Rutherford’s 93 sparks Guyana Under-19s to victory over TT

first_img… wins also for Barbados and WindwardsBy Brij ParasnathSHERFANE Rutherford registered a superb 93 to spark Guyana Under19s to a comfortable 52-run victory over Trinidad and Tobago in their fourth round 50-overs encounter at the Stubbs playing field in St Vincent yesterday.In the other matches, Barbados made light work of the Jamaicans at the Park Hill playing field while Windward Islands hammered ICC Americas by eight wickets at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex.Batting first, Guyana amassed 229 for 6 in their allotted 50 overs with Rutherford being the principal scorer with a match-winning 93 that was studded with four sixes and three fours off 140 balls.He shared a 38-run third-wicket stand with Bhaskar Yadram (17) and 124-run fifth-wicket partnership with Raymond Perez who made 55 that contained two sixes and three fours off 68 balls. Ronaldo Ali Mohammed was unbeaten on 22 (2x6s and 1×4 off 9 balls).Jarlanie Seales (9-0-37-2) and Jonathan Bootan (7-1-34-2) were the main wicket-takers for T&T.In reply, Trinidad and Tobago were bundled out for 177 in 44 overs. Joshua da Silva topscored with 73 while Seales contributed 41.Kheshram Seyhodan (10-0-32-3), Marlon Hubbard (9-0-33-3), Rutherford (6-1-26-1) and Keemo Paul (7-0-29-1) were Guyana’s wicket-takers.Jamaica were dismissed for 121 in 33.4 overs with Javelle Glenn and Michael Frew getting 26 each. Joshua Bishop was the chief destroyer and finished with excellent figures of 9.4-0-36-6.Shian Brathwaite was undefeated on 41 when Barbados romped to victory at 122 for 4 in 31.1 overs.Emmanuel Stewart and Alick Athanaze were unbeaten on 57 each when Windwards celebrated a comprehensive eight-wicket victory over ICC Americas who batted first and made only 165 for 5 in their 50 overs (Arslan Khan 86, Sagar Patel 23). Windwards scored 168 for 2 off 30.4 overs.last_img read more

Andrew Heaney to return to Angels rotation on Sunday

first_imgAusmus said Upton will need a rehab assignment. The initial timetable for Upton had him returning sometime in June.ALSOThe Angels optioned Taylor Cole a day after he threw 38 pitches on Thursday. They recalled Jaime Barría. They made the move to get a fresh bullpen arm. Ausmus said there are no plans at the moment for Barría to start. …Luis Garcia said he felt fine a day after striking out the side in his rehab outing at Class-A Inland Empire. The Angels did not activate Garcia, but normally a reliever wouldn’t be activated until he had at least one day off before being added.UP  NEXTAngels (LHP Tyler Skaggs, 4-4, 5.01) vs. Rangers (LHP Mike Minor, 5-3, 2.64), Saturday, 7 p.m., Fox Sports West, 830 AM With Heaney returning, the Angels will have some decisions to make with a rotation that has struggled.Griffin Canning was scheduled to start on Friday, and Tyler Skaggs is scheduled for Saturday, but the Angels have not announced who will start in Oakland following Heaney’s outing. They also have Trevor Cahill, Felix Peña and Matt Harvey, who got rocked for eight runs on Thursday.Manager Brad Ausmus said there is a “possibility” the Angels will go with six starters, at least one time through the rotation, thus delaying a decision.UPTON UPDATEJustin Upton, who has been out with a sprained toe, has been cleared to take batting practice on the field, do some outfield drills and run on his full body weight.“He’s been coming along actually very well,” Ausmus said. Related Articles ANAHEIM — Andrew Heaney, the Angels’ most consistent starter a season ago, is finally going to make his 2019 debut on Sunday.After missing nearly two months because of elbow inflammation, Heaney was cleared on Friday, a day after throwing a bullpen session and four days after striking out 10 in 4-1/3 scoreless innings at Triple-A.Last year Heaney led the team with 180 innings. He made 30 starts and posted a 4.15 ERA, despite missing the first two weeks of the season with a similar elbow problem.This year, Heaney said he allowed the issue to get too far along before the team shut him down, so that caused the rehab to take longer. Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros center_img Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more