6/101) vs Victoria.
At Felicity: Alescon Comets 79 all out (Dave Sa-
mooj 6/9) & 98/3 (Kirk Edwards 36) vs Central
Sports 146 all out (Kamil Pooran 52, Shazan Ba-
bwah 25, K Singh 6/48).
At Wilson Road: Clarke Road 154 all out (Kerry
Holness 32, Gregory Mahabir 31, Jyd Goolie 31,
Adrian Ali 26, Tariq Abdul 6/31, Daniel Pagus 3/40)
vs Tableland Utd 66/3 (Ainsley Sutherland 25no,
Anderson Phillip 2/24).
Nathan takes 8-50
as India collapses again
Nathan Lyon put in the best
ever performance by a visit-
ing bowler to India as Australia
gained early control of the sec-
ond Test yesterday.
Lyon ended the first day with
8-50 off 22.2 overs with Australia
dismissing India for 189 despite
Lokesh Rahul scoring his third
Australia, which won the first
test by 333 runs, finished on 40-0
in 16 overs after India chose to bat.
David Warner is 23 not out and
Matt Renshaw is undefeated on 15.
The tourists trail India by 149
with all its first-innings wickets
Lyon took the last five wickets ---
including Rahul for 90 --- as India
went from 174-5 to 189 all out in
Abhinav Mukund (0) opened
the innings with Rahul in place of
injured Murali Vijay, who was ruled
out of the match with an injured
Mukund and Rahul became In-
dia's eighth opening pair in 15 tests
since the tour of West Indies in July
2016.Mukund, who had last played
test cricket in 2011, didn't last long
as he was trapped lbw by Mitchell
Starc (1-39) in the third over.
Cheteshwar Pujara was dis-
missed for 17 at the stroke of lunch
on Saturday as India reached 72-2.
Pujara was caught at short leg off
Lyon minutes before the break after
the duo put on 61 runs for the sec-
ond wicket. Their 50 partnership
came off 126 balls.
In the second session, India lost
Kohli(12) quickly as he was trapped
lbw by Lyon in the 34th over. The
batsman shouldered arms as he
didn't account for turn, and the
ball straightened enough to trap
Ajinkya Rahane (17) then put on
30 runs with Rahul, and took India
past 100 in the 30th over. The pitch
started taking considerable turn
and both batsmen were finding it
difficult in the middle.
Rahul survived when he was
dropped in the 44th over at leg
slip off Lyon. But Lyon had Ra-
hane stumped in the 48th over. The
batsman jumped out of his crease,
missed the line of delivery and
failed to make it back in time even
as keeper Mathew Wade slipped.
Karun Nair (26) then added 38
runs with Rahul and pushed India
past the 150 mark.
India reached 168-5 at tea as
Lyon bowled an unchanged 16-
over spell and took 3-40. The hosts
then lasted less than 13 overs into
the evening session.
India made two changes for this
test. Mukund came in as opener to
replace Murali Vijay, who injured
his shoulder in the first test .
India also dropped Jayant Yadav
for extra batsman Nair, who scored
an unbeaten triple century in his
previous test last December.
Australia retained an unchanged
line-up from the first Test.
Australia's captain Steven Smith, left, celebrates with teammates the dismissal of India's Ajinkya
Rahane during the first day of their second test cricket match in Bangalore, India, yesterday. AP PHOTO
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