The Guyana Under-17 team rebounded with a win over Jamaica on Sunday after a humiliating loss to reigning champions and hosts Trinidad and Tobago on Saturday, in the latest action of the Regional Under-17 Tournament.
Batting first, Guyana posted 182-4 from 50 overs, before returning to dismiss Jamaica for 101, to complete victory by a comfortable margin of 81 runs.
Sachin Singh and Kevlon Anderson scored 52 apiece, while Alex Algoo contributed 42 to help the team to a respectable total. Subsequently, skipper Ashmead Nedd bowled 10 economical and effective overs to restrict the Jamaicans.
However, it was Anderson with three wickets that spearheaded the bowling for Guyana, while Kevin Umrao and Pradesh Balkishun picked up two wickets apiece.
In the other matches, Trinidad and Tobago suffered their first loss at the hands of Windward Islands — by two wickets on the Duckworth Lewis method; while Barbados defeated Leeward Islands by 19 runs.