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Date Published: 2012-02-11 

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Jamaica 78-4 in 2nd innings, lead Barbados by 208, WICB Ist-class, Round 2, Day 2, Update 11, Close

Kingston, Jamaica February 11 – (www.bcacricket.org) – Jamaica, with a first innings lead of 130, were 78 for four off 34 overs in their second innings – an overall lead of 208 against Barbados - at the close of play on the second day of the second round 2012 West Indies first-class match at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were nightwatchman Andrew Richardson on eight and skipper Tamar Lambert, nought.

Left-hander Simon Jackson was caught by wicket-keeper Shane Dowrich off fast bowler Kemar Roach for 22 (57-1; 19.4 overs); his opening partner Danza Hyatt was also caught by Dowrich off Roach for 28 (58-2; 23.3 overs); Brendan Nash was caught at leg slip by Ryan Hinds off left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for seven (71-3; 31.2 overs) and Donovan Pagon was leg before wicket by left-arm spinner Hinds for five (78-4; 34.4 overs).

Roach has two for nine off nine overs including five maidens.

Barbados, starting the day on five without loss, were bowled out for 157 off 57.3 overs in reply to Jamaica’s first innings total of 287 all out – 23 minutes before the scheduled tea interval. Tea was then taken.

Left-hander Omar Phillips, by nature an opener but who went to the crease at No.3 because of an injury to the hand sustained while fielding, topscored with 67 before he was last out, caught by Nikita Miller off fast bowler Andrew Richardson.

Phillips batted for 207 minutes, faced 150 balls and struck seven fours.

Left-arm spinner Miller was the main destroyer with five for 25 off 22 overs including eight maidens.

Kraigg Brathwaite was leg before wicket by left-arm pacer Simon Cotterell for four (16-1; 5 overs); his opening partner, skipper Kirk Edwards, was given out caught down the legside by wicket-keeper Carlton Baugh off Cotterell for three (23-2; 6.3 overs); left-hander Hinds was caught at second slip by Jackson off fast bowler Richardson for nought (30-3; 9.4 overs); another left-hander Jonathan Carter was caught by Richardson from a slog sweep off Miller for 26 (81-4; 26.5 overs); Kenroy Williams was caught at midwicket by Nash off a long-hop from leg-spinner Odean Brown, for 11 (106-5; 37.1 overs); Dowrich was leg before wicket by Miller for four (121-6; 44.4 overs); Benn was bowled by Miller for nought (123-7; 46.2 overs); Roach was bowled by Miller for nought (123-8; 46.3 overs) and Tino Best was stumped by Baugh off Miller for nought (123-9; 46.5 overs).

Fidel Edwards was unbeaten on ten.

Apart from Miller, Cotterell took two for seven and Richardson, two for 30.

SCORECARD

JAMAICA 1st innings        

S Jackson lbw b Best                                0    

DP Hyatt c Hinds b Best                          14    

DJ Pagon c Brathwaite b Hinds                 55    

BP Nash c Hinds b F Edwards                   25    

*TL Lambert c Hinds b Benn                    51    

DE Bernard c sub (Jordan) b Roach          27    

+CS Baugh lbw b Benn                            0    

NO Miller c Williams b Hinds                   28    

AP Richardson b Best                             28    

OV Brown not out                                 20    

SS Cotterrell b F Edwards                       0    

Extras (b 14, lb 4, w 1, nb 15, pen 5)     39    

TOTAL (all out; 84.4 overs)                  287    

Fall of wickets 1-7 (Jackson, 1.3 overs), 2-16 (Hyatt, 5.4), 3-70 (Nash, 26.3), 4-149 (Pagon, 44), 5-180 (Lambert, 58.1) 6-180 (Baugh, 58.2), 7-228 (Bernard, 68.2), 8-233 (Miller, 71.2), 9-285 (Richardson. 83.3), 10-287 (Cotterell, 84.4).

Bowling: F Edwards 13.4-5-37-2, Best 12-4-24-3, Roach 11-1-37-1, Benn 18-2-68-2, Williams 11-2-49-0, Hinds 19-4-49-2.

BARBADOS Ist innings (overnight 5-0)

KC Brathwaite lbw b Cotterrell                  4                    

*KA Edwards c wk Baugh b Cotterrell        3                    

OJ Phillips c Pagon b Richardson             67    

RO Hinds c Jackson b Richardson             0                    

JL Carter c Richardson b Miller               26                    

KD Williams c Nash b Brown                  11                    

+SO Dowrich lbw b Miller                        4                    

SJ Benn b Miller                                     0                    

KAJ Roach b Miller                                  0        

TL Best st Baugh b Miller                        0                    

FH Edwards not out                              10                    

Extras (b 13, lb 11, w 5, nb 3)              32                    

TOTAL (all out; 57.3 overs)                  157    

Fall of wickets: 1-16 (Brathwaite, 5 overs), 2-23 (K Edwards, 6.3), 3-30 (Hinds, 9.4), 4-81 (Carter, 26.5), 5-106 (Williams, 37.1), 6-121 (Dowrich, 44.4), 7-123 (Benn, 46.2), 8-123 (Roach, 46.3), 9-123 (Best, 46.5), 10-157 (Phillips, 57.3).

Bowling: Richardson 8.3-2-30-2, Cotterrell 7-3-7-2, Miller 22-8-25-5, Bernard 4-0-15-0, Brown 16-3-56-1.   

JAMAICA 2nd innings   

S Jackson c wk Dowrich b Roach             22    

DP Hyatt c wk Dowrich b Roach               28    

DJ Pagon lbw b Hinds                               5    

BP Nash c Hinds b Benn                           7    

*TL Lambert not out                                0    

AP Richardson not out                             8    

Extras (b 1, lb 3, w 1, nb 3)                     8    

TOTAL (4 wks; 34 overs)                       78    

Fall of wickets: 1-57 (Jackson, 19.4 overs) 2-58 (Hyatt, 23.3), 3-70 (Nash, 31.2), 4-78 (Pagon, 34.4)

Bowling: F Edwards 5-1-15-0, Best 5-0-22-0, Roach 9-5-9-2, Benn 11-3-20-1, Hinds 4-1-8-1.

Toss: Jamaica.

Umpires: Nigel Duguid (Guyana), Vivian Johnson (Jamaica)

Match referee: Michael Hylton

Reserve umpire: V Smith

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Jamaica 58-2 in 2nd innings, lead Barbados by 188, WICB Ist-class, Round 2, Day 2, Update 10




Kingston, Jamaica February 11 – (www.bcacricket.org) – Jamaica, with a first innings lead of 130, were 58 for two in their second innings – an overall lead of 188 against Barbados – with 11 overs remaining before the scheduled close of play on the second day of the second round 2012 West Indies first-class match at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were Donovan Pagon and Brendan Nash.

Roach had two for eight.

Both wickets were taken by fast bowler Kemar Roach. Left-hander Simon Jackson was caught by wicket-keeper Shane Dowrich for 22 (57-1; 19.4 overs) and his opening partner Danza Hyatt was also caught by Dowrich for 28 (58-2; 23.3 overs).

Barbados, starting the day on five without loss, were bowled out for 157 off 57.3 overs in reply to Jamaica’s first innings total of 287 all out – 23 minutes before the scheduled tea interval. Tea was then taken.

Left-hander Omar Phillips, who went to the crease at No.3, topscored with 67 before he was last out, caught by Nikita Miller off fast bowler Andrew Richardson.

Phillips batted for 207 minutes, faced 150 balls and struck seven fours.

Left-arm spinner Miller was the main destroyer with five for 25 off 22 overs including eight maidens.

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Jamaica 58-2 in 2nd innings, lead Barbados by 175, WICB Is-class, Round 2, Day 2, Update 9




Kingston, Jamaica February 11 – (www.bcacricket.org) – Jamaica, with a first innings lead of 130, were 58 for two in their second innings – an overall lead of 188 against Barbados – with 11 overs remaining before the scheduled close of play on the second day of the second round 2012 West Indies first-class match at Sabina Park here today.

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Jamaica 45-0 in 2nd innings, lead Barbados by 175, WICB Ist-class, Round 2, Day 2, Update 8




Kingston, Jamaica February 11 – (www.bcacricket.org) – Jamaica, with a first innings lead of 130, were 45 without loss in their second innings – an overall lead of 175 over Barbados – one hour before the scheduled close of play on the second day of the second round 2012 West Indies first-class match at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were Simon Jackson and Danza Hyatt, both on 19.

Barbados, starting the day on five without loss, were bowled out for 157 off 57.3 overs in reply to Jamaica’s first innings total of 287 all out – 23 minutes before the scheduled tea interval. Tea was then taken.

Left-hander Omar Phillips, who went to the crease at No.3, topscored with 67 before he was last out, caught by Nikita Miller off fast bowler Andrew Richardson.

Phillips batted for 207 minutes, faced 150 balls and struck seven fours.

Left-arm spinner Miller was the main destroyer with five for 25 off 22 overs including eight maidens.

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Barbados fall

for 157 in reply to Jamaica’s Ist innings 287, WICB Ist-class, Round 2, Day 2, Update 7


Tea

Kingston, Jamaica February 11 – (www.bcacricket.org) – Barbados, starting the day on five without loss, were bowled out for 157 off 57.3 overs in reply to Jamaica’s first innings total of 287 all out – 23 minutes before the scheduled tea interval on the second day of the second round 2012 West Indies first-class match at Sabina Park here today.

Tea was then taken.

Left-hander Omar Phillips, who went to the crease at No.3, topscored with 67 before he was last out, caught by Nikita Miller off fast bowler Andrew Richardson.

Phillips batted for 207 minutes, faced 150 balls and struck seven fours.

Left-arm spinner Miller was the main destroyer with five for 25 off 22 overs including eight maidens.

(more to follow)

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Barbado

s 129-9 in reply to Jamaica’s Ist innings 287, WICB Ist-class, Round 2, Day 2, Update 6




Kingston, Jamaica February 11 – (www.bcacricket.org) – Barbados, starting the day on five without loss, were 129 for nine off 49 overs in reply to Jamaica’s first innings total of 287 all out – one hour after lunch on the second day of the second round 2012 West Indies first-class match at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were Omar Phillips on 55 and Fidel Edwards, one.

Kraigg Brathwaite was leg before wicket by left-arm pacer Simon Cotterell for four (16-1; 5 overs); his opening partner, skipper Kirk Edwards, was given out caught down the legside by wicket-keeper Carlton Baugh off Cotterell for three (23-2; 6.3 overs); left-hander Ryan Hinds was caught at second slip by Simon Jackson off fast bowler Andrew Richardson for nought (30-3; 9.4 overs); another left-hander Jonathan Carter was caught by Richardson from a slog sweep off left-arm spinner Nikita Miller for 26 (81-4; 26.5 overs); Kenroy Williams was caught at midwicket by Brendan Nash off a long-hop from leg-spinner Odean Brown, for 11 (106-5; 37.1 overs); Shane Dowrich was leg before wicket by Miller for four (121-6; 44.4 overs); Sulieman Benn was bowled by Miller for nought (123-7; 4.,2); Kemar Roach was bowled by Miller for nought (123-8; 46.3) and Tino Best was stumped by Baugh off Miller for nought (123-9; 46.5 overs)

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Barbado

s 120-5 in reply to Jamaica’s Ist innings 287, WICB Ist-class, Round 2, Day 2, Update 5




Kingston, Jamaica February 11 – (www.bcacricket.org) – Barbados, starting the day on five without loss, were 120 for five in reply to Jamaica’s first innings total of 287 all out – 35 minutes after lunch on the second day of the second round 2012 West Indies first-class match at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were Omar Phillips on 41 and Shane Dowrich, two.

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Barbad

os 85-4 in reply to Jamaica’s Ist innings 287, WICB Ist-class, Round 2, Day 2, Update 4


Lunch

Kingston, Jamaica February 11 – (www.bcacricket.org) – Barbados, starting the day on five without loss, were 85 for four in reply to Jamaica’s first innings total of 287 all out at lunch on the second day of the second round 2012 West Indies first-class match at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were Omar Phillips on 27 and Kenroy Williams, one.

Kraigg Brathwaite was leg before wicket by left-arm pacer Simon Cotterell for four (16-1; 5 overs); his opening partner, skipper Kirk Edwards, was given out caught down the legside by wicket-keeper Carlton Baugh off Cotterell for three (23-2; 6.3 overs); Ryan Hinds was caught at second slip by Simon Jackson off fast bowler Andrew Richardson for nought (30-3; 9.4 overs) and left-hander Jonathan Carter was caught by Richardson from a slog sweep off left-arm spinner Nikita Miller for 26 (81-4; 26.5 overs).

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Barbad

os 75-3 in reply to Jamaica’s Ist innings 287, WICB Ist-class, Round 2, Day 2, Update 3




Kingston, Jamaica February 11 – (www.bcacricket.org) – Barbados, starting the day on five without loss, were 75 for three in reply to Jamaica’s first innings total of 287 – 25 minutes before lunch on the second day of the second round 2012 West Indies first-class match at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were Omar Phillips on 20 and Jonathan Carter, 24.

Kraigg Brathwaite was leg before wicket by left-arm pacer Simon Cotterell for four (16-1; 5 overs); his opening partner, skipper Kirk Edwards, was given out caught down the legside by wicket-keeper Carlton Baugh off Cotterell for three (23-2; 6.3 overs) and Ryan Hinds was caught at second slip by Simon Jackson off fast bowler Andrew Richardson for nought (30-3; 9.4 overs).

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Barbad

os 49-3 in reply to Jamaica’s Ist innings 287, WICB Ist-class, Round 2, Day 2, Update 2




Kingston, Jamaica February 11 – (www.bcacricket.org) – Barbados, starting the day on five without loss, were 49 for three off 15 overs in reply to Jamaica’s first innings total of 287 after the first hour’s play on the second day of the second round 2012 West Indies first-class match at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were Omar Phillips on ten and Jonathan carter, nine.

Kraigg Brathwaite was leg before wicket by left-arm pacer Simon Cotterell for four (16-1; 5 overs); his opening partner, skipper Kirk Edwards, was given out caught down the legside by wicket-keeper Carlton Baugh off Cotterell for three (23-2; 6.3 overs) and Ryan Hinds was caught at second slip by Simon Jackson off fast bowler Andrew Richardson for nought (30-3; 9.4 overs).

Cotterell had two for seven off seven overs.

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Barbad

os 29-2 in reply to Jamaica’s Ist innings 287, WICB Ist-class, Round 2, Day 2, Update 1




Kingston, Jamaica February 11 – (www.bcacricket.org) – Barbados, starting the day on five without loss, were 29 for two in reply to Jamaica’s first innings total of 287 after the first half-an-hour’s play on the second day of the second round 2012 West Indies first-class match at Sabina Park here today.

The not out batsmen were Omar Phillips on one and Ryan Hinds, nought.

Kraigg Brathwaite was leg before wicket by left-arm pacer Simon Cotterell for four (16-1) and his opening partner, skipper Kirk Edwards, was given out caught down the legside by wicket-keeper Carlton Baugh off Cotterell for three (23-2).

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Date Published 2012-02-11
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Historical Batting Stats
Pos. Name (Club) MT I NO R HS AVE 100 50 Division
1. Omar Phillips (UWI) 7 11 0 323 98 29.36 0 2 2012 Elite Division
2. Omar Phillips (UWI) 3 3 0 196 123 65.33 1 1 2011 Sagicor Cup
3. Omar Phillips (UWI) 9 14 1 467 158 35.92 2 0 2011 First Division
4. Omar Phillips (UWI) 3 3 2 128 80* 128.00 0 1 2011 Sagicor Twenty20
5. Omar Phillips (UWI) 1 1 0 28 28 28.00 0 0 2010 Sagicor Twenty20
6. Omar Phillips (UWI) 8 14 1 761 144 58.54 2 5 2010 First Division
7. Omar Phillips (UWI) 7 11 0 499 156 45.36 1 3 2009 First Division
8. Omar Phillips (UWI) 5 9 2 254 54 36.29 0 1 2008 First Division
9. Omar Phillips (UWI) 6 6 0 114 46 19.00 0 0 2008 Sagicor Cup
10. Omar Phillips (UWI) 8 13 2 565 154* 51.36 2 1 2007 Banks First Division
11. Omar Phillips (UWI) 9 9 0 164 49 18.22 0 0 2007 Sagicor Cup
12. Omar Phillips (UWI) 3 5 0 111 96 22.00 0 1 2006 First Division
13. Omar Phillips (Bdos Youth) 9 14 4 352 54* 35.20 0 2 2005 First Division
14. Omar Phillips (Combined Schools) 8 12 2 188 55* 18.80 0 1 2004 First Division
15. Omar Phillips (Combined Schools) 10 16 3 245 45* 18.85 0 0 2003 First Division
Historical Bowling Stats
Pos. Name (Club) MT O M R W AVE BB 5W 10W ER Tournament
1. Omar Phillips (Combined Schools) 10 39.2 7 161 10 16.10 5-39 1 0 4.09 2003 First Division
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