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Barbados on back foot

HAYDN GILL, haydngill@nationnews.com

Added 29 July 2016


BARBADOS ARE FACING an uphill battle to secure first innings points in their regional Under-19 cricket match against Trinidad and Tobago in St Vincent.

Playing at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex, Barbados ended the second day of their three-day match on 171 for six in reply to Trinidad and Tobago’s 371.

Shian Brathwaite was the mainstay of Barbados’ response with an innings of 72.

Leniko Boucher bagged five-wicket haul for Barbados and there were also two wickets apiece for West Indies Under-19 fast bowler Chemar Holder and Dominic Drakes. 

Summarised scores:

Trinidad and Tobago 371 (Kirstan Kallicharan 110, Bryan Boodram 88, Cephas Cooper 59, Dejourn Charles 51; Leniko Boucher 5-66, Chemar Holder 2-85, Dominic Drakes 2-79). Barbados 171-6 (Shian Brathwaite 72, Yvan Grant 22, Leniko Boucher 20; Jonathan Bootan 3-43, Bryan Boodram 2-38). (HG)


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