Chanderpaul (140*), Motie (110) put Harpy Eagles in commanding position
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… Barbados Pride 48-2 in response to Eagles’ 490-7

CONTRASTING centuries from Tagenarine Chanderpaul and Gudakesh Motie have given Guyana Harpy Eagles the upper hand after day two of their Regional Four-Day match against Barbados Pride at the Queen’s Park Oval, Trinidad and Tobago.

At stumps, Pride are 48-2, still trailing by 442 after Eagles piled on 490-7 declared, led by the two centurions.

Shayne Moseley (17*) and Shai Hope yet to score will be the men to resume battle today as Veerasammy Permaul (1-2) and Keemo Paul (1-18) dismissed Kraigg Brathwaite (17) and Shamarh Brooks (2) before close of play.

Chanderpaul, who started the day on 64 went unto make his third first-class century -140 (14×4) from 434 balls – and found a solid partner in Gudakesh Motie who scored his maiden century.

Motie made 110 from just 118 balls and hammered 12 fours and four maximums as the former West Indies Under-19 teammates added 143 for the seventh wicket.


Chanderpaul and Anthony Bramble, who retired hurt on 38, had extended their partnership to 53 on a day where the Barbadian bowlers chased a lot of leather.

Debutant pacer Akeem Jordan was the most successful with 3-108 from 30 overs while Raymon Reifer had 2-37 from 15 overs and Keon Harding 1-104 from 24 overs.

Test spinner Jomel Warrican went wicket-less in his 28.4 overs which leaked 81 runs.

In the other matches:
At Diego Martin: Leeward Hurricanes 357 (Kieran Powell 139, Amir Jangoo 58, Jeremiah Louis 42; Jayden Seales 5-49) & 23-0 (Powell 13*) v Trinidad and Tobago Red Force 140 (Joshua DaSilva 65, Bryan Charles 25; Colin Archibald 4-27, Louis 4-32)

At Tarouba: Windward Volcanoes 137 (Keron Cottoy 50, Kavem Hodge 23; Marquino Mindley 5-20, Nicholson Gordon 4-43) & 101-3 (Devon Smith 34, Hodge 30*; Derval Green 2-35) v Jamaica Scorpions 346 (Brandon King 119, Jamie Merchant 58, John Campbell 48; Preston McSween 4-96, Josh Thomas 3-56).

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