HEADLINE: Walton’s stoke-filled 121 fails to stop England win

link CaribbeanCricket.com Joined: Mar 6, 2003
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2/26/17 7:20:59 AM 

BASSETERRE, St Kitts, (CMC) – Captain Chadwick Walton struck his second List A hundred three in three outings but it was not enough to prevent the UWI Vice Chancellor’s XI from crashing to a 117-run defeat to England here Saturday.
The 31-year-old, who gathered a career-best 117 against Trinidad and Tobago Red Force just ten days ago during the Regional Super50, improved on that effort with a stroke-filled 121 off 109 deliveries as the Vice Chancellor’s XI were bowled out for 262 in the 40th over.
Youth World Cup hero, Shimron Hetmyer, stroked 40 and Cassius Burton, 25, but Walton lacked real support and the innings collapsed late on.

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link Yadi Joined: Dec 26, 2003
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2/26/17 9:10:34 AM 
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I was thinking that the T&T bowling

was too weak ... but he prove me

wrong.

link Slipfeeler Joined: Dec 22, 2015
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2/26/17 9:17:39 AM 
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Critics are talking about his low average but failed to mention that this is his 2nd List A century from only 3 such outings. With these guys the glass is always half-empty for others, while half-full for their players. Walton without doubt is a high calibre, agressive top order or middle order batsman.

link granite Joined: Nov 1, 2013
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2/26/17 11:42:32 AM 
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He appears to be a choice for tests,and isn't he a keeper.

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