RYAN HINDS has etched his name in the record books of Barbados cricket again.
The 29-year-old national captain became the highest run-scorer for Barbados in regional first-class competitions on the second day of theWiCB four-day match against Trinidad and Tobago at Guaracara Park in south Trinidad on Saturday.
Appearing in his 72nd match at this level, Hinds made 94 and when he reached 55, surpassed Philo Wallace’s aggregate of 4 926 runs that were made in 77 matches and elevated him to the top of the run-scoring list among Barbadian batmen.
“It means a lot to me. It is something that when I leave my playing days I can say that l left a mark in the history of Barbados’ cricket,” Hinds said.
His effort helped Barbados to a first innings total of 395 and at stumps the home team responded with 55 for one. (HG)
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