L Richardson 4* A Richards Jr 10*
Cariah 43* Emrit 33 Tonge 2 Peters 2 Martin 2 Louis 2 Taylor 2
Louis 34* Saunders 34 Richards Jr 34 . Khan 4 Emrit 2
PCL Round 2, Day 1, Roundup.
Fri, Nov 21, '14
Gabriel, Khan give Red Force 1st day honours
The Trinidad and Tobago Red Force took command of their second round Professional Cricket League four-day match against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes thanks to some late strikes by pacer Shannon Gabriel and leg-spinner Imran Khan which saw the hosts slip from 87 for three at lunch to 133 for six when bad light ended play at Warner Park in St Kitts yesterday.
Only 55 overs were possible yesterday and the rain stayed away for the better part of the morning session as the Red Force won the toss and elected to bowl first.
The visitors made one change to the team, which held the Barbados Pride to a draw in the previous round, with Nicholas Pooran coming into the starting line-up, replacing opening batsman Evin Lewis who has a slight injury.
This was mainly due to Narsingh Deonarine’s unbeaten 79 and Shivnarine Chanderpaul’s unbeaten 26, the duo adding 59 runs for their unbroken fourth wicket partnership to date, while Mervin Matthews with his 1 for 14 is the best bowler for the visitors so far.
Rain washes out first day of Barbados-Jamaica PCL match
Bridgetown, Barbados, November 21 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Heavy, consistent rain washed out play on the opening day of the second round WICB Professional Cricket League first-class match between Barbados Pride and Jamaica at the Windward Club ground, Lucas Street, St. Philip here today
St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board’s Selection Committee today named Assad Fudadin to the West Indies Test tour to South Africa.
Darren Bravo, who had been offered a contract for the series, wrote to the Chairman of Selectors, Clive Lloyd, and citing personal reasons, requested that he not be considered for selection for the Test series. The 29 year old Fudadin has been named to replace Bravo.
A left handed batsman from Guyana, Fudadin played 3 Tests in 2012 against England and New Zealand.
In addition, the Selection Panel has requested that fast bowler Sheldon Cottrell play for Jamaica in the third round of the Professional Cricket League in order that the selectors have an opportunity to evaluate his match readiness.
Cottrell will therefore not depart the Caribbean with the rest of the squad for South Africa on November 30th.
Cottrell, a left arm fast bowler from Jamaica, recently returned from the West Indies A Team tour of Sri Lanka with a hamstring injury.
Barbados Pride just cannot seem to escape the rain.
Last weekend, they watched helplessly as the adverse weather ruined their first round game in the WICB Professional Cricket League against Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, wrecking their chances of grabbing an outright win in Port of Spain.
And if Barbados thought a return to familiar conditions would bring a change of fortune, their hopes were quickly dashed yesterday as a trough system moved across the island dumping heavy rains.
WITH one eye on the weather, points leaders Guyana Jaguars take on Windwards Volcanoes in the second round of their West Indies Cricket Board/Professional Cricket League Regional 4-Day contest, which bowls off at the Guyana National Stadium from 09:30hrs today.The Guyanese have 17 points, following their innings and 10 runs victory over the Leeward Islands inside three days, when the two sides met in the first round at the same venue last week, but what will be of concern to their coach Esuan Crandon and his team of assistants is the catching.
Batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan has withdrawn from the Trinidad & Tobago squad for the Professional Cricket League four-day competition due to personal reasons and will return to Guyana. Sarwan was T&T's overseas pick during the player draft organised in October and was one of the players who was not selected by his territorial squad of Guyana.
Sarwan had missed T&T's opening game against Barbados last week and was expected to sit out the second-round match against Leeward Islands, which starts on November 21. The Trinidad & Tobago Cricket Board has said it will consider options regarding Sarwan's replacement and hoped that the batsman will return to the team for the one-day competition.
West Indies cricket legends set to visit South Florida for friendly match
Fri, Nov 21, '14
A who’s who of West Indies cricket luminaries will visit South Florida in January to participate in a friendly match and charity banquet.
Former West Indies cricket star Lawrence Rowe – a South Florida resident for 30 years – is one of the organizers of the event, which will feature legends such as Brian Lara, Sir Garfield Sobers, Lance Gibbs, Clive Lloyd, Andy Roberts, Gordon Greenidge and Courtney Walsh.