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Date Published: 2019-02-08 

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Barbados 238-7 in reply to T&T’s 358 (1st), Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 2, Update 12, CLOSE

Bridgetown, Barbados, February 8 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride were 238 for seven off 81 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs by Trinidad & Tobago Red Force at the close of play on the second day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Tevyn Walcott on 34 and Ashley Nurse,  71.

Nurse reached his half-century in 81 minutes off 53 balls with three fours and three sixes.

Rashidi Boucher, attempting a whip, was leg before wicket by left-arm pacer Daniel St. Clair for 12 (24-1; 6.2 overs).

Aaron Jones, driving, was caught and bowled by leg-spinner Yannic Cariah for 45 (119-2; 44.1 overs).

Jonathan Carter, padding up, was leg before wicket by Cariah for four (123-3; 45 overs).

Shayne Moseley, playing back, was leg before wicket by Cariah for 56 (126-4; 46.5 overs).

Kevin Stoute, playing across, was leg before wicket by fast bowler Ravi Rampaul for one (126-5; 47.2 overs).

Shamar Springer, also playing across, was leg before wicket by Rampaul for nought (130-6; 50 overs).

And Nicholas Kirton, hitting out, was caught at a straight midwicket by Anderson Phillip off Cariah for nought (130-7; 50.2 overs).

Moseley batted for 182 minutes, faced 149 balls and struck seven fours. His half-century came in 152 minutes off 126 balls and included seven fours.

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 10-0-40-0, Charles 13-4-36-0, Khan 18-2-44-0, Cariah 16-4-43-4, Rampaul 12-2-26-2.

Starting the day on 316 for eight off 89.1 overs, Trinidad & Tobago were bowled out after the first 35 minutes’ play.

Lendl Simmons topscored with 138 and Jason Mohammed made 121.

Fast bowler Marquino Mindley was the leading wicket-taker with five for 78 off 20 overs.

Today, Anderson Phillip, swinging, was caught and bowled by Mindley for 22 (349-9; 94.5 overs).

And Rampaul was bowled by Mindley for seven (358 all out; 97 overs).

Bryan Charles was not out on 12 from his overnight one.

Yesterday, Joshua DaSilva, pushing forward, was caught at gully by Springer off Mindley for seven (12-1; 4 overs).

Jeremy Solozano, pushing outside the stump, was caught at the wicket by Walcott off Mindley for 12 (36-2; 11.1 overs).

Cariah, cutting, was caught low at cover point by Springer off medium-pacer Stoute for 15 (69-3; 22.4 overs).

Simmons, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Jones off Stoute (251-4; 61.1 overs).

Denesh Ramdin, flicking, was caught down the leg side by Walcott off fast bowler Chemar Holder for one (271-5; 72 overs).

Mohammed, cutting, was caught at deep point by Kirton off Mindley (308-6; 83.2 overs).

Imran Khan, driving, was bowled by medium-pacer Springer for 11 (315-7; 86.5 overs).

And St. Clair, defending, was caught at first slip by Jonathan Carter off Holder for nought (316-8; 89.1 overs).

Simmons batted for 245 minutes, faced 152 balls and struck 16 fours and five sixes. He reached his century in 202 minutes off 120 balls with 13 fours and three sixes. His half-century came in 134 minutes off 75 balls with six fours and one six.

Mohammed was at the crease for 251 minutes, received 206 balls and hit 20 fours. His hundred took 226 minutes off 188 balls and included 15 fours. He got to his fifty in 91 minutes off 71 deliveries including ten fours.

Bowling: Holder 21-2-68-2 (nb5), Mindley 20-4-78-5 (nb1), Stoute 14-4-38-2, Springer 19-2-89-1 (nb3), Nurse 6-1-31-0, Carter 14-1-33-0, Jones 3-0-18-0.

SCORECARD

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 1st innings (overnight 316-8)

J. Solozano c wk Walcott b Mindley                 12    (48 mins, 33 balls, 1x4)

J. DaSilva b Springer b Mindley                        7    (15 mins, 13 balls, 1x4)

L. Simmons c Jones b Stoute                        138    (245 mins, 152 balls, 16x4, 5x6)

Y. Cariah c Springer b Stoute                          15    (52 mins, 45 balls, 2x4)

J. Mohammed c Kirton b Mindley                   121    (251 mins, 206 balls, 20x4)

*+D. Ramdin c wk Walcott b Holder                 1    (39 mins, 25 balls)

I. Khan b Springer                                         11   (65 mins, 45 balls, 1x4)

B. Charles not out                                         12    (59 mins, 37 balls, 1x4)

D. St. Clair c Carter b Holder                           0    (9 mins, 4 balls)

A. Phillip c & b Mindley                                  22    (24 mins, 20 balls, 5x4)

R. Rampaul b Mindley                                     7   (10 mins, 11 balls, 1x4)

Extras (lb3, nb9)                                          12

TOTAL (all out, 97 overs)                             358

Fall of wickets: 1-12 (DaSilva, 4 ov), 2-36 (Solozano, 11.1), 3-69 (Cariah, 22.4), 4-251 (Simmons, 61.1), 5-271 (Ramdin, 72), 6-308 (Mohammed, 83.2), 7-315 (Khan, 86.5), 8-316 (St. Clair, 89.1), 9-349 (Phillip, 94.5), 10-358 (Rampaul, 97).

Bowling: Holder 21-2-68-2 (nb5), Mindley 20-4-78-5 (nb1), Stoute 14-4-38-2, Springer 19-2-89-1 (nb3), Nurse 6-1-31-0, Carter 14-1-33-0, Jones 3-0-18-0.

BARBADOS PRIDE 1st innings

S. Moseley lbw b Cariah                                  56    (182 mins, 149 balls, 7x4)

R. Boucher lbw b St. Clair                               12     (28 mins, 19 balls, 2x4)

A. Jones c & b Cariah                                     45     (138 mins, 110 balls, 6x4)

*J. Carter lbw b Cariah                                    4     (3 mins, 5 balls, 1x4)

K. Stoute lbw b Rampaul                                  1    (12 mins, 4 balls)

N. Kirton c Phillip b Cariah                                0    (16 mins, 9 balls)

S. Springer lbw b Rampaul                               0    (10 mins, 10 balls)

+T. Walcott not out                                        34    (120 mins, 106 balls, 2x4)

A. Nurse not out                                            71    (118 mins, 80 balls, 3x4, 5x6)

Extras (b5, lb4, nb6)                                      15

TOTAL (7 wks, 81 overs)                               236

Fall of wickets: 1-24 (Boucher, 6.2 ov), 2-119 (Jones, 44.1), 3-123 (Carter, 45), 4-126 (Moseley, 46.5), 6-130 (Springer, 50), 7-130 (Kirton, 50.2).

To bat: C. Holder, M. Mindley.

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1 (nb4), Phillip 10-0-40-0, Charles 13-4-36-0, Khan 18-2-44-0, Cariah 16-4-43-4 (nb2), Rampaul 12-2-26-2.

Toss: Trinidad & Tobago Red Force.

Umpires: Leslie Reifer Jr (Barbados), Verdayne Smith (Jamaica). Reserve: Ryan Willoughby.

Match referee: Stephen Proverbs.

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arbados 221-7 in reply to T&T’s 358 (1st), Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 2, Update 11




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 8 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride were 221 for seven off 72 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs by Trinidad & Tobago Red Force in the post-tea session on the second day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Tevyn Walcott on 29 and Ashley Nurse, 58.

Nurse reached his half-century in 81 minutes off 53 balls with three fours and three sixes.

Rashidi Boucher, attempting a whip, was leg before wicket by left-arm pacer Daniel St. Clair for 12 (24-1; 6.2 overs).

Aaron Jones, driving, was caught and bowled by leg-spinner Yannic Cariah for 45 (119-2; 44.1 overs).

Jonathan Carter, padding up, was leg before wicket by Cariah for four (123-3; 45 overs).

Shayne Moseley, playing back, was leg before wicket by Cariah for 56 (126-4; 46.5 overs).

Kevin Stoute, playing across, was leg before wicket by fast bowler Ravi Rampaul for one (126-5; 47.2 overs).

Shamar Springer, also playing across, was leg before wicket by Rampaul for nought (130-6; 50 overs).

And Nicholas Kirton, hitting out, was caught at a straight midwicket by Anderson Phillip off Cariah for nought (130-7; 50.2 overs).

Moseley batted for 182 minutes, faced 149 balls and struck seven fours. His half-century came in 152 minutes off 126 balls and included seven fours.

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip `10-0-40-0, Charles 12-4-35-0, Khan 18-2-44-0, Cariah 11-2-32-4, Rampaul 9-2-21-2.

Starting the day on 316 for eight off 89.1 overs, Trinidad & Tobago were bowled out after the first 35 minutes’ play.

Lendl Simmons topscored with 138 and Jason Mohammed made 121.

Fast bowler Marquino Mindley was the leading wicket-taker with five for 78 off 20 overs.

Today, Anderson Phillip, swinging, was caught and bowled by Mindley for 22 (349-9; 94.5 overs).

And Rampaul was bowled by Mindley for seven (358 all out; 97 overs).

Bryan Charles was not out on 12 from his overnight one.

Yesterday, Joshua DaSilva, pushing forward, was caught at gully by Shamar Springer off Mindley for seven (12-1; 4 overs).

Jeremy Solozano, pushing outside the stump, was caught at the wicket by Tevyn Walcott off Mindley for 12 (36-2; 11.1 overs).

Cariah, cutting, was caught low at cover point by Springer off medium-pacer Kevin Stoute for 15 (69-3; 22.4 overs).

Simmons, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Jones off Stoute (251-4; 61.1 overs).

Denesh Ramdin, flicking, was caught down the leg side by Walcott off fast bowler Chemar Holder for one (271-5; 72 overs).

Mohammed, cutting, was caught at deep point by Nicholas Kirton off Mindley (308-6; 83.2 overs).

Imran Khan, driving, was bowled by medium-pacer Springer for 11 (315-7; 86.5 overs).

And St. Clair, defending, was caught at first slip by Jonathan Carter off Holder for nought (316-8; 89.1 overs).

Simmons batted for 245 minutes, faced 152 balls and struck 16 fours and five sixes. He reached his century in 202 minutes off 120 balls with 13 fours and three sixes. His half-century came in 134 minutes off 75 balls with six fours and one six.

Mohammed was at the crease for 251 minutes, received 206 balls and hit 20 fours. His hundred took 226 minutes off 188 balls and included 15 fours. He got to his fifty in 91 minutes off 71 deliveries including ten fours.

Bowling: Holder 21-2-68-2 (nb5), Mindley 20-4-78-5 (nb1), Stoute 14-4-38-2, Springer 19-2-89-1 (nb3), Nurse 6-1-31-0, Carter 14-1-33-0, Jones 3-0-18-0.

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arbados 186-7 in reply to T&T’s 358 (1st), Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 2, Update 10




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 8 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride were 186 for seven off 65 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs by Trinidad & Tobago Red Force - one hour after tea on the second day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Tevyn Walcott on 20 and Ashley Nurse, 33.

Rashidi Boucher, attempting a whip, was leg before wicket by left-arm pacer Daniel St. Clair for 12 (24-1; 6.2 overs).

Aaron Jones, driving, was caught and bowled by leg-spinner Yannic Cariah for 45 (119-2; 44.1 overs).

Jonathan Carter, padding up, was leg before wicket by Cariah for four (123-3; 45 overs).

Shayne Moseley, playing back, was leg before wicket by Cariah for 56 (126-4; 46.5 overs).

Kevin Stoute, playing across, was leg before wicket by fast bowler Ravi Rampaul for one (126-5; 47.2 overs).

Shamar Springer, also playing across, was leg before wicket by Rampaul for nought (130-6; 50 overs).

And Nicholas Kirton, hitting out, was caught at a straight midwicket by Anderson Phillip off Cariah for nought (130-7; 50.2 overs).

Moseley batted for 182 minutes, faced 149 balls and struck seven fours. His half-century came in 152 minutes off 126 balls and included seven fours.

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 7-0-28-0, Charles 8-3-12-0, Khan 18-2-44-0, Cariah 11-2-32-4, Rampaul 9-2-21-2.

Starting the day on 316 for eight off 89.1 overs, Trinidad & Tobago were bowled out after the first 35 minutes’ play.

Lendl Simmons topscored with 138 and Jason Mohammed made 121.

Fast bowler Marquino Mindley was the leading wicket-taker with five for 78 off 20 overs.

Today, Anderson Phillip, swinging, was caught and bowled by Mindley for 22 (349-9; 94.5 overs).

And Rampaul was bowled by Mindley for seven (358 all out; 97 overs).

Bryan Charles was not out on 12 from his overnight one.

Yesterday, Joshua DaSilva, pushing forward, was caught at gully by Shamar Springer off Mindley for seven (12-1; 4 overs).

Jeremy Solozano, pushing outside the stump, was caught at the wicket by Tevyn Walcott off Mindley for 12 (36-2; 11.1 overs).

Cariah, cutting, was caught low at cover point by Springer off medium-pacer Kevin Stoute for 15 (69-3; 22.4 overs).

Simmons, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Jones off Stoute (251-4; 61.1 overs).

Denesh Ramdin, flicking, was caught down the leg side by Walcott off fast bowler Chemar Holder for one (271-5; 72 overs).

Mohammed, cutting, was caught at deep point by Nicholas Kirton off Mindley (308-6; 83.2 overs).

Imran Khan, driving, was bowled by medium-pacer Springer for 11 (315-7; 86.5 overs).

And St. Clair, defending, was caught at first slip by Jonathan Carter off Holder for nought (316-8; 89.1 overs).

Simmons batted for 245 minutes, faced 152 balls and struck 16 fours and five sixes. He reached his century in 202 minutes off 120 balls with 13 fours and three sixes. His half-century came in 134 minutes off 75 balls with six fours and one six.

Mohammed was at the crease for 251 minutes, received 206 balls and hit 20 fours. His hundred took 226 minutes off 188 balls and included 15 fours. He got to his fifty in 91 minutes off 71 deliveries including ten fours.

Bowling: Holder 21-2-68-2 (nb5), Mindley 20-4-78-5 (nb1), Stoute 14-4-38-2, Springer 19-2-89-1 (nb3), Nurse 6-1-31-0, Carter 14-1-33-0, Jones 3-0-18-0.

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arbados 156-7 in reply to T&T’s 358 (1st), Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 2, Update 9




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 8 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride were 156 for seven off 57 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs by Trinidad & Tobago Red Force - half-an-hour after tea on the second day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Tevyn Walcott on nine and Ashley Nurse, 15.

Rashidi Boucher, attempting a whip, was leg before wicket by left-arm pacer Daniel St. Clair for 12 (24-1; 6.2 overs).

Aaron Jones, driving, was caught and bowled by leg-spinner Yannic Cariah for 45 (119-2; 44.1 overs).

Jonathan Carter, padding up, was leg before wicket by Cariah for four (123-3; 45 overs).

Shayne Moseley, playing back, was leg before wicket by Cariah for 56 (126-4; 46.5 overs).

Kevin Stoute, playing across, was leg before wicket by fast bowler Ravi Rampaul for one (126-5; 47.2 overs).

Shamar Springer, also playing across, was leg before wicket by Rampaul for nought (130-6; 50 overs).

And Nicholas Kirton, hitting out, was caught at a straight midwicket by Anderson Phillip off Cariah for nought (130-7; 50.2 overs).

Moseley batted for 182 minutes, faced 149 balls and struck seven fours. His half-century came in 152 minutes off 126 balls and included seven fours.

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 7-0-28-0, Charles 6-3-7-0, Khan 15-2-36-0, Cariah 10-2-20-4, Rampaul 7-2-16-2.

Starting the day on 316 for eight off 89.1 overs, Trinidad & Tobago were bowled out after the first 35 minutes’ play.

Lendl Simmons topscored with 138 and Jason Mohammed made 121.

Fast bowler Marquino Mindley was the leading wicket-taker with five for 78 off 20 overs.

Today, Anderson Phillip, swinging, was caught and bowled by Mindley for 22 (349-9; 94.5 overs).

And Rampaul was bowled by Mindley for seven (358 all out; 97 overs).

Bryan Charles was not out on 12 from his overnight one.

Yesterday, Joshua DaSilva, pushing forward, was caught at gully by Shamar Springer off Mindley for seven (12-1; 4 overs).

Jeremy Solozano, pushing outside the stump, was caught at the wicket by Tevyn Walcott off Mindley for 12 (36-2; 11.1 overs).

Cariah, cutting, was caught low at cover point by Springer off medium-pacer Kevin Stoute for 15 (69-3; 22.4 overs).

Simmons, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Jones off Stoute (251-4; 61.1 overs).

Denesh Ramdin, flicking, was caught down the leg side by Walcott off fast bowler Chemar Holder for one (271-5; 72 overs).

Mohammed, cutting, was caught at deep point by Nicholas Kirton off Mindley (308-6; 83.2 overs).

Imran Khan, driving, was bowled by medium-pacer Springer for 11 (315-7; 86.5 overs).

And St. Clair, defending, was caught at first slip by Jonathan Carter off Holder for nought (316-8; 89.1 overs).

Simmons batted for 245 minutes, faced 152 balls and struck 16 fours and five sixes. He reached his century in 202 minutes off 120 balls with 13 fours and three sixes. His half-century came in 134 minutes off 75 balls with six fours and one six.

Mohammed was at the crease for 251 minutes, received 206 balls and hit 20 fours. His hundred took 226 minutes off 188 balls and included 15 fours. He got to his fifty in 91 minutes off 71 deliveries including ten fours.

Bowling: Holder 21-2-68-2 (nb5), Mindley 20-4-78-5 (nb1), Stoute 14-4-38-2, Springer 19-2-89-1 (nb3), Nurse 6-1-31-0, Carter 14-1-33-0, Jones 3-0-18-0.

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TEA SCORES

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arbados 130-6 in reply to T&T’s 358 (1st), Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 2, Update 8


TEA

Bridgetown, Barbados, February 8 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride were 130 for six off 50 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs by Trinidad & Tobago Red Force at tea on the second day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

Nicholas Kirton was not out on nought.

Rashidi Boucher, attempting a whip, was leg before wicket by left-arm pacer Daniel St. Clair for 12 (24-1; 6.2 overs).

Aaron Jones, driving, was caught and bowled by leg-spinner Yannic Cariah for 45 (119-2; 44.1 overs).

Jonathan Carter, padding up, was leg before wicket by Cariah for four (123-3; 45 overs).

Shayne Moseley, playing back, was leg before wicket by Cariah for 56 (126-4; 46.5 overs).

Kevin Stoute, playing across, was leg before wicket by fast bowler Ravi Rampaul for one (126-5; 47.2 overs).

And Shamar Springer, also playing across, was leg before wicket by Rampaul for nought (130-6; 50 overs).

Moseley batted for 182 minutes, faced 149 balls and struck seven fours. His half-century came in 152 minutes off 126 balls and included seven fours.

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 7-0-28-0, Charles 6-3-7-0, Khan 15-2-36-0, Cariah 6-2-7-3, Rampaul 4-2-4-2.

Starting the day on 316 for eight off 89.1 overs, Trinidad & Tobago were bowled out after the first 35 minutes’ play.

Lendl Simmons topscored with 138 and Jason Mohammed made 121.

Fast bowler Marquino Mindley was the leading wicket-taker with five for 78 off 20 overs.

Today, Anderson Phillip, swinging, was caught and bowled by Mindley for 22 (349-9; 94.5 overs).

And Rampaul was bowled by Mindley for seven (358 all out; 97 overs).

Bryan Charles was not out on 12 from his overnight one.

Yesterday, Joshua DaSilva, pushing forward, was caught at gully by Shamar Springer off Mindley for seven (12-1; 4 overs).

Jeremy Solozano, pushing outside the stump, was caught at the wicket by Tevyn Walcott off Mindley for 12 (36-2; 11.1 overs).

Cariah, cutting, was caught low at cover point by Springer off medium-pacer Kevin Stoute for 15 (69-3; 22.4 overs).

Simmons, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Jones off Stoute (251-4; 61.1 overs).

Denesh Ramdin, flicking, was caught down the leg side by Walcott off fast bowler Chemar Holder for one (271-5; 72 overs).

Mohammed, cutting, was caught at deep point by Nicholas Kirton off Mindley (308-6; 83.2 overs).

Imran Khan, driving, was bowled by medium-pacer Springer for 11 (315-7; 86.5 overs).

And St. Clair, defending, was caught at first slip by Jonathan Carter off Holder for nought (316-8; 89.1 overs).

Simmons batted for 245 minutes, faced 152 balls and struck 16 fours and five sixes. He reached his century in 202 minutes off 120 balls with 13 fours and three sixes. His half-century came in 134 minutes off 75 balls with six fours and one six.

Mohammed was at the crease for 251 minutes, received 206 balls and hit 20 fours. His hundred took 226 minutes off 188 balls and included 15 fours. He got to his fifty in 91 minutes off 71 deliveries including ten fours.

Bowling: Holder 21-2-68-2 (nb5), Mindley 20-4-78-5 (nb1), Stoute 14-4-38-2, Springer 19-2-89-1 (nb3), Nurse 6-1-31-0, Carter 14-1-33-0, Jones 3-0-18-0.

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arbados 117-1 in reply to T&T’s 358 (1st), Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 2, Update 7




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 8 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride were 117 for one off 43 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs by Trinidad & Tobago Red Force - half-an-hour before tea on the second day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Shayne Moseley on 53 and Aaron Jones, 44.

Moseley’s half-century came in 152 minutes off 126 balls and included seven fours.

Rashidi Boucher, attempting a whip, was leg before wicket by left-arm pacer Daniel St. Clair for 12 (24-1; 6.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 7-0-28-0, Charles 6-3-7-0, Khan 15-2-36-0, Cariah 3-1-2-0.

Starting the day on 316 for eight off 89.1 overs, Trinidad & Tobago were bowled out after the first 35 minutes’ play.

Lendl Simmons topscored with 138 and Jason Mohammed made 121.

Fast bowler Marquino Mindley was the leading wicket-taker with five for 78 off 20 overs.

Today, Anderson Phillip, swinging, was caught and bowled by Mindley for 22 (349-9; 94.5 overs).

And Ravi Rampaul was bowled by Mindley for seven (358 all out; 97 overs).

Bryan Charles was not out on 12 from his overnight one.

Yesterday, Joshua DaSilva, pushing forward, was caught at gully by Shamar Springer off Mindley for seven (12-1; 4 overs).

Jeremy Solozano, pushing outside the stump, was caught at the wicket by Tevyn Walcott off Mindley for 12 (36-2; 11.1 overs).

Yannic Cariah, cutting, was caught low at cover point by Springer off medium-pacer Kevin Stoute for 15 (69-3; 22.4 overs).

Simmons, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Jones off Stoute (251-4; 61.1 overs).

Denesh Ramdin, flicking, was caught down the leg side by Walcott off fast bowler Chemar Holder for one (271-5; 72 overs).

Mohammed, cutting, was caught at deep point by Nicholas Kirton off Mindley (308-6; 83.2 overs).

Imran Khan, driving, was bowled by medium-pacer Springer for 11 (315-7; 86.5 overs).

And St. Clair, defending, was caught at first slip by Jonathan Carter off Holder for nought (316-8; 89.1 overs).

Simmons batted for 245 minutes, faced 152 balls and struck 16 fours and five sixes. He reached his century in 202 minutes off 120 balls with 13 fours and three sixes. His half-century came in 134 minutes off 75 balls with six fours and one six.

Mohammed was at the crease for 251 minutes, received 206 balls and hit 20 fours. His hundred took 226 minutes off 188 balls and included 15 fours. He got to his fifty in 91 minutes off 71 deliveries including ten fours.

Bowling: Holder 21-2-68-2 (nb5), Mindley 20-4-78-5 (nb1), Stoute 14-4-38-2, Springer 19-2-89-1 (nb3), Nurse 6-1-31-0, Carter 14-1-33-0, Jones 3-0-18-0.

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arbados 105-1 in reply to T&T’s 358 (1st), Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 2, Update 6




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 8 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride were 105 for one off 36 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs by Trinidad & Tobago Red Force - one hour after lunch on the second day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Shayne Moseley on 47 and Aaron Jones, 38.

Rashidi Boucher, attempting a whip, was leg before wicket by left-arm pacer Daniel St. Clair for 12 (24-1; 6.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 6-0-25-0, Charles 6-3-7-0, Khan 12-1-29-0.

Starting the day on 316 for eight off 89.1 overs, Trinidad & Tobago were bowled out after the first 35 minutes’ play.

Lendl Simmons topscored with 138 and Jason Mohammed made 121.

Fast bowler Marquino Mindley was the leading wicket-taker with five for 78 off 20 overs.

Today, Anderson Phillip, swinging, was caught and bowled by Mindley for 22 (349-9; 94.5 overs).

And Ravi Rampaul was bowled by Mindley for seven (358 all out; 97 overs).

Bryan Charles was not out on 12 from his overnight one.

Yesterday, Joshua DaSilva, pushing forward, was caught at gully by Shamar Springer off Mindley for seven (12-1; 4 overs).

Jeremy Solozano, pushing outside the stump, was caught at the wicket by Tevyn Walcott off Mindley for 12 (36-2; 11.1 overs).

Yannic Cariah, cutting, was caught low at cover point by Springer off medium-pacer Kevin Stoute for 15 (69-3; 22.4 overs).

Simmons, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Jones off Stoute (251-4; 61.1 overs).

Denesh Ramdin, flicking, was caught down the leg side by Walcott off fast bowler Chemar Holder for one (271-5; 72 overs).

Mohammed, cutting, was caught at deep point by Nicholas Kirton off Mindley (308-6; 83.2 overs).

Imran Khan, driving, was bowled by medium-pacer Springer for 11 (315-7; 86.5 overs).

And St. Clair, defending, was caught at first slip by Jonathan Carter off Holder for nought (316-8; 89.1 overs).

Simmons batted for 245 minutes, faced 152 balls and struck 16 fours and five sixes. He reached his century in 202 minutes off 120 balls with 13 fours and three sixes. His half-century came in 134 minutes off 75 balls with six fours and one six.

Mohammed was at the crease for 251 minutes, received 206 balls and hit 20 fours. His hundred took 226 minutes off 188 balls and included 15 fours. He got to his fifty in 91 minutes off 71 deliveries including ten fours.

Bowling: Holder 21-2-68-2 (nb5), Mindley 20-4-78-5 (nb1), Stoute 14-4-38-2, Springer 19-2-89-1 (nb3), Nurse 6-1-31-0, Carter 14-1-33-0, Jones 3-0-18-0.

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Barbados 76-1 in reply to T&T’s 358 (1st), Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 2, Update 5




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 8 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride were 76 for one off 29 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs by Trinidad & Tobago Red Force - half-an-hour after lunch on the second day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Shayne Moseley on 30 and Aaron Jones, 28.

Rashidi Boucher, attempting a whip, was leg before wicket by left-arm pacer Daniel St. Clair for 12 (24-1; 6.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 10-3-33-1, Phillip 4-0-17-0, Charles 6-3-7-0, Khan 9-1-16-0.

Starting the day on 316 for eight off 89.1 overs, Trinidad & Tobago were bowled out after the first 35 minutes’ play.

Lendl Simmons topscored with 138 and Jason Mohammed made 121.

Fast bowler Marquino Mindley was the leading wicket-taker with five for 78 off 20 overs.

Today, Anderson Phillip, swinging, was caught and bowled by Mindley for 22 (349-9; 94.5 overs).

And Ravi Rampaul was bowled by Mindley for seven (358 all out; 97 overs).

Bryan Charles was not out on 12 from his overnight one.

Yesterday, Joshua DaSilva, pushing forward, was caught at gully by Shamar Springer off Mindley for seven (12-1; 4 overs).

Jeremy Solozano, pushing outside the stump, was caught at the wicket by Tevyn Walcott off Mindley for 12 (36-2; 11.1 overs).

Yannic Cariah, cutting, was caught low at cover point by Springer off medium-pacer Kevin Stoute for 15 (69-3; 22.4 overs).

Simmons, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Jones off Stoute (251-4; 61.1 overs).

Denesh Ramdin, flicking, was caught down the leg side by Walcott off fast bowler Chemar Holder for one (271-5; 72 overs).

Mohammed, cutting, was caught at deep point by Nicholas Kirton off Mindley (308-6; 83.2 overs).

Imran Khan, driving, was bowled by medium-pacer Springer for 11 (315-7; 86.5 overs).

And St. Clair, defending, was caught at first slip by Jonathan Carter off Holder for nought (316-8; 89.1 overs).

Simmons batted for 245 minutes, faced 152 balls and struck 16 fours and five sixes. He reached his century in 202 minutes off 120 balls with 13 fours and three sixes. His half-century came in 134 minutes off 75 balls with six fours and one six.

Mohammed was at the crease for 251 minutes, received 206 balls and hit 20 fours. His hundred took 226 minutes off 188 balls and included 15 fours. He got to his fifty in 91 minutes off 71 deliveries including ten fours.

Bowling: Holder 21-2-68-2 (nb5), Mindley 20-4-78-5 (nb1), Stoute 14-4-38-2, Springer 19-2-89-1 (nb3), Nurse 6-1-31-0, Carter 14-1-33-0, Jones 3-0-18-0.

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LUNCH SCORES


Barbados 62-1 in reply to T&T’s 358 (1st), Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 2, Update 4


LUNCH

Bridgetown, Barbados, February 8 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride were 62 for one off 20 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs by Trinidad & Tobago Red Force at lunch on the second day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Shayne Moseley on 23 and Aaron Jones, 22.

Rashidi Boucher, attempting a whip, was leg before wicket by left-arm pacer Daniel St. Clair for 12 (24-1; 6.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 6-1-26-1, Phillip 4-0-17-0, Charles 6-3-7-0, Khan 4-0-9-0.

Starting the day on 316 for eight off 89.1 overs, Trinidad & Tobago were bowled out after the first 35 minutes’ play.

Lendl Simmons topscored with 138 and Jason Mohammed made 121.

Fast bowler Marquino Mindley was the leading wicket-taker with five for 78 off 20 overs.

Today, Anderson Phillip, swinging, was caught and bowled by Mindley for 22 (349-9; 94.5 overs).

And Ravi Rampaul was bowled by Mindley for seven (358 all out; 97 overs).

Bryan Charles was not out on 12 from his overnight one.

Yesterday, Joshua DaSilva, pushing forward, was caught at gully by Shamar Springer off Mindley for seven (12-1; 4 overs).

Jeremy Solozano, pushing outside the stump, was caught at the wicket by Tevyn Walcott off Mindley for 12 (36-2; 11.1 overs).

Yannic Cariah, cutting, was caught low at cover point by Springer off medium-pacer Kevin Stoute for 15 (69-3; 22.4 overs).

Simmons, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Jones off Stoute (251-4; 61.1 overs).

Denesh Ramdin, flicking, was caught down the leg side by Walcott off fast bowler Chemar Holder for one (271-5; 72 overs).

Mohammed, cutting, was caught at deep point by Nicholas Kirton off Mindley (308-6; 83.2 overs).

Imran Khan, driving, was bowled by medium-pacer Springer for 11 (315-7; 86.5 overs).

And St. Clair, defending, was caught at first slip by Jonathan Carter off Holder for nought (316-8; 89.1 overs).

Simmons batted for 245 minutes, faced 152 balls and struck 16 fours and five sixes. He reached his century in 202 minutes off 120 balls with 13 fours and three sixes. His half-century came in 134 minutes off 75 balls with six fours and one six.

Mohammed was at the crease for 251 minutes, received 206 balls and hit 20 fours. His hundred took 226 minutes off 188 balls and included 15 fours. He got to his fifty in 91 minutes off 71 deliveries including ten fours.

Bowling: Holder 21-2-68-2 (nb5), Mindley 20-4-78-5 (nb1), Stoute 14-4-38-2, Springer 19-2-89-1 (nb3), Nurse 6-1-31-0, Carter 14-1-33-0, Jones 3-0-18-0.

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Barbados 40-1 in reply to T&T’s 358 (1st), Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 2, Update 3




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 8 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride were 40 for one off nine overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs by Trinidad & Tobago Red Force - half-an-hour before lunch on the second day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Shayne Moseley on 21 and Aaron Jones, three.

Rashidi Boucher, attempting a whip, was leg before wicket by left-arm pacer Daniel St. Clair for 12 (24-1; 6.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 5-1-21-1 , Phillip 4-0-17-0.

Starting the day on 316 for eight off 89.1 overs, Trinidad & Tobago were bowled out after the first 35 minutes’ play.

Lendl Simmons topscored with 138 and Jason Mohammed made 121.

Fast bowler Marquino Mindley was the leading wicket-taker with five for 78 off 20 overs.

Today, Anderson Phillip, swinging, was caught and bowled by Mindley for 22 (349-9; 94.5 overs).

And Ravi Rampaul was bowled by Mindley for seven (358 all out; 97 overs).

Bryan Charles was not out on 12 from his overnight one.

Yesterday, Joshua DaSilva, pushing forward, was caught at gully by Shamar Springer off Mindley for seven (12-1; 4 overs).

Jeremy Solozano, pushing outside the stump, was caught at the wicket by Tevyn Walcott off Mindley for 12 (36-2; 11.1 overs).

Yannic Cariah, cutting, was caught low at cover point by Springer off medium-pacer Kevin Stoute for 15 (69-3; 22.4 overs).

Simmons, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Aaron Jones off Stoute (251-4; 61.1 overs).

Denesh Ramdin, flicking, was caught down the leg side by Walcott off fast bowler Chemar Holder for one (271-5; 72 overs).

Mohammed, cutting, was caught at deep point by Nicholas Kirton off Mindley (308-6; 83.2 overs).

Imran Khan, driving, was bowled by medium-pacer Springer for 11 (315-7; 86.5 overs).

And St. Clair, defending, was caught at first slip by Jonathan Carter off Holder for nought (316-8; 89.1 overs).

Simmons batted for 245 minutes, faced 152 balls and struck 16 fours and five sixes. He reached his century in 202 minutes off 120 balls with 13 fours and three sixes. His half-century came in 134 minutes off 75 balls with six fours and one six.

Mohammed was at the crease for 251 minutes, received 206 balls and hit 20 fours. His hundred took 226 minutes off 188 balls and included 15 fours. He got to his fifty in 91 minutes off 71 deliveries including ten fours.

Bowling: Holder 21-2-68-2 (nb5), Mindley 20-4-78-5 (nb1), Stoute 14-4-38-2, Springer 19-2-89-1 (nb3), Nurse 6-1-31-0, Carter 14-1-33-0, Jones 3-0-18-0.

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Barbados 8-0 in reply to T&T’s 358 (1st), Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 2, Update 2




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 8 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride were eight without loss off three overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs by Trinidad & Tobago Red Force after the first hour’s play on the second day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Shayne Moseley on five and Rashidi Boucher, two.

Bowling: St. Clair 2-1-3-0, Phillip 1-0-4-0.

Starting the day on 316 for eight off 89.1 overs, Trinidad & Tobago were bowled out after the first 35 minutes’ play.

Lendl Simmons topscored with 138 and Jason Mohammed made 121.

Fast bowler Marquino Mindley was the leading wicket-taker with five for 78 off 20 overs.

Today, Anderson Phillip, swinging, was caught and bowled by Mindley for 22 (349-9; 94.5 overs).

And Ravi Rampaul was bowled by Mindley for seven (358 all out; 97 overs).

Bryan Charles was not out on 12 from his overnight one.

Yesterday, Joshua DaSilva, pushing forward, was caught at gully by Shamar Springer off Mindley for seven (12-1; 4 overs).

Jeremy Solozano, pushing outside the stump, was caught at the wicket by Tevyn Walcott off Mindley for 12 (36-2; 11.1 overs).

Yannic Cariah, cutting, was caught low at cover point by Springer off medium-pacer Kevin Stoute for 15 (69-3; 22.4 overs).

Simmons, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Aaron Jones off Stoute (251-4; 61.1 overs).

Denesh Ramdin, flicking, was caught down the leg side by Walcott off fast bowler Chemar Holder for one (271-5; 72 overs).

Mohammed, cutting, was caught at deep point by Nicholas Kirton off Mindley (308-6; 83.2 overs).

Imran Khan, driving, was bowled by medium-pacer Springer for 11 (315-7; 86.5 overs).

And Daniel St. Clair, defending, was caught at first slip by Jonathan Carter off Holder for nought (316-8; 89.1 overs).

Simmons batted for 245 minutes, faced 152 balls and struck 16 fours and five sixes. He reached his century in 202 minutes off 120 balls with 13 fours and three sixes. His half-century came in 134 minutes off 75 balls with six fours and one six.

Mohammed was at the crease for 251 minutes, received 206 balls and hit 20 fours. His hundred took 226 minutes off 188 balls and included 15 fours. He got to his fifty in 91 minutes off 71 deliveries including ten fours.

Bowling: Holder 21-2-68-2 (nb5), Mindley 20-4-78-5 (nb1), Stoute 14-3-38-2, Springer 19-2-89-1 (nb3), Nurse 6-1-31-0, Carter 14-1-33-0, Jones 3-0-18-0.

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T&T score 358 (1st) v Barbados, Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 2, Update 1




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 8 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Trinidad & Tobago Red Force, starting the day on 316 for eight off 89.1 overs, were bowled out for 358 off 97 overs in their first innings against Barbados Pride after the first 35 minutes’ play on the second day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

Lendl Simmons topscored with 138 and Jason Mohammed made 121.

Fast bowler Marquino Mindley was the leading wicket-taker with five for 78 off 20 overs.

Today, Anderson Phillip, swinging, was caught and bowled by Mindley for 22 (349-9; 94.5 overs).

And Ravi Rampaul was bowled by Mindley for seven (358 all out; 97 overs).

Bryan Charles was not out on 12 from his overnight one.

Yesterday, Joshua DaSilva, pushing forward, was caught at gully by Shamar Springer off Mindley for seven (12-1; 4 overs).

Jeremy Solozano, pushing outside the stump, was caught at the wicket by Tevyn Walcott off Mindley for 12 (36-2; 11.1 overs).

Yannic Cariah, cutting, was caught low at cover point by Springer off medium-pacer Kevin Stoute for 15 (69-3; 22.4 overs).

Simmons, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Aaron Jones off Stoute (251-4; 61.1 overs).

Denesh Ramdin, flicking, was caught down the leg side by Walcott off fast bowler Chemar Holder for one (271-5; 72 overs).

Mohammed, cutting, was caught at deep point by Nicholas Kirton off Mindley (308-6; 83.2 overs).

Imran Khan, driving, was bowled by medium-pacer Springer for 11 (315-7; 86.5 overs).

And Daniel St. Clair, defending, was caught at first slip by Jonathan Carter off Holder for nought (316-8; 89.1 overs).

Simmons batted for 245 minutes, faced 152 balls and struck 16 fours and five sixes. He reached his century in 202 minutes off 120 balls with 13 fours and three sixes. His half-century came in 134 minutes off 75 balls with six fours and one six.

Mohammed was at the crease for 251 minutes, received 206 balls and hit 20 fours. His hundred took 226 minutes off 188 balls and included 15 fours. He got to his fifty in 91 minutes off 71 deliveries including ten fours.

Bowling: Holder 21-2-68-2 (nb5), Mindley 20-4-78-5 (nb1), Stoute 14-3-38-2, Springer 19-2-89-1 (nb3), Nurse 6-1-31-0, Carter 14-1-33-0, Jones 3-0-18-0.

Document Author bcacricket.org
Date Published 2019-02-08
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