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Inside the Sagicor Shield

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Date Published: 2014-01-26 

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Sagicor Shield

Knight stars with bat and ball as Psychiatric stun Dover in Sagicor Shield semi-final, Update 16

Bridgetown, Barbados, January 26 -  (www.bcacricket.org) -  Kareem "King Cobra" Knight produced a magnificent all-round performance to pilot Psychiatric Hospital to a memorable two-wicket win over Old Brigand Dover in the second semi-final of the 2013-14 BCA Sagicor General Shield 40-over-a-side championship at Friendship today.

Following a wonderful display of leg-spin bowling which earned him figures of six for 24 off his allotted eight overs on the trot from the southern end, the 24-year-old Knight, who bats left-handed, struck a timely, unbeaten 46 off 33 balls including five fours and one six as Psychiatric, chasing 156 to win, triumphed with four overs to spare.

Knight was the undisputed Sagicor General Insurance Player-of-the-match.

Psychiatric will clash with Barbados Fire Service in the final at Kensington Oval next Sunday, February 2.

Knight, a former Ellerslie Secondary and Isolation Cavaliers player, who hails from Bissex Housing Area in the rustic parish of St. Joseph, joined veteran Gregory Gaskin with Psychiatric in dire straits on 71 for seven in the 24th over after the major problems had been caused by Vibert Greene and Malcolm Powlett.

Urged on by the vociferous Psychiatric scorer Edward "Frog" Williams, Gaskin and Knight featured in an eighth-wicket partnership of 66 in 10.1 overs to take the initiative away from the ageing Dover side. The pair not only hit boundaries with fine strokes but also pressured the fielders with excellent running between the wicket.

Gaskin, a former Maple Division 1 player in the 1990s, made 40 off 62 balls including four boundaries before he was leg before wicket by fast bowler Kemar Harte as he played around a ball, which kept a bit low in the 34th over.

Eighteen runs were needed off the last six overs and after five came from the 35th over, Knight and David Leacock, who started  uncertainly, duly took 16 off the next over from Harte with Leacock contributing ten in an unbeaten 13 including the winning stroke - a whip off the pads through square-leg.

Powlett, trundling off-cutters, took three for 36 off eight overs, while skipper Greene, the former Barbados and West Indies 'B' team medium-pace all-rounder picked up two off 22 off seven overs and Harte, two for 46 off eight overs.  

Dover were bowled out for 155 off 35.4 overs after they were sent in.

Greene topscored with 59 at No. 4 before he was last out, brilliantly caught one-handed by a leaping Jamar Willoughby on the forward-square boundary off off-spinner Reco Headley.

Greene faced 76 balls and struck six fours and three sixes.

Apart from Knight, who  operated from the southern end, medium-pacer Akeem Caddle took two for 28 off eight overs.

In the Psychiatric innings, captain Roger Burrowes was caught at the wicket by Akheel Crookendale off Greene for 12 (22-1; 5.4 overs); Willoughby was also caught by Crookendale, standing up, off Greene for nought 25-2 (7.3 overs); left-hander Selvin Greenidge was leg before wicket on the back foot by leg-spinner Litchfield Kirton for ten (37-3; 10.4 overs); Reco Headley, sweeping, was leg before wicket by Powlett for nine (39-4; 12 overs); Caddle, pushing forward, was bowled by Powlett for nought (40-5; 13.4 overs); Dwayne Wilson was caught at cover-point by Greene off Powlett for three (50-6; 17.1 overs); Alfred Alleyne, swinging across a slower ball from Harte for six (71-7; 23.4 overs) and Gaskin fell with the score (137-8; 33.5 overs).

In the Dover innings, Harte was stumped by Gaskin off Caddle for nine (27-1; 3.4 overs); Shamar Taylor was brilliantly stumped down the leg-side by Gaskin, again off Caddle for 28 (58-2; 11.3 overs); Wilbur Bruce, driving, was bowled off the inside edge by Knight for 21 (86-3; 21 overs); Crookendale was stumped by Gaskin off Knight for one (91-4; 23 overs); Peter Clarke, cutting, was caught on the second attempt by Gaskin off Knight for four (95-5; 24.3 overs); Stephen Blackett (four)  pulled a short ball from Knight straight into the hands of deep square-leg in Anthony Massiah (110-6; 28.2 overs); Powlett, pulling, was bowled off the inside by Knight for nought (110-7; 28.3 overs); Kirton, pulling, was leg before wicket by Knight for one (114-8; 30.2 overs); Shawn Smith, swinging, was bowled off the edge by off-spinner Willoughby for seven (146-9; 34.1 overs) before the dismissal of Greene.

Kareem Taitt was not out on nought.

Rain stopped play at 12.59 p.m. with the score 110 for seven off 28.3 overs. There was a resumption at 1.12 p.m.

SCORECARD

DOVER

K. Harte st Gaskin b Caddle              9   (10 balls, 2x4)

S. Taylor st Gaskin b Caddle            28   (35 balls, 2x4, 1x6)

W. Bruce b Knight                           21   (51 balls, 2x4)

*V. Greene c Willoughby b Headley  59   (76 balls, 6x4, 2x6)

+A. Crookendale st Gaskin b Knight   1   (4 balls)

P. Clarke c wk Gaskin b Knight           4   (3 balls, 1x4)

S. Blackett c Massiah b Knight           8   (15 balls, 1x4)

M. Powlett b Knight                          0   (1 ball)

L. Kirton lbw b Knight                       1   (7 balls)

S. Smith b Willoughby                      7   (7 balls, 1x4)

K. Taitt not out                                 0  (5 balls)

Extras (lb2, w14, nb1)                    17

TOTAL (all out, 35.4 overs)            155

Fall of wickets: 1-27 (Harte, 3.4 ov), 2-58 (Taylor, 11.3), 3-86 (Bruce, 21), 4-91 (Crookendale, 23), 5-95 (Clarke, 24.3), 6-110 (Blackett, 28.2), 7-110 (Powlett, 28.3), 8-114 (30.2), 9-146 (Smith, 34.1), 10-155 (Greene, 34.1).

Bowling: Leacock 2-0-15-0 (w2, nb1), Caddle 8-0-28-2 (w3), Wilson 3-0-19-0 (w6), Willoughby 8-2-34-1 (w2), Knight 8-1-24-6, Headley 6.4-1-33-1 (w1).

PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL

*R. Burrowes c wk Crookendale               12   (18 balls, 1x4)

S. Greenidge lbw b Kirton                        10   (35 balls)

J. Willoughby c wk Crookendale b Greene   0   (6 balls)

R. Headley lbw b Powlett                           9   (12 balls)

A. Caddle b Powlett                                   0   (10 balls)

+G. Gaskin lbw b Harte                           40   (62 balls, 4x4)

D. Wilson c Greene b Powlett                     3   (11 balls)

A. Alleyne b Harte                                     6   (23 balls)

K. Knight not out                                     46  (33 balls, 5x4, 1x6)

D. Leacock not out                                   13  (7 balls, 2x4)

Extras (lb7, w12, nb1)                             20

TOTAL (8 wks, 36 overs)                        159

Fall of wickets: 1-22 (Burrowes, 5.4 ov), 2-25 (Willoughby, 7.3), 3-37 (10.4), 4-39 (Headley, 12), 5-40 (Caddle, 13.4), 6-50 (Wilson, 17.1), 7-71 (Alleyne, 23.4), 8-137 (Gaskin, 33.5).

Did not bat: A. Massiah.

Bowling: Harte 8-0-46-2 (w4, nb1), Greene 7-1-22-2 (w2), Kirton 8-2-12-1 (w3), Powlett 8-0-36-3, Clarke 3-0-22-0 (w1), Taitt 2-0-14-0 (w2).

Result: Psychiatric Hospital won by two wickets.

Toss: Psychiatric Hospital.

Player-of-the-Match: Kareem Knight.

Umpires: Anthony Farrell, Sam Sargeant.

Scorers: Carl Belgrave, Chevon Prescod, Edward Williams.

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Psychiat

ric 143-8 (35 overs), chasing 156 to win v Dover, Sagicor General Shield semi-final, Update 15




Bridgetown, Barbados, January 26 -  (www.bcacricket.org) -  Psychiatric Hospital, chasing 156 for victory, were 143 for eight off 35 overs against Old Brigand Dover in the second semi-final of the 2013-14 BCA Sagicor General Shield championship at Friendship today.

The not out batsmen were left-hander Kareem Knight on 41 and David, Leacock, two.

Captain Roger Burrowes was caught at the wicket by Akheel Crookendale off his opposite number, medium-pacer Vibert Greene for 12 (22-1; 5.4 overs); Jamar Willoughby was also caught by Crookendale, standing up, off Greene for nought 25-2 (7.3 overs); left-hander Selvin Greenidge was leg before wicket on the back foot by leg-spinner Litchfield Kirton for ten (37-3; 10.4 overs); Reco Headley, sweeping, was leg before wicket by off-spinner Malcolm Powlett for nine (39-4; 12 overs); Akeem Caddle, pushing forward, was bowled by Powlett for nought (40-5; 13.4 overs); Dwayne Wilson was caught at cover-point by Greene off Powlett for three (50-6; 17.1 overs); Alfred Alleyne, swinging across a slower ball from pacer Kemar Harte for six (71-7; 23.4 overs) and Gregory Gaskin, playing around a ball which kept low, was leg before wicket by pacer Kemar Harte for 40 (137-8; 33.5 overs).

Powlett took three for 36 off eight overs and Greene had two for 22 off seven overs.

Dover were bowled out for 155 off 35.4 overs after they were sent in by

Skipper Victor "Vibert" Greene, the former Barbados and West Indies ''B' team all-rounder, topscored with 59 at No. 4 before he was last out, brilliantly caught one-handed by a leaping Willoughby on the forward-square boundary off off-spinner Headley.

Greene faced 76 balls and struck six fours and three sixes.

Leg-spinner Knight was the leading wicket-taker with six for 24 off eight overs including one maiden from the southern end, while medium-pacer Cattle took two for 28 off eight overs.

Kemar Harte was stumped by Gaskin off Caddle for nine (27-1; 3.4 overs); Shamar Taylor was brilliantly stumped down the leg-side by Gaskin, again off Caddle for 28 (58-2; 11.3 overs); Wilbur Bruce, driving, was bowled off the inside edge by Knight for 21 (86-3; 21 overs); Crookendale was stumped by Gaskin off Knight for one (91-4; 23 overs); Peter Clarke, cutting, was caught on the second attempt by Gaskin off Knight for four (95-5; 24.3 overs); Stephen Blackett (four)  pulled a short ball from Knight straight into the hands of deep square-leg in Anthony Massiah (110-6; 28.2 overs); Powlett, pulling, was bowled off the inside by Knight for nought (110-7; 28.3 overs); Kirton, pulling, was leg before wicket by Knight for one (114-8; 30.2 overs); Shawn Smith, swinging, was bowled off the edge by off-spinner Willoughby for seven (146-9; 34.1 overs) before the dismissal of Greene.

Kareem Taitt was not out on nought.

Rain stopped play at 12.59 p.m. with the score 110 for seven off 28.3 overs. There was a resumption at 1.12 p.m.

(more to follow)

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Psychiat

ric 107-7 (30 overs), chasing 156 to win v Dover, Sagicor General Shield semi-final, Update 14




Bridgetown, Barbados, January 26 -  (www.bcacricket.org) -  Psychiatric Hospital, chasing 156 for victory, were 107 for seven off 30 overs against Old Brigand Dover in the second semi-final of the 2013-14 BCA Sagicor General Shield championship at Friendship today.

The not out batsmen were Gregory Gaskin on 27 and left-hander Kareem Knight, 21.

Captain Roger Burrowes was caught at the wicket by Akheel Crookendale off his opposite number, medium-pacer Vibert Greene for 12 (22-1; 5.4 overs); Jamar Willoughby was also caught by Crookendale, standing up, off Greene for nought 25-2 (7.3 overs); left-hander Selvin Greenidge was leg before wicket on the back foot by leg-spinner Litchfield Kirton for ten (37-3; 10.4 overs); Reco Headley, sweeping, was leg before wicket by off-spinner Malcolm Powlett for nine (39-4; 12 overs); Akeem Caddle, pushing forward, was bowled by Powlett for nought (40-5; 13.4 overs); Dwayne Wilson was caught at cover-point by Greene off Powlett for three (50-6; 17.1 overs) and Alfred Alleyne, swinging across a slower ball from pacer Kemar Harte for six (71-7; 23.4 overs).

Powlett had three for 25 off seven overs and Greene, two for 18 off six overs.

Dover were bowled out for 155 off 35.4 overs after they were sent in by

Skipper Victor "Vibert" Greene, the former Barbados and West Indies ''B' team all-rounder, topscored with 59 at No. 4 before he was last out, brilliantly caught one-handed by a leaping Willoughby on the forward-square boundary off off-spinner Headley.

Greene faced 76 balls and struck six fours and three sixes.

Leg-spinner Knight was the leading wicket-taker with six for 24 off eight overs including one maiden from the southern end, while medium-pacer Cattle took two for 28 off eight overs.

Kemar Harte was stumped by Gaskin off Caddle for nine (27-1; 3.4 overs); Shamar Taylor was brilliantly stumped down the leg-side by Gaskin, again off Caddle for 28 (58-2; 11.3 overs); Wilbur Bruce, driving, was bowled off the inside edge by Knight for 21 (86-3; 21 overs); Crookendale was stumped by Gaskin off Knight for one (91-4; 23 overs); Peter Clarke, cutting, was caught on the second attempt by Gaskin off Knight for four (95-5; 24.3 overs); Stephen Blackett (four)  pulled a short ball from Knight straight into the hands of deep square-leg in Anthony Massiah (110-6; 28.2 overs); Powlett, pulling, was bowled off the inside by Knight for nought (110-7; 28.3 overs); Kirton, pulling, was leg before wicket by Knight for one (114-8; 30.2 overs); Shawn Smith, swinging, was bowled off the edge by off-spinner Willoughby for seven (146-9; 34.1 overs) before the dismissal of Greene.

Kareem Taitt was not out on nought.

Rain stopped play at 12.59 p.m. with the score 110 for seven off 28.3 overs. There was a resumption at 1.12 p.m.

(more to follow)

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Psychia

tric 82-7 (25 overs), chasing 156 to win v Dover, Sagicor General Shield semi-final, Update 13




Bridgetown, Barbados, January 26 -  (www.bcacricket.org) -  Psychiatric Hospital, chasing 156 for victory, were 82 for seven off 25 overs against Old Brigand Dover in the second semi-final of the 2013-14 BCA Sagicor General Shield championship at Friendship today.

The not out batsmen were Gregory Gaskin on 15 and Kareem Knight, ten.

Captain Roger Burrowes was caught at the wicket by Akheel Crookendale off his opposite number, medium-pacer Vibert Greene for 12 (22-1; 5.4 overs); Jamar Willoughby was also caught by Crookendale, standing up, off Greene for nought 25-2 (7.3 overs); left-hander Selvin Greenidge was leg before wicket on the back foot by leg-spinner Litchfield Kirton for ten (37-3; 10.4 overs); Reco Headley, sweeping, was leg before wicket by off-spinner Malcolm Powlett for nine (39-4; 12 overs); Akeem Caddle, pushing forward, was bowled by Powlett for nought (40-5; 13.4 overs); Dwayne Wilson was caught at cover-point by Greene off Powlett for three (50-6; 17.1 overs) and Alfred Alleyne, swinging across a slower ball from pacer Kemar Harte for six (71-7; 23.4 overs).

Powlett had three for 19 off six overs and Greene, two for 11 off four overs.

Dover were bowled out for 155 off 35.4 overs after they were sent in by

Skipper Victor "Vibert" Greene, the former Barbados and West Indies ''B' team all-rounder, topscored with 59 at No. 4 before he was last out, brilliantly caught one-handed by a leaping Willoughby on the forward-square boundary off off-spinner Headley.

Greene faced 76 balls and struck six fours and three sixes.

Leg-spinner Knight was the leading wicket-taker with six for 24 off eight overs including one maiden from the southern end, while medium-pacer Cattle took two for 28 off eight overs.

Kemar Harte was stumped by Gaskin off Caddle for nine (27-1; 3.4 overs); Shamar Taylor was brilliantly stumped down the leg-side by Gaskin, again off Caddle for 28 (58-2; 11.3 overs); Wilbur Bruce, driving, was bowled off the inside edge by Knight for 21 (86-3; 21 overs); Crookendale was stumped by Gaskin off Knight for one (91-4; 23 overs); Peter Clarke, cutting, was caught on the second attempt by Gaskin off Knight for four (95-5; 24.3 overs); Stephen Blackett (four)  pulled a short ball from Knight straight into the hands of deep square-leg in Anthony Massiah (110-6; 28.2 overs); Powlett, pulling, was bowled off the inside by Knight for nought (110-7; 28.3 overs); Kirton, pulling, was leg before wicket by Knight for one (114-8; 30.2 overs); Shawn Smith, swinging, was bowled off the edge by off-spinner Willoughby for seven (146-9; 34.1 overs) before the dismissal of Greene.

Kareem Taitt was not out on nought.

Rain stopped play at 12.59 p.m. with the score 110 for seven off 28.3 overs. There was a resumption at 1.12 p.m.

(more to follow)

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Psychia

tric 61-6 (20 overs), chasing 156 to win v Dover, Sagicor General Shield semi-final, Update 12




Bridgetown, Barbados, January 26 -  (www.bcacricket.org) -  Psychiatric Hospital, chasing 156 for victory, were 61 for six off 20 overs against Old Brigand Dover in the second semi-final of the 2013-14 BCA Sagicor General Shield championship at Friendship today.

The not out batsmen were Gregory Gaskin on 11 and Alfred Alleyne, four.

Captain Roger Burrowes was caught at the wicket by Akheel Crookendale off his opposite number, medium-pacer Vibert Greene for 12 (22-1; 5.4 overs); Jamar Willoughby was also caught by Crookendale, standing up, off Greene for nought 25-2 (7.3 overs); left-hander Selvin Greenidge was leg before wicket on the back foot by leg-spinner Litchfield Kirton for ten (37-3; 10.4 overs); Reco Headley, sweeping, was leg before wicket by off-spinner Malcolm Powlett for nine (39-4; 12 overs); Akeem Caddle, pushing forward, was bowled by Powlett for nought (40-5; 13.4 overs) and Dwayne Wilson was caught at cover-point by Greene off Powlett for three (50-6; 17.1 overs).

Powlett had three for 19 off six overs and Greene, two for 11 off four overs.

Dover were bowled out for 155 off 35.4 overs after they were sent in by

Skipper Victor "Vibert" Greene, the former Barbados and West Indies ''B' team all-rounder, topscored with 59 at No. 4 before he was last out, brilliantly caught one-handed by a leaping Willoughby on the forward-square boundary off off-spinner Headley.

Greene faced 76 balls and struck six fours and three sixes.

Leg-spinner Kareem Knight was the leading wicket-taker with six for 24 off eight overs including one maiden from the southern end, while medium-pacer Caddle took two for 28 off eight overs.

Kemar Harte was stumped by Gaskin off Caddle for nine (27-1; 3.4 overs); Shamar Taylor was brilliantly stumped down the leg-side by Gaskin, again off Caddle for 28 (58-2; 11.3 overs); Wilbur Bruce, driving, was bowled off the inside edge by Knight for 21 (86-3; 21 overs); Crookendale was stumped by Gaskin off Knight for one (91-4; 23 overs); Peter Clarke, cutting, was caught on the second attempt by Gaskin off Knight for four (95-5; 24.3 overs); Stephen Blackett (four)  pulled a short ball from Knight straight into the hands of deep square-leg in Anthony Massiah (110-6; 28.2 overs); Powlett, pulling, was bowled off the inside by Knight for nought (110-7; 28.3 overs); Kirton, pulling, was leg before wicket by Knight for one (114-8; 30.2 overs); Shawn Smith, swinging, was bowled off the edge by off-spinner Willoughby for seven (146-9; 34.1 overs) before the dismissal of Greene.

Kareem Taitt was not out on nought.

Rain stopped play at 12.59 p.m. with the score 110 for seven off 28.3 overs. There was a resumption at 1.12 p.m.

(more to follow)

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Psychia

tric 41-5 (15 overs), chasing 156 to win v Dover, Sagicor General Shield semi-final, Update 11




Bridgetown, Barbados, January 26 -  (www.bcacricket.org) -  Psychiatric Hospital, chasing 156 for victory, were 41 for five off 15 overs against Old Brigand Dover in the second semi-final of the 2013-14 BCA Sagicor General Shield championship at Friendship today.

The not out batsmen were Gregory Gaskin on two and Dwayne Wilson, nought.

Captain Roger Burrowes was caught at the wicket by Akheel Crookendale off his opposite number, medium-pacer Vibert Greene for 12 (22-1; 5.4 overs); Jamar Willoughby was also caught by Crookendale, standing up, off Greene for nought 25-2 (7.3 overs); left-hander Selvin Greenidge was leg before wicket on the back foot by leg-spinner Litchfield Kirton for ten (37-3; 10.4 overs); Reco Headley, sweeping, was leg before wicket by off-spinner Malcolm Powlett for nine (39-4; 12 overs) and Akeem Caddle, pushing forward, was bowled by Powlett for nought (40-5; 13.4 overs).

Powlett had two for four off three overs and Greene, two for 11 off four overs.

Dover were bowled out for 155 off 35.4 overs after they were sent in by

Skipper Victor "Vibert" Greene, the former Barbados and West Indies ''B' team all-rounder, topscored with 59 at No. 4 before he was last out, brilliantly caught one-handed by a leaping Willoughby on the forward-square boundary off off-spinner Headley.

Greene faced 76 balls and struck six fours and three sixes.

Leg-spinner Kareem Knight was the leading wicket-taker with six for 24 off eight overs including one maiden from the southern end, while medium-pacer Caddle took two for 28 off eight overs.

Kemar Harte was stumped by Gaskin off Caddle for nine (27-1; 3.4 overs); Shamar Taylor was brilliantly stumped down the leg-side by Gaskin, again off Caddle for 28 (58-2; 11.3 overs); Wilbur Bruce, driving, was bowled off the inside edge by Knight for 21 (86-3; 21 overs); Crookendale was stumped by Gaskin off Knight for one (91-4; 23 overs); Peter Clarke, cutting, was caught on the second attempt by Gaskin off Knight for four (95-5; 24.3 overs); Stephen Blackett (four)  pulled a short ball from Knight straight into the hands of deep square-leg in Anthony Massiah (110-6; 28.2 overs); Powlett, pulling, was bowled off the inside by Knight for nought (110-7; 28.3 overs); Kirton, pulling, was leg before wicket by Knight for one (114-8; 30.2 overs); Shawn Smith, swinging, was bowled off the edge by off-spinner Willoughby for seven (146-9; 34.1 overs) before the dismissal of Greene.

Kareem Taitt was not out on nought.

Rain stopped play at 12.59 p.m. with the score 110 for seven off 28.3 overs. There was a resumption at 1.12 p.m.

(more to follow)

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Psychia

tric 34-2 (10 overs), chasing 156 to win v Dover, Sagicor General Shield semi-final, Update 10




Bridgetown, Barbados, January 26 -  (www.bcacricket.org) -  Psychiatric Hospital, chasing 156 for victory, were 34 for two off ten overs against Old Brigand Dover in the second semi-final of the 2013-14 BCA Sagicor General Shield championship at Friendship today.

The not out batsmen were left-hander Selvin Greenidge on ten and Reco Headley, four.

Captain Roger Burrowes was caught at the wicket by Akheel Crookendale off his opposite number, medium-pacer Vibert Greene for 12 (22-1; 5.4 overs) and Jamar Willoughby was also caught by Crookendale, standing up, off Greene for nought 25-2 (7.3 overs).

Greene had two for 11 off four overs.

Dover were bowled out for 155 off 35.4 overs after they were sent in by

Skipper Victor "Vibert" Greene, the former Barbados and West Indies ''B' team all-rounder, topscored with 59 at No. 4 before he was last out, brilliantly caught one-handed by a leaping Willoughby on the forward-square boundary off off-spinner Reco Headley.

Greene faced 76 balls and struck six fours and three sixes.

Leg-spinner Kareem Knight was the leading wicket-taker with six for 24 off eight overs including one maiden from the southern end, while medium-pacer Akeem Caddle took two for 28 off eight overs.

Kemar Harte was stumped by Gregory Gaskin off Caddle for nine (27-1; 3.4 overs); Shamar Taylor was brilliantly stumped down the leg-side by Gaskin, again off Caddle for 28 (58-2; 11.3 overs); Wilbur Bruce, driving, was bowled off the inside edge by Knight for 21 (86-3; 21 overs); Crookendale was stumped by Gaskin off Knight for one (91-4; 23 overs); Peter Clarke, cutting, was caught on the second attempt by Gaskin off Knight for four (95-5; 24.3 overs); Stephen Blackett (four)  pulled a short ball from Knight straight into the hands of deep square-leg in Anthony Massiah (110-6; 28.2 overs); Malcolm Powlett, pulling, was bowled off the inside by Knight for nought (110-7; 28.3 overs); Litchfield Kirton, pulling, was leg before wicket by Knight for one (114-8; 30.2 overs); Shawn Smith, swinging, was bowled off the edge by off-spinner Willoughby for seven (146-9; 34.1 overs) before the dismissal of Greene.

Kareem Taitt was not out on nought.

Rain stopped play at 12.59 p.m. with the score 110 for seven off 28.3 overs. There was a resumption at 1.12 p.m.

(more to follow)

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Psychi

atric 21-0 (5 overs), chasing 156 to win v Dover, Sagicor General Shield semi-final, Update 9




Bridgetown, Barbados, January 26 -  (www.bcacricket.org) -  Psychiatric Hospital, chasing 156 for victory, were 21 without loss off five overs against Old Brigand Dover in the second semi-final of the 2013-14 BCA Sagicor General Shield championship at Friendship today.

The not out batsmen were captain Roger Burrowes on 12 and left-hander Selvin Greenidge, six.

Dover were bowled out for 155 off 35.4 overs after they were sent in by

Skipper Victor "Vibert" Greene, the former Barbados and West Indies ''B' team all-rounder, topscored with 59 at No. 4 before he was last out, brilliantly caught one-handed by a leaping Jamar Willoughby on the forward-square boundary off off-spinner Reco Headley.

Greene faced 76 balls and struck six fours and three sixes.

Leg-spinner Kareem Knight was the leading wicket-taker with six for 24 off eight overs including one maiden from the southern end, while medium-pacer Akeem Caddle took two for 28 off eight overs.

Kemar Harte was stumped by Gregory Gaskin off Caddle for nine (27-1; 3.4 overs); Shamar Taylor was brilliantly stumped down the leg-side by Gaskin, again off Caddle for 28 (58-2; 11.3 overs); Wilbur Bruce, driving, was bowled off the inside edge by Knight for 21 (86-3; 21 overs); Akheel Crookendale was stumped by Gaskin off Knight for one (91-4; 23 overs); Peter Clarke, cutting, was caught on the second attempt by Gaskin off Knight for four (95-5; 24.3 overs); Stephen Blackett (four)  pulled a short ball from Knight straight into the hands of deep square-leg in Anthony Massiah (110-6; 28.2 overs); Malcolm Powlett, pulling, was bowled off the inside by Knight for nought (110-7; 28.3 overs); Litchfield Kirton, pulling, was leg before wicket by Knight for one (114-8; 30.2 overs); Shawn Smith, swinging, was bowled off the edge by off-spinner Jamar Willoughby for seven (146-9; 34.1 overs) before the dismissal of Greene.

Kareem Taitt was not out on nought.

Rain stopped play at 12.59 p.m. with the score 110 for seven off 28.3 overs. There was a resumption at 1.12 p.m.

(more to follow)

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LUNCH SCORES

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er score 155 (35.4 overs) v Psychiatric Hospital, Sagicor General Shield semi-final, Update 8




Bridgetown, Barbados, January 26 -  (www.bcacricket.org) -  Old Brigand Dover were bowled out for 155 off 35.4 overs after they were sent in by Psychiatric Hospital in the second semi-final of the 2013-14 BCA Sagicor General Shield championship at Friendship today.

Skipper Victor "Vibert" Greene, the former Barbados and West Indies ''B' team all-rounder, topscored with 59 at No. 4 before he was last out, brilliantly caught one-handed by a leaping Jamar Willoughby on the forward-square boundary off off-spinner Reco Headley.

Greene faced 76 balls and struck six fours and three sixes.

Leg-spinner Kareem Knight was the leading wicket-taker with six for 24 off eight overs including one maiden from the southern end, while medium-pacer Akeem Caddle took two for 28 off eight overs.

Kemar Harte was stumped by Gregory Gaskin off Caddle for nine (27-1; 3.4 overs); Shamar Taylor was brilliantly stumped down the leg-side by Gaskin, again off Caddle for 28 (58-2; 11.3 overs); Wilbur Bruce, driving, was bowled off the inside edge by Knight for 21 (86-3; 21 overs); Akheel Crookendale was stumped by Gaskin off Knight for one (91-4; 23 overs); Peter Clarke, cutting, was caught on the second attempt by Gaskin off Knight for four (95-5; 24.3 overs); Stephen Blackett (four)  pulled a short ball from Knight straight into the hands of deep square-leg in Anthony Massiah (110-6; 28.2 overs); Malcolm Powlett, pulling, was bowled off the inside by Knight for nought (110-7; 28.3 overs); Litchfield Kirton, pulling, was leg before wicket by Knight for one (114-8; 30.2 overs); Shawn Smith, swinging, was bowled off the edge by off-spinner Jamar Willoughby for seven (146-9; 34.1 overs) before the dismissal of Greene.

Kareem Taitt was not out on nought.

Rain had stopped play at 12.59 p.m. with the score 110 for seven off 28.3 overs. There was a resumption at 1.12 p.m.

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Dover 113-7 (30 overs) v Psychiatric Hospital, Sagicor General Shield semi-final, Update 7




Bridgetown, Barbados, January 26 -  (www.bcacricket.org) -  Old Brigand Dover were 113 for seven off 30 overs after they were sent in by Psychiatric Hospital in the second semi-final of the 2013-14 BCA Sagicor General Shield championship at Friendship today.

The not out batsmen were skipper Vibert Greene on 25 and Litchfield Kirton, one.

Kemar Harte was stumped by Gregory Gaskin off medium-pacer Akeem Caddle for nine (27-1; 3.4 overs); Shamar Taylor was brilliantly stumped down the leg-side by Gaskin, again off Caddle for 28 (58-2; 11.3 overs); Wilbur Bruce, driving, was bowled off the inside edge by leg-spinner Kareem Knight for 21 (86-3; 21 overs); Akheel Crookendale was stumped by Gaskin off Knight for one (91-4; 23 overs); Peter Clarke, cutting, was caught on the second attempt by Gaskin off Knight for four (95-5; 24.3 overs); Stephen Blackett (four)  pulled a short ball from Knight straight into the hands of deep square-leg in Anthony Massiah (110-6; 28.2 overs) and Malcolm Powlett, pulling, was bowled off the inside by Knight for nought (110-7; 28.3 overs).

Knight had five for 21 off seven overs, while Caddle took two for 28 off eight overs.

Rain had stopped play at 12.59 p.m. with the score 110 for seven off 28.3 overs. There was a resumption at 1.12 p.m.

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Dover 110-7 (28.4 overs) v Psychiatric Hospital, Sagicor General Shield semi-final, Update 6




Bridgetown, Barbados, January 26 -  (www.bcacricket.org) -  Old Brigand Dover were 110 for seven off 28.3 overs after they were sent in by Psychiatric Hospital when rain stopped play at 12.59 p.m. in the second semi-final of the 2013-14 BCA Sagicor General Shield championship at Friendship today.

The not out batsmen were skipper Vibert Greene on 23 and Litchfield Kirton, nought.

Kemar Harte was stumped by Gregory Gaskin off medium-pacer Akeem Caddle for nine (27-1; 3.4 overs); Shamar Taylor was brilliantly stumped down the leg-side by Gaskin, again off Caddle for 28 (58-2; 11.3 overs); Wilbur Bruce, driving, was bowled off the inside edge by leg-spinner Kareem Knight for 21 (86-3; 21 overs); Akheel Crookendale was stumped by Gaskin off Knight for one (91-4; 23 overs); Peter Clarke, cutting, was caught on the second attempt by Gaskin off Knight for four (95-5; 24.3 overs); Stephen Blackett (four)  pulled a short ball from Knight straight into the hands of deep square-leg in Anthony Massiah (110-6; 28.2 overs) and Malcolm Powlett, pulling, was bowled off the inside by Knight for nought (28.3 overs).

Knight had five for 21 off 6.4 overs, while Caddle took two for 28 off eight overs.

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Dover 98-5 (25 overs) v Psychiatric Hospital, Sagicor General Shield semi-final, Update 5




Bridgetown, Barbados, January 26 -  (www.bcacricket.org) -  Old Brigand Dover were 98 for five off 25 overs after they were sent in by Psychiatric Hospital in the second semi-final of the 2013-14 BCA Sagicor General Shield championship at Friendship today.

The not out batsmen were skipper Vibert Greene on 18 and Stephen Blackett, three.

Kemar Harte was stumped by Gregory Gaskin off medium-pacer Akeem Caddle for nine (27-1; 3.4 overs); Shamar Taylor was brilliantly stumped down the leg-side by Gaskin, again off Caddle for 28 (58-2; 11.3 overs); Wilbur Bruce, driving, was bowled off the inside edge by leg-spinner Kareem Knight for 21 (86-3; 21 overs); Akheel Crookendale was stumped by Gaskin off Knight for one (91-4; 23 overs) and Peter Clarke, cutting, was caught on the second attempt by Gaskin off Knight for four (95-5; 24.3 overs).

Knight had three for 17 off five overs, while Caddle took two for 28 off eight overs.

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Dover 80-2 (20 overs) v Psychiatric Hospital, Sagicor General Shield semi-final, Update 4




Bridgetown, Barbados, January 26 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Old Brigand Dover were 80 for two off 20 overs after they were sent in by Psychiatric Hospital in the second semi-final of the 2013-14 BCA Sagicor General Shield championship at Friendship today.

The not out batsmen were Wilbur Bruce on 16 and skipper Vibert Greene, 14.

Kemar Harte was stumped by Gregory Gaskin off medium-pacer Akeem Caddle for nine (27-1; 3.4 overs) and Shamar Taylor was brilliantly stumped down the leg-side by Gaskin, again off Caddle for 28 (58-2; 11.3 overs)

Caddle took two for 28 off eight overs.

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Dover 67-2 (15 overs) v Psychiatric Hospital, Sagicor General Shield semi-final, Update 3




Bridgetown, Barbados, January 26 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Old Brigand Dover were 67 for two off 15 overs after they were sent in by Psychiatric Hospital in the second semi-final of the 2013-14 BCA Sagicor General Shield championship at Friendship today.

The not out batsmen were Wilbur Bruce on 13 and skipper Vibert Greene, four.

Kemar Harte was stumped by Gregory Gaskin off medium-pacer Akeem Caddle for nine (27-1; 3.4 overs) and Shamar Taylor was brilliantly stumped down the leg-side by Gaskin, again off Caddle for 28 (58-2; 11.3 overs)

Caddle had two for 27 off seven overs.

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Dover 54-1 (10 overs) v Psychiatric Hospital, Sagicor General Shield semi-final, Update 2




Bridgetown, Barbados, January 26 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Old Brigand Dover were 54 for one off ten overs after they were sent in by Psychiatric Hospital in the second semi-final of the 2013-14 BCA Sagicor General Shield championship at Friendship today.

The not out batsmen were Shamar Taylor on 26 and Wilbur Bruce, seven.

Kemar Harte was stumped by Gregory Gaskin off medium-pacer Akeem Caddle for nine (27-1; 3.4 overs).

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Dover 31-1 (5 overs) v Psychiatric Hospital, Sagicor General Shield semi-final, Update 1




Bridgetown, Barbados, January 26 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Old Brigand Dover were 31 for one off five overs after they were sent in by Psychiatric Hospital in the second semi-final of the 2013-14 BCA Sagicor General Shield championship at Friendship today.

The not out batsmen were Shamar Taylor on 14 and Wilbur Bruce, nought.

Kemar Harte was stumped by Gregory Gaskin off medium-pacer Akeem Caddle for nine (27-1; 3.4 overs).

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Document Author Keith Holder
Date Published 2014-01-26
Division Sagicor Shield
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Pos. Name (Club) MT I NO R HS AVE 100 50 Division
1. Vibert Greene (Dover) 1 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 2010 Sagicor Twenty20
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