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Date Published: 2019-02-09 

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Barbados 15-0, set 324 to win v T&T, Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 3, Update 12, CLOSE

Bridgetown, Barbados, February 9 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride, set 324 to win, were 15 without loss off five overs against Trinidad & Tobago Red Force at the close of play on the third day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Shayne Moseley on three and Rashidi Boucher, 12.

Bowling: Rampaul 3-1-5-0, Khan 2-0-10-0.

Trinidad & Tobago, with a first innings lead of 76, declared their second innings on 247 for six off 64.4 overs in the post-tea session.

Skipper Denesh Ramdin topscored with 86. He batted for 146 minutes, faced 109 balls and struck five fours and one six after reaching his half-century in 73 minutes off 59 balls with three fours and one six.

Jeremy Solozano, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Chemar Holder off fast bowler Marquino Mindley for nought (0-1; 0.1 overs).

Lendl Simmons, turning down the leg side, was caught by wicket-keeper Tevyn Walcott off pacer Holder for 65 (108-2; 28.5 overs).

Joshua DaSilva, driving, was caught at slip by Jonathan Carter off off-spinner Ashley Nurse for 65 (175-3; 42.4 overs).

Jason Mohammed, sweeping, was leg before wicket by Nurse for nought (175-4; 43 overs).

Yannic Cariah was run out for three (185-5; 47.2 overs).

And Ramdin was caught at midwicket by Boucher off Nurse (247-6; 64.4 overs).

Imran Khan was not out on 25.

Simmons batted for two hours, faced 71 balls and struck seven fours and two sixes. His half-century came in 74 minutes off 51 balls and contained six fours and two sixes.

DaSilva was at the crease for 181 minutes, received 139 balls and hit five fours. He reached his half-century in 152 minutes off 1134 balls with five fours.

Bowling: Mindley 14-1-57-1, Holder 8-1-40-1, Nurse 14.4-0-60-3, Stoute 9-1-19-0, Springer 14-2-47-0, Carter 5-0-20-0.

Starting the day on 238 for seven off 81 overs, Barbados were bowled out for 282 off 96.5 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs. The innings ended 50 minutes before lunch.

Nurse topscored with 75, Walcott made 63 and Shayne Moseley, 56.

Leg-spinner Cariah was the top wicket-taker with five for 59 off 22 overs.

Today, Nurse, cutting, was caught at slip on the second attempt by Bryan Charles off Cariah after resuming on 71 (247-8; 84.1 overs).

Holder, defending, was caught at first slip by Solozano off fast bowler Anderson Phillip for six (277-9; 94.2 overs).

And Walcott, from his overnight 34, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Ravi Rampaul off Phillip (282 all out; 96.5 overs).

Mindley was not out on five.

Nurse batted for 133 minutes, faced 90 balls and struck hree fours and five sixes, while Walcott was at the crease for 188 minutes, received 150 balls and hit four fours.

Yesterday, 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 Cariah for 45 (119-2; 44.1 overs).

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

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 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 St. Clair off Cariah for nought (130-7; 50.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 11.5-0-41-2, Charles 13-4-36-0, Khan 21-2-60-0, Cariah 22-5-59-5, Rampaul 17-2-37-2.

SCORECARD

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 1st innings

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 (overnight 236-7)

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 c Rampaul b Phillip                     63    (188 mins, 150 balls, 4x4)

A. Nurse c Charles b Cariah                          75    (131 mins, 90 balls, 3x4, 5x6)

C. Holder c Solozano b Phillip                          6   (41 mins, 34 balls, 1x4)

M. Mindley not out                                         5   (13 mins, 7 balls, 1x4)

Extras (b5, lb4, nb6)                                    15

TOTAL (all out, 96.5 overs)                          282

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), 8-247 (Nurse, 84.1), 9-277 (Holder, 94.2), 10-282 (Walcott, 96.5).

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1 (nb4), Phillip 11.5-0-41-2, Charles 13-4-36-0, Khan 21-2-60-0, Cariah 22-5-59-5 (nb2), Rampaul 17-2-37-2.

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 2nd innings

J. Solozano c Holder b Mindley                        0     (1 min, 1 ball)

J. DaSilva c Carter b Nurse                            65    (181 mins, 139 balls, 5x4)

L. Simmons c wk Walcott b Holder                 65    (120 mins, 71 balls, 7x4, 2x6)

*+D. Ramdin c Boucher b Nurse                    86    (146 mins, 109 balls, 5x4, 1x6)

J. Mohammed lbw b Nurse                              0    (1 min, 2 balls)

Y. Cariah run out (Boucher)                            3    (17 mins, 9 balls)

I. Khan not out                                            25   (66 mins, 58 balls)

Extras (b2, nb1)                                            3

TOTAL (6 wks declared, 64.4 overs)              247

Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Solozano, 0.1 ov), 2-108 (Simmons, 28.5), 3-175 (DaSilva, 42.4), 4-175 (Mohammed, 43), 5-185 (Cariah, 47.2), 6-247 (Ramdin, 64.4).

Bowling: Mindley 14-1-57-1, Holder 8-1-40-1, Nurse 14.4-0-62-3 (nb1), Stoute 9-1-19-0, Springer 14-2-47-0, Carter 5-0-20-0.

BARBADOS PRIDE 2nd innings

S. Moseley not out                                         3    (18 mins, 14 balls)

R. Boucher not out                                       12    (18 mins, 16 balls, 3x4)

Extras                                                           0

TOTAL (no wk, 5 overs)                                15

Bowling: Rampaul 3-1-5-0, Khan 2-0-10-0.

Toss: Trinidad & Tobago Red Force.

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

Match referee: Stephen Proverbs.

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T&T 247-6 dec. (2nd), set Barbados 324 to win, Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 3, Update 11




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 9 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Trinidad & Tobago Red Force, with a first innings lead of 76, declared their second innings on 247 for six off 64.4 overs in the post-tea session against Barbados Pride on the third day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

Barbados require 324 to win.

Skipper Denesh Ramdin topscored in the Trinidad & Tobago second innings with 86. He batted for 146 minutes, faced 109 balls and struck five fours and one six after reaching his half-century in 73 minutes off 59 balls with three fours and one six.

Jeremy Solozano, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Chemar Holder off fast bowler Marquino Mindley for nought (0-1; 0.1 overs).

Lendl Simmons, turning down the leg side, was caught by wicket-keeper Tevyn Walcott off pacer Holder for 65 (108-2; 28.5 overs).

Joshua DaSilva, driving, was caught at slip by Jonathan Carter off off-spinner Ashley Nurse for 65 (175-3; 42.4 overs).

Jason Mohammed, sweeping, was leg before wicket by Nurse for nought (175-4; 43 overs).

Yannic Cariah was run out for three (185-5; 47.2 overs).

And Ramdin was caught at midwicket by Rashidi Boucher off Nurse (247-6; 64.4 overs).

Imran Khan was not out on 25.

Simmons batted for two hours, faced 71 balls and struck seven fours and two sixes. His half-century came in 74 minutes off 51 balls and contained six fours and two sixes.

DaSilva was at the crease for 181 minutes, received 139 balls and hit five fours. He reached his half-century in 152 minutes off 1134 balls with five fours.

Bowling: Mindley 14-1-57-1, Holder 8-1-40-1, Nurse 14.4-0-60-3, Stoute 9-1-19-0, Springer 14-2-47-0, Carter 5-0-20-0.

Starting the day on 238 for seven off 81 overs, Barbados were bowled out for 282 off 96.5 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs. The innings ended 50 minutes before lunch.

Nurse topscored with 75, Walcott made 63 and Shayne Moseley, 56.

Leg-spinner Cariah was the top wicket-taker with five for 59 off 22 overs.

Today, Nurse, cutting, was caught at slip on the second attempt by Bryan Charles off Cariah after resuming on 71 (247-8; 84.1 overs).

Holder, defending, was caught at first slip by Solozano off fast bowler Anderson Phillip for six (277-9; 94.2 overs).

And Walcott, from his overnight 34, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Ravi Rampaul off Phillip (282 all out; 96.5 overs).

Mindley was not out on five.

Nurse batted for 133 minutes, faced 90 balls and struck hree fours and five sixes, while Walcott was at the crease for 188 minutes, received 150 balls and hit four fours.

Yesterday, 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 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 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 St. Clair off Cariah for nought (130-7; 50.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 11.5-0-41-2, Charles 13-4-36-0, Khan 21-2-60-0, Cariah 22-5-59-5, Rampaul 17-2-37-2.

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T&T 213-5 (2nd), lead overall by 289 v Barbados, Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 3, Update 10




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 9 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Trinidad & Tobago Red Force, with a first innings lead of 76, were 213 for five off 54 overs in their second innings - an overall lead of 289 against Barbados Pride - one hour after tea on the third day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Denesh Ramdin on 68 and Imran Khan,  10.

Ramdin got to his half-century in 73 minutes off 59 balls with three fours and one six.

Jeremy Solozano, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Chemar Holder off fast bowler Marquino Mindley for nought (0-1; 0.1 overs).

Lendl Simmons, turning down the leg side, was caught by wicket-keeper Tevyn Walcott off pacer Holder for 65 (108-2; 28.5 overs).

Joshua DaSilva, driving, was caught at slip by Jonathan Carter off off-spinner Ashley Nurse for 65 (175-3; 42.4 overs).

Jason Mohammed, sweeping, was leg before wicket by Nurse for nought (175-4; 43 overs).

And Yannic Cariah was run out for three (185-5; 47.2 overs).

Simmons batted for two hours, faced 71 balls and struck seven fours and two sixes. His half-century came in 74 minutes off 51 balls and contained six fours and two sixes.

DaSilva was at the crease for 181 minutes, received 139 balls and hit five fours. He reached his half-century in 152 minutes off 1134 balls with five fours.

Bowling: Mindley 10-1-43-1, Holder 8-1-40-1, Nurse 9-0-45-2, Stoute 9-1-19-0, Springer 14-2-47-0, Carter 4-0–170.

Starting the day on 238 for seven off 81 overs, Barbados were bowled out for 282 off 96.5 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs. The innings ended 50 minutes before lunch.

Nurse topscored with 75, Walcott made 63 and Shayne Moseley, 56.

Leg-spinner Cariah was the top wicket-taker with five for 59 off 22 overs.

Today, Nurse, cutting, was caught at slip on the second attempt by Bryan Charles off Cariah after resuming on 71 (247-8; 84.1 overs).

Holder, defending, was caught at first slip by Solozano off fast bowler Anderson Phillip for six (277-9; 94.2 overs).

And Walcott, from his overnight 34, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Ravi Rampaul off Phillip (282 all out; 96.5 overs).

Mindley was not out on five.

Nurse batted for 133 minutes, faced 90 balls and struck hree fours and five sixes, while Walcott was at the crease for 188 minutes, received 150 balls and hit four fours.

Yesterday, 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 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 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 St. Clair off Cariah for nought (130-7; 50.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 11.5-0-41-2, Charles 13-4-36-0, Khan 21-2-60-0, Cariah 22-5-59-5, Rampaul 17-2-37-2.

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T&T 179-4(2nd), lead overall by 255 v Barbados, Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 3, Update 9




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 9 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Trinidad & Tobago Red Force, with a first innings lead of 76, were 179 for four off 45 overs in their second innings - an overall lead of 255 against Barbados Pride - half-an-hour after tea on the third day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Denesh Ramdin on 47 and Yannic Cariah, nought.

Jeremy Solozano, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Chemar Holder off fast bowler Marquino Mindley for nought (0-1; 0.1 overs).

Lendl Simmons, turning down the leg side, was caught by wicket-keeper Tevyn Walcott off pacer Holder for 65 (108-2; 28.5 overs).

Joshua DaSilva, driving, was caught at slip by Jonathan Carter off off-spinner Ashley Nurse for 65 (175-3; 42.4 overs).

And Jason Mohammed, sweeping, was leg before wicket by Nurse for nought (175-4; 43 overs).

Simmons batted for two hours, faced 71 balls and struck seven fours and two sixes. His half-century came in 74 minutes off 51 balls and contained six fours and two sixes.

DaSilva was at the crease for 181 minutes, received 139 balls and hit five fours. He reached his half-century in 152 minutes off 1134 balls with five fours.

Bowling: Mindley 9-1-41-1, Holder 7-1-31-1, Nurse 5-0–322, Stoute 9-1-19-0, Springer 11-2-37-0, Carter 4-0–170.

Starting the day on 238 for seven off 81 overs, Barbados were bowled out for 282 off 96.5 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs. The innings ended 50 minutes before lunch.

Nurse topscored with 75, Walcott made 63 and Shayne Moseley, 56.

Leg-spinner Cariah was the top wicket-taker with five for 59 off 22 overs.

Today, Nurse, cutting, was caught at slip on the second attempt by Bryan Charles off Cariah after resuming on 71 (247-8; 84.1 overs).

Holder, defending, was caught at first slip by Solozano off fast bowler Anderson Phillip for six (277-9; 94.2 overs).

And Walcott, from his overnight 34, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Ravi Rampaul off Phillip (282 all out; 96.5 overs).

Mindley was not out on five.

Nurse batted for 133 minutes, faced 90 balls and struck hree fours and five sixes, while Walcott was at the crease for 188 minutes, received 150 balls and hit four fours.

Yesterday, 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 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 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 St. Clair off Cariah for nought (130-7; 50.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 11.5-0-41-2, Charles 13-4-36-0, Khan 21-2-60-0, Cariah 22-5-59-5, Rampaul 17-2-37-2.

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T&T 150-2 (2nd), lead overall by 226 v Barbados, Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 3, Update 8


TEA

Bridgetown, Barbados, February 9 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Trinidad & Tobago Red Force, with a first innings lead of 76, were 150 for two off 37 overs in their second innings - an overall lead of 226 against Barbados Pride - at tea on the third day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Joshua DaSilva on 53 and Denesh Ramdin, 31.

Jeremy Solozano, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Chemar Holder off fast bowler Marquino Mindley for nought (0-1; 0.1 overs).

And Lendl Simmons, turning down the leg side, was caught by wicket-keeper Tevyn Walcott off pacer Holder for 65 (108-2; 28.5 overs).

DaSilva reached his half-century in 152 minutes off 1134 balls with five fours.

Simmons batted for two hours, faced 71 balls and struck seven fours and two sixes. His half-century came in 74 minutes off 51 balls and contained six fours and two sixes.

Bowling: Mindley 9-1-41-1, Holder 7-1-31-1, Nurse 3-0-24-0, Stoute 9-1-19-0, Springer 8-2-31-0, Carter 1-0-3-0.

Starting the day on 238 for seven off 81 overs, Barbados were bowled out for 282 off 96.5 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs. The innings ended 50 minutes before lunch.

Ashley Nurse topscored with 75, Walcott made 63 and Shayne Moseley, 56.

Leg-spinner Yannic Cariah was the top wicket-taker with five for 59 off 22 overs.

Today, Nurse, cutting, was caught at slip on the second attempt by Bryan Charles off Cariah after resuming on 71 (247-8; 84.1 overs).

Holder, defending, was caught at first slip by Solozano off fast bowler Anderson Phillip for six (277-9; 94.2 overs).

And Walcott, from his overnight 34, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Ravi Rampaul off Phillip (282 all out; 96.5 overs).

Mindley was not out on five.

Nurse batted for 133 minutes, faced 90 balls and struck hree fours and five sixes, while Walcott was at the crease for 188 minutes, received 150 balls and hit four fours.

Yesterday, 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 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 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 St. Clair off Cariah for nought (130-7; 50.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 11.5-0-41-2, Charles 13-4-36-0, Khan 21-2-60-0, Cariah 22-5-59-5, Rampaul 17-2-37-2.

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T&T 117-2 (2nd), lead overall by 193 v Barbados, Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 3, Update 7




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 9 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Trinidad & Tobago Red Force, with a first innings lead of 76, were 117 for two off 31 overs in their second innings - an overall lead of 193 against Barbados Pride - half-an-hour before tea on the third day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Joshua DaSilva on 44 and Denesh Ramdin, seven.

Jeremy Solozano, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Chemar Holder off fast bowler Marquino Mindley for nought (0-1; 0.1 overs).

And Lendl Simmons, turning down the leg side, was caught by wicket-keeper Tevyn Walcott off pacer Holder for 65 (108-2; 28.5 overs).

Simmons batted for two hours, faced 71 balls and struck seven fours and two sixes. His half-century came in 74 minutes off 51 balls and contained six fours and two sixes.

Bowling: Mindley 7-1-25-1, Holder 5-1-23-1, Nurse 3-0-24-0, Stoute 9-1-19-0, Springer 7-2-25-0.

Starting the day on 238 for seven off 81 overs, Barbados were bowled out for 282 off 96.5 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs. The innings ended 50 minutes before lunch.

Ashley Nurse topscored with 75, Walcott made 63 and Shayne Moseley, 56.

Leg-spinner Yannic Cariah was the top wicket-taker with five for 59 off 22 overs.

Today, Nurse, cutting, was caught at slip on the second attempt by Bryan Charles off Cariah after resuming on 71 (247-8; 84.1 overs).

Holder, defending, was caught at first slip by Solozano off fast bowler Anderson Phillip for six (277-9; 94.2 overs).

And Walcott, from his overnight 34, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Ravi Rampaul off Phillip (282 all out; 96.5 overs).

Mindley was not out on five.

Nurse batted for 133 minutes, faced 90 balls and struck hree fours and five sixes, while Walcott was at the crease for 188 minutes, received 150 balls and hit four fours.

Yesterday, 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 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 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 St. Clair off Cariah for nought (130-7; 50.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 11.5-0-41-2, Charles 13-4-36-0, Khan 21-2-60-0, Cariah 22-5-59-5, Rampaul 17-2-37-2.

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T&T 91-1 (2nd), lead overall by 167 v Barbados, Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 3, Update 6




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 9 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Trinidad & Tobago Red Force, with a first innings lead of 76, were 91 for one off 25 overs in their second innings - an overall lead of 167 against Barbados Pride - one hour after lunch on the third day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Joshua DaSilva on 29 and Lendl Simmons, 61.

Simmons’ half-century came in 74 minutes off 51 balls and contained six fours and two sixes.

Jeremy Solozano, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Chemar Holder off fast bowler Marquino Mindley for nought (0-1; 0.1 overs).

Bowling: Mindley 5-2-14-1, Holder 2-0-13-0, Nurse 3-0-24-0, Stoute 8-1-14-0, Springer 7-2-25-0.

Starting the day on 238 for seven off 81 overs, Barbados were bowled out for 282 off 96.5 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs. The innings ended 50 minutes before lunch.

Ashley Nurse topscored with 75, Tevyn Walcott made 63 and Shayne Moseley, 56.

Leg-spinner Yannic Cariah was the top wicket-taker with five for 59 off 22 overs.

Today, Nurse, cutting, was caught at slip on the second attempt by Bryan Charles off Cariah after resuming on 71 (247-8; 84.1 overs).

Chemar Holder, defending, was caught at first slip by Solozano off fast bowler Anderson Phillip for six (277-9; 94.2 overs).

And Walcott, from his overnight 34, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Ravi Rampaul off Phillip (282 all out; 96.5 overs).

Mindley was not out on five.

Nurse batted for 133 minutes, faced 90 balls and struck hree fours and five sixes, while Walcott was at the crease for 188 minutes, received 150 balls and hit four fours.

Yesterday, 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 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 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 St. Clair off Cariah for nought (130-7; 50.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 11.5-0-41-2, Charles 13-4-36-0, Khan 21-2-60-0, Cariah 22-5-59-5, Rampaul 17-2-37-2.

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T&T 68-1 (2nd), lead overall by 144 v Barbados, Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 3, Update 5




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 9 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Trinidad & Tobago Red Force, with a first innings lead of 76, were 68 for one off 18 overs in their second innings - an overall lead of 144 against Barbados Pride - half-an-hour after lunch on the third day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Joshua DaSilva on 20 and Lendl Simmons, 48.

Jeremy Solozano, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Chemar Holder off fast bowler Marquino Mindley for nought (0-1; 0.1 overs).

Bowling: Mindley 5-2-14-1, Holder 2-0-13-0, Nurse 3-0-24-0, Stoute 4-0-7-0, Springer 4-2-10-0.

Starting the day on 238 for seven off 81 overs, Barbados were bowled out for 282 off 96.5 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs. The innings ended 50 minutes before lunch.

Ashley Nurse topscored with 75, Tevyn Walcott made 63 and Shayne Moseley, 56.

Leg-spinner Yannic Cariah was the top wicket-taker with five for 59 off 22 overs.

Today, Nurse, cutting, was caught at slip on the second attempt by Bryan Charles off Cariah after resuming on 71 (247-8; 84.1 overs).

Chemar Holder, defending, was caught at first slip by Solozano off fast bowler Anderson Phillip for six (277-9; 94.2 overs).

And Walcott, from his overnight 34, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Ravi Rampaul off Phillip (282 all out; 96.5 overs).

Mindley was not out on five.

Nurse batted for 133 minutes, faced 90 balls and struck hree fours and five sixes, while Walcott was at the crease for 188 minutes, received 150 balls and hit four fours.

Yesterday, 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 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 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 St. Clair off Cariah for nought (130-7; 50.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 11.5-0-41-2, Charles 13-4-36-0, Khan 21-2-60-0, Cariah 22-5-59-5, Rampaul 17-2-37-2.

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LUNCH SCORES


T&T 51-1 (2nd), lead overall by 127 v Barbados, Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 3, Update 4


LUNCH

Bridgetown, Barbados, February 9 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Trinidad & Tobago Red Force, with a first innings lead of 76, were 51 for one off ten overs in their second innings - an overall lead of 127 - against Barbados Pride at lunch on the third day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Joshua DaSilva on 12 and Lendl Simmons, 39.

Jeremy Solozano, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Chemar Holder off fast bowler Marquino Mindley for nought (0-1; 0.1 overs).

Bowling: Mindley 5-2-14-1, Holder 2-0-13-0, Nurse 3-0-24-0.

Starting the day on 238 for seven off 81 overs, Barbados were bowled out for 282 off 96.5 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs. The innings ended 50 minutes before lunch.

Ashley Nurse topscored with 75, Tevyn Walcott made 63 and Shayne Moseley, 56.

Leg-spinner Yannic Cariah was the top wicket-taker with five for 59 off 22 overs.

Today, Nurse, cutting, was caught at slip on the second attempt by Bryan Charles off Cariah after resuming on 71 (247-8; 84.1 overs).

Chemar Holder, defending, was caught at first slip by Solozano off fast bowler Anderson Phillip for six (277-9; 94.2 overs).

And Walcott, from his overnight 34, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Ravi Rampaul off Phillip (282 all out; 96.5 overs).

Mindley was not out on five.

Nurse batted for 133 minutes, faced 90 balls and struck hree fours and five sixes, while Walcott was at the crease for 188 minutes, received 150 balls and hit four fours.

Yesterday, 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 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 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 St. Clair off Cariah for nought (130-7; 50.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 11.5-0-41-2, Charles 13-4-36-0, Khan 21-2-60-0, Cariah 22-5-59-5, Rampaul 17-2-37-2.

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Barba

dos score 282 in reply to T&T’s 358 (1st), Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 3, Update 3




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 9 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride, starting the day on 238 for seven off 81 overs, were bowled out for 282 off 96.5 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs by Trinidad & Tobago Red Force - 50 minutes before lunch on the third day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

Ashley Nurse topscored with 75, Tevyn Walcott made 63 and Shayne Moseley 56.

Leg-spinner Yannic Cariah was the top wicket-taker with five for 59 off 22 overs.

Today, Nurse, cutting, was caught at slip on the second attempt by Bryan Charles off Cariah after resuming on 71 (247-8; 84.1 overs).

Chemar Holder, defending, was caught at first slip by Jeremy Solozano off fast bowler Anderson Phillip for six (277-9; 94.2 overs).

And Walcott, from his overnight 34, hooking, was caught at fine-leg by Ravi Rampaul off Phillip (282 all out; 96.5 overs).

Marquino Mindley was not out on five.

Nurse batted for 133 minutes, faced 90 balls and struck hree fours and five sixes, while Walcott was at the crease for 188 minutes, received 150 balls and hit four fours.

Yesterday, 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 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 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 St. Clair off Cariah for nought (130-7; 50.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 11.5-0-41-2, Charles 13-4-36-0, Khan 21-2-60-0, Cariah 22-5-59-5, Rampaul 17-2-37-2.

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B

arbados 282-9 in reply to T&T’s 358 (1st), Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 3, Update 2




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 9 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride, starting the day on 238 for seven off 81 overs, were 282 for nine off 96 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs by Trinidad & Tobago Red Force following the first hour’s play on the third day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Tevyn Walcott on 63 from his overnight 34 and Marquino Mindley, five.

Walcott reached his half-century in 165 minutes off 131 balls with two fours.

Today, Ashley Nurse, cutting, was caught at slip on the second attempt by Bryan Charles off leg-spinner Yannic Cariah for 75 after resuming on 71 (247-8; 84.1 overs).

And Chemar Holder, defending, was caught at first slip by Jeremy Solozano off fast bowler Anderson Phillip for six (277-9; 94.2 overs).

Nurse batted for 133 minutes, faced 90 balls and hit three fours and five sixes.

Yesterday, 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 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 St. Clair off Cariah for nought (130-7; 50.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 11-0-41-1, Charles 13-4-36-0, Khan 21-2-60-0, Cariah 22-5-59-5, Rampaul 17-2-37-2.

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B

arbados 258-8 in reply to T&T’s 358 (1st), Regional 1st-class, Round 7, Day 3, Update 1




Bridgetown, Barbados, February 9 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Barbados Pride, starting the day on 238 for seven off 81 overs, were 252 for eight off 88 overs in reply to a first innings total of 358 all out off 97 overs by Trinidad & Tobago Red Force following the first half-an-hour’s play on the third day of Round 7 in the regional first-class Championship at Kensington Oval today.

The not out batsmen were Tevyn Walcott on 44 from his overnight 34 and Chemar Holder, nought.

Today, Ashley Nurse, cutting, was caught at slip on the second attempt by Bryan Charles off leg-spinner Yannic Cariah for 75 after resuming on 71 (247-8; 84.1 overs).

Nurse batted for 133 minutes, face 90 balls and hit three fours and five sixes.

Yesterday, 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 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 St. Clair off Cariah for nought (130-7; 50.2 overs).

Bowling: St. Clair 12-4-40-1, Phillip 10-0-40-0, Charles 13-4-36-0, Khan 18-2-44-0, Cariah 19-5-50-5, Rampaul 16-2-33-2.

Document Author bcacricket.org
Date Published 2019-02-09
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